District Health Society, Sheohar, Bihar posted a recruitment advertisement to invite all eligible Indian candidates to apply for the post of 22 Operator, Manager, Technician, Paramedical Worker in 2015
Table of Contents: 1 Post Details 2 Salary Details 3 Eligibility 4 Selection Procedure 4.1 Application Fee 4.2 How to Apply 5 About Company/Institution 6 Latest News
Last date to apply – 19/12/2015
District Health Society Recruitment 2015
Into the table below you can see the name of the post the total number of posts as advertised into the original recruitment advertisement notification of District Health Society.
|Name of the post||Total|
| Computer Assistant|
District immunization Officer
|Block Monitoring and|
Cum Date Operator
|Block Health Manager||01|
|Hospital Manager FRU||01|
Total number of post – 22
Monthly Salary for Operator, Manager, Technician, Paramedical Worker
- Computer Operator Rs.10,000/- per month
- Computer Assistant District immunization Officer Rs.12,000/- per month.
- Block Monitoring and Evaluation and Evaluation Assistant Cum Date Operator Rs.12.000/- pern month.
- Block Health Manager Rs.18,000/-
- Hospital Manager FRU Rs.25,000/-
- KTS Rs.10,000/- per month
- Technician RNTCP Rs.12,500/-
- RNTCP Rs.10,000/-
- Technician B.S.U Rs.10,000/-
- B.S.U Rs.41,000/- per month
- Paramedical Worker Rs.16,000/-
Age: 25 to 65 years (as on 19/12/2015, according to post)
Experience: 1 to 2years work experienced in relevant field, according to post.
How to Apply for Vacancy in District Health Society
- Download the Advertisement
- Read the Advertisement Carefully
- Print the Application Form
- Complete the Application Form
- Attach the Supporting Documents
- Send the Envelope at:-
New Building, Sub-divisional Hospital
Campus, Sheohar – 843329 (Bihar)
About the District Health Society
The state health society, Bihar has been established to guide its functionaries towards Receiving, managing (including disbursement to implementing agencies e.g. Directorate, of Medical & Public Health District Societies, NGOs etc.) and account for the funds received from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India.
Its resources will manage the NGO / PPP (Public-Private partnership) components of the NRHM in the state including execution of contracts, disbursement of funds and monitoring of performance. Bihar Govt. has decided that SHS Bihar will function as a Resource Centre for the Department of Health & Family Welfare in policy/situational analysis and policy development (including development of operational guidelines and preparation of policy change proposals for the consideration of Government).
SHS Bihar, Strengthen the technical / management capacity of the Directorate of Medical & Health Services patna as well as of the Districts Societies by various means including through recruitment of individual / institutional experts from the open market and mobilize financial / non-financial resources for complementing/supplementing the NRHM activities in the State.
It will organize training, meeting, conferences, policy review studies / surveys, workshops and inter-state exchange visits etc. for deriving inputs for improving the implementation of NRHM in the BIHAR.
Latest News of District Health Society
- Pune: Fund crunch hits HIV testing, few among high-risk groups report to counselling centres – THE IMPACT of fund shortage for AIDS prevention is clearly being felt as there has been a steady drop in the number of female sex workers (FSWs) and men having sex with men (MSM) reporting for HIV tests, state health officials. According to them, as against 800 such people from the high-risk groups being brought for tests every month, now merely 90-100 are turning up.Unlike previous years, very few programmes are being organised to talk about HIV/AIDS prevention. Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society (MSACS) officials admitted that there are no rallies or awareness drives that have been organised this year on December 1 – World AIDS Day. “We have no money. Just last month, we received a small amount that was distributed to NGOs for administrative expenses,” state health officials on condition of anonymity told The Indian Express.The change in funding pattern of National AIDS Control Organisation has led to this situation. This year, MSACS required Rs 144 crore for HIV prevention and related programmes but only one installment of Rs 11.89 crore has been received. Another small installment has only been recently distributed among NGOs. Not only are they unable to mobilise the high-risk group of FSW’s, MSMs and transgenders to get them tested for HIV, but the fund shortage has also led to no purchase of syringes, needles, gloves and other consumables at Integrated Counselling and Testing Centres (ICTC’s). “Across the state there has been a 10 per cent drop in the number of persons who are getting tested for HIV at ICTCs,” MSACS officials admitted
In Pune district too, Kalyani Patil district programme officer of MSACS admitted that there has been a huge delay in sending installments to NGOs conducting targeted intervention projects. Out of 17 NGO’s atleast four have stopped work and the others are barely managing by taking bank loans to pay salaries to their staff. “We are now feeling the impact of the fund shortage. There are 44 ICTCs in Pune district and every month, at least 700-800 FSWs and MSM’s avail the HIV testing services. Now, the numbers are just 90-100,” Patil said.
According to data from Pune District Prevention and Control Unit , there are an approximate 7,000 FSW’s and 4,000 MSMs. Few people from this high-risk group are reporting for HIV tests. Since the AIDS prevention programme commenced in 2000, until now a total of 30,483 people with HIV are on anti retro viral treatment in Pune district.
At Pune City AIDS Control unit nodal officer Rajeev Bamble said that a few functions have been organised on World AIDS Day (December 1). There are 13 ICTC’s with the city unit and this year 53 tested positive for HIV from 2,188 men, 40 women tested positive from among 2,778 while 10 pregnant women tested positive for HIV among 5,715 tested. Experts have stressed that the decline in HIV transmission is a healthy sign.
– See more at: http://indianexpress.com/article/cities/pune/pune-fund-crunch-hits-hiv-testing-few-among-high-risk-groups-report-to-counselling-centres/#sthash.E1cT978B.dpuf
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