Andaman Nicobar State Ayush Society has released GDMO (Ayurveda) Recruitment 2018 notification on contract basis. Interested and eligible candidates can check the details given below and apply online based on the eligibility criteria on or before 21st December 2018.
Name of the Post: GDMO (Ayurveda)
Post Date: 28-11-2018
No. of Vacancies: 1
Important dates to Remember:
|Starting Date for submission of Application|
|Last Date for submission of Application|
21-12-2018 till 5:00 PM
Vacancy details of A&N State Ayush Society GDMO Recruitment:
No of Posts
Rs.45,000/- per month consolidated.
Period of Contract:
For a period of 11 months.
- Maximum Age: 45 years
Educational Qualification and Experience:
- Degree in Ayurveda of a recognized University/ Statutory Slate Board/ Council/ Faculty of Indian Medicine or equivalent recognized under the India Medicine Central Council Act 1970 FA of 1.97a).
- Enrolment on the Central Register of Indian Medicine or State Register of Indian Medicine.
- Desirable: 02 years of Ayurveda practice in a recognized Hospital or Dispensary.
- Short listing
Scheme of Selection:
|Relevant Clinical Experience in the field of Ayurveda||30%|
How to Apply for A&N State Ayush Society GDMO Recruitment:
- Application should be sent in a cover superscripted “APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF GDMO (Ayurveda) on or before 21-12-2018 and should be addressed to office of A&N State AYUSH Society, 1st Floor YUSH Hospital, Junglighat, Port Blair-744103, Telefax: 03192-233488, email: [email protected]
- Interested candidates fulfilling the eligibility are requested to apply in the prescribed format in A4 size paper.
About A&N Health Department:
In spite of all constraints, demographic indicators of this UT’s health situation present a very good picture. Our birth rate during 2001 was 17.81 per thousand population and death rate was 3.41 per thousand. Infant mortality rate during 2001 was 17.33 per thousand live births. Couple Protection Rate was 58.16% and total Fertility Rate was 1.9/1000. The percentage of institutional delivery by skilled person is 88%. But due to constant migration of people from mainland, the couple protection rate could not be achieved as it was expected. Health infrastructure has been saturated in the islands and now what we need in fact is the improvement of qualitative service in the form of medicine, modernization, equipments and budget i.e. instead. Of further expansion of the department, emphasis on consolidation of the existing infrastructure is to be laid.