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Minister wants GIMS director to pull up housekeeping staff

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Kalaburagi: A new trauma centre set up at the Gulbarga Institute of Medical Sciences will be opened on Gandhi Jayanthi, said Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar.

He was speaking after reviewing the GIMS administration here on Sunday.

He asked the authorities concerned to equip the centre with necessary equipment and ensure that the centre is opened at the earliest for the benefit of the public.

On vacant faculty posts, the minister asked the director to issue notification to fill up 16 professors post and complete the appointment process, at the earliest.

He observed that the appointment through the government may be delayed. Considering this, he asked the director to form guidelines to have direct recruitment through the department itself. Lest, it would not be possible to fill up the vacant teaching posts in many colleges, he said.

Reviewing the administration, the minister asked the director to make biometric system compulsory to outsourced workers.

He pulled up the director for not appointing locals for housekeeping facility and continuing with existing staff despite their poor performance during the Covid-19 period. On complaints that security aspect has been outsourced to those who are blacklisted, the mi sister said that a new guidelines will be issued with regard to this and outsourcing of housekeeping.

He asked the director to enquire into the complaints on outsourced workers and take action against them. He further said that measures will be taken to transfer 61 posts of staff nurses from the health department. He suggested that they need to utilize the schemes under Ayushman Bharat to be self-sufficient.

MP Dr Umesh Jadhav, MLA Dattatreya C Patil Revoor, director Dr Girish and others were present.

– Team Mysoorunews


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