Doctors to Be Exempted from Written Tests for Recruitment

by VR Sreeraman on  February 9, 2007 at 12:05 PM Alternative Medicine News
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Doctors to Be Exempted from Written Tests for Recruitment
Bihar: The Jharkhand government has decided to appoint ayurveda, homeopathy and unani doctors without written examinations and only on the basis of an interview.

Clearing the way for the appointment of nearly 300 doctors, the cabinet Wednesday evening decided that the government would advertise for the posts and directly call the applicants for interviews.

The interviews would be held at the division level. The exemption from written examinations would be applicable only for doctors appointed on contract.

The government had earlier appointed nearly 2,000 allopathic doctors on a similar arrangement.

Source: IANS
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