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Sunday, September 23, 2007

Minister Launches Web Site for TNGDA

Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Sunday, Sep 23, 2007

MADURAI: The State Government would announce a voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) for doctors working in government hospitals early next year, K.K.S.S.R. Ramachandran, Health Minister, said here on Saturday.
“We are not against giving VRS to doctors. That is not possible immediately because the vacancies in Government hospitals in the State have to be filled first,” he said. The Minister was responding to the request made in this regard by the Tamil Nadu Government Doctors’ Association (TNGDA) at the inauguration of its 11th State conference. He said the Government was in the process of appointing 650 doctors which would be completed by February next year “and after that VRS will be allowed for government doctors.”
The Minister launched the website of TNGDA

1 comment:

  1. sir,this is about success of our strike call.many of us think that we cold have got more from our government.medicos succeeded by pressurising the govt.we shold learn from our medical students.there are rumours that office bearers got some personal settlements.tngda must clarify on this issue.


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