APPENDIX-V

Brief particulars relating to the Services to which recruitment is being made through this examination are given below.

   

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 Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways
 Posts of Assistant Medical Officer in the Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service under the Ministry of Defence.  
 Junior Scale posts in the Central Health Service. 
 Medical Officer in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.  
General Duty Medical Officer in New Delhi Municipal Council

1. Assistant Divisional Medical Officer in the Railways :

(a) The post in Group A - The revised pay structure of the post is Pay Band - 3 of Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay Rs. 5400 plus Non-Practising Allwoance as per orders in force from time to time.  The rate of Non-Practicing Allowance at present is 25% of Basic Pay (i.e. aggregate of Pay in Pay Band and Grade Pay)  subject to the condition that the Basic Pay plus Non-Practicing Allowance does not exceed Rs. 85000/-.

The candidates will be bound to observe the orders which the Ministry of Railways or any higher authority may issue from time to time restricting or prohibiting private practice by him. The candidates in Government service will be given initial pay in the above mentioned scale according to rules and orders while others will be given the minimum of the pay scale mentioned above.

(b) A candidate will be appointed on probation for a period of One year which may be extended by the Government if considered necessary. On satisfactory completion of the probation, candidates will be eligible for confirmation in the junior scale of the Indian Railway Medical Service.

(c) The appointment of probationers can be terminated by one month’s notice in writing on either side during the period of probation in terms of Rule 301 (3) of the Indian Railway Establishment Code, Volume-I. Such notice is not however, required in cases of dismissal or removals as disciplinary measure after compliance with the provisions of Clause (2) of Article 311 of the Constitution and compulsory retirement due to mental or physical incapacity.

(d) A candidate will have to undergo training as prescribed by the Ministry of Railways and pass all the Departmental Examinations.

(e) A candidate will be governed by the "Contributory pension System" effective from 01.01.2004 as per orders of the Government..

(f) A candidate will be eligible for leave in accordance with the leave rules as in force from time to time and applicable to officers of his status.

(g) A candidate will be eligible for free Railway Passes and Privilege Ticket Orders in accordance with the rules in force from time to time.

(h) A candidate will be required to pass the examination in Hindi of an approved standard within the period of probation and failure to do so shall involve liability to termination of service.

(i) Under the rules every person appointed to the above post shall, if so required, be liable to serve in any Defence Service or post connected with the Defence of India for a period of not less than four years including the period spent on training, if any. provided that such person -

         (a)     shall not be required to serve as aforesaid after the expiry of ten years from the date of such appointment.

         (b)     shall not ordinarily be required to serve as aforesaid after attaining the age of 45 years.

(j) Reckoning Service : The persons who are recruited under these rules to posts to which the conditions prescribed in Rule 45 of Railway Services (Pension) Rules, 1993 are applicable shall be eligible to the benefit of the provisions  contained in the rule.

(k) A candidate will be governed in respect of matters specifically referred to above as well as other matters by the provisions of the Indian Railways Establishment Code and the extant orders as amended/issued from time to time.

(l) In the first instance a candidate will be posted to the Railway Health Units/Dispensaries at way side Station.  ADMOs are also liable to transfer to any Railways.  

(m) Prospects of promotion including pay scales and allowances attached to higher grades will be as per the provisions of Railway Medical Service Recruitment Rules, 2000 and the orders and instructions issued by the Ministry of Railway from time to time.  .  

(n)     Duties and Responsibilities :

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Assistant Divisional Medical Officers

(i)      He will attend the indoor wards and out patient department daily and as required.

(ii)     He will carry out physical examination of candidates and of employees in service in accordance with the regulations in force.

(iii)    He will look after family planning, public health and sanitation in his jurisdiction.

(iv)    He will carry out examination of vendors.

(v)     He will be responsible for discipline and proper discharge of duties of the Hospital Staff.

(vi)    He will carry out duties assigned to him specially if any and will prepare returns and indents connected with his speciality.

(vii)   He will maintain and upkeep all equipments in his charge.

Note 1 : When an ADMO is posted at the Headquarters of a division under the charge of a Divisional Medical Officer he will assist the Divisional Medical Officer in all his duties but  may be specially assigned with certain duties and responsibilities.

Note 2 : ADMOs will also be required to perform such other duties as may be assigned to them from time to time.  

