Paramedical institutions to have mid-term inspections
A MIDTERM inspection of all private paramedical institutions in Madhya Pradesh will be conducted from now on and the State Government has issued directives in this regard.india Updated: Jan 10, 2007 01:20 IST
A MIDTERM inspection of all private paramedical institutions in Madhya Pradesh will be conducted from now on and the State Government has issued directives in this regard.
State Medical Education Minister Ajay Vishnoi said this on the occasion of the 8th meeting of the paramedical council here on Tuesday.
According to an official press release Vishnoi further stated the inspection would be conducted for the first time in the State to ensure that rules and regulations laid by the Government concerning private paramedical institutions were being followed or not.
Also, shortcomings will be identified during the inspection of such institutions. Inspection committees had been formed and they will submit inspection reports in the prescribed format to the Government.
The inspection of all 68 private paramedical institutions of the State including five medical colleges, seven Government ayurved medical colleges and one homeopathic medical college will be completed by March 31.
Vishnoi also directed officials to shoot a video of the inspection and submit it along with the inspection report. Vishnoi also issued instructions to extend the period to January 31 for submission of application regarding inclusion of paramedical syllabus in the session 2007-08.
He said that as per the recommendations of the council, the syllabus of yoga and naturopathy had been included in the schedule thus increasing the number of subjects to 33.
A notification had been issued in the MP Gazette (extra ordinary) in this regard. He also instructed to change the name of the post of midwife & ayurved compounder and directed the registrar to initiate process for filling up various posts already created in the council.
He said medals and certificates will be provided to candidates attaining position in the merit list of the paramedical main examination conducted in August 2006.
The director of Indian system of medicine and homeopathy Jabbar Dhakwala, director medical services Dr M K Joshi, member of the council and dean of Gandhi Medical College Dr M K Saraswat, state president of M P Swasthya Karmchari Sangh Satnarayan Singh, senior lab technician Suresh Vyavhare, Dr S K Tiwari and others were present on the occasion.