Nhm National Health Mission Jobs for Walkin For Laboratory Technician in Bhubaneswar
Nhm National Health Mission
Post Name : Laboratory Technician No. of Vacancy : 07 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 9350/- (Per month) Educational Qualification : Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) from any of 3 medical college & Hospital of the State or from any other AICTE approved Institute. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 21 to 32 As on 01.04.2016 Job Location : Odisha Selection Process : Selection will be made on Interview. How to Apply NRHM Odisha Vacancy : Interested candidates may appear for Interview along with prescribed Application form & a set of self attested copies of all certificate in support of age, qualification & Experience at the time of interview.
Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology (DMLT) from any of 3 medical college & Hospital of the State or from any other AICTE approved Institute.
Looking for Diploma graduates profile.
2016-05-28 to 2017-05-28
About Nhm national health mission
National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was launched in the country on 12th April 2005 by the Honble Prime Minister with special focus to 18 High Focus States including the State of Manipur. For N-E states, it was launched in November 2005 by the Honble Union Minister, Health and Family Welfare.
Secretary (HFW) is the Chairman of the Executive Committee of State Health Society. An IAS Officer is identified as the State Mission Director who is directly supported by a full-fledged State Program Managemt Unit. The main role of the SMD is to coordinate among the various health and health related sector. Also the SMD looks after vital components of NRHM like planning, manpower management of contractual staffs etc. The SMD is supported by the Dircetor of Health and Director of Family Welfare. Both the Dircetors are looking after related components of NRHM. Yet the system of intrasetoral converegence between NRHM, Director (H) and Director (FW) needs further strengthening.
At the District level, Deputy Commissioners are identified as the chairman of District Health Society and the Chief Medical Officers are identified as District Mission Director. They are supported by DPMU. Both State and District Health Societies, have representations from PRI The State does not have Block Health Societies, as the Districts are very small and District Health Society is sufficient to look after the Blocks. Yet, the Block CHC/PHC MOs are supported by BPMUs.
To strengthen management structure at health facilities, RKS are formed at the level of State Hospital, District Hospitals, Sub-District Hospital, CHCs and PHCs.