Block Community Mobilizer vacancy in National Health Mission, Madhya Pradesh Recruitment 2021
|National Health Mission, Madhya Pradesh March 2021 Notification||Details|
|Block Community Mobilizer||M.A, PG Diploma, MSW|
|Salary||Rs. 15,000/-Per Month|
|Last Date to Apply||10/03/2021|
Applications are invited from the eligible candidates for recruitment of District and Block level contractual vacancies under the National Health Mission, Madhya Pradesh.
Name of Contractual Post: Block Community Mobilizer
Total Vacant Post: 90
Honorarium per Month (Rs): 15,000
Essential Educational Qualification: MSW/ MA in Sociology /MA in Social Science OR PG Degree/Diploma in Rural Development
Essential Computer Qualification: Minimum 1 Year Degree/ Diploma in Computers.
Essential Work Experience: 02 years of relevant experience in Familiarity with/ having worked in community health worker programmes, or on empowerment of health volunteers or NGO health projects or on involvement of PRIs in Public Health projects/ Public Health Programe
Roles and Responsibilities:
Organizing block review meetings every month on a fixed day, in coordination with Block Medical Officer In-Charge (BMOIC) and Block Programmer Manager for facilitating
Periodic refresher trainings, capacity building, updating information and sharing new guidelines
Review and assessment of performance of ASHAs along with trouble shooting
Replenishment of ASHA drugs/equipment kits
Verifying records and release of payments
Review and assess the functionality of VHSNCS in terms of regular meetings, fund utilization etc. Provides direct support in a wide range of activities such as- ASHA selection, release of ASHA payments, regular supply distribution and replenishment ASHA Kits and training material.
Supports the District Community Mobilizer in the formation and improved functioning of VHSNCs and assists in developing processes for community monitoring in all the villages of the blocks.
Sharing data on the trainings to District Community Mobilizer for report compilation planning, and facilitating training of ASHA facilitators, ASHA and VHSNC members.
Provides supportive supervision and continuous monitoring through – monthly meeting of the ASHA facilitators at block headquarters and field visits to assess functionality and handholding ASHA Facilitators and ASHAs.
Reports and maintains a facilitator wise data base for the profile of every ASHA, training status and drop outs.
Undertakes monthly block level compilation of performance reports according to the formats submitted by ASHA Facilitators, to assess functionality of ASHA on key tasks. Further, identifies the poor performing ASHAs, assess the causes of low performance and devise strategies for improvement.
Coordinates with- district level functionaries, BPMU and Block Medical Officer/In Charge to ensure efficient implementation of community processes and also establishes smooth working relationships with block level functionaries of other government departments such as; WCD, Water and Sanitation and Rural Development to avoid/solve issues
Works with Block Programme Manager in compilation of all the village health plans made by VHSNCs and contribute in preparing the community processes section of the block/district health action plan.
Maintains a block wise database of VHSNCs for their training, functionality, expenditure and back logs is also a regular function.
- 21-40 Years (Five Years relaxation for ST, SC, OBC and Women (UR/ Reserved Category)
Selection Procedure :
The examination and selection process shall be done in a completely fair and transparent manner. There is no possibility to give any benefit by overruling the process by any individual. If any individual claims about getting any benefit, this is not pragmatic, and candidates should be beware of such false claims;
For the selection of the above-mentioned positions, MCQ based an Online Written Test (OWT) shall be conducted for all the candidates eligible as per the advertised by Strategic Alliance Management Service Pvt. Ltd. (SAMS HR Agency).
Question Paper for examination shall comprise of 100 MCQ questions with the options of four answers. Each question shall be of 1 mark. There shall be no negative marking. For the selection, candidate marks obtained in the online written examination shall be considered to generate merit rank, based on which selection of the candidate shall be done;
Minimum passing marks in online written test examination shall be UR/OBC- 40 and SC/ST/EWS/PH for 30. The generation of merit rank and selection of the candidate shall be based on this and State Reservation Policy;
According to the above criteria if the required number of candidates falls short than the number of total posts, in the event of this, the Mission Director, NHM, M.P. shall be the competent authority to reduce the minimum passing mark as necessary. In case of a tie in between the two candidates, preference shall be given as per the details mentioned below in descending order:
Preference shall be given to an elder candidate;
Even if tie persist in the case of date of birth of the candidates, the candidate obtaining the highest mark in 12th/ Higher Secondary shall be given preference
Proposed Examination Center/ Cities: (1) Bhopal; (2) Indore (3) Gwalior (4) Jabalpur (5) Rewa (6) Sagar (7) Satna
Candidate can provide the choice of the center for examination during filling of the online application form. The center allocation shall be based on the following:
Total number availability of the center and center preferences provided by the candidates;
Once preferences and availability shall be exhausted, it will be done on First Applying First Allocation (FAFA) basis.
The E-admit card can be downloaded from the SAMS and NHM, M.P. official website www.sams.co.in and http://www.nhmmp.gov.in/ seven days before of examination date
The examination date shall be announced along with the syllabus on the SAMS and NHM, M.P. official website;
How to Apply :
Last Date to Apply: 10-Mar-21 11:59:59 PM
Applicants are required to provide all the mandatory information [Marked with * (asterisk) sign] in the application form;
The applicants must ensure that all the details are correctly filled and successfully submitted online before the closing date. Applicants should ensure that the Applicant Status on Application Form is “Submitted Successfully”; Half-filled applications shall be treated as incomplete and shall be deemed to be rejected;
Incomplete details in application or application submitted without photograph along with signature/supporting documents shall be rejected;
Request for change or correction of any information shall not be entertained once the online form is submitted. However, after the publication of the screening outcome, if there would be any query regarding the screening outcome and their status. Candidates shall be given 2-4 days (Depending upon NHM, MP approval) to raise their queries.
The screening committee shall reply to the candidates’ queries within four working days of receipt of the query on the online module created for the same. Based on the conclusion of the screening committee, the screening remark of a candidate may change;
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