Private Medical Colleges Market in India 2015
Netscribes’ latest market research report titled Private Medical Colleges Market in India 2015 states that the demand for private medical colleges in the country is increasing due to a number of factors like increased student population, medical as a popular career option and many more. Private medical colleges being an indispensable part of service industry continues to show a positive demand over the years. Currently these colleges have outgrown the number of government medical colleges both in terms of volume and intake capacities in various parts of the country. The reasons driving the growth of private medical colleges in India are lack of medical seats in government medical colleges, need of doctors and medical professionals in the country, increased passion amidst the students to become a medical professional and a lucrative career in the long run. However, despite of immense opportunities, this sector holds a lot of challenges due to high academic fees, inappropriate quality of education and its uneven distribution across the country.
The government plays an important and a favorable role, thus boosting and encouraging private players to enter into this sector. Government regulatory bodies have been formed to monitor proper education in the medical colleges. With newer trends emerging in this sector we are moving towards a transparent approach that focuses on quality by adopting to various curriculum innovations that are in par with the industry standards. Newer student assessment techniques have been adopted by the colleges to keep the students motivated. The emphasis is now laid on Continuing Medical Education (CME) in the medical colleges across all parts of the country. The future holds a lot of opportunities for emerging players in the above sector. Thus it is expected that the country will produce more number of private medical colleges in future.
Slide 1: Executive SummaryMacroeconomic IndicatorsSlide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Dec 2014 – Apr 2015)Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Feb 2014 – Jul 2014), Exchange Rate: Monthly (Dec 2014 – May 2015)Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15), Trade Balance: Annual (2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15), FDI: Annual (2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14)IntroductionSlide 5: Evolution of Public Health ServicesMarket OverviewSlide 6: Increasing medical colleges and intake capacity – Overview, Medical Colleges in India (Government and Private; 2004, 2014), Intake Capacity of Medical Colleges in India (Government and Private; 2004, 2014)Slide 7: Regional distribution and intake capacity for FY 2014 – Overview, Region-wise Institutions in Government and Private Medical Colleges - India (2014), Region-wise Intake Capacity in Government and Private Medical Colleges - India (2014)Slide 8: Medical colleges in various states and Union Territories of the country – Overview, States and Union Territories with more number of medical colleges than required, States and Union Territories falling shortage of medical colleges than requiredSlide 9: Allopathic doctors registered with State Medical Councils, 2013 – OverviewSlide 10: Less than 5 doctors registered per million populationSlide 11: With 5 – 10 doctors registered per million populationSlide 12: Rankings of Medical Colleges– SummarySlide 13-14: Top 25 Medical Colleges Ranking – 2014Drivers & ChallengesSlide 15: Drivers and Challenges – SummarySlide 16-19: DriversSlide 20-22: ChallengesGovernment RegulationsSlide 23-35: Government Regulations Slide 36: Government Regulatory Bodies – SummarySlide 37-40: Government Regulatory Medical BodiesTrendsSlide 41: Trends – SummarySlide 42-44: TrendsCompetitive LandscapeSlide 45: Porter’s Five Forces AnalysisSlide 46-75: Major Private medical collegesStrategic RecommendationSlide 76-78: Key RecommendationsAppendixSlide 79: Key Ratios DescriptionSlide 80: Sources of Information
- Executive Summary