Crisis / NCISM requested details; the deadline is June 17; according to the details, recognition will be granted in the next session.
Ayurveda Recognition and Unani colleges is under threat
Amar Ujala Bureau
A cloud of doom hangs over the state’s recognition of Ayurvedic and Unani medical colleges. These colleges will have to meet the stringent standards in the coming session. NCISM has requested detailed information from all colleges by June 17. The departmental portal must be updated.
The state has 12 government and 58 private Ayurvedic colleges. Similarly, Unani has two government colleges and 18 private colleges. This time, the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM) has tightened the standards for college operations. The college operators must now update the college-related information on the commission’s portal. Based on this, the commission’s team will inspect the colleges and grant permission to operate the college in the following session.
Seats for Bachelor of Ayurveda Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (BUMS), and Postgraduate studies in colleges where standards are not met will be reduced. College operators claim that maintaining the same standards for government and private colleges is causing problems. Government colleges will meet all standards, but private colleges will face challenges. In such a case, the college operators have requested some leniency.
Salary slip and Form 16 increased trouble
According to the gazette notification, the salary of a lecturer ranges from Rs 56,100 to Rs 1,77,500 per month, Reader or Associate Professor Rs 78,800 to Rs 2,09,200, Professor Rs 1,23,100 to Rs 2,15,900, and College Principal Rs 1.31,100 to Rs 2,16,600. Previously, its details were sought, but this time the problem for private college operators has grown due to the demand for Form 16 and salary slips.
This information must be provided on the portal.
Pay slips and account numbers of educational, non-academic, and technical staff will be required to be provided to all colleges on the commission’s portal, as well as promotions given since joining, employee ID, educational qualification, pay scale, PAN number, salary given in the previous year, Form 16, ESI, EPF, and other information.
The information on the portal has been updated by all government and private college operators. The information has been updated by the government colleges. Who did not provide information will be investigated after June 17. The college operators who refuse to send the information may encounter difficulties. -Pro. SN Singh, Ayurveda Director