State to fill 250 vacant posts of Doctors

Shimla: Himachal’s Health Minister Dr. Rajiv Bindal today said that 250 vacant posts of doctors would be soon filled up in the state while presiding over a Symposium organized by the Panchnad Shodh Sansthan on “Challenges before Himachal Pradesh” at Chandigarh.

During the symposium he answered to some questions of the participants that efficiency in administration would be ensured by the Government to give stress on human resource development. He said that religious and adventure tourism would be developed further to make it profitable economic activity.

Regarding health education he said that district Hamirpur, Mandi and Una would be priority stations for opening of Health Education Institutions including Nursing and those who intend to open these institutions, would be given adequate facilities.

Raised in Shimla and originally from Mandi district, Disha wears many caps which includes being part of a lead team of a fast growing IT company based out of Chandigarh. Earlier Disha was associated with My Himachal and visits Shimla regularly.

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  • Resident doctors working at Dr RPGMC Tanda were releived before the completion of there tenure of 3yr ,whereas there is an acute shortage of resident doctors at TMC,adversly affecting functioning of college.On the one hand govt. Is giving 75:25 reservation to GDO doctors on the other hand govt.not allowing them to complete there tenure.whereas doctors appointed under same policy at IGMC has been allowed to continue .Different norms for the two colleges of the state

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