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nnnnn it's the world's biggest exporter of doctors but in his medical system is troubled and a reuters investigative report shows just how much more than one out of every six medical schools has been accused of cheating official records show that some schools allegedly brought in fake patients and doctors to pose as full time faculty when government inspectors were scheduled for a visit writers anti mccaskill in new delhi catholic decades , it's no longer the case , there have been a series of , i profile scandals involving , against doctors in the last year i'm one of the problems , large number of low quality don't , the impact is being felt abroad in the u. k. between two thousand eight and two thousand fourteen indian train doctors were four times more likely to lose their right to practice than british trained doctors part of the problem is that india has a massive shortage of doctors about two decades ago in the early nineties it didn't have the money to build more medical schools i have relaxed the rules which allowed more private operates is to set up medical colleges now many of these were backed by politicians of businessmen with little experience of running medical colleges meanwhile the government regulator itself is also under fire last year the health minister accused the medical council of india of being an obstacle and a big source of corruption