Doctors allege not interviewed for posts advertised by GMSH

Doctors who had turned up for interviews for the post of house surgeons at the Government Multi Specialty Hospital, Sector 16 on Tuesday alleged that the authorities did not call all the candidates for interviews.

However, when contacted, the authorities said that the selection had been purely on the basis of merit and that the entire process was conducted in a completely transparent manner.

MS Dr Rajiv Vadehra said, "The seats were filled up on the basis of merit. For 19 seats, interviews of 65 aspirants were done and a waiting list of 15 candidates has also been prepared".

A section of applicants who were left stated that they were not interviewed as the authorities at the hospital alleged that they were left midway as the authorities terminated the interview stating that the seats have been filled.

The left over doctors were asked to report on January 4 whereas the course is stated to commence on January 1, 2013.

There were 37 seats for the house job that had been advertised for by the Government Multi Specialty Hospital, Sector 16, for which 160 doctors turned up.

The doctors alleged that the authorities should have interviewed all the 160 aspirants irrespective of the fact of the extension of 18 existing house job doctors, reducing the seats to 19.

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