Patna Ayurvedic College Session 2022-23: Ban on admission notification latest news today in hindi

Ban on Admission in Patna Ayurvedic College and Hospital latest news update 2022

Latest Updated 25/11/2022: Admission in Government Ayurvedic College Patna has been banned. The National Commission of Indian System of Medicine has refused to enroll in the current session 2022-23 on the basis of shortcomings of the Ayurvedic College.

In this regard, information has been given by sending a letter to the Principal of the Ayurvedic College. Earlier, enrollment on 60 seats in Begusarai Ayurvedic College has also been banned. In this way, enrollment in both the government Ayurvedic colleges of the state has now been banned. Nominations are being taken for 125 seats for BAMS (Undergraduate) in Ayurvedic College Patna. Whereas for PG in eight subjects, there is a facility of enrollment for 85 seats. During the review, the commission has found deficiency in academic, non-academic, hospital personnel, practical training and infrastructure in this institute. Here the number of personnel engaged in non-teaching work is only 86 percent. At least 80 percent of the personnel are needed for teaching work, while only 52 percent are here. While the total number of personnel in the hospital is only 59.79 percent. There is a shortage of other personnel including registrar, senior resident, nursing, superintendent, ward boy. There is a shortage of lab technical assistants. There are no workers working in the Herbal Garden.

There is also a shortage of beds. Only 22.4 percent of the beds in this college are occupied by patients. There is no Sanskrit teacher. This college should have at least 225 beds. Now there are only 170 beds. The commission has clearly said that if the state government takes the responsibility of removing these loopholes by December 31, then only a decision will be taken on allowing nominations.

Ban on admission in Patna Ayurvedic College notification latest news update 2022 in hindi

Department in the Action

Additional Chief Secretary of the department Pratyay Amrit has written a letter to Dr. Raghuram Rajan Bhatt, President of the National Commission for Indian Medical System, saying that all the facilities will be improved at the government level. Enrollment in both the colleges should be allowed on the basis of the guarantee of the state government. Earlier, on the guarantee of the government, the ban on enrollment in both the colleges was removed.