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Uttar Pradesh: KGMC University gets approval for recruitment to 423 posts

Uttar Pradesh: KGMC University gets approval for recruitment to 423 posts

Lucknow: In order to give an uplift  to the critical care unit of King George’s Medical University(KGMC), the government  has approved 423 posts, which include 328 non teaching posts, 80 posts for contractual service providers and 15 teaching posts.

Under the new sanctioned posts, the 20 bedded neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) has been granted three posts for faculty and six for senior residents; the 80 bedded critical care unit (CCU) has been given 227 posts comprising of nine faculty and 24 senior residents and the 20 bedded pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) has been sanctioned total 58 posts including three faculty posts and six for senior residents

The teaching posts consist  of associate professors,  assistant professors and  professors, and while the non-teaching include physiotherapist, dietitian, senior residents, nurses,  pharmacist, technician,  and others. Contractual posts comprise of peons, sweepers and ward boys, reports TOI.


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  1. Good going for KGMU. This medical institution has very Strong wings and I am sure it will fly beyond horizon into sky. India should be proud of KGMU.

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    Dr RN Srivastava , MBBS, Lko(1959) April 5, 2017, 10:45 am

    State of the art NICU will be wonderful. Get top faculty and others in the team. Must be dedicated and committed.

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    Dr Ramesh VARDHAN April 5, 2017, 10:14 am

    Despite acute shortage of Doctors in the country , it is hard to understand how do they / KGMC manage to get qualified and skill full Faculty members that too for the management of critical patients. To the best of my Knowledge there is no such thing called Contractual service provider in a teaching medical college hospitals. Such people more likely to disappear after signing to their private establishment. There are few Government schemes ( NRHM ? ). Where in some one from out side are/were brought to the Government teaching medical college hospitals, with a great hurry they cut and Stitch ( operate) . unexpected ( huge ) number of cases and disappear to their pvt nursing home which is miles away only to apper after couple days. ( may be week) or to collect the check. The Teaching college Faculty members are busy in doing nothing in the Hospital and only to be seen during biometric attendance, soon to be in their pvt nursing homes nearby . unless and until the respective Governments and Central Government makes it compulsory to Ban / abolish/ Stop private practice the Quality of Medical education , patient care can never improve as a matter of fact it will detorate further. I think it is Right time for Honorable Supreme Court to interfere and pass a Judgment to Ban Private practice by the Teaching medical college hospitals and as well as other Government health establishements starting from PHC to DHO. Wrong treatment and treatment with out / improper diagnosis ,is more likely to do harm than Good. That\’s why we see more number of patients being unhappy followed by the Treatment.

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    Dr Sanjay Gupta April 5, 2017, 10:11 am

    KGMC is the second oldest and arguably the best in UP with a global footprint. So any growth and development there is a good thing.