Hyderabad: In yet another boost to medical education in Telangana, the State government on Wednesday gave the green signal to fill 1,036 vacant posts on a permanent basis for the upcoming medical colleges in Nalgonda and Suryapet, which fall under the control of the Director of Medical Education (DME), Telangana.
Of the 1,036 vacant posts, 132 posts are of Assistant Professors and 904 vacant posts to fill paramedical staff and other non-clinical gazetted posts for the newly established medical colleges in Suryapet and Nalgonda. The authorities said that 518 vacant posts each have been allotted to the Nalgonda and Suryapet medical colleges.
The entire recruitment will be done directly by the Departmental Selection Committee (DSC).
The State government has directed the Health Medical and Family Welfare Department and the DME, Hyderabad, to duly follow the rule of reservation, provisions of the Presidential Order and the provisions of the service rules applicable, while filling the vacant posts. On Monday, the State government also gave a green signal to fill 24 posts of professors, assistant and associate professors for Mahabubnagar medical college.