He will be truely missed. He has left behind grief stricken family, consisting of wife and two children (one son and one daughter). May the great soul take rest in the lotus feet of the Almighty. May God give peace and comfort to the family at this time of grief.
In exercise of the powers conferred by article 309 of the Constitution of India, the Governor of Haryana hereby makes the following rules regulating the recruitment and condition of service of persons appointed to the Haryana Civil Medical (Group A) Service.
It has been observed the cases for Resignation and VRS of doctors are being received incomplete at the head quarter. So vide memo no 20/2-7EII-2014/3046-73 dated 22/07/2014 the DGHS has asked all CMOs' and PMOs' of Haryana to forward the complete cases related to Resignation and VRS with the following details.
Vide memo no 7/3-7EII-2014/3041-73 dated 22/07/2014, The DGHS has again asked to send the cases of those MO's who are eligible for completion of probation, with following details so that the matter may be taken up with Govt. accordingly.
ALL INDIA FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT DOCTORS' ASSOCIATIONS FORMED
I am pleased to inform you that the H.C.M.S. Association has created another landmark.
For the past more than 4 years, we have been working towards bringing the Doctors’ association of various states in India on a common platform. This idea was a result of our understanding that Doctors in various states are fighting lonely battles in respective states for issues which are present in each and every state. We believed that a common platform and concerted action in a common direction is required at the national level especially when most of the health policies are now being decided at the central level rather than at the state level.
With this thought in our minds, we started contacting the various state bodies in India. In this relation, we travelled to Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh to have one to one interactions with the respective state associations. We managed to develop a steady contact with the various state bodies. Over a period of time, we were able to establish personal rapport with the leaders of in-service Doctors of a large majority of the states of India.
Building upon this groundwork, the HCMS Association organized a two day ‘National Seminar on Government Health Sector in India - Challenges and the Way Forward’ on 19-20th July 2014 at Hotel Red Bishop, Panchkula.
The seminar was graced by the presence of state office bearers from 15 states of India- Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Gujrat, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal besides Haryana. The delegates from the different states had a very fruitful exchange of ideas and reached a consensus to form ‘ALL INDIA FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT DOCTORS' ASSOCIATIONS’. A Steering Committee of the federation was formed with one member from each participating association as a member. Dr Ashish Rana, General Secretary, H.C.M.S. Association was elected as the Convener of the steering committee and Dr Rajesh Khayalia as a Member of the steering committee.
The next meeting of the federation will be held in Vadodara (Gujrat) in November 2014 for which even more state bodies have already confirmed participation.
We are sure, that with your best wishes and co operation, we shall be able to make this Federation a vibrant and strong body which will act as the true representative of the Government Doctors serving in the various states of India.
With warm regards,