NHM Maharashtra Recruitment for 3965 Community Health Officer (CHO) Vacancy
|NHM Maharashtra Recruitment for 3965 Community Health Officer (CHO) Vacancy: – National Health Mission (NHM), Maharashtra has released its notification for recruitment of 3965 Community Health Officer (CHO) Posts. If you want to make a career with the NHM Maharashtra Recruitment, then this is your chance. Apply for this Recruitment and make the most of this opportunity.
|Department:||National Health Mission (NHM), Maharashtra.|
|Posts:||Community Health Officer (CHO).|
|Total posts:||3965 Posts.|
|Eligibility:||B.Sc. Nursing/ BAMS.|
|Age Limit:||38 years for open category,
43 years for reserved categories.
|Apply Fee:||Rs.500/- for Open category,
Rs.350/- for reserved category.
|Last date:||14 October 2019.|
|Salary:||Rs.25,000/- per month.|
|Note:||Male & Female candidates can apply.|
Vacancy details of NHM Maharashtra Recruitment: –
Total Vacancy: – 3965 Posts.
Name of post: – Community Health Officer (CHO).
Eligibility Criteria for NHM Maharashtra Recruitment: –
Apply Fee: – The fees for application form is Rs. 350/- for reserved category and Rs.500/- for candidate in Open category. The fees have to be paid through Demand draft of Nationalised bank drawn in favour of respective Deputy Director of Health Services (DDHS).
Age Limit & Relaxation: – Age criteria for open category will be 38 years and for reserved categories it will be 43 years. Age criteria will be relaxed by 5 years for existing National Health Mission employees.
Selection Process: – As per candidate’s performance in Written Examination.
Note: – If you have any query regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read carefully.
How to apply: – The candidates can apply offline application through the Office of Deputy Director of Health Services (DDHS) for respective districts to 14 October 2019.
Official Notification for NHM Maharashtra Vacancy: –
About NHM Maharashtra Recruitment.
The National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), now under National Health Mission is an initiative undertaken by the government of India to address the health needs of under-served rural areas. Launched on 12th April 2005 by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.