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Medical teachers of GMC, associate hospitals hold meeting
12/13/2017 10:46:57 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 13: A general body meeting of medical teachers of Government Medical College and Associate hospitals was in Medical College Hospital premises, which was attended by 60 members of MTA. Threadbare discussions were held regarding issues pertaining to Medical Teachers as well as patient care. Better working conditions were demanded for better patient care in the premier medical institution. Adhocism in selecting Principal GMC Jammu since 2012 onwards was condemned. Rectification in pay-anomalies of Lecturers to Professors and HODs was also demanded. It was requested to make pay of Medical Teachers at par with the GMCs of neighboring states. A representation in this regard stands submitted to Principal Secretary H&ME. Issue of promotion of faculty members pending with administrative department was also discussed. It was also discussed not to support age proposal enhancement of faculty to 65 years. As far as elections of MTA for 2017-19 are concerned it was brought into the notice of GBM by Prof. Bali and other members that in the month of October 2017, failure on the part of outgoing MTA to conduct elections of the body in February 2017 compelled 50 life members of these MTA to give a notice for GBM. Failure on the part of outgoing MTA to call for GBM, again compelled medical teachers to move a no confidence motion against outgoing body and 72 Medical Teachers signed the same (much more than 15% of total strength required to do so). The Medical Teachers present in the meeting in a unanimous voice concurred the No Confidence Motion already moved earlier. Prof. S.K. Bali was authorized to frame a Joint Action Committee to hold next elections of the MTA. Prof. Zahid Gillani, Prof. Tariq Azad, Prof. Dinesh Gupta, Prof. Sunil Sachdev, Prof. S.L.Kachroo, Prof. Suleeman Choudhary proposed to nominate Prof. K.K. Koul, (HOD-Pathology) as returning officer and the same was conveyed to Prof. Koul, to which he consented. He was requested to hold MTA Elections as per MTA Constitution just after winter vacations of faculty are over on 13th January 2018.
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