Being denied promotion
I am working as Assistant Professor. Two faculty members of my institute have been redesignated as Associate professor with entitlement of pay & allowances. They completed their four years teaching experience required for re-designation to Associate Professor by including two years teaching experience from their previous institute. Similarly my previous teaching experience of three years and three months as Assistant Professor before joining this Government medical college should also be counted. I have written many applications with reminders but no response. What is the remedy?
- Minimum of two Research publications indexed in Index Medicus/national journals. Provided that these research publications are published/accepted for publication in the Journals by the National Associations/Societies of the respective specialities as the First Author. Further provided that the requirement of 2 research publications for promotion to the post of Associate Professor should be fulfilled with 2 research publication must be published during the tenure of the Assistant Professor.
- If a DNB qualified candidate is working as Assistant Professor in a M.C.I. recognized college medical/Central institute, he/she would require one more year of teaching/research experience to be promoted as Associate Professor over and above the minimum time frame for MD/MS candidate.
- The requisite experience for equating a Consultant or Specialist (after possessing postgraduate medical degree in the subject) working in the concerned specialty in the minimum 300 bedded ESI Hospitals as Associate Professor shall be more than 10 years with Two Research publication in indexed journal as Ist Author or corresponding author. Such Consultant or Specialist after joining a medical college shall be designated as “Associate Professor.
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