Recruitment to start for 3351 posts of community health officers on contractual basis
The candidate would get a monthly honorarium of Rs 25,000.
Jaipur: Rajasthan Staff Selection Board will start the process of recruitment of 3351 community health officers (CHO) in the state. These candidates will be recruited on a contractual basis. It is for the first time that the board has been asked by the government to recruit CHOs on a contractual basis. Earlier, the concerned departments used to fill up contractual posts.
The officials said that the candidate would get a monthly honorarium of Rs 25,000. The state medical department was recruiting CHOs by conducting exams through a third-party agency. However, the exams were never conducted in a proper manner. The papers were leaked, kicking up controversies. The government has now entrusted the board with this responsibility.
The recruitment will take place for a total 3531 of posts. Of these, 3071 will be non-TSP posts and 460 TSP posts. The recruitment process is likely to be completed by the end of this year.
To apply for this recruitment, the candidate should have a BSc in Community Health or Nurse (GNM or BSc) or Ayurveda Practitioner (BAMS). Also, the candidate must be registered with the Rajasthan Nursing Council or Board of Indian Medicine Rajasthan. In this regard, the chairman of Rajasthan Staff Selection Board, Hari Prasad Sharma says that from the medical department, we have received the application for recruitment to 3531 posts of Community Health Officer. This recruitment is on a contract basis. Soon the process of this recruitment will be started.
After selection in this recruitment, the candidate will be given an honorarium of Rs 25,000 per month. The board says that the recruitment process will be started soon.