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Govt makes ISM dispensaries defunct to run Govt Ayurvedic College Jammu
MOs engage as lecturers, consultants to run college classes
10/18/2019 10:35:27 PM
G S Asgotra
Early Times Report
Jammu, Oct 18: The catchphrase "one step forward and two step back" is seems fit in the functioning of Indian System of Medicine (ISM) as the department concerned to make functional newly sanctioned Government Ayurvedic College Jammu, have made defunct more than one dozen dispensaries that too located in rural areas.
Sources informed Early Times that to start the first batch of Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) at Ayurvedic Hospital Indira Chowk Jammu in year 2017-2018, the Department of Health and Medical Education had engaged Medical Officers (MOs) as Consultant/ Lecturers on temporary basis but their substitute is still not deputed in the dispensaries from where they were relieved.
"In September, 2017, the department of Health and Medical Education had published an order with vide No: 471-H&ME of 2017, dated 01/09/2017 regarding deployment of teaching/non-teaching staff for Government Ayurvedic Medical College, Jammu wherein they engaged 13 Medical Officers (MOs) from different dispensaries of Jammu province as lecturers and consultants to run first batch of Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)", said sources.
Sources further said that thereafter, the H&ME published spree of order for deployment of teaching and nonteaching staff for the same college wherein five were Medical Officers (MOs) were from the Jammu district and eight from district Kathua and one each from Reasi, Rajouri, Udhampur and Samba district to run the Government Ayurvedic College Jammu but ironically some dispensaries from where the MOs were deputed as lectures as well as consultant are still running without Medical Officer.
In district Kathua nearly eight dispensaries of ISM that too located in far-flung/remotest areas have no Medical Officer and where pharmacists are running the business. These dispensaries are Kootah, Parliaband, Janglote, Hamirpur Saswan, Pargoli, Rolka and Lowang from where MOs were deployed as lecturers in Ayurvedic College and now in the said college third batch of BAMS is going on but the authority concerned has failed to appointed permanent faculty.
It is pertinent to mention here that in 2011, the Union government had announced Ayurvedic College for Jammu and laid foundation stone of said building in Akhnoor and in 2013 nearly 93 Kanal land were officially transferred to Ayurvedic College and construction of building is going on full swing but the department has failed to appoint permanent faculty for lone Ayurvedic Colleg.
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