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Constitution of ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’ ( MRB ) exclusively for Health and Family Welfare Department

Constitution  of ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’  ( MRB )  exclusively for Health and Family Welfare Department

Constitution of ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’ ( MRB ) exclusively for Health and Family Welfare Department

ABSTRACT
Tamil Nadu Medical Service – Constitution of ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’ exclusively for Health and Family Welfare Department – Orders – Issued.
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HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE (C2) DEPARTMENT

G.O.(Ms) No.1 Dated 02.01.2012
Thiruvalluvar Andu-2042,
Margazhi-17.

Read:-
1. From the Director of Medical and Rural Health Services, Letter No.38800/P&D-II/3/2011, dated 24.06.2011.
2. G.O.(Ms).No.328, Health and Family Welfare Department, dated 08.10.2009.
3. G.O.(Ms).No.22, Health and Family Welfare Department, dated 29.01.2010.

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ORDER:
The Health and Family Welfare Department consists of more number of
directorates under its control. Now appointment to various categories is being made by
different modes of appointment. In the case of Direct Recruitment in Medical and Para
Medical or Non-Medical category, the appointment is made either through Tamil Nadu
Public Service Commission or through Employment Exchange. For a very long time, the
Government have found it difficult to make appointments in a speedy manner, which
affects the public especially the poor patients who approach the Government Hospital
for treatment. Further medical services are essential services and keeping the posts
vacant for a long time is not desirable in public interest. Therefore it is considered
necessary to centralize the mode of direct recruitment by constituting a separate
Recruitment Board for the Health and Family Welfare Department on the lines of the
Teachers Recruitment Board.
2. At present, the doctors in Assistant Surgeon cadre are being recruited through
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission. In the case of Para Medical category like
Pharmacist and Laboratory Technician Grade II, a State wide Employment Exchange
Seniority is being followed as in the case of Secondary Grade Teachers and accordingly
orders were issued in Government Orders 2
nd
and 3
rd
read above. In respect of other 2
Para-Medical and other basic service category, direct recruitment is being made by
respective Head of Departments / Appointing Authorities through Employment
Exchange duly following the rule of reservation.
3. There are approximately (more than) 250 categories of posts other than the
posts under the purview of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission with a sanctioned
strength of approximately 54,000 under the control of Health and Family Welfare
Department. In order to fill up the posts in a speedy manner the Government have
decided to constitute a separate Board namely ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’
(MRB) and issue the following orders:-
(a) The ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’ ( MRB ) will consists of the
following:-
(i) Chairman – In the cadre of Additional Secretary to the Government with
Pay Band IV of Rs.37400-67000 with GP Rs.9500/-(one of
the IAS cadre posts in the Health and Family Welfare
Department will perform the duties of the Chairman).
(ii) Member – In the cadre of Joint Director with pay Band IV of
Rs.37400-67000 + GP Rs.8700/-
(iii) Member Secretary – In the cadre of DRO with Pay Band III of Rs.15600-
39100 + GP Rs.7600/-
(iv) Supporting Staff
S.No. Name of the post No.of
posts
Scale of pay with Grade Pay
Rs.
1. Administrative Officer – 1 15600 – 39100 + GP 5400
2. Office Superintendent – 2 9300 – 34800 + GP 4800
3. Assistant – 4 5200 – 20200 + GP 2400
4. Junior Assistant – 2 5200 – 20200 + GP 2000
5. Typist – 2 5200 – 20200 + GP 2000
6. Steno- Typist – 3 5200 – 20200 + GP 2400
7. Record Clerk – 1 4800 – 10000 + GP 1400
8. Office Assistant – 4 4800 – 10000 + GP 1300
Total
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(b) Authorize the Director of Medical and Rural Health Services to purchase the
following types of two vehicles for the use of Chairman and Member Secretary
of ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’ (MRB) at an approximate /
estimated cost of Rs.9,80,625/- (Rupees Nine lakhs eighty thousand six
hundred and twenty five only ) and to sanction fuel as per orders in force:-
Sl.
No.
Designation Model of the Vehicle Approximate cost
Rs.
(i) Chairman TATA INDIGO CS eLX-BS IV 4,89,558/-
(ii) Member
Secretary
Bolero LX Model 2WD7 Seater / BS
3 with MDI 3200
4,91,067/-
Total 9,80,625/-
(c) Sanction is accorded to create one post in DRO cadre with Pay Band III of
Rs.15600-39100 + GP of Rs.7600/- with Recurring expenditure of nearly
Rs.4.19 lakhs (Rupees Four lakhs nineteen thousand only) per annum.
(d) The Director of Medical and Rural Health Services is directed to identify posts
of equal monetary value from among the directorates under Health and Family
Welfare Department for matching surrender to the posts mentioned in para 3
(a) (ii) and (iv) above.
(e) to sanction a sum of Rs.5,85,500/- (Rupees Five lakhs eighty five thousand and
five hundred only) to meet out the Non-Recurring expenditure for creating
infrastructure for the establishment and functioning of the ‘Medical Services
