Maharashtra government to set up a Medical Service Commission soon

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The state government will soon establish Maharashtra Medical Service Commission, along the lines of the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC), to speed up filling vacant posts in government medical colleges in the state.

Minister for medical education, Girish Mahajan, said on Monday, “The department is seriously discussing the issue and will take a decision about setting up a Maharashtra Medical Service Commission on priority. This will streamline appointments to vacant posts in medical colleges.”

Mahajan was replying to a question in the legislative council on Monday regarding vacant posts in government medical colleges. The minister told the house that there are 22 government medical colleges in the state, which have 490 positions for professors, of which 166 are vacant. Of the 1,126 posts for associate professors, 206 are vacant, and of the 1,765 posts for assistant professors, 824 are vacant.

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