The Government of GOA, National Health Mission has issued a notification for the recruitment of 49 Ayush Doctor, General Physician and various posts vacancies.
Educational qualification for National Health Mission recruitment 2017 must be a qualifications and other requirements for the different categories of posts. National Health Mission General Physician Advertisement 2017 candidates age limit must have minimum 22 years and maximum 42 years as on 1st December, 2016 and age relaxation information for OBC, SC/ST category candidates as per govt rules. Shortlist job applicants’ selection will be based on interview NRHM Goa Ayush Doctor Recruitment 2017.
Name of the Post (Designation): Ayush Doctor, General Physician and various post
Educational Qualification: The educational qualifications and other requirements for the different categories of posts
Age Limit: 22-42yrs
Selection Procedure: Interview
Walk in Interview with Dates: 20th-30th available
The Medical Officer of Primary Health Centre (PHC) is responsible for implementing all activities grouped under Health and Family Welfare delivery system in PHC area. He/she is responsible in his individual capacity, as well as over all in charge. It is not possible to enumerate all his tasks. However, by virtue of his designation, it is implied that he will be solely responsible for the proper functioning of the PHC, and activities in relation to RCH, NRHM and other national programs.
The Union Cabinet vide its decision dated 1st May 2013 has approved the launch of National Urban Health Mission (NUHM) as a Sub-mission of an over-arching National Health Mission (NHM), with National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) being the other Sub-mission of National Health Mission. NHM has six financing components: (i) NRHM-RCH Flexipool, (ii) NUHM Flexipool, (iii) Flexible pool for Communicable disease, (iv) Flexible pool for Non communicable disease including Injury and Trauma, (v) Infrastructure Maintenance and (vi) Family Welfare Central Sector component. Within the broad national parameters and priorities, states would have the flexibility to plan and implement state specific action plans. The state PIP would spell out the key strategies, activities undertaken, budgetary requirements and key health outputs and outcomes. The State PIPs would be an aggregate of the district/city health action plans, and include activities to be carried out at the state level. The state PIP will also include all the individual district/city plans. This has several advantages: one, it will strengthen local planning at the district/city level, two, it would ensure approval of adequate resources for high priority district action plans, and three, enable communication of approvals to the districts at the same time as to the state.