Ayushman Mitra Recruitment 2018: Eligibility Criteria
The fraction of unemployed youth in India is increasing at a rapid rate. Therefore, the government has launched a new scheme called Ayushman Mitra Bharati under an existing scheme Ayushman Bharat Yojana, which aims at offering around 10 lakh jobs to the unemployed youth in the country. The scheme seeks to eliminate unemployment and offers jobs to as many young students as possible.
Read on to find the eligibility criteria for Ayushman Mitra Recruitment 2018. The age limit is in the range of 18 – 30 years. The minimum educational qualification is that the candidates should have passed their 12th standard examination from a recognised board. The mode of selection will be based on training or examination.
The list of vacant posts includes ambulance driver, paramedical staff, helper, doctors, nurse, insurance agent, pharmacist, and ward boy. This recruitment drive started in the month of September 2018. The Ayushman Mitra Recruitment placement will be in policy making, call centre, private as well as government hospitals. The pay scale is INR 15,000 per month.
How to Apply?
Interested candidates can apply online through the Ayushman Bharti online link that will be accessible on 25th September 2018.
The government will print and hand-deliver about 110 million ‘family cards’ for the Ayushman Mitra Bharati scheme. The central government will also set up a call centre in the capital to attend to complaints and queries from citizens about the scheme and assist them when they are outside their home states.
- The candidates should have thorough knowledge about the Ayushman Bharti online portal.
- They should be comfortable to work on the software developed for this purpose.
- They should provide all the details of the patient like the time of admission and time of discharge so that Ayushman Mitra can send it to the state agency.
Ayushman Bharti Recruitment 2018 is a drive for hiring interested candidates for working towards this initiative. Unemployment is not desirable because it leads to poverty and low economic conditions. Every individual has the right to employment and by this initiative, students are encouraged to get a job and lead a good life.