KCR green signal for temporary appointments of massive doctors and medical staff
KCR review meeting concluding on Covid-19
The review meeting held by Telangana Chief Minister KCR Pragati Bhavan on Covid-19 is over. Some key decisions were made at this meeting. As part of the temporary job placements, the CM directed KCR to immediately invite applications from eligible candidates who have completed MBBS across the state.
The decision was taken at a review meeting with officials on Sunday. The review meeting decided to invite applications from 50,000 MBBS graduates in the state of Telangana. KCR suggested that doctors, nurses, lab technicians, pharmacists and other paramedical staff should be recruited immediately for a period of three months.
Key decisions taken at the review meeting
Applications should be invited from eligible doctors who have completed nearly 50 thousand MBBS across the state and are ready.
Doctors, nurses, lab technicians, pharmacists and other paramedical staff should be recruited immediately for a period of two to three months.
Appointments should be made in a dignified manner.
Proper recognition should be given to their services as they are working for the state at a crucial time
Mix weight age marks for them in future government job placements
KCR calls on young doctors to come forward to serve the people in difficult times
Qualified nurses, lab technicians, pharmacists and other paramedical personnel in the state along with doctors should come forward
Commencement of super specialty dispensaries in Warangal and Adilabad 729 medical personnel recruited
Super specialty hospitals should be started immediately in Warangal and Adilabad districts
The 250-bed super specialty dispensary of MGM, built on the premises of Kakatiya Medical College, and another 250-bed super specialty dispensary at Adilabad District Rims should be started immediately.
Immediate action should be taken to recruit 363 medical staff for Warangal Hospital, 366 medical staff for Adilabad Rims Super Specialty and a total of 729 staff.