Tag Archives: Gian Sagar Medical College
Chandigarh: With power and water supply disconnected, and the doors of most rooms, including classrooms, locked, Gian Sagar Medical College and Hospital at Banur, about 35 km from Chandigarh, appears as virtually closed.
Patiala: The management of Gian Sagar Medical College, Banur, has reportedly again failed to pay salary to its staff. The college staff has not been paid salary for the past six months. The power supply to the college has also been scrapped.
New Delhi: Recently, Goldfield Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Ballabhgarh (Faridabad) was in news for shutting down its operations and Gian Sagar Medical College and Hospital, Banur (Patiala) was not even able to pay the salary to its faculty and other staff leading to general strike and suspension of the classes. Are these isolated cases or just an indication of harsh and unpleasant things to come?
Patiala (Punjab): Continuing their strike due to non-payment of salaries for months, medical teachers and doctors of Gian Sagar Medical College and Hospital, Banur, have started seeing patients in tent and have also told the students to meet them in the tent.
Patiala (Punjab): According to students of Gian Sagar Medical College and Hospital, Banur, they have been unable to attend their classes since February 25, as the faculty members of the college have gone on an indefinite strike protesting non-payment of their salary.
With 436 ‘ghost’ teachers being discovered by the Punjab Medical Council (PMC) during its recent inspection of four private medical colleges in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh, a major controversy has erupted about the unethical practices adopted by these colleges and doctors.
Over 400 ‘ghost teachers’ found in four private medical colleges in Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh
Chandigarh: In a surprise inspection carried on Saturday and Sunday, Punjab Medical Council (PMC) has reportedly found more than 400 ghost teachers in four private medical colleges in Punjab, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.
New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has decoded the modus operandi of Dr Ketan Desai, former president of MCI (Medical Council of India) who was arrested in April 2010 for accepting a bribe of Rs 2 crore, and his tout J P Singh. Dr Desai reportedly used code words like ‘Badal’ for Punjab colleges and ‘Mamata’ for West Bengal colleges.