YS Jagan Good news 14,200 jobs to be filled in one go Huge notification within the next month, details!

Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy has given good news to the unemployed who have studied medical education in AP. CM Jagan approved the replacement of large-scale jobs in the medical and health sector. To this end, CM Jagan, who conducted a review on the medical and health department on Friday, inquired about the current staff and the required staff. On this occasion it was decided to replace about 14,200 posts belonging to various branches from primary hospitals to teaching hospitals.

CM Jagan suggested that the recruitment process should start in October and be completed by November 15. The CM directed that there should be no shortage of doctors and staff under any circumstances.

To this extent, CM Jagan said that there should be no shortage of doctors and staff under any circumstances. We are spending crores of rupees to build hospitals. If you look there is a situation where the staff or patients do not receive services.

"We have been seeing problems like this for years and we need to keep checking for it," he said. AP has directed the people to go for a situation where they have to incur huge expenses for medical treatment. CM Jagan directed the authorities to take steps towards this goal.

CM Jagan said that all government hospitals along with the Family Doctor concept should be run efficiently with adequate staff. If a doctor goes on leave, another doctor should perform the duties in that position. An appropriate number of doctors should be appointed. If a doctor goes on, leave it should not be a situation where patients do not receive medical treatment, but a situation that puts a burden on fellow doctors.

Massive recruitment in the medical health department Replacement of over 14,200 posts, ranging from PHCs to teaching hospitals Activity to start the process from October 1 and complete it by November 15

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