NEET PG: PG seats will not increase in this medical college, teacher attendance less than 75 percent

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Due to less than 75 per cent attendance of teachers at BRD Medical College, Gorakhpur, the National Medical Commission (NMC) has refused to sanction new postgraduate (PG) seats for the session 2024-25. The college administration had demanded to increase nine PG seats in four departments. In which the college applied for PG in microbiology department for the first time. In which application was made for three seats of PG. Apart from this, two more PG seats were demanded in Radio Diagnosis, Orthopedic and Ophthalmology departments.

The NMC has found that the attendance of professors, associate professors and assistant professors on the online software AEBAS is below standard. Due to which the additional applications have been immediately rejected by sending a letter on 31st May. At present BRD Medical College has three PG seats in Radiology department, five seats in Ophthalmology department and five seats in Orthopaedics department.

After the NMC’s crackdown on online attendance, now the college administration has also come into action. Principal Dr. Dr. Ramkumar Jaiswal of the Department of Medicine for this. Rajkishore Singh has been made the nodal in-charge. He has also issued instructions to make online attendance mandatory for all teachers and residents. Teachers can now take leave online only. So that his information can be officially sent to NMC.

BRD presented its stand, saying – standards are not low
Gorakhpur, Senior Correspondent. Controversy over the recognition of MBBS seats in BRD Medical College is seen to be settling down. The National Medical Commission (NMC) issued a stern warning letter on Monday, causing a huge uproar in the college throughout the day. The college administration presented its replies to the NMC in an online meeting on Monday. Meanwhile, the principal also made a representation against the NMC.

Actually, NMC inspected the online college for the academic session year 2024-25. Meanwhile, the NMC asked for the documents of the teachers. Asked him for information about the patients admitted in the ward. Information was sought about cadaver, clinical examination, radio diagnostic examination, family adoption programs available for MBBS students.

Along with this, the information of the external examiner in the examinations was also taken along with the technical documents of the teachers teaching the students. Following this, the NMC issued a stern warning letter to BRD on May 23.

Point wise answer given by Principal
An online meeting was held in this regard on Monday. BRD Medical College presented its stand before the NMC in an online meeting. Three experts from NMC were present in this meeting. Meanwhile, Principal Dr. Ramkumar Jaiswal, Nodal Officer Dr. Madhavi Sarkar and Dr. Rajkishore Singh were present on behalf of the college. Acharyashri gave point-wise answers to the objections.

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