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SIMER College of Nursing, SIMER College of B.Sc Medical Lab Technology and SIMER College of Physiotherapy, Guntur - Show Cause Notice



GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
ABSTRACT
 Nursing Education  - SIMER College of Nursing,  Joseph Nagar, Guntur - Certain deficiencies noticed and communicated - Show Cause Notice - Issued.

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HEALTH, MEDICAL AND FAMILY WELFARE (C2) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 62                                                                           Dated: 08-02-2016
                                                                                            Read the following:

1.    G.O.Ms.No.358, HM&FW (K2) Deptt, dated:30.09.2004
2.    From the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada, Lr.No.6905/A5/Nsg/04, dated:28.04.2015.
3.    G.O.Ms.No.57, HM & FW (C2) Dept., dated.10.06.2015.
     4.  Hon’ble  APHC orders dt:28.7.2015 WP No. 14225 and  17765
     5. From the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada,
           Lr.No.6905/A5/Nsg/04, dated.25.08.2015.

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O R D E R:

In the G.O 1st read above,  orders were issued according permission to Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur to start BSc (Nursing) course of 4 years duration in Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Nursing , Lalpuram Road, Guntur.
2.       In the letter  2nd read above, the  Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada has informed that, number of allegations were received from the students against the management of Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur about certain kind of irregularities happened at the college. He has also stated that the University conducted inspection and enquired the matter and found that Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur is not suitable to impart training among others to B.Sc.(Nursing) students in all aspects like providing teaching and clinical facilities and in view of other kind of complaints.
3.       He has further reported  that the entire matter was placed before the Executive Council of the University and the Council after thorough examination of the whole issue, unanimously resolved in its 215th  Executive Council meeting  dated;13.02.2015 to disaffiliate  various colleges under SIMER (Satya Academy of Technical Education), Guntur and to distribute the existing students into other colleges.
4.       In pursuance of the Executive Council resolution,  Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of  B.Sc. Nursing, Guntur which was established by Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur was disaffiliated among others from the University with immediate effect vide letter dated.31.03.2015 and  it was resolved that in due course, the existing students would  be accommodated in nearby colleges.
5.       The Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS has requested the Government to arrange to cancel the Essentiality Certificate issued to Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Nursing, Lalpuram Road, Guntur established by  Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur and arrange to intimate the same to  Dr.NTRUHS.
6.       The Government after careful consideration of the whole issue and the  proposal of  Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS  to cancel the Essentiality Certificates issued to the following college established by Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur in view of the unanimous Resolution of the 215th  Executive Council  meeting of Dr.NTRUHS  held on 13.2.2015, has ordered for cancellation of the Essentiality Certificate issued  to  SIMER in G.O.Ms.No.358, HM&FW (K2) Deptt, dated:30.09.2004, Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur  was permitted to start B.Sc. Nursing  course in Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Nursing,  Lalpuram Road,  Guntur in the G.O 3rd read above.
7.       The Director of Medical Education, AP and the Registrar, Dr. NTRUHS were also instructed in the aforementioned G.O to take necessary action to accommodate  the students  who are pursuing  BPT, B.Sc (MLT) and B.Sc (N) courses in the nearby colleges duly following the procedure in vogue.

