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The Medical Council of Mauritius will continually promote and regulate good practice of medicine commensurate with highest international quality and standards, with the objective of safeguarding the interests and expectations of patients, the medical profession and the public at large
The Medical Council of Mauritius projects that Mauritius shall become a country free from acts of medical negligence and where the nobleness of the medical profession will be exemplary. The Medical Council of Mauritius must be seen as a body which commands trust and respect from members of the public as well as the medical profession, by virtue of allowing fully qualified medical practitioners having the standard medical education and skills to be registered as medical practitioner. The Medical Council of Mauritius should become a reference regulatory authority not only at regional but also at international level.
This is to inform the general public that by virtue of section 14(2) of the Medical Council Act, the Medical Council of Mauritius has suspended Dr Karam Chandra RAMYEAD from medical practice for a period of six months as from Tuesday March 27, 2018.
March 27, 2018
Recruitment of an Attorney at Law
The Medical Council of Mauritius is a body corporate functioning within the parameters of the Medical Council Act. As such decisions taken by the Medical Council are within the legal framework provided by the Act.
The Medical Council, in this context, invites Expression of Interest from Attorneys who wish to provide their services to the Council.
Expression of interest should be submitted in sealed envelopes clearly marked “Expression of Interest - Attorney at law” and should be addressed to the undersigned.
Applicants are required to enclose a cover letter and curriculum vitae to their application.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Friday February 23, 2018 at 16 00hrs.
Expression of Interest received after prescribed date and time will not be considered.
The Medical Council reserves the right not to accept any expression even the lowest nor will it assign any reason for rejection of same.
(i) Attorneys-at-law should have at least 5 years practice.
(ii) The selected Attorney-at-law should be available to discuss urgent issues even outside normal working hours.
Scope of Work
(i) The Attorney-at-law is expected to instruct Counsel for cases before any courts of law and other instances and draft the relevant pleadings and/or make the necessary motions and/or representations on behalf of the Medical Council.
(ii) The Attorney-at-law is expected to represent the Medical Council before relevant forums, Tribunals and District, Intermediate, Industrial and Supreme Courts.
(iii) The Attorney-at-law is expected to advise on enforcement/implementation of legislations having regard to the management of Medical Council’s affairs and activities.
February 02, 2018
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