Govt to appoint 4132 docs, paramedics: Chib
Srinagar, Sept 4: The Minister for Medical Education R S Chib on Saturday said that the Government was contemplating to fill up 4132 posts of doctors and paramedics, lying vacant in various associated hospitals of the state on academic basis shortly.
“Most of the posts have been advertised and many more are in the pipe-line. This step is being been taken to provide maximum manpower to these hospitals so that these can run efficiently and smoothly,” Chib told reporters here.
“The state Government under the guidance of Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah will take all necessary steps to recruit professional unemployed youth directly without waiting for their selection by recruitment agencies,” he added.
Earlier the Minister accompanied by the Principal, Govt Medical College, Srinagar visited tertiary care Govt Lal Ded Hospital and inspected under construction 200 -bedded Gynae Complex, the work of which is apace at a cost of Rs.24 Crore by JKPCC.
Later the Minister also visited G B Pant hospital and inspected wards and various Units like ECG, X-Ray, Pathology lab there.
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