In order to increase the human resource to deal with the ongoing war in the country with Covid-19, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken many steps and has approved many decisions. In this order, it has been announced to postpone the NEET-PG examination for at least four months so that there is no shortage of health workers for epidemic duty and a large number of qualified doctors, including medical interns, are available. Now this exam will be done only after 31 August.
On Sunday, Prime Minister Modi held a virtual meeting with health experts. In this, these important decisions were taken. It is worth noting that the medical students and professionals deployed for the work related to Kovid will be given corona vaccine supplements.
In a statement given by the PMO on Monday, the final year students of MBBS can also be deployed in this work. According to the PMO, health workers who have completed 100 days of discharge of duty for COVID-19 will be given priority in regular government recruitment. It also states that B.Sc. And a team of GNM qualified nurses can also be deployed for covid nursing duty under the supervision of senior doctors. The PMO said that medical personnel who complete 100 days of COVID duties will be given priority in regular government recruitment. Medical interns will be prepared for Covid management tasks under their faculty.
The PMO said that the final year students of MBBS will also be employed for monitoring the corona case with mild symptoms. Their faculty will oversee this work. At the same time, the Prime Minister will be awarded the Kovid National Service Award on completion of 100 days of work by medical personnel posted on Covid duty. All these will be included in the insurance scheme of the government.