The crime took place near the power channel between Netaji Chowk to Goudpali, just 500 metre away from VIMSAR premises. Police said Kapila was admitted to VIMSAR on April 5.
As per the notification, eligible candidates have been invited to attend the walk-in interview scheduled on April 13.
Official sources in VIMSAR said the appointment procedure has been delayed due to enforcement of the model code of conduct for the just-concluded panchayat elections.
As per the court’s direction, the State counsel informed the court that a banker’s cheque of Rs 50,000 drawn in favour of the opposite party has been handed over to Kalet.
Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Burla director Dr Lalit Meher has applied for voluntary retirement citing health reasons.
Born in 1919, Jitendriya was the one of the 32 persons who took part in the Quit India Movement from Panimora village in 1942 and jailed.
Though Covid norms are being strictly followed and the staff taking all precautionary steps, the hospital may witness an acute shortage of doctors and paramedics if the infection spreads.
The deceased, a 45-year-old woman from the Balangir district, had succumbed while undergoing treatment at VIMSAR in Burla.
Bargarh CDMO Arun Patra said the screening camp will help in diagnosing cancer cases at an early stage. The camp will be conducted till a cancer hospital is set up here.
At least 28 workers suffered burn injuries after a massive fire raged through a gutkha manufacturing unit at Pardhiapali within Ainthapali police limits here on Monday.
At least 25 workers of the factory suffered injuries in the accident and have been shifted to Veer Surendra Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (VIMSAR), Burla, for treatment
Due to the current dearth of ICU beds, several patients are forced to visit private hospitals and cannot avail the benefits of government health schemes.
As per the plan, the library-cum-canteen complex will be a five-storey building and developed over 4,000 sq ft area on the premises of VIMSAR.
Total number of infected MBBS students reaches 74 in the medical college
Though no fresh cases have been detected in the last two days, the hospital authorities are carrying out contact tracing to prevent further spread of the virus.