Telangana to fill vacant posts in NIMS

Vishwas News

Hyderabad, May 24:The State government has accorded permission for filling up 399 vacant posts in the Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS). The direct recruitment of the vacant posts will be done through the departmental selection committee and accordingly the necessary orders were issued on Wednesday. Of the total posts, 150 are staff nurse, 41 senior residents, 28 assistant professors, 15 associate professors and 14 professors among other posts.
The government has asked the Health, Medical and Family Welfare Department and the Director of NIMS, Hyderabad to take necessary action for filling the vacant posts following the rule of reservation, provisions of the presidential orders and services rules.
They have been asked to furnish details of all vacant posts including local cadre wise vacancy position, roster points and qualification etc to the recruiting agency immediately under intimation to the Finance department. According to the order, the department shall issue necessary amendments to their service rules/government orders as regards recruitment procedure/ recruiting agency/wherever necessary, before issue of notification.
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