महात्मा गांधी वैद्यकीय विज्ञान संस्था (MGIMS) वर्धा येथे 72 रिक्त पदांची भरती सुरू | MGIMS Wardha Bharti 2022

MGIMS Wardha Bharti 2022

MGIMS Wardha Bharti 2022 Details

MGIMS Wardha Bharti 2022 : Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha is inviting applications on plain paper for the Professor, Associate Professor & Assistant Professor posts Applicant must reach the application to the given address before the last date. More Details are given below:-

Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences Wardha Bharti 2022

महात्मा गांधी वैद्यकीय विज्ञान संस्था, वर्धा येथे प्राध्यापक, सहयोगी प्राध्यापक आणि सहायक प्राध्यापक पदांच्या एकूण 72 रिक्त जागा भरण्यासाठी पदानुसार पात्र असणाऱ्या उमेदवारांकडून अर्ज मागविण्यात येत आहे. अर्ज ऑफलाईन पद्धतीने करायचा आहे. अर्ज करण्याची शेवटची तारीख 10 ऑगस्ट 2022 आहे.

या भरती संदर्भातील पुढील सर्व अपडेट्स वेळेवर मिळण्यासाठी महाभरतीची अधिकृत मोबाईल अँप येथे क्लिक करून लगेच आपल्या मोबाईल मध्ये डाउनलोड करा.

  • पदाचे नाव – प्राध्यापक, सहयोगी प्राध्यापक आणि सहायक प्राध्यापक
  • पदसंख्या – 72 जागा
  • शैक्षणिक पात्रता – MBBS (मूळ जाहिरात बघावी.)
  • नोकरी ठिकाणवर्धा
  • अर्ज पद्धती – ऑफलाईन
  • अर्ज पाठवण्याचा पत्ता – सचिव कार्यालय, कस्तुरबा हेल्थ सोसायटी, सेवाग्राम जि. वर्धा – 442 102
  • अर्ज करण्याची शेवटची तारीख – 10 ऑगस्ट 2022
  • अधिकृत वेबसाईट – www.mgims.ac.in 

How To Apply For Kasturba Health Society Wardha Bharti 2022

  1. या भरतीकरिता अर्ज ऑफलाईन पद्धतीने करायचा आहे.
  2. सर्व संलग्नकांसह रीतसर भरलेला अर्ज दिलेल्या पत्यावर पाठवावा.
  3. अर्जासोबत संबंधित कागदपत्रे पाठवणे आवश्यक आहे.
  4. अर्जामध्ये माहिती अपूर्ण असल्यास अर्ज अपात्र ठरविण्यात येईल.
  5. अर्ज करण्याची शेवटची तारीख 10 ऑगस्ट 2022 आहे.
  6. अधिक माहिती करिता कृपया दिलेली PDF जाहिरात बघावी.

MGIMS Wardha Vacancy 2022 Details

MGIMS Wardha Bharti 2022 

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MGIMS Wardha Recruitment 2022 Details

MGIMS Wardha Bharti 2022 : The Secretary, Kasturba Health Society is inviting applications on plain paper for the post of Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor which must reach the given address before the last date. More Details is given below:-

Secretary, Kasturba Health Society, Sevagram Dist. Wardha (MS) invites applications for the following posts in the prescribed proforma. Enclose all certified photocopies of academic and experience certificates for the said post which should reach to the office of the Secretary, Kasturba Health Society, Sevagram Dist. Wardha – 442102, Maharashtra (email: [email protected]) latest by 19/02/2022. The appointments would be on adhoc basis till the next Selection Committee of MUHS.

The recruitment notification has been declared from the Kasturba Health Society Wardha for interested and eligible candidates to fill various vacancies. The applications are invited for the Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor posts. There are a total of 12 vacancies available to fill with the posts. The job location for this recruitment is Sevagram Dist. Wardha. Applicants apply offline mode for Kasturba Health Society Bharti 2022. Interested and eligible candidates can send their applications to the mentioned address before the last date. The last date of submission of the applications is the 19th of February 2022. For more details about MGIMS Wardha Recruitment 2022, visit our website www.MahaBharti.in.

Kasturba Health Society Bharti 2022

Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences MGIMS Wardha Bharti 2022 Details

? Name of Department Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Wardha, Kasturba Health Society
? Recruitment Details MGIMS Wardha Recruitment 2022
? Name of Posts Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor
? No of Posts 12 Vacancies
? Job Location Wardha
✍? Application Mode Offline
✉️ Address  Secretary, Kasturba Health Society, Sevagram Dist. Wardha – 442102
✅ Official WebSite www.mgims.ac.in

Educational Qualification For MGIMS Wardha Recruitment 2022

Professor Qualification: MBBS with MCI recognized Post-graduate Degree in the concerned subject.

Experience: As per MCI & MUHS norms

Pay Scale: As per Rules of Kasturba Health Society

Associate Professor Qualification: MBBS with MCI recognized Post-graduate Degree in concerned subject.

Experience: As per MCI & MUHS norms

Pay Scale: As per Rules of Kasturba Health Society

Assistant Professor Qualification: MBBS with MCI recognized Post-graduate Degree in the concerned subject.

