Monday, February 24, 2020

There will be 7320 recruitment for CHO

From July to 2022, there will be 7320 recruitment for CHO

MP native candidates allowed to change the recruitment rules
Under Madhya Pradesh National Health Mission (NHM), the vacancy will be removed for 7320 posts of Community Health Officer in the state by July 2022. This recruitment will be under a separate financial year in four shifts. 11437 health and wellness centers are to be opened in the state. About 10 thousand 20 sub-health centers, 1172 primary health centers and 245 urban primary health centers are proposed in this. Its deadline is December 2022. For this, 10272 posts are to be admitted. For this, NHM has planned to recruit in four shifts to appoint CHOs in them. So far vacancy has been removed for about 4520 posts. Now preparations are being made to recruit the remaining posts.

Four Shift: NHM to recruit under different financial year

Demand to allow the residents of MP: Candidates qualifying for these posts are demanding to appoint the original residents of MP in this recruitment. Has applied for a change in the recruitment rules. In this context, the State Nodal Officer of Health and Wellness Centers has informed the top officials that rules have been framed to provide more employment opportunities to the natives of Madhya Pradesh.
Apart from BAMS, other pathology doctors also get opportunities: In the first vacancy for CHO, only women candidates who have done nursing courses were considered eligible. Against this, the Association of Modern Ayush Doctor MP challenged the rules related to qualification in the High Court. After this, AYUSH related course Bachelor in AYUSH Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) was included. At the same time, male candidates pursuing nursing courses were also included. Now the demand is being raised by the association that candidates other than Ayurveda should also get employment opportunities.

BAMS and other pathi doctors also get opportunities

The original residents of Madhya Pradesh should be given priority in the upcoming recruitment by NHM. This preference should also be found in the unreserved category. Apart from BAMS, doctors of other patients should also get employment opportunities, so they should also be included in the qualification sought for these posts. Strict rules should be prepared for this because the youth in the state are unemployed even after qualifying. As per current rules candidates from outside states get involved easily. -Dr. Yogesh Taran, State President, Association of Modern Ayush Doctor
Here, the AYUSH Medical Officer Merit List was removed: Under the National Health Mission MP National Child Safety Program, for the 710 posts of AYUSH Medical Officer, the recruitment examination was forgotten and the appointment was forgotten. The exam result has also arrived on 31 December. Marks' card of the candidates concerned was also issued, but recently the merit list has been removed instead of giving an appointment.