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Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association, Jaipur, Rajasthan
Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association, Jaipur Rajasthan is an association of teachers.
Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association is situated in Jaipur of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com.
Contact Details of Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association, Jaipur Rajasthan are : Jaipur unit Secretary : Dr RC Yadav
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Rajasthan doctors' strike: Why this kolaveriJaipur: After a few rounds of negotiations between the in-service doctors and Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association (RMCTA), a proposal acceptable to the former was worked out but a solution to the deadlock is not in the horizon as the government has been indifferent to the proposal.
In the meantime, the government has appointed 1000 doctors through medical university on Monday. Dr Rajendra Choudhary, senior resident lodged in Jaipur Central Jail was dismissed from the services on Monday after he spoke against the government on Sunday.
RMCTA which was uncompromising earlier and had threatened to go on strike from Monday has also softened its stand and has appealed to the chief minister to initiate a dialogue with the doctors.In a press conference convened on Monday, the medical teachers said that they have been speaking to the in-service doctors and they have accepted the formula suggested by RMCTA and now the government should play a role in bringing them to the negotiating table.“We want that RESMA should be lifted and the arrested doctors should be set free and the government should not indulge in show of strength. They should call the doctors to end the deadlock,” said secretary of RMCTA, Dr R P Yadav.
Dr Karan Singh Yadav who has played the role of a mediator said that the demands of doctors have differed and they must come ahead with clear demands.There was a commotion outside the SMS hospital in the morning when a few resident doctors disrupted the general body meeting of the medical teachers. Cops who were in the vicinity came to the spot. But they were informed that it was an internal dispute and no police intervention was required.
Medical college doctors to launch agitation on ThursdayJodhpur: The Jodhpur division of the Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association on Tuesday decided to launch an agitation over their demands on Thursday.Association president Dr Ajay Malviya said that the protests would be on the lines of similar stirs in Jaipur, Bikaner and other government medical colleges.
Dr S S Rathod and Dr Narendra Rawat will represent the body on the first day of the protests.The protest demonstration will be held from 11 am to 5 pm on Thursday.
However, to assure that regular operations at the hospitals remain undisturbed, in-charge of all the hospitals and principals of the medical colleges have been excluded from the protests.
Senior officials said that the protests would continue till all the demands were fulfilled.
Rajasthan doctors' strike: Govt ready to broker peaceJaipur: After four days of deadlock, the first serious attempt to open a channel for talks, between the state government and doctors striking work, was made on Sunday.The government appointed Dr Karan Singh Yadav, a former member of Parliament, as a mediator for talks with the agitating in-service and resident doctors.
The Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association (RMCTA) also engaged in backroom negotiations to bring the doctors and government to the table for talks. RMCTA general secretary Dr RC Yadav said he met in-service doctors in the jail and discussed with them the prospects of resolving the deadlock on Sunday.Even as the government was trying to work out an appeasement formula for doctors, patients continued to die in state. Fourteen deaths were reported across
Rajasthan on Sunday taking the death toll to 49. In Jaipur, Mohammed Dawood (62), an Afghan national died in Polytrauma ward of SMS hospital on Sunday allegedly due to neglect.
Meanwhile, Nasreen Bharti who is leading the strike of in-service doctors was sent to Tonk Jail while other doctors were sent to jails in Dausa, Sikar and Bharatpur.
Strike leaders let out of jail to facilitate talks with govtJaipur: Leaders of the agitating in-service doctors have been brought to Jaipur from the jails where they were lodged for talks on Friday with the energy minister Jitendra Singh on the tenth day of doctors’ strike.Nasreen Bharti was brought from Tonk Jail while G D Maheshwari and Ajay Choudhary were brought from Sikar and Dausa respectively. They would meet Jitendra Singh to have talks in order to break the deadlock. They have been kept in Jaipur central Jail.
During the day Nasreen Bharti got unwell and was taken to SMS hospital from Jaipur Central Jail. After being examined she has been admitted in the ICU of the hospital.Meanwhile medical teachers conducted parallel OPDs in front of Dhanwantri OPD on Friday and examined patients in front of the OPD for two hours.Speaking to DNA, secretary of Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association (RMCTA), R C Yadav said that the government must take the initiative and speak to the doctors in order to resolve the crisis. "To save the lives of patients, dialogue is necessary and the government must start it with the in-service doctors,” said Yadav.Earlier in the day, Indian Medical Association organised a press conference and demanded that the chief minister should intervene to break the deadlock. Addressing the media, Ramesh Saini of IMA said, “Chief Minister should take the initiative now to save the patients from dying and to break the deadlock.”
However, the situation in SMS was far from being normal. A large number of resident doctors are yet to report for duty. Even in Zenana Hospital and Sanganer Hospital, the resident doctors did not report for duty.However an official source said that about 120 resident doctors reported for duty on Friday.Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot speaking on this issue tried to downplay it and said that because of the leaves the doctors are not coming to the hospitals.
Doctors to resign en masse on March 28Jodhpur: The protests by teachers of the medical colleges over their various demands entered its fifth day on Monday.On Monday, the protestors were joined by Dr D D Gupta, Dr Gopal Purohit and Dr Ramanand Gehlot.
Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association president Dr Ajay Malviya said that Dr Jairam Rawtani, who attended the meeting of the central working committee to boost the agitation, addressed the members over the decision taken.
According to him, all the doctors will submit their resignation to the state government on March 28 as a mark of their protest, and the practitioners in the city have also agreed to follow the suit.Dr Malviya said that a team of five doctors will go to Jaipur with the resignations.
Medical college doctors to launch agitation on ThursdayJodhpur: The Jodhpur division of the Rajasthan Medical College Teachers Association on Tuesday decided to launch an agitation over their demands on Thursday.Association president Dr Ajay Malviya said that the protests would be on the lines of similar stirs in Jaipur, Bikaner and other government medical colleges.Dr S S Rathod and Dr Narendra Rawat will represent the body on the first day of the protests.The protest demonstration will be held from 11 am to 5 pm on Thursday.However, to assure that regular operations at the hospitals remain undisturbed, in-charge of all the hospitals and principals of the medical colleges have been excluded from the protests.Senior officials said that the protests would continue till all the demands were fulfilled.
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