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Doctors conducting Covid-19 tests at Gautam Nagar in Dadar, during the nationwide lockdown imposed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic in Mumbai.(SATISH BATE/HT PHOTO.)

MMC to award doctors working with Covid-19 patients credit points to renew licence

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By Rupsa Chakraborty
UPDATED ON MAY 07, 2020 12:58 AM IST
Every five years, doctors need to renew their licences to practice. As per norms, doctors need to earn 30 credit points over a period of five years by attending conferences and seminars. Those who fail to score the 30 points are not eligible to renew their licence. Thus, they get disqualified from medical practice.
So far, 24 people – residents, faculty members and class three and four employees – have been interviewed, said Wakode.(HT Photo)
So far, 24 people – residents, faculty members and class three and four employees – have been interviewed, said Wakode.(HT Photo)

Maharashtra panel to submit report tomorrow

Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON JUN 02, 2019 06:10 AM IST
Appointed by medical education minister Girish Mahajan, the committee is headed by Dr Prakash Wakode of the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER).
Sexual exploitation of girls in Muzaffarpur shelter home was revealed in a social audit report by a team from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, and submitted to the social welfare department.(HT Photo)
Sexual exploitation of girls in Muzaffarpur shelter home was revealed in a social audit report by a team from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, and submitted to the social welfare department.(HT Photo)

Muzaffarpur shelter home demolition begins today

Hindustan Times, Patna | By Avinash Kumar, Patna:
PUBLISHED ON DEC 11, 2018 10:30 AM IST
The demolition work will start on Tuesday and its cost will be met from the auction of goods in the home, municipal authorities said.

Pathologist from Navi Mumbai loses licence for signing reports remotely

Hindustan Times | By Sadaguru Pandit, Mumbai
PUBLISHED ON AUG 20, 2018 01:41 AM IST
The Maharashtra Medical Council (MMC) has suspended the license of a Navi Mumbai-based pathologist for allegedly signing reports — without personal supervision — for more than 200 pathological laboratories across the state, in Karjat, Roha, Panvel, Nalasopara, Vasai and Virar.
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