On many important issues in the KGMU Executive Council meeting.
Three new courses are going to be conducted in KGMU i.e. King George Medical University. Along with this, preparations are being made to open Panchakarma center in the medical university. Apart from this, 115 paramedical staff and staff will be recruited in the radiotherapy department. On similar important issues, consensus was reached in the executive council meeting of the university on Friday. The matter related to the same Pediatric Surgery Department seems to be stuck and at present there is no solution to the matter.
Two diploma and one certificate course will be started
Three new courses will be conducted in KGMU. There will be two diploma and one certificate courses. Certificate course on plaster of children will be started in Pediatric Orthopedic Department. The duration of the Pediatric Plaster Technician course is three months. In this, 12th pass students can apply. Admission will be done on the basis of 12th class merit and interview. After the completion of three months of studies, there will be an MCQ based exam of 100 marks. You will also have to pass the practical exam. After that the certificate will be given. The fee for this course has been fixed at Rs 10,000. On Friday, the KGMU Executive Council agreed on these issues.
Diploma courses will also run
Diploma in Audio and Speech Therapy Technician and Diploma in Orthopedic and Plaster Technician courses will be run in Paramedical Faculty. For admission to these courses, one has to apply to the State Medical Faculty. This course will be of two years duration. Maximum 30-30 students will get admission in both the courses. The work council has also stamped on the honorarium and new recruitment policy to trained nurses.
115 posts will be recruited
Cancer patients will get better treatment in the radiotherapy department. According to spokesperson Dr. Sudhir Singh, 115 posts will be recruited. This includes the posts of Nurse, Technician, Support Staff etc. Its draft will be sent to the government.
Panchakarma center will open
Panchkarma center will start in KGMU. For this, the Executive Council has decided to send the proposal to the Ministry of AYUSH. The Executive Council has taken this decision on the proposal of Prof. Sandeep Tiwari, Superintendent of Trauma Center and Head of Department of Trauma Surgery. A separate building will be ready for Panchakarma Center.