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India attained Independence from British Raj on 15th August 1947. Britishers ruled some parts of India for over 300 years although northern India was under their umpire for just over 100 years. Credit must be given to the Englishmen for creating the Health structure in India by establishing rural dispensaries, Tehsil and District Hospitals, in addition to some of Medical Schools and Colleges in the country. But they did not encourage Postgraduate Education in Medicine in India. Some of the medical graduates went to U.K. for postgraduate training and passed the Membership (in medicine MRCP) and Fellowship (in surgery-FRCS) from the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Surgeons and returned to India as specialists. Website :

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