Petition to email@example.com , Medical, Health and Family Welfare, Rajasthan, GOVERNMENT OF RAJASTHAN, Dr.Raghu Sharma, Dr.Subhash Garg
Inclusion of service days till 31/08/2021 for in-service neet-pg 2021 aspirants
With Respect, According to the order no 194 dated 24/08/21, in-service candidates appearing for NEET- PG are required to submit the application for in-service quota uptil 15/09/21. According to this letter, the service will be counted uptil 30/04/21,and the exam is being conducted on 11/09/2021.During this period i.e. from 30/04/21 to 11/09/21, we all in-service doctors have and will be serving the state.We,the in-service doctors, have continuously and tirelessly worked during the stressful Covid times, for which we deserve the in-service quota for the duration we have served the state. Therefore, we all request you to extend the in-service days atleast till 31/08/21 or till the date, state merit list is announced. -Inservice NEET PG aspirants
Petition to Health Minister, Foreign universities, UGC, Politicians, Students, PhD fellows, AIIMS, NMC India
NMC new TEQ regulations & Medical MSc postgraduates and PhD fellows life in India
Sub: Request for reconsideration and deletion of orders of appointment of Msc non-medical teachers to 15 % as published in Public notice issued with No.NMC/MCi-23(1)2021-Med/ National Medical commission (Post Graduate Medical Education Board) dated 18.11.2021 Draft Teachers Eligibility and Minimum Qualification in Medical Institutions Regulations,2021,placed on NMC website on 5.10.2021 & schedule-II Staff Requirements point no. 5 of the NMC document displayed in NMC website,India and consideration of continuation of appointments of Non medical teachers I.e., 30%/50%(Anatomy,Physiology,Biochemistry,Microbiology &Pharmacology) printed and followed in Gazettes since 1956- September 2020 / increase from 30%/50% to higher percentage according to Indian Medical act -Regarding Ref: 1.Public notice issued with No.NMC/MCi-23(1)2021-Med/ National Medical commission (Post Graduate Medical Education Board) dated 18.11.2021 Draft Teachers Eligibility and Minimum Qualification in Medical Institutions Regulations,2021,placed on NMC website on 5.10.2021to be finalized and being published in Official Gazette2..Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan ji statements regarding Ph.D qualification which is NOT required for teaching at UG level. Only those who wish to pursue or guide research & for further promotions, Ph.D should be made necessary till the post of Assistant professor. 3.Public notice issued with No.NMC/MCi-34(41)/UGMEB-Med./2020/123666 National Medical commission (Under Graduate Medical Board) dated 28.10.2020 stating Establishment of Medical college Regulations, (Amendment), 2020” have been finalized and being published in Official Gazette.4..Document published and circulating in NMC website dated 28.10.20205.Ref. no. MCI-12(1)-2015-TEQ/107843 dated 19-05-2015, A circular form MOH&FW No. V.11013-02-2017;MEP dated 27-05,-2019 to all principal secretaries of health/Medical education all states/UTI.6.Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family welfare Loksabha, Unstarred question number; 2009 Answered on 21-12-2018 Medical council of India stated, the provision to appoint persons with MSc Qualification as Non Medical Teachers in five non clinical departments-non medical approved MSc qualification shall be sufficient qualification for appointment as an Assistant Professor in the subject concern - (strictly violated now)**. 7.RocNo:Mci-7(9)SG/2019-Med dated 13.02.2020 BOG-MCI offering equal opportunities for Examinership to MscMsc/PhD qualification in preclinical subjects at par with MD8.confirmation of eligibility for the post of Assistant professor to Msc medical teacher No.MCI-12(1)/2015-TEQ/121167 dated 10.07.2015 **************** With due respect, this is to bring to your kind notice and perusal that National Medical Commission is introduced by the Indian government replacing MCI and BOG-MCI for drastic changes in Health & Medical family welfare team of India. Under this NMC acts as a overarching body which is framed for creation of policies and coordinate activities of four autonomous boards for a progressive legislation ensuring probity, quality education and providing wider access to people for quality health care. ** I would like to bring to your kind notice that, a false impression is being created towards MSc non-Medical course which started in Indian Medical Institutions act and its affiliated Govt. and private Universities, Since 1956’ and around 10,000 or more MSc non-medical teachers in the preclinical subjects graduated, which were included since the first schedule of Indian Medical Council Act, initially they were postgraduate courses for the doctors. Since there were no takers, they were offered to non-doctors (MSc non-Medical).