The Telangana government has issued TS Medical Professional Recruitment 2023 notification for 50000 MBBS students. This recruitment for MBBS students will be for treating the coronavirus patient. The Telangana government took this decision in a review meeting of the covid-19 scenario in the state.
The meeting in which the Telangana government decide to recruit 50000 MBBS students took place on 9th May 2023. The medical department is inviting online applications from thousands of medical students. Students who will be applying to treat coronavirus patients will be awarded weightage marks for their government jobs in the near future i.e TS Doctors and Medical Officers Recruitment.
MBBS pass outs can apply for 50000 vacancies. So, Interested and eligible candidates who want to apply for the TS Medical Professional Recruitment 2023 can visit the website odls.telangana.gov.in/medicalrecruitment/register.aspx
|Name of the recruitment||TS Medical Recruitment 2023|
|Title||Apply for TS Medical and Paramedical Posts Recruitment 2023|
|Subject||Telangana Govt has issued TS Doctors and Paramedical Staff Recruitment 2023 notification|
Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Telangana has invited application from Medical professionals I.e., doctors, nurses, and Lab Technicians ( including Retired Medical Professionals) for deployment on contract basis. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online on the official website of the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Telangana.
Consolidated remuneration per month:
|Post Name||Salary per month|
|Medical officer- specialist||₹1,00,000,|
|Medical Officer- MBBS||₹40,000|
|Medical Officer – Ayush||₹35,000|
For Retired Government Medical Professionals higher of the following will be extended. Consolidated remuneration given above, or last pay drawn minus current pension. The district of deployment of the Medical Professional will be as per the preference indicated in the application
Steps to apply for TS Medical Professional Recruitment 2023:
- Visit the official portal of the Department of Health Medical and Family Welfare on odls.telangana.gov.in/medicalrecruitment/register.aspx
- Enter your personal academic and other details along with your number
- Fill details of your experience
- Select the status between serving or retired and choose the field of work.
- Click and submit the register button
- Download and save your application for future use.
The Telangana government has posted the recruitment for doctors, nurses, lab technicians, pharmacists, and other Paramedical staff. The government will provide temporary employees respected salaries for their work.
Talking about the recruitment the CM of Telangana invited young doctors to come forward and serve the people during challenging times. Also according to official respondents would be hired for 2-3 months to mitigate the burden of Medical and health staff working as Frontline workers am in the covid-19 rise in the state.
MBBS final year students in Telangana to join medical duties: As per the reports, the Director of Medical Education (DME) has directed all the final-year MBBS students, who had appeared for practical and theory exams in April, 2023 under Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences (KNRUHS), to report back to their respective teaching hospitals and join duty.
The move is aimed at addressing the urgent need of medical personnel during the Covid pandemic. Once the exam results are announced, the MBBS final-year students can continue to work as House Surgeons and stipend will be paid from the day they formally join, DME.
TS Medical and Paramedical Staff Recruitment details
TS to fill Medical Officers, Para-medical Staff, Staff Nurse, ANM, Accountants and other Posts 2023 : TS to fill Medical Officer and Paramedical Staff Posts, Government of Telangana, Health, Medical & Family Welfare Department has upgraded the Urban Health Centers (UHC) as Urban Primary Health Centers (UPHCs) and operated by the District Health Society (DHS) under National Urban Health Mission (NUHM).
G.O.Ms.No.198, Dated:Dec 2017 (The details of the posts to be filled on contract/outsourcing basis)
|Name of the program||Designation||Sanctioned||Remuneration|
|SHRC||Consultant Health Care Financing||1||60000|
|Consultant Quality Improvement||1||60000|
|and service delivery|
|Delivery Points as||Staff Nurses||500||14900|
|per IPHS and NCD|
|Comprehensive||District PPM /ACSM Coordinators||21||19000|
|District Disease||District Epidemiologists||14|
|District Data Manager –||21|
|HR at State Blood||State Coordination Officer||1||50000|
|approval shifted from|
|NHM Data Manager||1||40000|
|NUHM – GHMC||ANM||87||10500|
|Medical Officer(Full time)||33||36750|
As per the G.O.Ms..No:7 Dated:19-02-2016, NUHM Post Details:
1. Medical Officer (FT): 92 Posts
2. Staff Nurse: 184 Posts
3. ANM: 276 Posts
4. Pharmacist: 92 Posts
5. Lab Technician: 92 Posts
6. Accountant: 92 Posts
Total: 828 posts
Government of India has launched National Urban Health Mission as submission of National Health Mission during 2013-14 with an aim to improve the health status of the urban population in general, but particularly of the poor and other disadvantaged sections,
By facilitating equitable access to quality health care through a revamped public health system, partnerships, community-based mechanism with the active involvement of the urban local bodies. All the Urban Local Bodies (ULBs) with more than 50000 population are covered under NUHM.
In the reference read above the Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare, Telangana State, Hyderabad has stated that 92 Urban Health Centres were established in the urban areas of Telangana in the year 2002 onwards under A.P. Urban Slum Health Care Project.
These Urban Health Centres were operated by the NGOs. Initially funded through under A.P. Urban Slum Health Care Project and later funded through Urban RCH of National Rural Health Mission. After launching of National Urban Health Mission, the funding from Urban RCH of NRHM is discontinued. In the RoP of 2014-15, the Government of India sanctioned 92 Urban Primary Health Centres by upgrading the existing 92 Urban Health Centres.
Accordingly, Commissioner Health & Family Welfare requested to issue Permission to reconstitute UHCs as Urban Primary Health Centres as approved in NUHM and to run these UPHCs through District Health Societies instead of NGOs and also permission to continue the contract / outsourced personal working in UHCs (Community Organiser, M.O. Assistant and Watchman which are not approved in NUHM) into the other schemes of National Health Mission as per eligibility and availability of vacancies.
He has further stated that in the RoP of 2014-15, the Government of India sanctioned (828) various services on contract/outsourcing basis in Urban Primary Health Centres through District Health Societies as follows :
Government after careful examination of the matter hereby permitted to upgrade existing 92 Urban Health Centres as Urban Primary Health Centres and to be operated by the District Health Societies instead of NGOs and also permit to contract/outsource the services as at para – above, for a period of one year or till the actual need ceases, whichever is earlier.
The Commissioner of Health & Family Welfare & Mission Director National Health Mission, Telangana State, Hyderabad shall take further necessary action in the matter.