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Monday, January 8, 2007

Contractual appointments not necessary: doctors association


Contractual appointments not necessary: doctors association

Special Correspondent

SALEM: The Tamil Nadu Government Doctors Association (TNGDA) is against the Government move to appoint doctors on contract basis, association president K.Prakasam said on Sunday.

As the Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) would complete the exercise of selecting 2,300 doctors before February, it was not necessary to appoint doctors on contract, he said. Moreover, the Government had agreed to fill vacancies with candidates selected by the TNPSC. The TNGDA, however, thanked the Government for elevating 4050 doctors, serving since 1995, as probationers after exempting them from the "induction training." It also appreciated the move to fix seniority for doctors absorbed from Panchayat Unions from the date of entering government service. The Government had agreed to bring in changes in the posts of the teaching faculty, from tutors to Dean, as per the Medical Council of India (MCI) norms.

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