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responsible persons? ?Spirometry is actually as easy to conduct and interpret as an ECG and sonography, Dr Salvi said In teaching in medical collegestoospirometry is not given enough stressBarne said Thats one of the reasons why the CRF has developed distance education programmes and a unique online quality assurance programme to promote use of this diagnostic tool all over the country For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBengaluru: Hockey India’s High Performance Director David John on Saturdaysaid Sjoerd Marijne was appointed coach of the national men’s team as he "understood" the Indian culture after working with the women for six months Women’s national hockey coach Marijne was earlier this month named chief coach of the Indian men’s team — a stunning decision given that the Dutchman has no prior experience of handling a senior men’s side File image of Sjoerd Marijne HockeyIndia "Marijne had a slight advantage over others for he understood the Indian culture while he was working with the Indian women’s team for the last six months From that perspective that is really important for having been here before" he told PTIin an interview A section of experts termed Marijne’s appointment a "hurried and surprising" move John further said the appointment was made quickly for the stability of the team ahead of Asia Cup which is scheduled for next month "We had very good applicants in very short period of time The problem was Asia Cup which was ten days away We had to make a decision quickly for the stability of team We made a decision between three applicants very quickly" he said The appointment of new coach would have taken six months and even some more time for him to understand the Indian culture John said "The decision to appoint Marijne was difficult but I am happy with it" he said John said there were three "good applicants" for the post but did not reveal the names Defending the team’s rotation policy John said he does not want players like Harmanpreet Singh and Mandeep Singh to burnout "Harmanpreet and Mandeep are still 21 years only and we want them as assets for next 10 years and if they are breaking down now that is not good for India" he said "Mandeep is not going to Asia cup not because of lack of performance but to manage his welfare for next tournament as we did with Surender Kumar Akashdeep Singh and Harmanpreet" he said "So in terms of rotation policy it would be based on their performance and some some others for managing players’ welfare" he added John further said India are placed better than teams such as Australia because they have players who have already played 50 to 60 matches "Someone like Dipsan Tirkey who has already played 50 to 60 matches hence has a head start on all Australian Dutch and German boys who haven’t had that kind of match experience Yeah we are in much better position than other countries" he said John said the reason behind India beating Belgium and Netherlands twice was the tough competition among players "Players are driving it They want to be No 1 by 2020 We are there to assist them to get there I believe they can because they have been playing good number of matches" he added Written by Dipti Sonawala | Mumbai | Published: December 4 2013 12:52 am Related News The mother of a 15-year-old girl student with learning disability has moved the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (MSCPCR) claiming she could lose her academic year after being misguided by G D Somani School in Cuffe Parade The parent claimed she withdrew her daughter from G D Somani School after being told by the school principal that she wont be able to clear Class X exams since she was a slow learner and that she should get the child admitted to another school named Nalanda. While it was usually available in white or cream colours, Related News Debutant director Guhan Senniappan says the vintage Contessa car, The win over Austria sparked wild celebrations back in Iceland but Lagerback said his players were far more reserved.how to engage in ideological combat, (PICTURES:? has run into trouble with protests against it in Uttar Pradesh. 1984.

there is no end to want and greater need . get one and you desire more the next the other and that which the other possesses” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Updated: June 30 2016 11:33 am The mortuary at JJ Hospital Top News He is neither an MBBS graduate nor a forensic expert He is a Class five dropout But Santosh Sidhu 61 knows how to wield a scalpel cut and stitch a dead body and look for assault marks skills he learnt by observing medical officers Now retired Sidhu claims he conducted more autopsies than medical officers at St George Hospital in South Mumbai where he was posted as a peon but not only swept the floor but also lifted dead bodies conducted autopsies and presented his observations to doctors who signed autopsy reports at the state-run hospital That despite the hospital having 13 medical officers to conduct autopsies was his job profile since 1983 He retired in May 2015 having been a mortuary assistant for 32 years Read | Mumbai’s deadly mortuaries: Bodies stacked atop each other rats scurrying around no new technology in morgues “Ab aur dead body nahiho payega (no more dead bodies now)” he sighs Across the 10 post-mortem centres in Mumbai there is either a shortage of forensic experts or dependence on class IV employees to conduct autopsies Also there are now few takers for post graduate specialisation in forensic sciences Says Dr Pravin Shinghare director at the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) “Very few want to deal with the dead They would rather treat live patients” WATCH:Visuals of Mumbai’s Deadly Mortuaries Where Post-Mortem Workers Risk Their Lives Every Day Since 2013 Maharashtra’s four seats for a diploma in forensics have gone vacant The government offers 19 seats for an MD in forensics In 2014 16 of the 19 seats went vacant in 2015 eight were vacant Read | Mumbai’s deadly mortuaries: Used masks gloves no goggles or boots how post-mortem workers risk their lives every day With fewer doctors specialising in forensics the existing 27 MDs in forensics in Mumbai shoulder the burden of