The next stage in the life of a doctor, the new one that can cure the illness and possibly the patient, is almost here.
In India, doctors who are still working in a field they are passionate about are finding that it is very difficult to get the new doctors and they can be fired at any time.
For many of these doctors, the last step in getting a new career is to retire.
But that has become a reality in some parts of the country, and it is changing.
And so a doctor is not the only one being told that he or she can retire.
The same is true of nurses, social workers, doctors, and even some engineers.
As the number of doctors in India has grown over the years, the number and quality of doctors has been increasing too.
But as more and more people turn to nursing, the numbers are decreasing.
This trend is a major reason behind the rapid growth of the number, quality and salary of doctors.
The new trend is the rise of online doctors and hospitals.
According to data from the National Health Insurance Organisation, the total number of new doctors is increasing at a rate of around 10 per cent per year, compared to a growth rate of about 5 per cent during the same period in 2014-15.
According to the World Health Organization, India is the third most expensive country in the world to practise medicine.
But it has also become the fastest growing medical centre in the entire world, with the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) taking the lead in terms of enrollment.
There are more than 10 lakh Indian doctors in their early 20s in the country.
But there is one group of doctors who has not changed much in recent years.
Many of them are still at the same level they were when they started their practice and continue to be the same today.
The next generationDoctors in the field of medicine, which are still around and continue practising, are also being asked to retire, or if they want to remain active, to do some training.
The current generation doctors in this field are in their 30s and 40s, but in some areas, they are in the 40s or 50s, so the age range is different.
The reason for this is not only because of the work they do, but also the pressure they put on themselves.
In fact, it is a big issue that is affecting the quality of the practice.
According a recent survey done by a hospital in Mumbai, 70 per cent of doctors said that they feel under pressure to deliver results and keep improving.
This is something that is very hard for doctors to face in the current environment.
Dr. Anup K. Saini, a retired paediatrician, told The Times that doctors need to keep their eyes on the future and the work is important.
“It is difficult for a doctor to get back into the practice when his or her focus is on delivering the results of the current year,” he said.
Dr Sainidh Chatterjee, who is a professor of medicine at the Indian Institute of Technology, says the problem of ageing is one that the country faces.
“The reason is that we have to get more people in the workforce.
That means, we have an ageing population, which means the numbers of doctors need a lot of attention,” he explained.
Dr K.P. Srinivasan, a professor at the University of Oxford, who studies ageing in healthcare, agrees that the current doctors are in a difficult position.
“If you look at the average age of the population, the proportion of doctors is still about 25 per cent.
But in terms the number in practice, that is about 45 per cent,” he told The Huffington Post India.
“So it is an age profile that is changing and this is the key issue,” he added.
The problem of lack of trainingThe lack of experience in the practice is one of the biggest issues facing doctors in the Indian healthcare sector.
According the 2016 Global Skills Report, a survey of nearly 150,000 healthcare professionals, almost 70 per a percentage point, the majority of doctors had no medical degree.
“We are looking for people who have completed a postgraduate qualification and who can train in an accredited medical school,” said Dr Sainiyat Chakraborty, director of the Centre for Global Medical Education.
“This is a critical issue because we are trying to address the shortage of medical graduates in India,” he adds.
As more and, more people seek to enter the profession, the need for training has grown.
According in the 2016 survey, more than 45 per a percent of doctors were planning to become doctors.
And yet, in most areas of the healthcare sector, the amount of training available is limited.
The number of physicians training in the US is around one per cent, while in India, it can be as high as 40 per cent according to data provided by the Indian Council of