Colour blind pupils should be allowed to study medicine
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Two years after two students were barred from taking admission in medicine on account of colour blindness approached the Supreme Court, a medical experts committee has concluded that students who are colour blind should be allowed to study medicine. The committee set up by SC that included two ophthalmologists, a geneticist, a psychiatrist and a physiologist, came to the conclusion that the present restriction was not justifiable and pointed out that even Japan, one of the few nations that barred such students, had lifted the bar over a decade back. In 2004, MCI had recommended that people with such handicap would not be able to perform their duty as a doctor and hence barred them from studying medicine. But a three-year old visual deficiency report had recommended that colour visual deficiency should not be a bar to study medicine. It was the view of the committee that if the recommendations of that report had been implemented, this situation has arisen...


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Dr. R●●●●e S●●h
Dr. R●●●●e S●●h Orthopaedics
Of course they should be allowed to study medicine.
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Dr. B●●●●●●●●l N●●k
Dr. B●●●●●●●●l N●●k Ophthalmology
If is partially color blind no problems other wise non surgical speciality is preferable.
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Dr. B●●●●●●●a K●●●r
Dr. B●●●●●●●a K●●●r Internal Medicine
State government and Central government don' t hire colour blind Doctors... this ban/restrictions should be lifted...
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