Experience: As per MCI & MUHS norms

Pay Scale: As per Rules of Kasturba Health Society

MGIMS Wardha Recruitment Vacancy Details

Professor 01 Vacancy
Associate Professor 02 Vacancies
Assistant Professor 09 Vacancies

All Important Dates | @www.mgims.ac.in

⏰ Last Date 19th of February 2022

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History and Heritage 

The name of the institute itself speaks of its historical roots. These roots go back to the time of Indian Independence Movement, and to a place originally called Shegaon, now known as Sevagram.

It was 1936, when Mahatma Gandhi left Sabarmati ashram and set up his ashram in Sevagram, a small village in Wardha town in Maharashtra. Gandhi directed the independence movement of the country from here. This has immortalized Sevagram in the history of the Nation.

In 1938, Dr Sushila Nayar, then a young medical graduate, came to Sevagram to meet her brother Pyarelal. Pyarelal was Gandhi’s secretary and a link to Dr. Nayar’s association with the Mahatma. Born on 26th December 1914, in Kunjah (Gujarat), now in Pakistan, Sushila was just another girl from a middle class family. It was by her sheer grit and dedication that she, later on, carved a national position and contributed immensely to society.

During her stay in Sevagram, she was highly influenced by Gandhi’s ideology. She also had her first encounter with community medicine in this village. When cholera broke out in Sevagram, Gandhi nudged her to tackle it. With no other medical practitioners to help her, she fought the disease almost singlehandedly. It was an experience that would continue into several such experiences which were to chisel her into a hero of public health. Dr. Nayar continued to stay for a year at Sevagram as Gandhi’s personal physician. This was a time when she learnt and imbibed the lessons of austerity and abstinence from Gandhi’s teachings.

After completing MD in medicine she returned to Sevagram in 1942. She zealously participated in the Quit India Movement, which was sweeping the country at that time. In the same year, she was arrested with other prominent Gandhians and sent to prison in Aga Khan Palace, Pune.

In 1944, she started a small dispensary in the premises of the ashram at Sevagram. Her next step was going to be a leap for the village. The small clinic formed outside the ashram, in a guesthouse donated by G.D Birla, was to become a seed of a hospital in Sevagram. And duly in 1945, Kasturba Hospital was born. With its 15 beds it began its service as maternity and children hospital. The hospital continued to grow under the care of the ashram from 1948 to 1954. Thereafter it was taken over by the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi (Mahatma Gandhi National Memorial Trust). On September 11, 1964 an independent registered society to manage the hospital was formed. This was Kasturba Health Society.

After Mahatma Gandhi’s assassination, Dr. Nayar had joined Johns Hopkins University, USA, where she received her degree in Dr PH. Returning in 1950, she set up a tuberculosis sanitarium in Faridabad. Dr. Nayar also headed the Gandhi Memorial Leprosy Foundation. In 1952, when the first election took place in our country, she entered politics. From 1952 to 1955, she served as Health Minister of Delhi State. Subsequently, she became Speaker of the Delhi Vidhan Sabha. She was Union Health Minister again from 1962 to 1967.

During her tenure as Health Minister, she realized the difficulty of finding qualified doctors for posting in rural areas. Even though Primary Health Centres had been set up more villagers, there hardly were any doctors in these centers. It was challenging to find doctors willing to go to villages. At this point of time Lal Bahadur Shastri while addressing Central Council of Health, suggested her to start medical colleges in rural areas. This would give budding doctors an insight into the health problems in rural areas and they would be less hesitant to serve in the villages.

In line with Lal Bahadur Shastri’s foresight, in 1969, and as a part of Gandhi Centenary Program, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences was proposed to be set up on the soil of Sevagram. After the approval of the Planning Commission and with the blessings of the President and the Prime Minister of the country the institute was formed. It was decided that the Government of India, Maharashtra Government and the Kasturba Health society would share the expenditure on it in the proportion of 50:25:25.

When the first batch of 60 students was enrolled in the year 1969, MGIMS came up as independent India’s first attempt give a new direction to rural health. Today it boasts of having groomed more than 2300 doctors. After more than three decades of its birth, MGIMS has come a long way. From a mere 15 bedded hospital to its 972 beds and a hospital with state of the art facilities, MGIMS has created its own small history. In 2014-2015, about 70,000 attended the outpatient department of the institute. More than 48,000 patients were admitted during this period.

MGIMS has grown into an institute nursing the rural community with nominal fees. It has also been working towards its community oriented mission by working strongly with its alcohol and drug de-addiction centre, which is now in its eighth year. It has also implemented the concept of health insurance in rural areas. In 2014-15 as many as 68000 families around Sevagram have availed this facility.

The name “Sevagram” which means imparting service, was given to Shegaon by Mahatma, and MGIMS came forth to live up Sevagram to its name. Looking from the microscope at that time perhaps Gandhi did see the tiny seed grow into an institution of this stature. We at MGIMS strive harder to live up to our own history and heritage.

 


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