II. Posts of Assistant Medical Officer in the Indian Ordnance Factories Health Service under the Ministry of Defence.

(a)     The posts are temporary in Group A but likely to be made permanent in due course. The scale of pay is in the Pay Band PB-3 of Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay of Rs. 5400/- plus non-practising allowance (NPA) as per orders in force from time to time. The rates at present are 25% of the basic pay.

(b)     The candidates will be on probation for a period of 2 years from the date of appointment which may be curtailed  or extended at the discretion of the competent authority. On satisfactory completion of the probation period he will continue in the temporary post till confirmed against the permanent vacancy.

(c)     The candidate can be posted any where in India in any of the Ordnance Factory Hospitals or Dispensaries.

(d)     Private practice of any kind whatsoever is prohibited.

(e)     The appointment can be terminated on one month’s notice on either side during the period of probation and thereafter while employed in temporary capacity. The Government reserves the right to give one month’s pay in lieu of notice.

(f)      prospects of promotion including pay scale and allowances attached to the higher grades will be as per the provisions of IOFHS Rules 2001 and the order and Instructions issued by the Government from time to time.

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(g) Nature of Duties - 

(1) Assistant Medical Officers.

(i)      They will attend to indoor patients in wards/departments of hospitals and out patients/dispensaries/out-patient departments daily and as required.

(ii)     They will carry out medical examination of employees and candidates for employment in accordance with the regulation in force.

(iii)    They will maintain and upkeep all equipment in their charge.

(iv)    They will be responsible for training, discipline and proper discharge of duties of the hospital and dispensary staff.

(v)     They will perform such other duties as are allotted to them by the Medical Officer-in-Charge as per rules.

   

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(2) Assistant Director Health Services and Senior Medical Officer.

(a)     ADHS posted at the Hqrs will assist the DHS/Addl. DHS/DDHS in the discharge of their duties on all medical matters as directed by them.

(b)     He will assist the DHS/Addl. DHS/DDHS in the day to day work of the Medical Section as the Section Officer.

(c)     He will perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the DHS/Addl. DHS/DDHS from time to time.

(d)     He will assist the DHS in dealing with all questions relating to Medical Stores & Equipments.

(e)     They will arrange medical attention to the employees and their families as per rules.

(f)     SMOs will attend Indoor Wards, Factory Health Clinic, Estate Clinic, OPD and will be required to perform such other duties as may be assigned by PMO and SMO in-charge of the hospital.

   

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(3) Dy. Director Health Services and Principal Medical Officer.

(a)     DDHS posted at the Hqrs will assist the DHS/Addl. DHS in the discharge of the later’s duties in matters as directed by him.

(b)     PMO-Senior PMOs will be MO in-charge of  factory hospitals and the Medical Estt. there.

(c)     As M.O. Incharge they will be advisers to the GM of Fys. on all medical matters and make recommendation as considered necessary.

(d)     They will arrange medical attention to the employees and their families as per rules.

(e)     They will perform such other duties as may be laid down under any statute or Govt. orders or delegated to him by the DHS.

(f) Principal Medical Officers will attend indoor Wards, Factory Health Clinic, Estate Health Clinic, OPD and will be required to perform such other duties as may be assigned by PMO-in-Charge of the Hospital.

 

(4)     Additional Director Health Services.

(a)     Addl. DHS will assist the DHS in discharge of the latter’s duties in the matter as directed by him.

(b)     He will act as DHS under order of DGOF in latter’s absence on leave, tour etc.

   

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(5) Chief Medical Officer :- 

a.    He/She will have overall responsibility of administration of Ord. Fy. Hospitals having specialist centres, including Factory Health Organization and Family Welfare Centre.

b.    Advise General Manager on medical, health, hygiene and occupational health matters.

c.    Plan, organize and monitor the work of Medical Establishment and review progress.

d.    Organize Hospital services in accordance with the orders,instructions and regularisation issued from time to time by higher authorities.

e.    Ascertain the expressed and implied need and expectations, grievances and suggestions of the patients, factory management, statutory authorities and community and organize the health services to meet them wherever possible.

f.    Ensure that all the resources allotted to the medical establishments are fully optimally utilized and economy is observed in the functioning.

g.    He will perform such other duties as may be liad down under any statute of Govt. orders or delegated to him by DHS.

 

6.        Director Health Services.

(a)     Medical Adviser to DGOF on all Medical and Health matters. Controlling authority of the Medical Establishment of DGOF organisation on all Professional and Technical matters. He will exercise the administrative powers as delegated to him by the DGOF.

