NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021: The National Health Mission (NHM), Madhya Pradesh has invited online applications for the District Quality Monitor and District Consultant post on March 15, 2021. The online registration process has been available till April 15, 2021. Visit www.nrhmmp.gov.in or www.sams.co.in for detailed information for category and training batch-wise bifurcation of vacancies, general instructions, written exam date and online admit card/hall ticket information.
NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021: Overview
|NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021|
|Organization Name||National Health Mission (NHM), Madhya Pradesh (MP)|
|Post Name||District Quality Monitor and District Consultant|
|Starting Date||March 15, 2021|
|Closing Date||April 15, 2021|
|Online Written Test||To be notified|
|Job Location||Madhya Pradesh|
NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021: Notification PDF
This is a part of an initiative under the NHM MP for improved implementation of public health programs and to enable comprehensive primary health care service delivery, including disease prevention and health promotion. For more details go through the notification pdf.
NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021: Vacancy Details
|District Quality Monitor||51|
NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021: Eligibility Criteria
- District Quality Monitor: Class 10+2/MBBS/Ayush/BDS/MPH.
- District Consultant: Class 10+2/BDS/BAMS/B.Sc./M.Ch/Post Graduation.
Age Limit (as on 01/01/2021)
- District Quality Monitor: Between 21 years to 40 years.
- District Consultant: Between 21 years to 40 years.
NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021 Online Application Link
The acceptable of Online Applications was commence from March 15, 2021, and will conclude on April 15, 2021. Eligible and interested who have not yet applied for the post can apply for NHM MP Quality Monitor Recruitment 2021 from the below link.
NHM MP Quality Monitor Application Form stands invalid if:
- Providing wrong information in the NHM MP Quality Monitor Application Form.
- Providing misleading information
- More than one application form is submitted by one candidate. Only one of the applications will be considered for the final submission.