462 posts of M&HO-Iin National Health Mission (NHM),Assam – Medical and Health Recruitment Board on contractual basis
Total No. of Posts : 462 (Reservation of Posts: Open Category – 281, Reserved for OBC/MOBC- 116, Reserved for SC- 35, Reserved for ST (P)-30)
Educational Qualification: The minimum qualification is MBBS Degree from any recognized university and registered under Assam Medical Council.
Scale of Pay: Rs. 30000/- to 110000/- + GP of 12700/- per month and other allowances as admissible under the Rules.
Age: A candidate should not be less than 21 years and not more than 43 years as on 01/01/2017 as laid down in Govt. O.M. No. ABP 06/2016/4 dated 03/03/2016 and ABP 06/2016/07 dated 26/09/16. The upper age limit is relaxable for the candidates of reserved category as per existing provision.
i. Application must be accompanied with required application fee of Rs. 250/- (rupees two hundred fifty) only for General category candidates and Rs. 150/- for SC/ST/OBC/MOBC candidate.
ii. Candidate having BPL certificate: Nil
Application fee should be deposited only through Treasury Challan in the Head of Account “0210-Medical and Public Health-01-Urban Health Services-800-Other Receipt”
Note : Candidates who have submitted offline application are not required to apply online again.
Hiring Process : Written-test
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 &
Last Date : 05 Mar 2018