MFA meets G A Peer, raises various issues
Srinagar, July 18: The executive body of Medical Faculty Association of Government Medical College and Government Dental College here met the commissioner secretary Health and Medical Education, G A Peer and submitted a memorandum, highlighting their demands.
In a statement, MFA general secretary, Dr Sajad Majid Qazi said, the members were led by their president, Dr Nazir Ahmad Salroo who apprised the commissioner secretary about the issues confronting GMC/GDC Srinagar, its associated hospitals and faculty.
“The Association conveyed displeasure on the government decision to constitute the panel to decide on common seniority for two Government Medical Colleges of the state,” he said adding, other major issues including stagnation of faculty members,
implementation of current MCI norms for faculty positions/promotions and service, amendments of 1979 recruitment rules, merger of NPA with basic pay in favour of non practicing faculty members, benefits of cumulative service, revising time bound promotion scheme, policy of deputations for attending conferences and policy of appointment of medical superintendents were also discussed.
G A Peer, Dr Qazi said, was informed that as a result of stagnation and denial of benefits of cumulative service, majority of faculty members were deprived of the benefits as against their counterparts in Health Department and this too despite having to teach and do research in addition to providing expert care and treatment to the patients.
MFA urged G A peer to streamline the process of holding Departmental Promotion Committee (DPC) meeting at regular specified intervals and to fix promotions with notional and retrospective effect, he said.
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