Gian Sagar Medical College again fails to pay salary to its staff

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

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.

Earlier, the medical college staff and parents of students had met Punjab Medical Education Minister Brahm Mohindra in this regard and had urged him to resolve the issue at the earliest.

Following the non-payment of salary, the college staff suspended work, causing inconvenience to patients as well as students. They are demanding a permanent solution to the problem, reports The Tribune.

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Comment by Dr Sanjay Agarwal
2017-04-17 20:50:30

All Medical colleges of Private management in Bhopal city of Madhya Pradesh are not giving Salary to there employees since last 4 months. MCI has to take care of all this because they are mainly concern with proper functioning of the college.

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