CAG in December 2015 on ESIC Medical institutions !

I. 

Submission in the W.P. 12953 of 2015 filed in April 2015 and in the W.P. 18773 of 2015 filed in June 2015 before the Hon’ble High Court of Madras at Chennai:

“In the circumstances, the decision taken by the Respondent-2 (Director General) on 05.01.2015 to quit medical education and not to admit new batch of students is a correct one and it was intended to salvage whatever is left of the ESI Scheme and to prevent it from getting drowned”.

Findings of the CAG as per the Press Release in December 2015:

“Corporation decided to exit from the field of medical education in its 163rd meeting held on 4th December 2014 as it was not one of its core functions. The decision to exit from this endeavour was only an exercise to limit the liability” (Para 2.12).

II. 

Submission in the W.P. 12953 of 2015 filed in April 2015 and in the W.P. 18773 of 2015 filed in June 2015 before the Hon’ble High Court of Madras at Chennai:

“But, the decision taken all of a sudden on 14.07.2007 during the meeting of the ESI Corporation to establish 43 medical educational institutions in 17 states of India commenced the era of impedance in the functioning of the ESI Scheme. All of a sudden the ESIC started to enter into the field of medical education. And that too on a large scale at the initial stage itself without even testing waters through Pilot Project.”

Findings of the CAG as per the Press Release in December 2015:

“Due diligence, if any, carried out to ascertain the number of colleges required to be opened, to fulfill the future requirement of doctors and other paramedical staff was not available”. (Para 2.6).

“The organisation also did not have any concept paper or project report to assess the viability of opening medical colleges or alternatives to cope up with the shortage of medical personnel in the ESIC hospitals, the CAG said.” – Business Standard 18.12.2015.

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  1. Gurusamy P

    It is not an advisable step to entrust the recruitmentprocess with private
    agencies, instead it can be entrusted to the Staff Selection Commission.

    P.GURUSAMY
    20.0302016

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