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Tripura CHO recruitment application date changed, read details

Agartala: The health and family welfare department has postponed the dates for recruitment for 180 posts of Community Health Officer (CHO) on contractual basis at a fixed pay for one year which may further be extended based on performance or till project period.

In a notification, Dr Siddharth Shiv Jaiswal, Mission Director, National Health Mission informed that the interested candidates may apply for the post by submitting their Bio-data on the official website as per the prescribed format from March 7 to 13 instead of February 25 to March 5.

The candidates selected through Competency Assessment Test (CAT) will have to go through a 6-months certificate course on community health (CCCH) in the July, 2022 session.

This course is part of an initiative under the National Health Mission to strengthen Sub-centres as Health and Wellness Centres (H&WCs) for improved implementation of public healthcare programme and to enable comprehensive primary health care service delivery, including disease prevention and health promotion. 

After completion of the training, selected candidates will be posted at Sub Centres as Community Health Officers (CHOs).iya hai

Tripura CHO recruitment application date changed, read details

Agartala: The health and family welfare department has postponed the dates for recruitment for 180 posts of Community Health Officer (CHO) on contractual basis at a fixed pay for one year which may further be extended based on performance or till project period.

In a notification, Dr Siddharth Shiv Jaiswal, Mission Director, National Health Mission informed that the interested candidates may apply for the post by submitting their Bio-data on the official website as per the prescribed format from March 7 to 13 instead of February 25 to March 5.

The candidates selected through Competency Assessment Test (CAT) will have to go through a 6-months certificate course on community health (CCCH) in the July, 2022 session.

This course is part of an initiative under the National Health Mission to strengthen Sub-centres as Health and Wellness Centres (H&WCs) for improved implementation of public healthcare programme and to enable comprehensive primary health care service delivery, including disease prevention and health promotion. 

After completion of the training, selected candidates will be posted at Sub Centres as Community Health Officers (CHOs).