NHM MP Recruitment for 590 STLS & Laboratory Technician (LT) Vacancy
|NHM MP Recruitment for 590 STLS & Laboratory Technician (LT) Vacancy: – National Health Mission (NHM) Madhya Pradesh has released its notification for recruitment of 590 STLS & Laboratory Technician (LT) Posts. If you want to make a career with the NHM MP Recruitment, then this is your chance. Apply for this Recruitment and make the most of this opportunity.
|Department:||National Health Mission (NHM) Madhya Pradesh.|
|Posts:||STLS & Laboratory Technician (LT).|
|Total posts:||590 Posts.|
|Eligibility:||B.Sc. in (MLT) / Diploma in (MLT).|
|Age Limit:||Between 21 to 40 years.|
|Last date:||05 October 2019.|
|Salary:||Rs.15,000/- to 20,000/- per month.|
|Job Location:||Madhya Pradesh.|
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|Note:||Male & Female candidates can apply.|
Vacancy details of NHM MP Recruitment: –
Total Vacancy: – 590 Posts.
Name of post: –
1) STLS – 213 Posts.
2) Laboratory Technician (LT) – 377 Posts.
Eligibility Criteria for NHM MP Recruitment: –
Application fee: – There is No Application Fee for NHM MP Vacancy 2019.
Selection Process: – As per candidate’s performance in Online 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 online application through the website http://www.nhmmp.gov.in/ from 12 September 2019 to 05 October 2019.
Important dates for NHM MP Vacancy: –
- Starting date for online application – 12 September 2019.
- Last date for online application – 05 October 2019.
Official Notification for NHM MP Vacancy: –
About NHM MP 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 in April 2005 by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the NRHM was initially tasked with addressing the health needs of 18 states that had been identified as having weak public health indicators.