MCI experts inspect GMC
A TWO-MEMBER team from the Medical Council of India (MCI) inspected the Paediatrics and Pharmacology departments of Gandhi Medical College (GMC) and their respective wards in its affiliate Hamidia Hospital here on Wednesday.india Updated: Feb 01, 2007 02:45 IST
A TWO-MEMBER team from the Medical Council of India (MCI) inspected the Paediatrics and Pharmacology departments of Gandhi Medical College (GMC) and their respective wards in its affiliate Hamidia Hospital here on Wednesday.
According to sources, the team comprised of Dr Geeta Kasliwal and Dr Mahesh Gupta – both from the Rohtak Medical College. The team reached the GMC at around 9 am, and Dr Kasliwal inspected the Paediatrics Department while Dr Gupta went to the Pharmacology Department.
The experts conducted physical verification of the teaching staff and lower-level employees of both departments. The team also carried out scrutiny of records and facilities available in the departments.
Later, the MCI experts conducted a round of the Hamidia Hospital and inspected the respective wards of Paediatrics and Pharmacology departments there, sources added.
At about 1.30 pm, both MCI members met GMC Dean Dr Nirbhay Srivastava. They inspected the GMC library, lecture halls and other college facilities.
The team looked into the availability of course books, reports and other periodicals available for the PG courses in both departments. The team returned to New Delhi by the Shatabdi Express.The MCI will compile the reports submitted by the two experts soon. Subsequently the GMC authorities would be notified about the outcome of the inspection, sources stated.