8.       Aggrieved by the above orders, the management of SIMER approached Hon’ble High Court by filing WP No.14255 and 17765/2015. The Hon’ble APHC has delivered judgment dt 28.07.2015 in the above referred WP No. 14225 and 17765 of 2015. The relevant portion of the common order is extracted below:
This Court also perused G.O.Ms.No.57, Health, Medical & Family Welfare (C2) Department, dated 10.06.2015, which is almost a replica of the order of the University dated 31.03.2015. The Government appears to have passed the said order without giving any notice, merely based on the report submitted by the respondent University. The order of permissions granted in G.O.Ms.Nos.656 and 657, dated 07.11.2003 contain the safeguard of fifteen days notice for showing cause against cancellation of permission and it reads as follows:
“In the circumstances, the impugned order in proceedings No.6905/A5/Nsg/04 dated 31.03.2015 passed by the respondent University, and G.O.Ms.No.57, Health, Medical & Family Welfare (C2) Department, dated 10.06.2015, are set aside, but, giving liberty to the respondent University to issue a fresh show cause notice with specific charges in respect of each college specifically alleging the grounds of irregularities and serve the same on the respective colleges within a period of fifteen days from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. It is open to the respective colleges to submit their explanation within a period of fifteen days from the date of receipt of the show cause notice, and, after receipt of explanation within the time specified, the respondent University shall consider the explanation with the available material on record and pass a final order in respect of each college within thirty days thereafter.
Independent of the above procedure, the first respondent shall issue appropriate show cause notice to the petitioner, who is running three colleges, if the first respondent wants to cancel the Essentiality Certificates, and give sufficient time to the petitioner for submitting its explanation. After considering the explanation, the first respondent shall take an independent decision by considering the explanation as well as the report of the University and pass appropriate orders thereon.
Both the Writ Petitions are allowed subject to the course of action indicated above. The status quo order granted by this Court on 07.05.2015 shall continue till the date of passing of final orders by the University and the Government. The miscellaneous petitions pending, if any, shall stand closed.  
 There shall be no order as to costs.”
9.       In the letter 5th read above, the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada has reported that the inspection committee appointed by the University has noticed the following  deficiencies/lapses/ irregularities in respect of SIMER College of B.Sc.M.L.T.,  Guntur.

I. Deficiencies observed with regard to faculty:
a)    Only 2-3 faculty are found to teach all the students (1 M.Sc.(N); 1 B.Sc(N) & 1 M.Sc.(Micro) for all 3 programmes in B.Sc.(N), B.Sc(MLT) and BPT).

b)   Professor cum Principal – Fresher with 1 year experience and No other faculty. Management people, Director and Correspondents are taking the classes.
c)    No Librarian
d)    Students have clearly stated that they are preparing for exams on their own.
II. Deficiencies observed with regard to infrastructure:
a)    B.Sc.(Nursing), B.Sc.(MLT) and BPT are in same building
b)   Maintenance of building is very poor and not ideal
c)    Own building, but the management is not able to provide the necessary documents required by the University.
d)    Sanitation facilities are not good.
e)    No provision for safe drinking water, adequate water, students are buying water for drinking and domestic purpose.
f)     No boys hostel.
g)    No proper plan for any programme
h)    No power supply to the entire college building and it is found that the electrical wires are disconnected.
i)  No Med net  facilities in Library.
j) Conditions of the Labs, class rooms, Principal room, hostel and
    the surroundings are very unhygienic and not properly      
      maintained.
   k) They are paying extra amount (Rs.500/- to Rs.1000/-) as per             
        community basis regarding mess apart from their scholarship
        amount.

III.         Deficiencies observed with regard to Clinical Training:
a)    No Rural Community and Urban Community centre attached to the Institute in addition to the 200 bedded hospital facilities.
b)   Demonstration room is not equipped with 10 beds and there is no wash basin.
c)    During Enquiry, students revealed that since two years, they are not going to any other hospital.

IV.          Deficiencies observed with regard to Labs:
a)    Lab equipment, Linen not yet replaced.
b)   No separate labs for Microbiology, Pathology and Biochemistry Departments.
c)    No separate labs for B.Sc.(MLT) and BPT courses.

10.     Government after careful examination of the matter, has observed  that the management has failed to follow the   conditions stipulated in G.O.Ms.No.358, HM&FW (K2) Deptt, dated:30.09.2004 wherein  permission was accorded to Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Nursing and therefore hereby direct the Management of Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur  to show cause as to why the permission accorded to the Management of Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Nursing, Guntur should not be cancelled and students of the said institute  shall be shifted to other institutions in view of the deficiencies/lapses/irregularities  pointed out  by the inspection  committees.

11.     If no reply is received with in 15 days of time from the date of receipt of this notice, it will be construed that the Management has no reply / explanation to offer and further action will be taken as per rules in force.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

                                       POONAM MALAKONDAIAH
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
To
The Principal
SIMER College of Nursing,
Lalpuram Road, Joseph Nagar
Guntur.

The Secretary & Correspondent
Sathya Academy of Technical Education,
Sreenivasaraopet, Guntur-522004.

