File status report: HC to secretary medical education
VACANT POSTS IN GMC ASSOCIATED HOSPITALS
D A RASHID
Srinagar, Dec 15: Jammu and Kashmir High Court has asked the Secretary Medical Education department to file the status report with regard to the posts of medicos and paramedics lying vacant in Government Medical College Associated hospitals in Srinagar.
Earlier in an affidavit in-charge medical superintendent Psychiatric Diseases Hospital, Dr Shabir Ahmad had stated that the total sanctioned strength of the teaching staff was 26 posts in the Psychiatric department. However, 14 posts are lying vacant as per both the status reports, he had stated.
He had stated that in respect of paramedical staff 3 posts are lying vacant and likewise 18 posts in the newly created staff in the year 2010 were still lying vacant.
The court had said it was necessary to fill up the posts of professors, associate professors, lecturer Psychiatry, Registrar Psychiatric to meet the huge rush of patients in the hospital.
The court had directed the Secretary Health and Medical Education department to fill up all the posts lying vacant in the hospital saying if the requisition has been already sent to the Public Service Commission and Services Selection Board, then the selection agencies should complete the process in six weeks.
The court also directed the SSB authorities to file a status report about the paramedical posts which were referred to it for selection and subsequent appointment in Government Medical College and its associated hospitals.
The court directed the Principal GMC to file a report disclosing the number of candidates who were selected and appointed in the associated hospitals of Medical College.
The court asked the Principal to file status report with regard to fourteen multipurpose attendants in Psychiatry hospital. Besides it, the court sought status report regarding class -1V category posts in the associated hospitals of GMC.
The court also asked the government to file status report indicating whether 91 posts which were created in Drug and Food Control Organization on September 19, 2007 have been filed up by the government.
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