** Offer equal Job opportunities, for MSc Non-Medical teachers as per the eligibility and qualification criteria for the non-medical teachers specified in schedule 1 clause 2 of MCI’s Teacher Eligibility Qualification Guidelines till 2020 (i.e., in MCI & BOG-MCI). Now the same is transformed from 30% / 50% to 15 % as published in schedule-II Staff Requirements point no. 5 of the NMC document displayed in NMC website, India which has been finalized and being published in Official Gazette (REF2). ** Based on the representation received from General secretary, All India Pre & Para clinical Medicos Association(AIPCMA), Chopasani Housing board, Jodhpur Rajasthan dated 07/02/2018 with R.No.OC2/2018/44 dated 16.2.2018 agenda is prepared and the Board of governors considered the report of subcommittee of MCI along with representations from AIPCMA and cancelled the proposal of omission of Rule 2 from schedule of Minimum qualifications for Teachers in Medical Institutions for Teachers in Medical institution Regulations 1998 and said that they cannot be acceded. ** MSc Non-medical teachers till now continuing in Departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry. Microbiology and Pharmacology graduated with Basic sciences and underwent entrance Exams and topped for joining in above mentioned courses whose Eligibility criteria were created and mentioned by Indian Medical act since 1956 and is been accepted by parliament since decades with existing regulation about 30% / 50% till the arrival of NMC bill which is the livelihood of thousands of non-medical teachers. ** The transition of speaking order from Secretary – NMC i.e., the document available in the NMC website with Ref 3 published in official Gazette reduced the appointment of MSc Non-medical teachers from 30% / 50% to 15 % only in departments of Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry and there is no mention of Microbiology and Pharmacology departments as published in schedule-II Staff Requirements point no. 5 which is a serious threat to the MSC Non-medical teachers and their families who lose their employment and livelihood due to the unanimous biased decisions ** Instead of providing opportunities, growth, dignity, safeguarding our job insecurity, discrimination, underpaid, denied employment or overwork in the Medical colleges, NMC with out considering facts reduced MSc Non-Medical teachers to 15%.** Recently Honble Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan ji said that Phd degree is not required to become a Assistant Professor and clearly stated that Phd is mandatory for posts of Associate and professor level and they rectified the present order Ref 2 ** BOG-MCI clearly noticed the discrimination towards Msc/PhD qualification and immediately released Gazette by advising and offering equal opportunities for providing Examinership to Msc/PhD qualification in preclinical subjects at par with MD Ref7 ** As per the request seeking clarification from MCI regarding qualification and the confirmation of eligibility for the post of Assistant professor to Msc medical teacher No.MCI-12(1)/2015-TEQ/121167 dated 10.07.2015 clearly stated that Msc medical degree with experience itself is enough for the post of Assistant professor. Ref8 ** Kindly make our appointment and weightage compulsory and not optional. Sincerely requesting NMC to also maintain nation wide data registry for MSc Non-Medical Post-Graduates/ teachers as of Doctors and finally humbly reminding and requesting you to observe that we are awarded Msc Medical degrees( Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry,Microbiology& pharmacology) under FACULTY OF MODERN MEDICINE in all recognised universities with three years course .