over 60 autopsies each day aided by Class IV workers “India has a low conviction rate indirectly linked with forensics In several cases because the post-mortem reports are erroneous or conducted by inexperienced MBBS doctors the conviction of the accused is affected” said Dr Rajesh Dere assistant professor at Sion hospital’s forensic department In 2011 an MBBS doctor at R N Cooper hospital conducted the autopsy of a post-graduate student Mukund Kedia and stated cause of death in his report as “suggestive of coronary artery heart disease” Kedia was found dead in his Santro car and police suspected foul play A second opinion was taken from KEM Sion and Nair Hospital all of which unanimously stated Kedia died due to smothering not a heart attack This year the Maharashtra Medical Council finally suspended the licence of the Cooper Hospital doctor who wrote the original autopsy report Sidhu discusses how MBBS doctors are not even trained to conduct autopsies After he was transferred from the general ward to the post-mortem center in 1983 Sidhu started observing a forensics expert from JJ hospital and then began cutting bodies himself Data gathered by The Indian Express indicates that of 64 sanctioned posts for doctors in all autopsy centers combined there is a 34 per cent vacancy Five post-mortem centres in Mumbai are handled by the state government three by the civic body and two by DMER The situation is worse in the centres of the state government in which seven posts of 16 have been vacant for two years A new centre at Siddharth hospital has not seen doctors’ posts yet Dr S M Patil police surgeon of the four state-run centers admitted “For the last three years there have been no recruitments I have forwarded the request to the home department several times” The recruitments are conducted by Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) which has been slow in filling up posts The reason for the low interest in forensic sciences is multi-pronged Job opportunities lie in only government hospitals which pay less and private hospitals are not permitted to conduct autopsies Dr Pawan Sabale lecturer at Nair Hospital since 2009 is due for promotion since August 2014 “Despite a vacancy for assistant professor’s post administrative delay has hampered my promotion The civic body and the MPSC are both to be blamed” he complains A lecturer is eligible for promotion to assistant professor after five years of joining service According to Sabale several colleagues quit due to slow growth Share This Article Related Article Like him Dr Vinod Chaudhay waited for two years till 2013 before he quit Nair hospital to join Puducherry-based Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) “I had several seniors lined up for promotion ahead of me None of them was getting promoted on time One waited for 12 years I knew I had to quit to get better growth opportunities” Chaudhay now an assistant professor in forensics at JIPMER said With the pool of forensic experts draining state government police and judiciary is relying heavily on MBBS doctors and unqualified mortuary workers in medico-legal cases An MBBS doctor gains theoretical knowledge from books such as ‘Parikh’s textbook of Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology’ or ‘Modi’s textbook of Medical Jurisprudence’ “Just observing is not enough When they are made to actually conduct one in service they don’t know what to look for” said Dr Indrajit Khandekar forensic expert in Wardha At JJ hospital a 45-year-old Class IV worker who cuts bodies says that whenever a body is brought in if the case is not “high-profile” the medical officer simply stands by the autopsy table They ask what the injuries are and note these down “The entire autopsy is done by us They just come fill the form and sign” says the man who has worked here for 10 years Diwan Singh a retired mortuary attendant from KEM hospital admitted that in the past a worker had accidentally cut open the heart while attempting to open a body for examination “Such incidents happen a lot It can also change the post-mortem results” he said adding that family of deceased was then told that the body was cut accidentally So far neither any guidelines nor any instructions have been issued by the state government for training staffers and medical officers for sensitization in post-mortem procedures They all learn by observing their seniors Patil who heads the state-run centres said “State-run mandate is not there but there are accepted procedures about conducting post-mortems that are followed by everyone” Qualifications for experts MBBS doctor: A plain MBBS is supposed to observe not conduct 10 autopsies during graduation Therefore there is no hands-on-experience until they conduct their first post-mortem Several doctors The Indian Express spoke to admitted to have bunked autopsy classes in mortuaries due to either foul smell or lack of interest Diploma in Forensics: This is a one-year course pursued after graduation which mandates autopsies by the student under supervision MD in forensic medicine: This is a two-year course at post-graduate level An MD is eligible for the post of lecturer in a medical college Concern over autopsy conditions Dr Indrajit Khandekar in-charge of state’s first Clinical Forensic Medicine Unit (CFMU) summarised the current autopsy services as “inadequate incomplete loose and lackadaisical hence not reliable” adding “Such records are stumbling blocks in administration of criminal justice system” Khandekar filed a public interest litigation in 2013 drawing attention towards the state of post mortem centers in Maharashtra and has also submitted his recommendations to improve current practices in a study in 2013 MBBS course lines up no practical session for post-mortem except for observation of 10 autopsies The report advises to have practical tests in curriculum A three-part series on poor safety standards and infrastructure at post-mortem centres Part III For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News Related News Director Chimbu Deven says the biggest advantage of making fantasy films is that they don’t have a language barrier and can easily appeal to everybody across all age groups. 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