MFA thank ministers, bureaucrats
Srinagar, Mar 27: Medical Faculty Association (MFA) of Government Medical College Srinagar have thanked Medical Education Minister R S Chib his deputy Javaid Ahmad Dar member Public Service Commission, Khazir Muhammad Wani, Commissioner Secretary Health and Medical Education, G A Peer, Additional Secretary, Jatinder Gupta and Principal/Dean GMC Srinagar, Prof Qazi Masood Ahmad for conducting DPC in favour of 67 faculty members of the college.
In the DPC 34 faculty members have been promoted to higher faculty posts of professors and associate professors at the GMC.
The MFA General Secretary Dr Sajad Qazi in a statement appreciated the hard work done by the officials of Commissioner Secretary Health and Medical Education and the GMC in compiling the pre requisites for the DPC.
“MFA hopes that the Government will also address its other long pending demands which include implementation of current MCI norms, extending benefits of cumulative services and merging of NPA with basic pay in favour of its non practicing faculty members,” he demanded.
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