Recruitment Board’ (MRB) as detailed below:
NON RECURRING EXPENDITURE
Computer and other Accessories:
Description No. of
units
Rate
per unit
Rs.
Total
Rs.
Computer with Printer 5 40000 200000
Fax Machine 1 10000 10000
Xerox Machine 1 125000 125000
Telephone with STD connection 3 7500 22500
Total 357500 4
FURNITURE
Description No. of
units
Rate per unit
Rs.
Total
Rs.
Steel Table 15 7000 105000
Steel Almirah 6 12000 72000
‘ S ’ Type Chair 15 2000 30000
Steel Rack 4 2500 10000
Steel Stool 5 1000 5000
Steel Bench 2 3000 6000
Total 228000
(f) the Director of Medical and Rural Health Services is directed to make
necessary arrangement to accommodate the office of the ‘Medical Services
Recruitment Board’ (MRB) in the DMS campus.
4. All direct recruitments under the control of the Directorates of Health and
Family Welfare Department made through Employment Exchange henceforth will be
under the purview of the ‘Medical Services Recruitment Board’ (MRB). The Medical
Services Recruitment Board will be in charge of direct recruitment (by obtaining due
seniority list from the Employment Exchange) of all Para Medical including Nurses and
basic services required for all the Directorates and Hospitals functioning under the
Health and Family Welfare Department (i.e) recruitment of all posts which are not
coming under the purview of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission. The ‘Medical
Services Recruitment Board’ (MRB) will recruit the doctors and if necessary,
specialists under 10 (a) (i) basis (to be later regularized by Tamil Nadu Public Service
Commission) after getting special order for such recruitment.
5. The recurring and non-recurring expenditure mentioned in para 3 (a) (ii), (iv),
3 (c) and para 3 (b) and 3 (e) respectively for the creation of ‘Medical Services
Recruitment Board’ (MRB) shall be debited to the following new head of account
opened under Demand No.19-02:-
2210. Medical and Public Health – 01.Urban Health Services – Allopathy –
001.Direction and Administration. I-Non plan AI. Medical Services
Recruitment Board (DPC 2210 – 01 – 001 – AI – 0003)
01. Salaries – Rs.1000/- (DPC 2210-01-001-AI-0101)
05. Office Expenses
01. Telephone Charges – Rs.22500/- (DPC 2210-01-001-AI-0512)
05.Furniture – Rs.228000/- (DPC 2210-01-001-AI-0558)
19. Machinery and Equipments
01.Purchase – Rs.135000/-(DPC 2210-01-001-AI-1913)
21. Motor Vehicles
01. Purchase – Rs.980625/- (DPC 2210-01-001-AI-2118)
76. Computer and Accessories
01. Purchase – Rs.200000/- (DPC 2210-01-001-AI-7613) 5
6. The Director of Medical and Rural Health Services is the Estimating,
Reconciling and Controlling Authority for the above new sub head of account. The Pay
and Accounts Officer / Treasury Officer concerned are requested to open the above
new head of account in their books.
7. The expenditure sanctioned in para 3 above shall constitute an item of “New
Service” and the approval of Legislature will be obtained in due course. Pending
approval of Legislature, the expenditure will be initially met by an advance from the
Contingency Fund. Orders regarding the sanction of advance from the Contingency
Fund will be issued by Finance (BG-I) Department separately. The Director of Medical
and Rural Health Services is directed to send an application in the prescribed form
along with the copy of this order to Finance (BG-I) Department for sanctioning the
advance for the required quantum. The Director of Medical and Rural Health Services
is also directed to send necessary note for inclusion of the expenditure in the
Supplementary Estimate for 2011-2012 to obtain the approval of the Legislature at the
appropriate stage.
8. The Director of Medical and Rural Health Services is directed to send proposal
to fill up the posts mentioned in para 3(a) (ii) and to fill up the posts mentioned in para
3(a) (iv) at his level immediately.
9. The posting order in respect of Chairman and Member Secretary will be issued
separately by the Public Department.
10. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance Department vide its U.O.
No.69745/CMPC/2011, dated 30.12.2011 and ASL.No.1268(One thousand two hundred
and sixty eight).
(BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR)
GIRIJA VAIDYANATHAN,
PRINCIPAL SECRETARY TO GOVERNMENT
To
The Director of Medical and Rural Health Services, Chennai-6.
All Heads of Departments
All Deans/Medical Superintendent of all Medical Colleges/Hospitals.
All Joint Director/Deputy Director under the Health and Family Welfare Department.
All District Collectors.
The Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission, Chennai-8.
The Accountant General, Chennai-18/35.
The Pay and Accounts Officer (North /South/East), Chennai-1/5/35. 6
The Resident Audit Officer (Sectt), Office of the Principal Accountant General,
(Tamil Nadu & Pondicherry), 2
nd
Floor, Namakkal Kavignar Maligai,
Secretariat, Chennai-9.
The Works Manager, Government Central Press, Chennai-79
(2 copies – for publication in the next Government Gazette issue).
Copy to:-
The Secretary – I to Hon’ble Chief Minister, Chennai-9.
The Special P.A to Hon’ble Minister (Health),Chennai-9
The Finance (Health-II/BG-I/BG-II/CMPC) Department, Chennai-9.
The Public Department, Chennai-9 (in respect of para 9)
All Departments of Secretariat, Chennai-9.
All Officers, Health and Family Welfare Department, Chennai-9.
All Sections in Health and Family Welfare Department, Chennai-9.
The Private Secretary to Principal Secretary to Government,
Health and Family Welfare Department, Chennai – 9.
Stock File / Spare Copy.
// FORWARDED BY ORDER//