The DME, AP, Hyderabad
The Registrar, Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada.
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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
ABSTRACT
  Nursing Education  - SIMER College of B.Sc Medical Lab Technology, Guntur  – Certain deficiencies noticed and communicated - Show Cause Notice – Issued.
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HEALTH, MEDICAL AND FAMILY WELFARE (C2) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 63                                                             Dated: 08-02-2016
                                                                                    Read the following:

4.   G.O.Ms.No.657, HM&FW (K2) Deptt, dated:07-11-2003
5.   From the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada, Lr.No.6905/A5/Nsg/04, dated:28.04.2015.
6.   G.O.Ms.No.57, HM & FW (C2) Dept., dated.10.06.2015.
7.   APHC orders dt:28.7.2015 WP No. 14225 and  17765 of 2015.
8.   From the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada, 
  Lr.No.2029/A7/B.Sc.(MLT)/ 03, dated.25.08.2015.


O R D E R:


In the G.O 1st read above,  orders were issued according permission to Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur to start B.Sc M.L.T course in  Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research College of Medical Lab Technology, Nethaji colony Extension, Guntur.

2.       In the letter  2nd read above, the  Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada has reported that a  number of allegations were received from the students against the management of Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur about certain kind of irregularities happened at the college. He has further reported  that the University conducted inspection and enquired the matter and found that Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur is not suitable to impart training among others  to and B.Sc.(MLT) students in all aspects like providing teaching and clinical facilities and in view of other kind of complaints.
3.       He has further reported  that the entire matter was placed before the Executive Council of the University and the Council after thorough examination of the whole issue, unanimously resolved in its 215th  Executive Council meeting  dated;13.02.2015 to disaffiliate various colleges under SIMER (Satya Academy of Technical Education), Guntur and to distribute the existing students into other colleges.
4.       In pursuance of the Executive Council resolution, Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research College of B.Sc. MLT, Guntur which was established by Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur was disaffiliated among others from the University with immediate effect vide letter dated.31.03.2015 and it was resolved that  in due course, the existing students would  be accommodated in nearby colleges.
5.       The Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS has requested the Government to arrange to cancel the Essentiality Certificate, issued to Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research College of B.Sc. MLT, Nethajee Colony Extension, Guntur established by the Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur and arrange to intimate the same to Dr.NTRUHS.
6.       The Government after careful consideration of the whole issue and the  proposal of  Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS  to cancel the Essentiality Certificates  issued to the following college established by Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur in view of the unanimous Resolution of the 215th   Executive Council  meeting of Dr.NTRUHS  held on 13.2.2015, has ordered for cancellation of the Essentiality Certificate issued to  SIMER in G.O.Ms.No.657, HM&FW (K2) Deptt, dated:07.11.2003, Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur  was permitted to start B.Sc. MLT course in Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Medical Lab Technology,  Nethajee Colony Extension, Guntur  in the G.O 3rd read above.
7.   The Director of Medical Education, A.P.  and the Registrar, Dr. NTRUHS  were also instructed in the aforementioned G.O to take necessary action to accommodate  the students  who are pursuing  BPT, B.Sc (MLT) and B.Sc(N) courses in the nearby colleges duly following the procedure in vogue.

8.       Aggrieved by the above orders, the management of SIMER approached Hon’ble High Court by filing WP No.14255 and 17765/2015. The Govt. The Hon’ble APHC has delivered judgment dt 28.07.2015 in the above referred WP No. 14225 and  17765 of 2015. The relevant portion of the common order is extracted below:
This Court also perused G.O.Ms.No.57, Health, Medical & Family Welfare (C2) Department, dated 10.06.2015, which is almost a replica of the order of the University dated 31.03.2015. The Government appears to have passed the said order without giving any notice, merely based on the report submitted by the respondent University. The order of permissions granted in G.O.Ms.Nos.656 and 657, dated 07.11.2003 contain the safeguard of fifteen days notice for showing cause against cancellation of permission and it reads as follows:
“In the circumstances, the impugned order in proceedings No.6905/A5/Nsg/04 dated 31.03.2015 passed by the respondent University, and G.O.Ms.No.57, Health, Medical & Family Welfare (C2) Department, dated 10.06.2015, are set aside, but, giving liberty to the respondent University to issue a fresh show cause notice with specific charges in respect of each college specifically alleging the grounds of irregularities and serve the same on the respective colleges within a period of fifteen days from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. It is open to the respective colleges to submit their explanation within a period of fifteen days from the date of receipt of the show cause notice, and, after receipt of explanation within the time specified, the respondent University shall consider the explanation with the available material on record and pass a final order in respect of each college within thirty days thereafter.
Independent of the above procedure, the first respondent shall issue appropriate show cause notice to the petitioner, who is running three colleges, if the first respondent wants to cancel the Essentiality Certificates, and give sufficient time to the petitioner for submitting its explanation. After considering the explanation, the first respondent shall take an independent decision by considering the explanation as well as the report of the University and pass appropriate orders thereon.
Both the Writ Petitions are allowed subject to the course of action indicated above. The status quo order granted by this Court on 07.05.2015 shall continue till the date of passing of final orders by the University and the Government. The miscellaneous petitions pending, if any, shall stand closed.  
 There shall be no order as to costs.”
           
