Khandagiri police on Friday arrested 12 middlemen on the charges of looting money from patients and their attendants. The accused reportedly looted money on the pretext of providing them with tokens/ registration tickets.
All the 13 persons were allegedly looting money from patients and their attendants on promise of providing them tokens/ registration tickets which is a pre-requisite to seek medical services.
The accused doctor, identified as Jaydeep Dasgupta had come in contact with the victim while she had visited the hospital for her father’s treatment.
Interested candidates should bring duly filled application form along with the self-attested passport size photograph, photocopies of all relevant certificates on the scheduled date of the interview.
The last date of receipt of complete application along with required documents through proper channel is 30 days after publication of the advertisement in the Employment News.
As per an AIIMS press release, the donor- recipient duo of father and son is doing fine, and the transplanted kidney is functioning well with a good urine output and normal blood creatinine levels.
All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Bhubaneswar will hold a walk-in-interview for the post of Senior Research Fellow.
The Central government has proposed to rechristen the various branches of India’s premier health Institute, AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences). It has proposed to change the names of all 23 AIIMS after local heroes, freedom fighters, historical events or monuments.
The court had directed the ED, which had arrested Chatterjee in connection with its probe into the scam, to take him to the health facility by air ambulance.
The high court directed AIIMS, Bhubaneswar to prepare a report and hand over the copies to the investigating officer and the medical officer of SSKM Hospital, who would accompany Chatterjee in the air ambulance, and his advocate by 3 PM on Monday.
Information obtained through an RTI application revealed that as many as 1,493 sanctioned teaching and non-teaching posts are lying vacant at the hospital.
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Bhubaneswar is going to conduct a research study with a target to reduce snakebite incidences in Odisha, officials said on Tuesday.
However, all emergency services will continue at the healthcare facility on the above mentioned dates, the notification added.
The institute said it is at the doorstep to get the necessary permission from the Odisha government for starting the facility
The project coordinator will be recruited for the Project - WASH in schools and Anganwadi Centres in Jajpur district of Odisha. As per the advertisement, the tenure of post is 12 months. The last date to apply is February 11, 2022.