SECTION OFFICER

Comments

  1. > Dear Sir, I am an old man aged 63 years. I submit the following
    > few lines so as to enable for the remedy on behalf of 600 parents. I
    > have affected by heart disease and affected by two heart attacks.
    > My son worked as a doctor in a village near Villupuram in a hill area
    > for the past one year. He appointed in hilly areas as per G.O.MS.368
    > Health and Family Welfare department dated 30.12.2010. Nearly 600
    > doctors appointed at that time through paper advertisement
    > temporarily. They worked in that places leaving their oldage parents
    > with very long distances from their native places.
    > Because of their old age, the parents could not be lived with
    > them in
    > that hilly places and difficulty places .I approch to you, not for me
    > but on behalf of 600 doctors” agd parents and wish to get soluation.
    > I approched the
    > Health department in tamilnadu government. But the efforts are all
    > in vain. Now I humbly request you to kindly take the matter to the
    > Health Secretary to Government, by giving an amendment to the above
    > government order and to participat them in the comming general
    > counselling transfer .I also request whenever the new doctors
    > appointed, they may be
    > posted in the places who worked over one year and give a chance to
    > them (old tempoary doctors) by a General counselling transfer by
    > appointing the new recruited doctors.I also requested, All the new
    > doctors to be worked one year in the hilly and difficult places and
    > then they may be transfer to their native districts by
    > generalcounseling.. I approachd the authorities like DIRECTOR level.
    > But they
    > have not hearing my request..Like me many parents affected with this
    > problem. Kindly do the needful.and take the matter to the Health
    > Secretary to Tamilnadu government, or Chief Minister of tamilnadu.
    > This is a general issue affected by the parents of the 10a(i)
    > doctors.Please do the needful. We hope you only & expect your help in
    > our old age. Thanking you Sir. By T.Ramanathan, 85,Juntion road,
    > Sankari po.Salem district.
    >

  2. when will the special tnpsc exam be conducted for us as there are lot of us selected by 10A1 who have not written the exam and waiting for regularisation

  3. when will the special tnpsc exam be conducted for us as there are lot of us selected by 10A1 who have not written the exam and waiting for regularisation kindly reply with a good answer

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