9.    In the letter 5th read above, the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada has reported that the inspection committee appointed by the University has noticed the following  deficiencies/lapses/ irregularities in respect of SIMER College of Nursing, Guntur.


I.             Deficiencies observed with regard to Faculty:
a)   Only 2 -3 faculty are found to teach all the students (1 M.Sc.(N); 1 B.Sc.(N) and 1 M.Sc.(Micro) for all 3 programmes in B.Sc.(N), B.Sc.(MLT) and (BPT).

b)   Professor cum Principal – Fresher with 1 year experience and No other faculty.  Management people, Director and Correspondents are taking the classes.

c)   No Librarian.
d)   Students have clarify stated that they are preparing for exams on their own .

e)   The residential address of the Principal is at Warangal, whereas the college is situated at Guntur.


f)    The faculty ID forms are NOT supported with required documents.  Towards which no explanation is received till date.

II.           Deficiencies  observed with regard to infrastructure:
a)   B.Sc.(Nursing),B.Sc.(MLT) and BPT are in same building.
b)   Maintenance of building is very poor and not ideal
c)   Own building, but the management is not able to provide the necessary documents required by the University.

d)   Sanction facilities are NOT GOOD.
e)   No provision for safe drinking water, adequate water, students are buying water for drinking and domestic purpose.

f)    NO BOYS Hostel.
g)   No proper plan for any programme.
h)   No power supply to the entire college building and it is found that the electrical wires are disconnected.

i)     No med net facilities in Library.
j)    Conditions of the Labs, class rooms, Principal room, hostel and the surroundings are very unhygienic and not properly maintained.

k)   They are paying extra amount (Rs.500/- to Rs.1000/-) as per community basis regarding mess apart from their scholarship amount.


III.         Deficiencies observed with regard to Clinical Training:
d)   No Rural Community and Urban Community centre attached to the Institute in addition to the 200 bedded hospital facilities.

e)   Demonstration room is not equipped with 10 beds and there is no wash basin.


f)    During Enquiry, students revealed that since two years, they are not going to any other hospital.

IV.         Deficiencies observed with regard to Labs:
d)   Lab equipment, Linen not yet replaced.
e)   No separate labs for Microbiology, Pathology and Biochemistry Departments.

f)    No separate labs for B.Sc.(MLT) and BPT courses.

10.     Government after careful examination of the matter, has observed that the management has failed to follow the conditions stipulated in G.O.Ms.No.657, Health, Medical and Family Welfare (K2) Department, dated:07.11.2003 wherein  permission was accorded to Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of B.Sc M.L.T  and therefore hereby direct the Management of Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur  to show cause as to why the permission accorded to the Management of Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College
                                                                                          

of of B.Sc M.L.T, Guntur should not be cancelled and students of the said institution  shall be shifted to other institutions in view of the deficiencies/ lapses/irregularities pointed out by the inspection  committees.

11.     If no reply is received with in 15 days of time from the date of receipt of this notice, it will be construed that the Management has no reply / explanation to offer and further action will be taken as per rules in force.

( BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

       POONAM MALAKONDAIAH
     PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT



To
The Principal
Satya Institute of Medical Institute and Research
College of B.Sc Medical Lab Technology
Nethaji Colony Extension, Guntur.

The Secretary  and Management
Sathya Academy of Technical Education,
Sreenivasaraopet,  Guntur-522004.

The Registrar, Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences ,
 Vijayawada.


