An aspiring doctor can start his career with just a few years of medical training and become a trained HCL medical officer within a year of completing his training.
This is the first in a series of articles on becoming a trained doctor within the Hcl training institutes.HCL Medical Officer training centres are located at all hospitals in the country, including government hospitals.
The centres have been designed to enable doctors to become doctors within a very short period of time.
However, the institutes have faced the same issues as other hospitals and medical schools in India.
They have faced lack of staff, lack of infrastructure, lack.
training, lack resources and a lack of capacity.
Dr Harsh Varma, founder and chairman of the Medical Council of India (MCI) says, “The training centres have limited capacity and capacity for medical education is limited.
This training is only offered to those who are certified as qualified in the medical field.”
Dr Varma adds, “There is a shortage of medical graduates in India and this has made it difficult to provide training to the medical graduates.
We have to be more aggressive and ambitious.
We are taking on the challenge of training to ensure that every Indian can become a medical doctor.”
The training institutions are currently in the process of reorganising.
They will be rebranded as the HCCI and HCL Training Institutes.
The HCL will focus on training and training will start on March 1, 2018.
The institutes will have a new logo, the Medical College, Hospital, Institute of Medical Sciences and Training Institute.
Dr Varmas first idea to create a HCL Medical officer training centreDr Vavarma was part of the first group of doctors that went to HCL for training in the 1990s.
He was a medical student at the Institute of Medicine of India.
He then went on to become the first doctor from the HCTI Medical College Hospital in Bengaluru to become an HCL doctor.
Dr Varma says, I came up with the idea of a medical officer training facility.
It was a good idea and I got some people involved.
We were able to get the first batch of medical officers training centre.
In the past 10 years, we have increased the capacity from about 150 to 300 and we have also brought in an additional team.
I am happy that the capacity has increased by 20 per cent.
We had an overall turnover of Rs 1.8 lakh in the last financial year.