Healthcare facilities have grown substantially over the years. In 1950 there were only _____ hospitals in India. In 1991, there were 11,174 hospitals. In 2000, the number grew to _____
B is the correct option.Healthcare facilities have grown substantially over the years. In 1950, there were only 2,717 hospitals in India. In 1991, there were 11,174 hospitals. In 2000, the number grew to 18,218.
India gets a large number of medical tourists from many countries
India is known for its medical tourism as majority of people visit the country for its best quality doctors and services.
____ of all children in India do not get adequate food to eat and are undernourished.
PBKMS organisation work for
PBKMS work in which state
According to UNICEF, more than ____ children die every year in India from preventable infections
D is the correct option.Despite this considerable progress, improving child survival remains a matter of struggle.According to UNICEF, more than two million children die every year in India from preventable infections
According to our Constitution, it is the primary duty of the government to ensure
In a study it was reported the ____ per cent of people who are admitted to a hospital for some illness or injury have to borrow money or sell some of their possessions to pay for the expenses
Costa Rican government believes that a country has
The Costa Rican government believes that a country has to be healthy for its development and pays a lot of attention to the health of its people. The Costa Rican government provides basic services and amenities to all Costa Ricans. For example, it provides safe drinking water, sanitation, nutrition and housing. Health education is also considered very important and knowledge about health is an essential part of education at all levels.
This refers to foreigners who come to this country specifically for medical treatment at hospitals that offer world?class facilities at a lower cost than what they would have to pay in their own countries.
Medical tourists: This refers to foreigners who come to this country specifically for medical treatment at hospitals that offer world–class facilities at a lower cost than what they would have to pay in their own countries.
This is where people are first brought in and treated in a hospital without being admitted to any special ward
___ refers to the provision of health facilities from door to door by health workers in rural areas
The correct option is Option D.
Mobile Clinics refers to the provision of health facilities from door to door by health workers in rural areas. Mobile clinics are customized vehicles that travel to the heart of communities, both urban and rural, and provide prevention and healthcare services where people work, live, and play. They overcome barriers of time, money, and trust, and provide community-tailored care to vulnerable populations.
______ elected by the people. They then become members of the legislative assembly
From each constituency the people elect one representative who then becomes an MLA.
Every state in India has a Legislative Assembly Each state is divided into
The state of Himachal Pradesh is divided into ___ assembly constituencies
A political party whose MLAs have won more than half the number of constituencies in a state can be said to be in a
MLAs are elected by the people. They represent people. Each state in India has a legislative assembly. Each state is divided into different areas called constituencies. From each constituency the people elect one representative who then becomes an MLA. These MLAs belong to different parties. A political party whose MLAs have won more than half the number of constituencies can be said to be in a majority. The political party that has majority is called the ruling party. All other parties are called the opposition.
Governor appointed by the ____ to ensure that the State Government works within the rules and regulations of the Constitution
A _____ is a place where all the MLAs, whether from the ruling party or from the opposition meet to discuss various things.
Which of the following is false regarding the Policy of Kerala government towards health services
40 percent budget is transfer to Panchayat. so, options A is correct.
Government? refers to
the government has various departments and a the different ministers incharge of it.