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GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH
ABSTRACT
Nursing Education - SIMER College of Physiotherapy, Guntur-  Certain deficiencies noticed and communicated - Show Cause Notice - Issued.

HEALTH, MEDICAL AND FAMILY WELFARE (C2) DEPARTMENT
G.O.RT.No. 64                                                                        Dated: 08-02-2016
                                                                                         Read the following:

9.    G.O.Ms.No.656, HM&FW (K2) Deptt, dated:07-11-2003
10. From the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada, Lr.No.6905/A5/Nsg/04, dated:28.04.2015.
11. G.O.Ms.No.57, HM & FW (C2) Dept., dated.10.06.2015.
12. APHC orders dt:28.7.2015 WP No. 14225 and  17765 of 2015.
13. From the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada, Lr.No.656/A1/03, dated.25.08.2015.

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O R D E R:

In the G.O 1st read above,  orders were issued according permission to Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur to start Bachelor of Physiotherapy(BPT) in Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research College of Physiotherapy, Lalpuram Road, Guntur.
2.       In the letter  2nd read above, the  Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada has reported  that a  number of allegations were received from the students against the management of Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur about certain kind of irregularities happened at the college.  He has further reported that the University conducted inspection and enquired the matter and found that Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur is not suitable to impart training to among others  BPT students in all aspects like providing teaching and clinical facilities and in view of other kind of complaints.
3.       He has further reported  that the entire matter was placed before the Executive Council of the University and the Council after thorough examination of the whole issue, unanimously resolved in its 215th  Executive Council meeting  dated;13.02.2015 to disaffiliate various colleges under SIMER (Satya Academy of Technical Education), Guntur and to distribute the existing students into other colleges.
4.       In pursuance of the Executive Council resolution,  Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research College of Physiotherapy, Guntur which was established by Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur was disaffiliated among others  from the University with immediate effect vide letter dated.31.03.2015 and it was resolved that in due course, the existing students would  be accommodated in nearby colleges.
5.       The Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS has requested the Government to arrange to cancel the Essentiality Certificate, issued to the  Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research College of Physiotherapy, Guntur  established by Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur and arrange to intimate the same to Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences .
6.       The Government after careful consideration of the whole issue and the  proposal of  Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS  to cancel the Essentiality Certificates issued to the following college established by Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur in view of the unanimous Resolution of the 215th  Executive Council  meeting of Dr.NTRUHS  held on 13.2.2015, has ordered for cancellation of the Essentiality Certificate issued  to  SIMER in G.O.Ms.No.656, HM&FW (K2) Department, dated:07.11.2003, Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur  was permitted to start BPT course in Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Physiotherapy,  Lalpuram Road, Joseph Nagar, Guntur  in the G.O 3rd read above.
7.       The Director of Medical Education, AP and the Registrar, Dr. NTRUHS  were also instructed in the aforementioned G.O to take necessary action to accommodate  the students  who are pursuing  BPT, B.Sc (MLT) and B.Sc (N) courses in the nearby colleges duly following the procedure in vogue.

8.       Aggrieved by the above orders, the management of SIMER approached Hon’ble High Court by filing WP No.14255 and 17765/2015.The Hon’ble APHC has delivered judgment dt 28.07.2015 in the above referred WP No. 14225 and 17765 of 2015. The relevant portion of the common order is extracted below:
This Court also perused G.O.Ms.No.57, Health, Medical & Family Welfare (C2) Department, dated 10.06.2015, which is almost a replica of the order of the University dated 31.03.2015. The Government appears to have passed the said order without giving any notice, merely based on the report submitted by the respondent University. The order of permissions granted in G.O.Ms.Nos.656 and 657, dated 07.11.2003 contain the safeguard of fifteen days notice for showing cause against cancellation of permission and it reads as follows:
“In the circumstances, the impugned order in proceedings No.6905/A5/Nsg /04, dated 31.03.2015 passed by the respondent University, and G.O.Ms.No.57, Health, Medical & Family Welfare (C2) Department, dated 10.06.2015, are set aside, but, giving liberty to the respondent University to issue a fresh show cause notice with specific charges in respect of each college specifically alleging the grounds of irregularities and serve the same on the respective colleges within a period of fifteen days from the date of receipt of a copy of this order. It is open to the respective colleges to submit their explanation within a period of fifteen days from the date of receipt of the show cause notice, and, after receipt of explanation within the time specified, the respondent University shall consider the explanation with the available material on record and pass a final order in respect of each college within thirty days thereafter.
Independent of the above procedure, the first respondent shall issue appropriate show cause notice to the petitioner, who is running three colleges, if the first respondent wants to cancel the Essentiality Certificates, and give sufficient time to the petitioner for submitting its explanation. After considering the explanation, the first respondent shall take an independent decision by considering the explanation as well as the report of the University and pass appropriate orders thereon.
Both the Writ Petitions are allowed subject to the course of action indicated above. The status quo order granted by this Court on 07.05.2015 shall continue till the date of passing of final orders by the University and the Government. The miscellaneous petitions pending, if any, shall stand closed.  
 There shall be no order as to costs.”
9.       In the letter 5th read above, the Registrar, Dr.NTRUHS, Vijayawada has reported that the inspection committee appointed by the University has noticed the following deficiencies/lapses/ irregularities in respect of SIMER College of Physiotherapy, Guntur.

