• Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • LinkedIn
  • Telegram
  • Youtube
  • otv

Tag: Dmet

Omicron Tracing & Tracking
Omicron Update: Top Odisha Health Official On Airport Screening, Tracking, Testing

Chief of the Odisha Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET), Rama Raman Mohanty on Tuesday (Nov 30), shared details regarding the tracing and tracking process of persons coming to India from countries with detected cases of the virus.

Video Icon
COVID Scare At Medical College
COVID Scare At Medical College: Top Odisha Health Official On COVID19 Symptoms

COVID Scare At Medical College: Top Odisha Health Official On COVID19 Symptoms.

Video Icon
COVID Risk From Crackers
Diwali Firecrackers May Lead To Rise In Covid Cases: Odisha Top Health Official

Diwali Firecrackers May Lead To Rise In Covid Cases: Odisha Top Health Official

Video Icon
Red Zone!
This District In Odisha Slips Into Red Zone As Covid-19 Cases Spike

In view of high test positivity rate & number of active cases, Khordha district has been marked as a red zone district. This information was shared by Odisha’s Directorate of Medical Education & Training (DMET), Chief, CBK Mohanty.

Video Icon
DMET CBK Mohanty
Odisha To Comply With SC Directive, Provide Rs 50,000 Ex-gratia To Kin Of Those Who Died Due To Covid-19

Odisha government will provide Rs 50,000 compensation to the kin of those who died due to Covid19. Besides, kin of those who died by suicide within 30 days of testing COVID positive are also entitled for compensation.

Infections Like Kerala?
Don't Create Kerala-Like Situation In Odisha: Top Health Official

If people fail to adhere to the prescribed Covid-19 guidelines during the festival season, then the state might witness a Kerala-like situation. This information was given by Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Wednesday (Sept 15).

Video Icon
Schools Might Be Shut !
'Odisha Govt Might Shut Schools If Covid-19 Cases Among Children Rise': DMET Chief

Odisha government will be forced to shut schools in the state, if the Covid-19 cases among children increase. This information was given by Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Tuesday (Sept 7).

Video Icon
covid19
'ZyCov-D' To Be Administered To Children After Centre’s Guidelines: Top Odisha Health Official

Amidst rising instances of children testing positive for Covid-19, a ray of hope has emerged as the vaccine 'ZyCoV-D' by Zydus Cadilla got approval to be administered to children above 12 years of age. However, the use of the vaccine and its associated guidelines are yet to be released by the Central government, informed Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Saturday (Aug 21).

Video Icon
covid19
COVID19 R-Value In Puri, Cuttack & Khordha Less Than 1 Percent: Top Health Official

The COVID19 R-Value in Puri, Cuttack & Khordha is less than 1 percent. This information was shared by Directorate of Medical Education & Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Friday (Aug 6).

Video Icon
COVID19
COVID19 R-Value In Odisha Is Less Than 1: Top Health Official

The R-Value, which measures the number of infections from one positive person, is less than 1 in Odisha as the transmission is in a declining stage. This information was shared by the Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Monday (August 2).

Video Icon
Partial Lockdown
Situation Not Feasible For Complete Unlock In Odisha, Says DMET Chief

With the ongoing phase of the partial lockdown ending tomorrow (July 31), all eyes are now on the official announcement of the government regarding further relaxation of restrictions for the upcoming phase.

Video Icon
Partial Lockdown
Who Said Cuttack, Bhubaneswar Will Unlock Completely? Odisha DMET Chief Reiterates Decisive Factors

With uncertainty looming large over relaxation of curbs in Cuttack and Khordha, chances seem bleak for these two districts going for complete unlock because of unabating Covid-19 infections.

Video Icon
Unlock
Full Or Partial Unlock In Odisha? What Top Health Official Said On Covid19 Restrictions

Many places across the country are currently reporting a spike in the number of daily infections. Odisha, on the other hand, is witnessing fluctuation in the virus transmission rate.

Video Icon
COVID19
COVID19 Deaths Are High In Odisha Because Of Lag Effect: DMET Chief

Even though the cases are reducing in the state, the deaths will decline only after some time owing to the time-lag between infection and death. This information was given by the Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty on Monday (July 7).

