Less than two weeks after allegations emerged of college students from Hyderabad’s Osmania Hospital and Gandhi Hospital being given clinical degrees without completing their compulsory internships, complaints have arisen that students have acquired postgraduate clinical seats through NEET counseling without having completed their internships.
The incident got here to light whilst a professor at Osmania Hospital’s Orthopaedics branch observed that a student had recently joined the branch as a postgraduate pupil. However, he had no longer finished his one-month compulsory internship in the challenge for the duration of his MBBS. In December, college students who were published as interns within the branch had complained to the Superintendent of the hospital that they were being caught with greater paintings because different students have been shirking their duties and skipping scientific rotations.
Dr. PS Vijeyendra, chairman of the Telangana Junior Doctors Association (JTA), stated that an intensive investigation had been sought into the matter. “TJUDA additionally strongly condemns this form of malpractice. Culprits should be taken to undertaking to discourage each person who thinks they can escape with such malpractices,” he said.
Considering the recent allegations, Director of Medical Education (DME) Dr. Ramesh Reddy issued a press declaration condemning those who skip their medical rotations.
“If any candidate did not complete their internship for any motive and were given the extension of postings, it is going to be stated inside the final certificates, and it will be issued simplest after final touch. This is the handiest valid document for completion of the internship,” reads his statement, similarly including that only upon producing a legitimate crowning glory certificate will a scholar be eligible to get hold of their scientific degree. Dr. Ramesh also introduced that numerous measures, inclusive of implementing a biometric attendance gadget, have been taken to make sure that no student got away with skipping their scientific posting.
Uttam Kumar will hold as Telangana Congress leader, says celebration.
Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) leader Uttam Kumar Reddy can also step down with speculation rife as he becomes elected as an MP from Nalgonda; all India Congress Committee (AICC) in-price for Telangana RC Khuntia on Monday stated that there was no such concept underneath attention.
Speaking to newshounds at Gandhi Bhavan, the country headquarters of the birthday party in Hyderabad, Khuntia advised reporters, “Uttam Kumar Reddy will maintain as president of the TPCC. There is no dialogue at any stage of the birthday celebration on converting the leadership. Former MP Ponnam Prabhakar will lead a committee to conceive and plan necessary strategies.”
The comments come when Uttam and Khuntia are dealing with dissent from in the party, the trendy coming from senior birthday party leader and legislator Komatireddy Rajagopal Reddy, who is eyeing the BJP.
Speaking to reporters the remaining week, Rajagopal Reddy attacked his very own celebration, announcing it had no future in the nation. Rajagopal Reddy, who turned into elected to Telangana Assembly from Munugode constituency in Nalgonda district, blamed Congress leadership for the birthday party’s sorry scenario within the nation. He targeted the nation in fee R C Khuntia. He stated Congress President Uttam Kumar Reddy, pronouncing their functioning style, led to the birthday party’s crushing defeat in the Assembly elections in the December closing year.
If the management had taken instantaneous action to take away Khuntia and Uttam Kumar Reddy, the party would have done nicely in the Lok Sabha elections. He stated after dropping 12 MLAs to the TRS, Congress became demoralized.
Leaders like sitting Sangareddy MLA T Jayaprakash Reddy alias Jagga Reddy also suggest that an exchange is essential in the TPCC if it hopes to revive itself from the battered state that it currently is in. Many names of leaders who had been vying for the TPCC chief publish have been doing the rounds in the media.