There will be reinstatement on 7987 new posts in the Health Department. The state cabinet approved the creation of these posts on Tuesday. Out of these, 2673 posts have been created to further strengthen health services in nine working and eight proposed i.e. 17 government medical colleges and hospitals in the state. At the same time, 3990 posts have been created under the three-year compulsory service for the PG / Diploma passed students from the government medical college of the state. A total of 16 proposals were agreed upon in the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday.
Similarly, it was agreed to create 423-423 posts for two medical colleges and hospitals in the state, Chapra and Samastipur. Of these, 135-135 will be for medical colleges and 288-288 posts for hospitals. After the meeting, Dr. S. Siddharth, Additional Chief Secretary of the cabinet gave this information. He said that PG passed students have to compulsorily serve three years in the state. The services of all of them will be taken as specialists in medical colleges and hospitals and other hospitals of the state. For this purpose, posts have been created for them.
New departments related to cancer will be created in PMCH
229 posts including new departments related to cancer will be created in PMCH. The cabinet has approved the posts in PMCH as per the norms of National Medical Commission. The cabinet has given its approval for creation of 210 dresser posts for 35 Sadar Hospitals in the state. These posts have been approved under the establishment and committed expenditure in Sadar Hospitals. At the same time, 39 posts of different categories will be created in Bihar Drug Control Laboratory, Agamkuan, Patna.