GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
GN&M Training & MPHA (F) Training ? Training Institutions MPHA (F) and G.N. & M Training Schools ? Irregularities in maintaining Institutions ? Inspection of Training Institutions by panel of Experts ? Revised ? Orders ? Issued.
G.O.Ms.No.217 Dated: 3-5-1995
Read the following:-
1. G.O.Ms.No. 23, HM&FW (H2) Deptt., Dated: 18-1-1995.
2. From DME, Hyd., Lr.Rc.No. APNMC/MPHW/2448/95, Dt. 1-3-1995.
In supersession of the orders issued in the G.O. 1st read above, Government hereby order the following:-
2. A.P. has the highest number of (144) Multi Purpose Health Assistants (F) Training Institutions (112) Private and (87) Private Nursing Schools recognized by the Government. Based on reports received, the quality of training being imparted in these institutions is believed to be of low quality on account of poorly institutions is believed to be of low quality on account of poorly trained faulty and lack of practice area for providing skill training to the A.N.Ms/ General Nursing and Midwifery. The mushrooming of so many training institutions in the Private Sector has also beer engaging the attention of the Government of India, since the increasing numbers are not being matched by emergence of trained personnel. Several complaints of irregularities and mismanagement are also being received from time to time.
3. With a view to examine the working of the Private Multipurpose Health Assistants (F) Training Institutions and also private Nursing Schools in the State, the` Commissioner, Family Welfare and Director, Medical Education have suggested the constitution of an Expert Committee to go into the details of the working of these training institutions in the State with the following terms of reference:-
1. To inspect the facilities for boarding, lodging and Class-rooms available with the training schools and comment on their adequacy;
2. Examine the number of faculty, qualifications and competence of coaching;
3. Examine the eligibility and suitability of the trainees;
4. facilities for training such as availability of proper functioning hospital for training facilities for deliveries, M.C.H. care etc.
5. Amounts collected as fee, special fee for deposits, etc and to suggest a reasonable and uniform fee structure based of the expenditure incurred in Government, run schools.
4. A costing has been taken up with Commissioner, Family Welfare and director, Medical Education and during the meeting it was suggested that two experts may be requested to inspect an institutions and submit their reports separately indicating specific remarks and recommendations. For each inspection the expert may be paid Rs. 500/- as honorarium and T.A. from residence to the institutions. Accordingly, is has been decided that the T.A., D.A., and Honorarium for obtaining inspection reports in inspect of (112) Private Multipurpose Health Assistants (F) Training Schools and (87) Private Nursing Schools may be allowed with funds available with them.
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5. Government after careful consideration of the proposal made above and conscious of the need to ensure standards of professional training being provided, agrees to the suggestion made by the Commissioner Family Welfare and Director, Medical Education for constituting a panel of Experts consisting of the following:-
1. Dr. Sundera Rao, Retd. Director of Health.
2. Dr. Hrishikesh, , Retd. Additional Director.
3. Dr. Rajyalakshmi, Deputy Director (Retd).
4. Mrs. Tajira Khan, Principal (Retd.) College of Nursing, Hyderabad.
5. Dr. B. Swarajya Lakshmi, SPM, Professor (Retd.) Andhra Medical College, Vizag.
6. Mrs. Visweswari Sivaraman (Retd) Assistant Director (Nursing) Vizag.
7. Dr. D. Satyanarayana, Director, Medical Education (Retd) Hyderabad.
8. Dr. G. Shamsunder, Director, Medical Education (Retd.), Hyderabad.
9. Dr. P. Ramana Rao, Director, Medical Education (Retd.), Hyderabad.
10. Dr. R.J. Srinivasan, (Retd.) superintendent, Government General Hospital, Kurnool.
11. Dr. I. Visweswara Rao, Retd. Principal, R.M.C., Kakinada.
12. Dr. Y. Perindevi Retd., Superintendent, K.G. Hospital, Vizag.
13. Dr. (Mrs.) G. Venkatramana, Retd. Principal, R.M.C., Kakinada.
14. Dr. Venkataram Reddy, Joint Director (MCH)?.. Convenor.
6. In addition to the above, Government also agrees to the payment of honorarium of Rs. 500/- towards inspection of the Institution and T.A and D.A. to the expert Member. The terms of reference as suggested by the Commissioner, Family Welfare and Director, medical Education are also acceptable.
7. Government, therefore permit Commissioner, Family Welfare and Director, Medical Education to take the professional services of the Experts identified by them to obtain detailed inspection reports of the Multipurpose Health Assistants (F) Training centers and Nursing Schools being run in the Private Sector at the rates proposed by them. Government further order Commissioner, Family Welfare and Director of Medical Education to design proper proforma for the inspection report to be submitted by the Experts so as to ensure that all vital points are not only addressed but the feed back is standardized. Which would enable computing the results. In this connection, the expenditure to be incurred shall be debited to the Head of Account ?33-Payments for professional and Special Services ? 334- other payments? and shall be met by way of re appropriation after full budget is voted by legislature.
8. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance & Planning (Fin.EBS ?IX) Department vide their U.O.No.13133/130/A1/EBS-IX/95, Dt. 1-5-1995
(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)
SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
The Commissioner, Family Welfare, Hyderabad.
The Director, Medical Education, Hyderabad.
The Accountant General, A.P., Hyderabad.
The pay and Accounts Officer, Hyderabad.
The Director of Treasury and Accounts, Hyderabad.
All District Treasury Officers.
HM&FW ?D2/H2? Dept.
Finance & Planning (Fin.EBS,IX) Department.
P.S. to Secretary, HM&FW Department.
P.S. to Secretary (F.W.)
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