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District Programme Officer/ Early Interventionist cum Special Educator – last date 20 Apr 2018

NRHM – Job Details

Date of posting:
06 Apr 18

No. NHM/HRD/Adv/3221/
2017-18/Pt-2/255

District Programme Officer/
Early Interventionist cum Special Educator
 job opportunities in  National Health
Mission, Assam

District Programme
Officer, NCD

No. of Posts : 6

Qualification : MBBS Degree from a Govt. Recognized Medical
College & registered with Medical Council of India (MCI) / Assam Medical
Council (AMC)

Remuneration :  Rs.
50,000/-

Age Limit : Up to 62 Years as on 1st April 2018.

Early Interventionist
cum Special Educator, RBSK

No. of Posts : 27

Qualification : M.Sc in Disability Studies (Early
Intervention) with basic degree in Physiotherapy (BPT)/ Occupational Therapy
(BOT)/ Speech Language Pathologist (ASLP) or Post Graduate Diploma in Early
Intervention (PGDEL) with basic degree in Physiotherapy (BPT) / Occupational
Therapy (BOT)/ Speech Language Pathology (ASLP).

Remuneration :  Rs.
18,000/-

Age : Up to 43 years as on 1st April 2018

Job Summary

Job Type : Full Time
Job Role : HR / Admin
Job Category : Govt Jobs,Health Care,Others
Hiring Process : Written-test
Who can apply : Freshers

About NRHM

National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was introduced in India in 2005, by the Ministry of Health and Welfare of the Government of India, with a view to realizing the outcomes related to health envisioned in the Millennium Development Goals and other national level health related policies. It has integrated the existing major national level health projects and programmes namely the Reproductive and Child Health II project, (RCH II),Universal Immunization Programme (UIP),the National Disease Control Programmes (NDCP) and AYUSH systems of Health (Ayurvedic, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy). Thus, it mainly aims to reduce Infant Mortality Rate (IMR),Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR),Total Fertility Rate (TFR) and disease burden due to communicable and non-communicable diseases through community-friendly approach with special attention to women & children.

Last Date : 20 Apr 2018


 

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