(b)     He will work out the plans of implementation of the reports/recommendations accepted by the Govt.

(c)     As the Controlling Authority he will distribute the personnel according to the requirement of factories.

(d)     He will normally represent the DGOF on the UPSC.

(e)     He will normally once a year make or cause to be made inspection of all factories and report to the DGOF on the working of Medical installation there on all matters connected with Medical Estt.

(f)      He will initiate ACR of Addl. DHS and  will review the reports of all SA grade, JAG (NFSG) & JAG (OG) officers of IOFHS.

   

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III. Junior Scale posts in the Central Health Service.

(a)     The posts are temporary but likely to continue indefinitely. Candidates will be appointed to Junior Group ‘A’ scale and they will be on probation for the period of 2 years from the date of appointment which may be curtailed or extended at the discretion of the competent authority. They will be confirmed after the satisfactory completion of probation subject to availability of permanent posts.

(b)     The candidates can be posted any where in India in any dispensary or hospital under any organisation participating in the Central Health Service viz. C.G.H.S. operating at Delhi, Bangalore, Bombay, Meerut, Lakshadweep Andaman and Nicobar Islands, P&T department etc. Private practice of any kind whatsoever including lab and consultant practice is prohibited.

(c)     The scale of pay admissible in the Medical Officer of CHS is in the Pay Band PB-3 of Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay of Rs. 5400 and 25% NPA as per the recommendations of the 6 Pay Commission and the promotional avenues will be available as per the provision of CHS Rules, 1996 and the orders and instructions issued by the Govt. from time to time.

   

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IV. Medical Officer in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi.

(i)      The posts are temporary in category ‘A’  but likely to be made permanent in due course. The scale of pay is in the Pay Band PB-3 of Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay of Rs. 5400 plus restricted non-practising allowance (NPA) as per orders in force from time to time.

(ii)     The candidate will be on probation for a period of one year from the date of appointment which may be curtailed or extended at the discretion of competent authority. On  satisfactory completion of the probation period, he will continue in the temporary  post till confirmed against the permanent vacancy.

(iii)    The candidate can be posted any where within the jurisdiction of the Municipal Corporation of Delhi in any one of the Hospitals/Dispensaries/M & CW and Family Welfare Centres/Primary Health Centres etc.

(iv)    Private  practice of any kind whatsoever is prohibited.

(v)     The  appointment can be terminated on one month’s notice on either side during the period of probation and thereafter while employed in temporary capacity. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi reserve the right to pay one month’s pay in lieu of notice.

   

Prospects of promotion including pay scales and allowances attached to the higher grades shall be according to the provisions of the Recruitment Regulations.  

 

V. General Duty Medical Officer in New Delhi Municipal Council

(a)    The scale of post is in the Pay Band PB-3 of Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay of Rs. 5400 (VIth CPC) plus restricted non-practicing allowance (NPA) as per orders in force from time to time. 

(b)    Ordinary rules regarding pension, gratuity, confirmation etc. as enforced in the Council from time to time will be applicable.

(c)    The candidate will be on probation for a period of two years from the date of appointment which may be extended at the discretion of the competent authority.  On satisfactory completion of the probation period will continue in the temporary capactiy till confirmed against the permanent vacancy.

(d)    The candidate can be posted anywhere within the jurisdiction of the NDMC in any of the hospitals/dispensaries/M&C&family welfare centres/Primary Health Centres etc.

(e)    Private practice of any kind whatsoever is prohibited.

(f)    The appointment can be terminated on one month's notice on either side during the period of probation and thereafter, while employed in temporary capacity, NDMC reserves the right to one month's pay in lieu of notice.

(g) GDMO shall be entitled for promotion as Senior Medical Officer in the Pay Band-3 of Rs. 15600-39100 + Grade Pay Rs. 6600 and from Senior Medical Officer to Chief Medical Officer in the Pay Band-3 of Rs. 15600-39100 + Grade Pay of Rs. 7600 and from Chief Medical Officer to chief Medical Officer (Non-functional Selection Grade) in the Pay Band-4 of Rs. 37400-67000 + Grade Pay of Rs. 8700 and Senior Administrative Grade Pay Band-4 of Rs. 37400-67000 + Grade Pay of Rs. 10000.

 

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