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Friday, January 29, 2010

Heavy Vacancies For Nurse Grade "A" in Govt. Hospital

Health Department of Bihar has been published the vacancies for "Nurse" on contract basis for one year only. The department will organise walk in interview for selection for nurses.
The detail are following-

Name of Post- Nurse Grade "A"
Eligibility- Diploma in General Nursing Program with registered from Bihar State Nursing Council.
Age Bar- Minimum 18 years, Maximum 64 years (As on 09/02/2010)
Remuneration - Rs. 12,000 per month
Total vacant seat-
Jawahar Lal Nehru Medical College and Hospital , Bhagalpur- 363
Anugrah Narayan Magadh Medical College & Hospital, Gaya- 300
Nalanda Medical College & Hospital, Patna - 368
Total - 1031
516 seats are unreserved and rest seats are reserved for SC/ST/OBC/EBC.

Service Period - 1 Year
Selected candidate will considered as temporary employee.

Date of Walk in Interview- 09/02/2010 from 10.00 am to 12.00 am.
Venue of Walk in Interview- Office of the Superintendent of related Hospital.

The final list of selected nurse will be publish on 18/02/2010 at hospital's office. Selected candidates would have to join their duty till 25/02/2010.
Contact above hospital's office for detail.

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SHAHZAD(AL ANSAR MILLAT WELFARE SOCIETY,Basar Bigha,Soh SArai,Bihar Sharif,Nalanda) :'Nitish Has Good Intentions But His Govt Has Failed' On a mission to build his party in poll-bound Bihar, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today stated that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was a man of good intentions but his government has thoroughly failed in implementation of welfare schemes like NREGA.Addressing a press conference here, Gandhi also alleged that 20 to 30 per cent of funds under NREGA were going to "middlemen" in Bihar.He also alleged that the money given by Centre for the Kosi flood victims did not reach the needy.Asked about the state government's demand for Rs 14,800 crore for infrastructure development in the Kosi region where there was a devastaing flood in 2008, Gandhi said Rs 1,000 crore was given to the state for relief and rehabilitation."It is a huge amount, but it did not reach the people," he said."The intention of Nitish Kumar is good but his government has been a total failure on the implementation front," he said.He was replying to questions on his remarks during the Lok Sabha elections that Nitish Kumar was a good leader with good intentions.On allegations that adequate Central assistance was not reaching Bihar, Gandhi said, "During the NDA regime, Rs 50,000 crore were given to Bihar while the UPA government has sent Rs 96,000 crore to the state."It is nearly a 100 per cent increase. Assistance will go up but fund utilisation is a problem. Money is not reaching the poor under NREGA and for schools and hospitals. There is no dearth of money but there is only lack of an efficient delivery mechanism to people and resultant utilisation," he said.He lauded the Congress governments in Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Assam and Rajasthan for bringing assistance to the poor through NREGA. On price rise, Gandhi said he has spoken to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and action was being taken to tackle the problem."One aspect of it relates to the developments on the international front, while the other is hoarding and this has to be dealt with by the state governments", he said.Gandhi said that a "major change" will come in Bihar with more and more young people joining the Congress party.Yesterday, the youth leader had annbounced that the Congress will contest the Bihar Assembly Elections, due this year end, on its own, the way it did during the Lok Sabha polls in the NDA-ruled state.. "Congress workers will fight for the rights of the people without fear and bring change in Bihar. Congress will contest on its own," AICC General Secretary Rahul Gandhi, who is on a two-day visit to the state to galvanise party workers ahead of the polls, said today at Bettiah.