Casual attitude costs ?em CLs!
OVER A dozen residents of the department of general surgery at the King George?s Medical University have been caught off duty. Action too came with deduction of casual leaves (CL) for every three consecutive attempts.india Updated: Feb 11, 2006 00:22 IST
OVER A dozen residents of the department of general surgery at the King George’s Medical University have been caught off duty.
Action too came with deduction of casual leaves (CL) for every three consecutive attempts.
The residents had earlier been warned for their habit of coming late to the duty and often avoiding duties without prior information or formal leave. They had been intimated that on being found absent from duty, their CLs would be deducted.
In the month of February, the department’s PG cell found 15 residents who abstained from duty or came late to the hospital. The residents who lost one CL each after abstaining from duty are KS Sachan (SR-I), Akhilesh Verma (JR-III), MD Agrawal (JR-II), Rohit K Singh (JR-II), Aditya K Singh (JR-II), Devesh K Singh (JR-II), Mikhil K Maithnya (JR-I).
However, some of the residents were smart enough to submit their leave applications against the days they were absent or came late for the hospital duty. Those who submitted their leave application included Mradul Kumar Singh (JR-II), R Kumar (JR-II), Amit Kumar Patil (JR-I), Shushant Chaudhari (JR-I), Amit Gupta (JR-I), Anurag Rai (JR-III) and Harshvardhan Singh (SR-I).
The in-charge of the PG Cell Dr Ramakant has on Monday issued a list of students who were late for duty on Saturday. The in charge of the PG Cell Dr Ramakant had demanded an explanation from the residents and also warned for future action against those coming late on duty.
He had said that the residents and also the faculty members who abstain from duty without information or come late for three consecutive days would have to compensate it with their one day’s CL.
The action comes as per the service rules of the State Government for the residents are not students but are employees of the Gandhi Memorial And Allied Hospital.