The government has given gifts to students studying in non-clinical courses of PG in government medical colleges of the state. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has approved to reduce the annual fees of this course from Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 1 lakh. This step of the government will increase the interest of students for admission in the said course.
The vacant seats of non-clinical courses of PG in government medical colleges of the state will also be filled up fast now. Actually, due to the high fees of non-clinical courses of PG, the interest of students has decreased in it. Candidates’ interest in admission on these seats has been less. There are fewer admissions in subjects such as anatomy, physiology, microbiology, pharmacology, biochemistry.
According to experts, doctors do not want to enroll in subjects that are not practiced. Many times they take admission in non-clinical if the seat of the clinical subject is not vacant. But later on, leaving the non-clinical seat, they join the clinical seat. In the past, it has been seen that most of the PG seats in non-clinical have remained vacant. There is also a loss of resources due to seat vacancy. This problem is expected to be resolved with reduced fees. The lack of faculty in medical colleges and nursing colleges will also be overcome.
Ram Kumar Sharma is also the registrar
The government has appointed Government Nursing College Tehri Ram Kumar Sharma to the vacant post of Registrar in Uttarakhand Nurses and Midwife Council. After getting approval from the Governor, the government has issued orders in this regard on Thursday. Ram Kumar Sharma is recently affiliated with State Nursing College Dehradun. According to the mandate, he will carry out the additional charge of the said obligation with the current charge. No separate salary allowances will be payable for the said work.