Due to the outbreak of Corona, many entrance and competitive examinations have been postponed so far. In this series, now the final year MD / MS examinations scheduled in Maharashtra from June 24 have been postponed till August 16. Significantly, this is the second time the examinations have been postponed. In fact, the resident doctor of the final year is deputed on Kovid duty, he has to be relieved 45 days before the examination. The state government plans that after relieving final year doctors, the services of bond and medical intern doctors will be taken.
Examination will be conducted following the rules of Kovid
Medical Education Minister Amit Deshmukh said that written and practical examinations will be conducted following the safety rules prescribed for Kovid-19. He said that students can use the admit card to reach the examination centers. At the same time, he said that the students who are found to be Corona positive before the examination will be decided later.
There will be no shortage of manpower in the state
At the same time, Dr. TP Lahane, director of Directorate of Medical Education and Research, said that postgraduate medical candidates, who are now serving on bonds, will continue to work until the central government conducts NEET-PG. The state will also use medical interns. He said that there will be no shortage of manpower.
After the arrival of the first year batch, the doctors of the final year will be relieved from duty.
Explain that the final year examination was also postponed after the increase in Kovid-19 cases in the state and postponement of NEET-PG for admission to MD / MS courses. Only after joining the college by the first year batch. Final year doctors are relieved of duty. With the Central Government postponing the NEET-PG till 31 August, the Center directed the states to use the services of final year doctors till joining the new batch.
Doctors are usually released from duty on 30 April but now they will work till the end of June. A representative of the Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors said that cases have decreased in most areas and the need for manpower has also decreased. He said that “the government should not postpone the examination”.
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