Superannuation age for medical doctors in Nagaland – Nagaland Post

In the first place, it is never in the interest of Nagaland In-Service Doctors’ Association (NIDA) to confront the Government of Nagaland for any issues. The association being matured, believe that we have rather much to contribute to the healthcare delivery system and contribute to the advancement of medical science in the state. Likewise, the government of Nagaland is also expected to take advantage of the opportunity and utilize the technical expertise and human resources of NIDA to serve the best interest of the government.
Lately, the Superannuation issue has become a matter of contention between NIDA and government of Nagaland. It is very unfortunate that the policy makers failed to understand the finer points of the issue. Instead of building a better relation between the two and addressing the issue with trust, the policy makers have rather used deceptive methods to mislead both the association and the general public of Nagaland.
General public of Nagaland must understand why our state needs enhanced superannuation age for doctors more than any other states in the country.
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Launched on December 3, 1990. Nagaland Post is the first and highest circulated newspaper of Nagaland state. Nagaland Post is also the first newspaper in Nagaland to be published in multi-colour.


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