Uttar Pradesh will be recruiting candidates for 1940 posts under the State Nutrition Mission. These posts will be filled by outsourcing. Appointment of officers and employees on these posts will reveal the correct data of malnourished children in the state.
These posts are from 2017-18. In this regard, the order has been issued by S. Radha Chauhan, director general of the mission.
According to the information, 75-75 of these posts are of District Coordinator and District Coordinator Associate. At the same time 895 block coordinators and 895 posts will be of project associate. The district coordinator will be given an honorarium of Rs. 30 thousand per month.
AK Pandey (President Provincial CDPO Welfare Association, UP) said, the association had been demanding deployment of employees at the block level for a long time. Congratulations to the Additional Chief Secretary, this will reveal the true picture of malnutrition and speed up departmental work.
1100 employees deployed in ambulance services soon
About 1100 trained EMTs in 102, 108 and ALS ambulance services operating in Uttar Pradesh will soon be deployed on a seniority basis. Appointment letters to all are being sent to different districts. Employees will have to report at the place of their appointment by the end of this month.
According to officials of the government ambulance service provider, these employees are being deployed to provide benefits of government ambulance service to the people. GVK EMRI is responsible for the operation of 102, 108 and ALS ambulance services in the state. HR head of the institute, Dr. Madan Sharma said that the employees have been trained. Appointment letters are being issued to all employees. Employees will serve as Emergency Medical Technicians. Duty will have to be handled in the respective districts this week.
When to dial 108?
To go to the government hospital for accidental medical help. Such as a heart attack, severe abdominal pain, shortness of breath, recurrence.
When to dial 102?
In 102 ambulance service, free facility is provided to bring pregnant women and children up to two years of age from home to the nearest government hospital and leave home.