Sunday, August 30, 2009

'Advanced dental treatment needed'

BANGALORE: Advanced dental treatment should be made available to common persons, said home minister V S Acharya on Saturday while inaugurating the
diamond jubilee celebrations of the Dental Council of India (DCI). "People in rural areas need dental healthcare at affordable prices," Acharya added. RGUHS V-C S Ramanand Shetty said the government is reluctant to start dental colleges. "Even after 50 years since Independence, we got a second dental college only last year," Shetty added. DCI president Anil Kohli said youths should strive to become teachers in dental colleges. "Teachers need to publish more research papers too."
(News: TOI)

Dental Council of India observes Diamond Jubilee, to focus on high quality education

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