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if they are acquitted, The Election Commission will do well to appoint a non-Tamilian and someone who is not a government employee as returning officer,” Centralised admissions to senior secondary classes in government schools will,however be conducted after the results for Class X board examinations are declared in May According to officials of the education department the Common Admission Schedule for Class XI admissions is likely to be released by June For the past two years there were 12925 seats for Class XI at the 37 senior secondary schools across the city At 6000 the maximum number of seats were available in humanities followed by around 300 seats in the science stream and about 2000 each in commerce and vocational courses For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: April 8 2016 2:07 am Related News At JJ Hospital an ophthamology student says it’s a “do or die situation” for the 450 resident doctors who continued their strike for the fifth day They say they will end it only if the hospital’s dean Dr TP Lahane is transferred or sent on leave “Either he will leave or we will work under his fear” claimed the student On Thursday the ophthamology department at JJ which generally attends to over 500 patients daily in its out-patient department operated only 24 patients Generally bustling with patients from across the state the entire campus was quiet with all resident doctors in their hostel rooms and patients being forced to visit other government hospitals Share This Article Related Article “A lot of surgeries except the urgent ones have been postponed” said Dr Parameshwar Satpathy president of JJ Hospital’s Maharashtra Association of Resident Doctors (MARD) With the agitation intesifying 4500 resident doctors from across the state will now join the indefinite strike from Friday against Lahane and ophthamology department head Dr Ragini Parekh who has been sent on leave following an order by education minister Vinod Tawde According to second year student Priyanka Singh students in the ophthamology department are not allowed to perform major eye surgeries including cataract and are forced to perform clerical jobs of filing documents and preparing patients for surgery “We have also been verbally abused” she said Another student Wafi Ansari said that ophthamology students in KEM Hospital are allowed to perform cataract surgery in the first year “Here we do not even know how to conduct surgery on our own” he said Denying all allegations made by the students Parekh told The Indian Express “The patients come from far to get operated by Lahane or me We cannot allow students to perform the entire surgery if they don’t have a steady hand In case of the eye the patient may lose their sight” She said that cataract procedures are mostly operated by either her or Lahane but students are allowed to participate in stages and perform minor procedures On the cataract register the hospital maintains all surgeries are either under Parekh’s name or Lahane’s But since Sunday with resident doctors unavailable and Laane and Parekh forced to not conduct surgery the hospitals’ 500 weekly surgeries suffered a setback Resident doctors have now demanded Lahane’s temporary removal until an inquiry into complaints of students from the ophthamology department is over The decision to act against Lahane who has been the dean since 2010 materialised after the night of April 1 when nine students from the ophthamology department knocked on the door of the hospital’s MARD president pleading for help “We have been hearing about their issues with the department head for a long time” said Satpathy JJ’s ophthamology department has 12 doctors on protest while six third year doctors are preparing for exams According to students this is the first time such a strong stand has been taken agains the dean With a huge hap in doctors patients are now being transferred to Nair hospital for treatment With the state joining the strike however healthcare services in government hospitals are set to be hit on Friday On Thursday legislative council chairman Ramraje Nimbalkar said “Considering a patient’s importance the government should enforce MESMA against striking doctors” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Meghna Malik | Updated: September 14 2015 11:13 am PU student council president Jasmeen Kang (Express Photo) Related News You managed to win by a huge margin How do you think that happened We were confident of establishing a win in the elections but none of us had anticipated such a huge margin Few days before the elections we were hoping that there would be a margin of about 500 votes at the most But seeing the results I was so pleasantly surprised The amount of faith that the students have put in me is overwhelming and at the same time it increases my sense of responsibility towards them One of the few things that I now intend to do is to restore their faith in the Students’ Council by actually delivering on all the promises made Students now have grown to believe that the Students’ Council does not really work for them I intend on changing that mindset So what lies on the road ahead To begin with we have started some groundwork for issues that students face in the hostels Students have been approaching the council with any major or minor issues faced by them and we are now making plans to act accordingly For instance one of the priorities is to get solar heaters installed in the hostels before winters On the other hand we will also be working towards starting a bus shuttle service between the two campuses of PU We are also in the process of planning for Aagaz the freshers’ party for the new students There has been some delay in the beginning of work because of the delay in the swearing-in ceremony But now that the swearing-in ceremony has been scheduled for September 17 work should start soon And what are the long-term plans that you plan on implementing by the end of your tenure We will submit a memorandum to the Dean Students Welfare regarding the need for a new girls’ hostel There is a serious shortage of space for girls and that issue needs to be dealt with In addition to this we are planning to request for a separate hostel for the research scholars Also we need to set up a fixed time for the enrollment and availing of scholarships for the research scholars Parking is another major issue faced by the students and staff members at PU which is why we will put forward a recommendation for the setting up of a multi-level parking facility on the campus Problem is parking cannot be done at or near the entry gates to the university as there is hardly any space there Students of the university recently voted for a ban on student four-wheelers inside the academic areas Have you had a meeting about this with the PU authorities Since the council’s office has not been set up yet no official meetings have been held so far about this issue But there is one fallacy in this referendum The authorities have asked the students of North Campus to vote for the South Campus too and vice-versa Considering the fact that students of a campus only understand the concerns limited to their own campus I do not think this is justified But yes perhaps banning student four-wheelers in the academic areas should help with the traffic issues within campus to some extent SOI has been planning for a membership drive and has also fared well in the Delhi University elections What lies next for the party We intend on increasing the reach of the party in Punjab and eventually throughout the country then For the same the membership drive will start by the first week of October And considering the way we have performed in the DU elections soon we will also create a strong foothold in the national capital How has the support been from the senior party members Since the very beginning the senior party members have been very supportive Our coordinator Parambans Bunty Romana Sir has constantly been helping us with any issues that we face In addition to this what is great about this year’s Students’ Council is that the office-bearers are from four different parties – SOI HIMSU INSO and NSO This ensures us support from all parties and we can also address everyone’s issues It also gives us more room for discussion and in the process we will be able to deal with the problems faced by students in a better more organised way And out of the four-office bearers there are two girl candidates and that makes it easier for the girl students as well to approach us with their issues Ideally this is the best panel one could have hoped for and we very much intend on delivering to our best possible capabilities How have things changed since the elections During the elections I used to be on the campus by 7 am campaigning and getting other work done Now that the elections are over meeting students over their issues and plans for the upcoming year keep me busy We are in the process of planning a trip to Vaishno Devi for the students which is likely to happen in October For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News “I managed to give them a Rs 500 rupee note and get change in return. 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