Postponement of MBBS RS4 and RS3 Exams held on 3rd February 2023 by RGUHS
Students faced problem in studies due to shortening of the academic year from 12 months to 9 months suddenly. The completion of portions in our college was really to fast . We really need a minimum time to study the main subjects like pharmacology, pathology, microbiology, community medicine, General medicine, Pediatrics, OBG, Surgery. So we need extra time study as academic duration is disturbed please postpone MBBS RS3 and RS4 examination held on January 23rd 2023. We request Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and Minister of Medical Education to kindly postpone exams and to understand the grievances of the students
AIIMS For Bagalkote
We are happy that Government of India have sanctioned AIIMS to Karnataka, for this we are grateful. But the location of such an important institution plays an important role in the health improvement of the state. Bagalkote district is located in the central part of North Karnataka, Bagalkot is an ideal place to set up AIIMS as it is conducive to the people of the surrounding 20 district within a radius of 250kms. Bagalkote district is inundated, the people of the district are deprived of education and medical facilities and have to migrate to other distant cities for better treatment and employment. As it is very necessary to provide justice to the poor victims of the district and the backward part of North Karnataka, we are m requesting Government to sanction AIIMS Medical Institute for Bagalkote district. Kindly Join with us..! Sign the petition, and help us to reach out Government of India.
Petition to The Chief Justice, La. Ganeshan
Support Joint Platform of Doctors in its fight against WBMC Election malpractice
Petition: In search of Justice The West Bengal Medical Council Election 2022 has recently concluded. A group of doctors, supported by a large section of the medical fraternity of the state with a determination to stage protest & hence wanted to usher a change in the so far corrupt practices of the council run by the representatives of the political party in power in West Bengal. Thus, the JOINT PLATFORM OF DOCTORS (JPD), West Bengal vowed to fight this election in an honest way so that the people of the state in general & the registered medical practitioners get a transparent, virtuous, non-corrupt and a professionally managed state medical council. With this sole objective in their mind JPD, backed by thousands of doctor colleagues like you, went on to fight the elections. Never did we expect in the wildest nightmare that the so-called election was just a stage-manged sham! Right from the deposition of fake ballots in bulk by a henchman of the President of the Ad-Hoc Committee of WBMC (an MLA himself) & a political strongman (caught on video), the disappearance of the name of JPD candidate, Dr. Arjun Dasgupta in thousands of ballots, the obnoxious unscrupulous insider hand in putting an extra cross in those ballots those were in JPD’s favour & thus making them invalid, with active connivance of the Returning Officer causing frequent, unilateral disruption in the previously declared uninterrupted counting, thus, halting it midway, just to buy time for those insiders (who were following orders of their political masters) to manipulate ballots, to the state & party controlled Principals & MSVPs brow-beating medical teachers to handover unsigned ballots to them, it was an epic of unlimited electoral malpractices! Yes, we've indeed already filed three Writ Petitions at High Court at Kolkata. but, colleagues, as you all know justice takes its own time, but we know you all & as well as us who fought it out is running out of patience since we've now seen that those same old faces of the erstwhile WBMC are back in the Council through backdoor along with the new members, majority of who have been members the Ad-hoc Council, formed to ensure fair and transparent election, by the High Court, but instead choose to be players as well as umpires! We all want the change to happen sooner than later. Yes, we want our voices to be heard. We want a scream & not just a whimper of a protest! Yes, we're still looking forward and striving for that change and hence, let's all of us sign this open petition to show His Excellency the Governor of WB, the Hon'ble Chief Justice of Kolkata HC, that we indeed we had the numbers with us. That yes, we still want a fair, transparent, democratically elected WBMC under uninterrupted CCTV coverage & supervision of a Court appointed independent observer. Let's now sign & pledge our uninhibited unlimited support for Joint Platform of Doctors, who were simply robbed off their well-deserved victory! YES OUR & YOUR SUPPORT DOES MATTER!! SATYAMEVA JAYATE
B.A.M.S (an Ayurveda Graduate) is not a Paramedic, but a Doctor
National Insurance Company Limited, A Govt of India undertaking company put an advertisement in news papers to recruit Medical officers n Paramedics. The qualification they quoted for paramedics are BAMS/BHMS, which is not only wrong but downgrading the status of an Ayurved Graduate. BAMS is a graduate level full time course n equal to all medical degrees are being awarded in India. We condemn this act of downgrading of the status of a BAMS degree holder. Please make correction and change it immediately.