Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Jamnagar Bhavnagar Medical College News Gujarat India

Govt revokes decision to de-register 40 docs.

The state Health Department has decided to cancel the de-registration of over 40 resident doctors (members of the Gujarat Association of Resident Doctors).

The medicos’ registration was cancelled following non-compliance with the state government’s directive to resume duty with immediate effect.

The doctors had resorted to a strike over low stipend.

The Health Department decision to cancel the deregistration has come a month after the medicos’ strike was called off.

Twenty-six resident doctors from NHL Municipal College, Ahmedabad, six from B J Medical College, Ahmedabad and eight from Jamnagar and Bhavnagar medical colleges had faced the wrath of the state Health Department.

The medicos had gone on strike from July 21July over the issues of hike in stipend, working hours and living conditions. The strike continued till August 3 when the state government gave a written assurance to the core committee of GARD that all the concerns of the resident doctors will be taken care of.

The medicos had agreed to call off the strike following the government’s assurance of hastening up of the decision on the stipend and restoration of the registration of the medicos de-registered earlier.

The state Health Department has now decided to revert back the cancellation of registration in case of 32 of the 40 doctors. Six out of the total 40 resident doctors whose registration was cancelled are from the Civil Hospital of the B J Medical College, Ahmedabad.

Dr P D Makkad, the Director of Post Graduate Studies (Gujarat University), said, “The de-registration of the residents at the BJMC has been reverted this week and the intimation has been sent to the college.”

All the de-registrations of the resident doctors of the NHL College have been reversed two weeks back. The NHL College had recorded the highest number of de-registrations.

NHL College Dean Dr Pankaj Patel said: “The de-registration of all the 26 resident doctors from our medical college has been reverted by August-end.” Meanwhile, the restoration of registration of the remaining eight resident doctors is in the process. The state government confirmed that the remaining registrations would be restored as well.

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