Addressing the Foundation of a Profession for Fostering New Hope - Dentistry in India!

Prem Anand Prabhakaran


Choosing an institution for pursuing higher education in dentistry has become a hectic job now due to the availability of a hand full of colleges in India; from which the choice of sifting out the best, for an inexperienced person will be confusing & effortful. While investing huge amount of personal endeavors to compete with the hidden curriculums & to maintain a steady financial state, there are going to be plenty of hurdles to deal with under the pressure of course completion, if the choice is not the right one. Once you come out, the chances of getting a job is almost nil at institutional levels & it's not going to be the dream job that once you aspired for, irrespective of the institute, where you completed the graduation !

Keywords: commercialization in health education, ruinous competitions, toxic personalities, hidden curriculums, unacceptable professional behavior, dental education system in India.

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/10-12-03

Publication date: April 30th 2019

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