The Bihar State Health Services Association on Sunday urged the state government to implement the provisions of the Sixth Pay Commission, applicable for Central government doctors, in toto for them as well. The association, at its meeting of extended executive body, also passed a resolution that its members were willing to accept all the logical conditions of the state government for getting the benefit.
Sunday executive meeting also thanked the state government for giving the association members benefit ofCentral payscale and dynamic ACP and expressed hope that the government would take steps for strengthening the medical directorate.
Discussion on anomalies in the government rules, 2008, dealing with service conditions of government doctors also took place and the committee urged the government to remove anomalies dealing with things like minimum qualification for appointment as government doctor and changes in the criteria for being appointed in administrative grade posts.
The meeting was chaired by association president Dr Ram Nagina Singh and IMA, Bihar chapter, office-bearers, including its president, Dr Raman Verma and secretary Dr Arun Kumar Thakur.