Video Icon
Lock down
Covid-19 Lockdown Restrictions Must Be Eased In A Phased Manner: DMET Chief

Considering the current situation, easing Covid-19 lockdown measures is essential for the livelihood of people.

Video Icon
covid19
Will Covid 3rd Wave Hit Odisha? Prepared For The Worst, Says DMET Director

So far, the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is only a prediction, and whether it will arrive in Odisha or no, is yet to be established. But the state is nevertheless prepared to fight it, said Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET) Chief, CBK Mohanty, on Friday (June 18). Even as the third wave is being anticipated, Mohanty said that there is no need to panic now in apprehension. He also clarified that there is no clear evidence regarding children and young people getting affected in the third wave.

Video Icon
covid19
‘Decision To Reopen Odisha After Raja Festival’

The decision regarding reopening will be taken only after reviewing the situation before June 17. This was informed by Odisha Public Health Director Niranjan Mishra on Friday (June 11). Mishra stated that even though the cases are reducing, the decision to unlock the state will be taken only after reviewing the situation after the Raja festival.

Video Icon
Lockdown
Covid-19 Surge: Will Lockdown Return In Odisha?

Bhubaneswar: Amid the surge of Covid-19 in some states in the country of late, the Odisha government on Saturday cautioned people to follow the pandemic protocol strictly in order to avoid the possible return of lockdown situation in the State. “We can’t rule out the likelihood of a re-imposition of lockdown if people don’t take […]

Prioritise High Risk Groups Among 45 Plus For Covid-19 Vaccination: Govt To Collectors
Odisha: DMET Warns Against Fake Apps For Covid-19 Vaccination

Bhubaneswar: Amid the on-going second phase of the dry run for Covid-19 vaccination in the State, Director of the Directorate of Medical Education and Training (DMET), Odisha, CBK Mohanty urged people to remain alert about fake apps created by fraudsters for obtaining personal information. “Some fake apps apparently created by unscrupulous elements for tracking the […]

Covid-19-vaccine
Covid-19 Vaccine Dry Run In Odisha Tomorrow

Bhubaneswar: All the necessary preparations are in place for conducting the much-awaited Covid-19 vaccine dry run programme in Odisha tomorrow (January 2). Directorate of Medical Education & Training (DMET) Director Prof CBK Mohanty on Friday said that the Covid-19 vaccine dry run is part of the nation-wide exercise to keep all infrastructure in place so […]

Prof-C-B-K-Mohanty
Odisha Reports First Swine Flu Case Of 2020

Bhubaneswar: Odisha on Thursday reported its first swine flu case of the year after a resident of Dhenkanal district tested positive for the virus, officials said. The patient is under treatment at the SCB Medical College Hospital in Cuttack, they said. The person tested positive for the H1N1 virus and has become the first confirmed […]

Agri Gold
Chit fund firm agents seek approval from DMET to sell kidneys

Bhubaneswar: In a major twist to the multi-crore chit fund scam, agents of the Agri Gold chit fund company have decided to sell their kidneys to refund the duped investors. Around 70 agents of the company made a written appeal to the Directorate of Medical Education & Training (DMET) on Friday for selling of their […]

Medical Counselling (2)
Odisha govt to conduct counselling in 85% seats of pvt medical colleges

Bhubaneswar:  A move which is believed to bring more transparency and curb arbitrary practices pertaining to a host of aspects in medical college admissions, the Odisha government has decided to conduct counselling of 85% seats in private medical colleges. The Health department has notified the Skill Development and Technical Education department about the decision which […]

173166
SUM Hospital building had no environmental clearance

Bhubaneswar: In yet another example of undue government favour shown towards SUM Hospital, OTV has found out that the building in which the hospital was operating had no environmental clearance. In October 2013, a letter in this regard was sent by the director of the Forest and Environment department to the Khurda collector demanding action […]

171559
Hundreds of nursing homes running without proper registration

Cuttack: While the SUM Hospital tragedy seems to have unearthed the violation of norms on safety by hospital authorities, it is startling to see that hundreds of hospitals across the state are operating by blatantly flouting the guidelines.

scrollToTop