CM Ashok Gehlot has affirmed the proposition to add 1,500 extra posts in the enlistment cycle for Community Health Officers (CHOs) under the National Health Mission (NHM), authorities said on Tuesday.
Presently, rather than 6,310 posts for CHOs, a sum of 7,810 positions will be filled on an agreement premise.
Considering trouble in directing rehashed assessments due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the quantity of posts has been expanded. This will guarantee administrations in wellbeing habitats in distant of the state and give more significant work openings in the wellbeing area to the neighbourhood youth, Gehlot said in a proclamation.
Under the Ayushman Bharat Abhiyan, all wellbeing organizations up to the sub-wellbeing focus level in Rajasthan are to be made utilitarian as ‘Wellbeing and Wellness Centers’ by 2022.
For this, the notice for the enrollment of 6,310 posts was given on August 31, and a composed assessment was likewise led.
The contractors will be paid honorarium and impetuses under the arrangements of the Project Implementation Plan (PIP) of the NHM.