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Poor response to the temporary recruitment drive for doctors in government hospitals in DK


Team Udayavani, May 31, 2021, 12:59 PM IST

Mangaluru: The temporary recruitment drive for doctors, nurses and Group D staffers to work at the District Wenlock Hospital and taluk hospitals has received poor response.

Although the response for the temporary post of doctors has always been poor, this time due to Covid applicants are more cautious.

It is said that the health department and Wenlock Hospital had separately invited applications to fill the posts of 5 physicians and 5 anaesthetists, 8 MBBS doctors, 69 staff nurses, 46 Group D employees and five lab technicians.

Only three applied for the posts of MBBS doctors, 25 for the posts of nurses and 5 each for lab technicians and Group D staffers.

Dr Sadashiva Shanbhag, medical superintendent, Wenlock Hospital, said that the candidates can work for six months and may be extended if necessary. Also,  officials have said that candidates can walk in any time for an interview.

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