I. Deficiencies observed with regard to faculty:
e)    Only 2-3 faculty are found to teach all the students (1 M.Sc.(N); 1 B.Sc (N) & 1 M.Sc.(Micro) for all 3 programmes in B.Sc.(N), B.Sc (MLT) and BPT).

f)     Professor cum Principal – Fresher with 1 year experience and No other faculty. Management people, Director and Correspondents are taking the classes.
g)    No Librarian
h)    Students have clearly stated that they are preparing for exams on their own.
II. Deficiencies observed with regard to infrastructure:
i)     B.Sc.(Nursing), B.Sc.(MLT) and BPT are in same building
j)     Maintenance of building is very poor and not ideal
k)    Own building, but the management is not able to provide the necessary documents required by the University.
l)     Sanitation facilities are not good.
m)  No provision for safe drinking water, adequate water. Students are buying water for drinking and domestic purpose.
n)    No boys hostel.
o)   No proper plan for any programme
p)   No power supply to the entire college building and it is found that the electrical wires are disconnected.
i)  No Med net  facilities in Library.
j) Conditions of the Labs, class rooms, Principal room, hostel and the    
   surroundings are very unhygienic and not properly maintained.
    k) They are paying extra amount (Rs.500/- to Rs.1000/-) as per    
         community basis regarding mess apart from their scholarship         
         amount.
III.        Deficiencies observed with regard to Clinical Training:
g)    No Rural Community and Urban Community centre attached to the Institute in addition to the 200 bedded hospital facilities.
h)    Demonstration room is not equipped with 10 beds and there is no wash basin.
i)     During Enquiry, students revealed that since two years, they are not going to any other hospital.

IV.         Deficiencies observed with regard to Labs:

g)    Lab equipment, Linen not yet replaced.
h)    No separate labs for Microbiology, Pathology and Biochemistry Departments.
i)     No separate labs for B.Sc.(MLT) and BPT courses.

10.     Government after careful examination of the matter, has observed that the management has failed to follow the conditions stipulated in G.O.Ms.No.656, HM&FW (K2) Deptt, dated:07.11.2003 wherein  permission was accorded to Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Physiotherapy and therefore hereby direct the Management of Satya Academy of Technical Education, Guntur  to show cause as to why the permission accorded to the Management of Satya Institute of Medical Education and Research (SIMER) College of Physiotherapy, Guntur should not be cancelled and students of the said institution  shall be shifted to other institutions in view of the deficiencies/lapses/irregularities  pointed out by the inspection  committees.

11.     If no reply is received with in 15 days of time from the date of receipt of this notice, it will be construed that the Management has no reply / explanation to offer and further action will be taken as per rules in force.

(BY ORDER AND IN THE NAME OF THE GOVERNOR OF ANDHRA PRADESH)

                                                  POONAM MALAKONDAIAH
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT

To
The Principal
SIMER College of Physiotherapy,
Lakshmipuram Road, Guntur.
The Secretary and  Correspondent
Sathya Academy of Technical Edu
cation,
Sreenivasaraopet, Guntur-522004.

The Registrar, Dr.NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada
                                                                                  


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