Vacancy in SGPGI: The Yogi government has approved the creation of 2969 posts in the state’s super specialty medical institute SGPGI. All these posts belong to non-academic cadre. Of these, 286 posts will be filled through outsourcing. Alok Kumar, Principal Secretary, Medical Education Department, issued its order on Monday. In the same month, the state government has also approved the creation of about 14 thousand posts in KGMU and Lohia Institute.
The state government is meeting the shortage of staff in the super specialty medical institutions of UP. In fact, according to the standards of MCI and NMC, a mandate was issued on September 5 to create posts for academic and non-academic posts for all medical institutions, universities and medical colleges. In the same sequence, a total of 2969 posts of regular category of 35 classes have been sanctioned in non-academic cadre in Lucknow-based SGPI. Out of these, 2683 posts are of regular category and 286 posts are of outsourcing category. After recruitment to these posts, the shortage of staff in SGPGI will be overcome to a great extent. These include nurses, paramedical, clerical and other posts.
14 thousand posts have been approved in KGMU-Lohia
The state government has set a target of making One District-One Medical College. In this episode, so far more than a dozen district hospitals have been converted into medical colleges. In such a situation, the number of medical colleges operating now has increased to 35. To overcome this shortage of staff in government medical colleges, the state government had earlier created 45,000 posts. Now it is the turn of the super specialty institutes of the state. On December 1, a total of 10 thousand 42 posts were created in KGMU, Lucknow. Of these, 1256 posts are of faculty. Apart from this, there are 8 thousand 786 non-teaching posts. At the same time, approval was given for the creation of a total of 3862 posts in the Lohia Institute. This includes 803 teaching posts and 3059 non-teaching posts.