Medical college residents throughout the State are in the process of protesting over the delay in PG counseling at NEET. Because of the delays in counseling, the load for residents is growing and their time learning is also being wasted. In response to this, in the call to action of the state-wide Resident Doctors Association, these doctors are joining the march. Doctors who are residents at various medical colleges, including Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) and Doctor Ram Manohar Lohia (RML), Safdarjung have supported the Federation of Resident Doctors Association (FORDA)’s protest against the delay in NEET PG counseling. OPD services in hospitals were shut down on the weekend.
NEET PG Counselling 2021: Jodhpur Association of Resident Doctors (Jodhpur Resident Doctors Association news) President Dr. Sandeep Devat said that the Supreme Court has set the date for hearing NEET PG counseling to take place on 6 January (Neet Pg counseling in the Supreme Court). It has been quite a while since the results were announced. Due to the inefficiency of federal government officials, the shortage of residency doctors has grown. There’s been a one-year delay in bringing new residents into medical colleges due to which the residents of the second and final year are on the road. They must complete everything. The doctor’s associations have demanded the government and the highest court to implement the measures needed to speed up the NEET-PG counseling and admission process and also to speed up the court processes.
More students, mostly those pursuing postgraduate studies within Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) met in the lobby of the Medical Superintendent in the facility that is attached to it, LNJP Hospital, run by the Delhi government to express their concerns over the matter the senior doctor of the hospital told.
“Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, admission to different courses at NEET 2021’s PG program has been halted indefinitely. Residents have been carrying each of the Covid and non-Covid services for a long time over the past one and a half years and are exhausted physically as well as mentally. They’ve been waiting to see a positive outcome from their Supreme Court proceedings in the issue of the already delayed NEET Counselling for PG 2021. But, there is no relief from their mental and physical pain, and the court hearing is set for January 6, 2022.” To show our solidarity against these frequent delays and postponement of counseling, we, the inhabitants from ABVIMS along with Dr. RML hospital have decided to stop OPD services on the 27th of November, 2021 and beyond, which includes Sunday OPDs” RML RDA declared in a letter sent to the hospital’s management.
Conclusion: The current group of residents is already overloaded, which can hurt the quality of care provided. The admission process for those who will be joining the next batch must be completed with no additional delay.
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