MSCL Work Reviewed

SRINAGAR — The meeting of Jammu and Kashmir Medical Supplies Corporation Limited (JKMSCL) was reviewed here and the officers were asked to ensure timely availability of drugs in the government hospitals.

Principal Secretary Health and Medical Education, Atal Dulloo,  chaired the fourth Board of Directors (BoD) meeting of JKMSCL,a fully owned company of state government.

During the meeting, Managing Director (MD), JKMSCL, gave the detailed presentation “about the functioning of the Corporation and also provided the status report of the corporation upto September 2018.”

He also informed the officers in the meeting “about various financial implications and issues faced by the corporation with regards to the infrastructure and human resource.”

Chairman JKMSCL, Atal Dulloo, was informed about the various decisions taken during the third Board of Directors meeting and their implementations.

The Chairman gave directions for certain decisions which are yet to be implemented. Asking the Finance Department to bring a better change in fund flow to the corporation, Atal said that the Corporation holds the greater “significance in the health sector in the state.”

He impressed on the concerned officials to ensure availability of adequate quantity of medicine in the hospitals so “that the patients do not have to run from pillar to post to get the same.” He directed for maintaining the quality and standards of medicine provided to patients adding the supplies “should be tested before getting used by patients.”

Chairman JKMSCL also reviewed the ware “housing and storage capacity of the Corporation in the State.”




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