Mishra Instructs Officials to Ensure Paramedical Colleges Abide by Norms
Public Health and Family Welfare and Medical Education Minister Anup Mishra has instructed that qualitative and national level education should be imparted in paramedical colleges in the state, said an official release.
Chairing the 12th meeting of Madhya Pradesh Paramedical Council, Mishra asked concerning officials to make sure that these institutions should conform to the laid down norms within a set timeframe given to them, said release.
The minister said that a large-scale inspection would be carried out in the state to ascertain if the paramedical colleges abide by the laid down standards and both government and private institutions would be covered under this inspection, release said.
He said that the inspection would be two-tier, first to be made by departmental officials and then by members of the Paramedical Council, said release.
In case colleges fail to meet the norms, said minister, their recognition should be reconsidered.
Mishra advocated considering new courses in the colleges to meet modern-day needs such as courses in hospital management, hospital laundry etc.
Besides, he instructed that the structure of MP Paramedical Council should be made permanent and permanent appointments should be made in it so that employees can work with more conviction.