Indore: The Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College (MGMMC), was visited by the Medical Council of India (MCI) recently, to inspect the infrastructure and do a head count for PG seats of the skin and anesthesia departments, on Thursday. The college authorities are confident that the number of seats will not be affected by the MCI inspection, as the deficiencies are not of a serious kind.
Dean MGMMC, Dr Sharad Thora informed “Likewise every year, the team inspected infrastructure and faculty head count in college. Few deficiencies were noted by the team which will be improved by us soon.”
The two MCI inspectors who conducted the inspection include Dr Harish Kumar and Dr Ramchandeya Nandliya from Karnataka reports Free Press Journal
“In 2016, MCI had noted the deficiency of faculty in skin department but after the transfer of Dr HK Narang again in the college eliminated it. During inspection, team had found less number of patients in the ward and both males and females were admitted together in the same ward. Similarly, team also pointed the lack of demonstration room and faculty in anesthesia department.” college source told Free Press Journal.
College staff gave ‘Navratri’ as an excuse for the lack of patient footfall and submitted compliance for the demonstration room and other deficiencies .