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MLN staff get into a tizzy

The MLN Medical College staff were in a tizzy when State Minister of Medical Education Vinod Kumar Singh made a surprise visit of the hospital on Sunday. While the administration made all out efforts to portray a rosy picture of the college and hospital, the PG students got an opportunity to raise their problems before the minister. Singh arrived at about 10 am at the circuit house and straight away went to the Swaroop Rani Nehru Hospital. He inspected emergency ward, cardiology building, new and old PG hostels on the hospital campus .

india Updated: Jun 19, 2006 00:10 IST

The MLN Medical College staff were in a tizzy when State Minister of Medical Education Vinod Kumar Singh made a surprise visit of the hospital on  Sunday.
While the administration made all out efforts to portray a rosy picture of the college and hospital, the PG students got an opportunity to raise their problems before the minister.

Singh arrived at about 10 am at the circuit house and straight away went to the Swaroop Rani Nehru Hospital. He inspected emergency ward, cardiology building, new and old PG hostels on the hospital campus. When he reached hostel, PG students complained to him about the poor maintenance of toilets and other facilities at the hostel. Students said that senior administrative officers had inspected hostel many time, but nothing could be changed till today. They also informed that there was no proper drinking water facility in the hostel. Students also complained about the poor electricity wiring in the hostel.

Former JDA president Dr Phul Kumar requested the minister to issue order to solve their problems at the hostel.

Singh later inspected the medical college library and under graduate hostel on the college campus.

Superintendent-in-charge of the SRN Hospital informed about the medicine crisis at the hospital. He said due to insufficient medicine budget they were unable to meet the demand.

Also present on the occasion were MLN Medical College Principal Dr PC Saxena and emergency medical officer Dr Ajay Saxena.