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Result Of Recruitment To The Post of 280 MHS Grade IV (Medical Officer) : MPSC

December 25, 2011 Leave a comment











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Medical Officers’ and Dental Surgeons’ Association, Manipur to approach Court

October 28, 2011 Leave a comment

IMPHAL, Oct 27 : Peeved with the failure of the State Government to allot MGEL (Manipur Government Employees’ List) number till date, doctors and dental surgeons appointed in Health Services in January this year have decided to approach law Court.

Speaking to media persons at Manipur Press Club here this afternoon, president of the Medical Officers’ and Dental Surgeons’ Association Manipur Dr Noren said that 282 medical officers and dental surgeons were appointed in January and they were posted to different places by an order issued by the Health Directorate in February this year.

However, MGEL numbers have not been allotted to the medical officials and dental surgeons till date. On account of this, the doctors and dental surgeons have been facing many inconveniences while drawing monthly salaries.

An order passed by the Guwahati High Court on March 30 this year directed the State Government to allot MGEL numbers to all the medical officers and dental surgeons within one month of joining service, Noren said.

Repeated appeals to the relevant authorities on the matter have yielded no positive result till date.

In case the MGEL numbers are not given at the earliest, the association would take help of law Courts, Dr Noren said while urging the Government to bring Health Services in the  organised service sector.

Sources: The Sangai Express

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Recruitment of Medical Officers and Dental Surgeons in Department of Health, Manipur Health Services

September 25, 2011 1 comment

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Salary Clearance for Newly Recruited Doctors Under Manipur Health Services

September 6, 2011 Leave a comment

The Government of Manipur has approved withdrawal/disbursal of pay and allowances of the newly recruited Medical Officers and Dental Surgeons under Manipur Health Services vide order No. 1/6/2011-FB(11) without an updated MGEL/CPIS Certificate.

Finance Department considering the tremendous hardship faced by the newly recruited Medical Officers and Dental Surgeons has decided the drawal of salary for newly appointed MHS Officers ( Medical Officers and Dental Surgeons) who have already joined the services since 27/01/2011 may be allowed till the month of July, 2011 without an updated MGEL/CPIS Certificate subject to proper verification of appointment order, transfer and posting order, etc., by the TO concerned.

The copy of the said order can be downloaded from here: MGEL relaxation order for salaray release

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Medical Directorate Transfers Doctor Couple from PHC Lilong

IMPHAL, Jun 16 : Dr Th Somorendro and his wife Dr Anjana, who have worked in Lilong Primary Health Centre for around 10 years, have been transferred to Hiyanglam Primary Health Centre not as a disciplinary step, but to ease the tension and avoid any unwanted incidents,  Director of Medical & Health Dr S Ibomcha has clarified.

Talking to The Sangai Express, Dr Ibomcha said that since their posting at Lilong Primary Health Centre, Dr Somorendro and his wife Dr Anjana have been contributing their service to the people in the capacity of MO in-charge and MO respectively for around 10 years.

The doctor couple, however, was transfered to Hiyanglam Primary Health Centre following an order yesterday. The transfer order was issued  a day ahead of the threat of Muslim Students’ Union of Manipur to call a bandh along Lilong Road of National Highway 39 if the demand for their transfer is not fulfilled. However, transfer of the doctor couple does not  mean that they are guilty.

The transfer has been effected as a precautionary measure in the light of the threat for calling bandh, Dr Ibomcha said. Informing that the Medical Directorate has not received any complaint against the doctor couple over the last 25 years of their service and posting at different places, Dr Ibomcha observed that it would be advisable to all to avoid putting the blame against such doctors who have been performing their duties with sincerity and dedication. In case, any of the doctors working under the Medical Directorate committed some mistakes or have some complaints, the public should come to the Directorate instead of taking the law in their own hands, Dr Ibomcha added.

Sources:- The Sangai Express

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NRHM aid

April 15, 2011 Leave a comment

NRHM aid

IMPHAL, Apr 13 :To provide
medical assistance to the
people of Tamenglong,
Churachandpur, Imphal East and Imphal West under National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), four trucks carrying medicines have been flagged off from here today. Health Minister L Jayantakumar flagged off the trucks from the complex of RD Wing at Lamphel during a simple function orga- nised by State Health Society.
Health Minister L Jaya- ntakumar was the chief guest of the function presided over by Health Commissioner V Vumlunmang. State Mission Director of NRHM PK Jha, Health Director S Ibomcha and Fa- mily Welfare Director L Joy-kumar were also present at as guests of honour.

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