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Over 1,300 posts created for Rohtak PGIMS, recruitment soon

The Haryana government has created as many as 1,319 posts for the trauma centre and mother and child hospital of the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak.

punjab Updated: Dec 04, 2015 10:22 IST
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Finance minister Capt Abhimanyu said the recruitment process in this regard would be started soon.
Finance minister Capt Abhimanyu said the recruitment process in this regard would be started soon.(HT Photo )

The Haryana government has created as many as 1,319 posts for the trauma centre and mother and child hospital of the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS), Rohtak.

Stating this here on Thursday, finance minister Capt Abhimanyu said the recruitment process in this regard would be started soon.

He said that the finance department had given approval for recruitment for 690 posts at the trauma centre and 629 posts at the mother and child hospital.

He said that for the trauma centre, recruitment would be carried out for five posts of senior professor, 36 posts of teacher, 63 posts of senior resident/demonstrator, 46 posts of junior resident/house surgeon, eight posts of general duty medical officer, 174 posts of nursing staff, including staff nurse, nursing sister, assistant/ deputy nursing superintendent, 148 posts of paramedics and secretariat staff and 210 posts of Class-4 employees (on outsource basis).

For the mother and child hospital, recruitment would be carried out for three posts of senior professor, 16 posts of teacher, 25 posts of senior resident/demonstrator, 20 posts of junior resident/house surgeon, 264 posts of staff nurse, 14 posts of nursing sister, including nursing sister, assistant/ deputy nursing superintendent, 62 posts of paramedics, 15 posts of secretariat staff and 210 posts of Class-4 employees (on outsource basis).

He said said the 104-bed trauma care centre and 200-bed mother and child hospital was not being used for the past more than three years as there was no staff, hence the decision.