NHM Punjab Recruitment 2022
NHM Punjab Recruitment 2022: National Health Mission, Punjab (NHM Punjab) is looking to recruit Community Health Officer (CHO), Medical Officer (MO), Pharmacist and Clinic Assistant.
Eligible and interested candidates can apply online at bfuhs.ac.in on or before the last date. A total of 779 posts are to be filled through this recruitment process, out of which 350 are for Community Health Officers, 109 for Pharmacists, 109 for Clinic Assistants and 231 for Medical Officers at nhm.punjab.gov.in.
The applications for Community Health Officer (CHO) have started from 12th July. Apart from this, the last date to apply is 25 July 2022. At the same time, the exam for this will be on 7 August 2022.
Applications are underway for Medical Officer, Pharmacist and Clinic Assistant. The last date to apply is 20 July 2022. The exam for Medical Officer is to be held on 26 July.
The paper for the recruitment of Pharmacist will be held on 24th July and the paper for the recruitment to the posts of Clinic Assistant will be on 31st July.
Talking about the age limit, the age limit for Medical Officer has been kept at 64 years. At the same time, the age limit for Community Health Officer has been kept from 18 to 37 years.
Educational Qualification –
CHO: Certificate in Community Health Course from a recognized Institute/University, B.Sc Nursing/ Post Basic B.Sc Nursing with Integrated Bridge Programme.
Registration with Punjab Nursing Registration Council. OR B.Sc in Nursing/Post Basic B.Sc Nursing from a recognized Institute/University and 6 months certificate course in Community Health from a recognized Institute/University.
Register with Punjab Nursing Registration Council. OR Ayurvedic Doctor (BAMS) from recognized University or Statutory State Board and Certificate in Community Health from a recognized Institute/University with 6 months course enrolled in the State Register or Central Register of Ayurveda. OR B.Sc in Nursing / Post Basic B.Sc Nursing from a recognized Institute / University. Register with Punjab Nursing Registration Council. OR Ayurvedic Doctor (BAMS) from recognized University or Statutory State Board and Enrolled on State Register or Central Register of Ayurveda.
Pharmacist: Diploma in Pharmacy from recognized Institute. Must be registered as Pharmacist with Punjab Pharmacy Council. Candidates should have passed in Punjabi subject up to Matriculation level.