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ABSTRACT

Health and Family Welfare – Upgraded Primary Health Centres – Creation of 186 posts of Medical Officers – Appointment on Contract Basis – Te
and Conditions – Orders – issued.

HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE (E2) DEPARTMENT

G.O (Ms) No.197


Dated: 7.6.2004

Read:

1. G.O.(Ms) No.1395, Health dt, 27.9.2001


2. G.O.(Ms) No.293, Health dt, 12.10.2001
3. G.O.(Ms) No.106, Health dt, 7.6.2002
4. G.O.(Ms) No.210, Health dt, 24.10.2002
5. G.O.(Ms) No.108, Health dt, 22.5.2003
6. G.O.(Ms) No.320, Health dt, 29.9.2003

ORDER:

In the Government Order read above, the Government have issued orders for the upgradation of 93 Primary Health Centres as detailed in Annexu
1. The upgraded Primary Health Centres (UPHCs) have been provided with modern equipments like Ultra Sonograms, Portable ECGs, X-Ray wit
improved laboratory facilities and ambulances.

2. In order to provide round the clock service to the people at the upgraded Primary Health Centres it has been decided to create 186 posts of Me
Officers at the rate of two (one male and one female) for each of the upgraded Primary Health Centres. The Government have accordingly decide
create 186 additional posts of Medical Officers. It has also been decided to fill up the above posts on contract basis.

3. Accordingly the Government direct that 186 posts of Medical Officers be created in the 93 Upgraded Primary Health Centres. The Government
direct that these posts shall be filled up on contract basis. The Medical Officers shall be paid a consolidated pay of Rs.8000 (Rupees eight thousa
only) per month.

4. The details of the Upgraded Primary Health Centres are indicated in Annexure 1. The procedure for selection of Medical Officers and the terms
conditions of appointment are indicated in Annexure II and III of this order. The form of agreement to be executed by the Medical Officers is indica
in Annexure IV of this order.

5. The expenditure shall be debited to

“2210-Medical and Public Health II State Plan – 03.Rural Health Services – Allopathy – 103.Primary Health Centres – JM.Primary Health Centres
(DPC 2210 03 103 JM 0008)”.

6. This order issues with the concurrence of Finance Department vide its U.O.No.1672/FS/P/2004 dated 4.6.2004.

(BY ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR)

SHEELA RANI CHUNK


SECRETARY TO GOVERNM

To

The Director of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Chennai-6.


The Director of Medical and Rural Health Services, Chennai-6.
The Director of Medical Education, Chennai-10.
All Collectors.
The Accountant General, Chennai-18/35
All Treasury Officers of the concerned Districts.
The Pay and Accounts Officer, Chennai / Madurai.

Copy to:

Personnel & Administrative Reforms/Finance Departments.


Under Secretary to Hon’ble Chief Minister, Chennai-9.
The Senior Personal Assistant to Minister for Health, Chennai-9.
SF/SCs

//Forwarded/By order//

Section O

ANNEXURE I

UPGRADED PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES

UPGRADED PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRES FUNCTIONING IN TAMIL NADU

SI.No Name of the HUD Part II Scheme PMGY 2001-02 PMGY 2002-03 NABARD PMGY 2003-04 Upgraded D
2001-02 G.O.Ms.No. 293H G.O.Ms.No. 106H G.O.Ms.No. G.O.Ms.No. 108H 2003-04
G.O.Ms.No.1395 H Dated 12/01/2001 Dated 7/06/2002 210H Dated Dated G.O.Ms.No
dated 27/09/2001 24/01/2002 22/05/2003 Dated 29/0
1. Kancheepuram Walajabad Achirapakkam Tiruppukuzhi
2. Saidapet Nandivaram
3. Tiruvellore R.K.Pet
4. Poonamallee
5. Vellore Anaicut Banavaram Odugathur
6. Tirupattur Madanur
7. Tiruvannamalai Kadaladi
8. Cheyyar S.V.Nagaram Peranamal
Thatchur
9. Cuddalore Oraiyur Puduchatram
10. Villupuram Siruvanthadu Mallam Valathy
11. Kallakurichi Kachirapalayam Iruvelpattu
Mugaiyour
Thiyagadur
12. Thanjavur Thiruvonam Budalur Thondramp
13. Tiruvarur Vadavur
14. Nagapattinam Thalainayar Tirupoondi
15. Tiruchirapalli Uppiliyapuram Kulumani Valyampatti Thattaiyang
16. Perambalur Meensurity Andimadam
Karai
17. Karur Mylampatti Thogaimalai
18. Pudukkottai Viralimalai
Andakulam
19. Aranthangi
20. Madurai Chekkanurani Karungalakudi
Elumalai
21. Theni Kadamalalkundu Veerapandy Devadanapatty
22. Dindugal Kosavapatty Kannivadi Senthural
23. Palani
24. Ramanathapuram Uchipull Devipattinam
25. Paramakudi
26. Sivaganaga Muthuanendal Kalaiyarkoil
27. Virudhunagar Narikudi
28. Sivakasi
29. Tirunelveli Kadayam Mukkudai Ukkirankottai Kallur
Thirukaran
30. Sankarankoil Kuruvikulam Pavaoorch
Sendamara
31. Tuticorin Eral Alwarthirunagar
Karungulam
32. Koipatti Kazhugum
Nagalapura
33. Nagecoil Agastheeswaram Edaicode
34. Salem Kadayampatti Valapadi
35. Namakkal Erayamangalam Vinaitheerthapuram Mohanur
Valavanthin
Kokkaraya
Belukkurich
36. Dharmapuri Marandhahalli Morappur Karimangalam Thoppur
37. Krishnagiri Soolagiri Anjetti
38. Coimbatore Karamadai Kolarpatti
39. Tiruppur Pongalur
Kumaraling
40. Erode Nambiyur
Thalavadi
Koogalur
41. Dharapuram Modakurichi Kunnathur
42. Nilgiris Keradamat
1 20 20 17 2 33

ANNEXURE – II

PROCEDURE FOR SELECTION

1) The selection of Doctors on Contract basis shall be made by the Selection Committee as detailed below:

1. District Collector - Chairman

2. JD / DD Medical and Rural Health Services and Family Welfare of the respective HUDs - Member

3. Deputy Director of Health Services of the respective HUDs - Member / Convenor

2) The candidates shall posses minimum qualification of MBBS Degree.

3) The District level Selection Committee shall obtain a list of qualified candidates from the Employment Exchange for interview and select the
candidates by following the procedure prescribed. If suitable candidates are not available in the Employment Exchange the District Committee sha
obtain NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the Employment Exchange and then issue advertisement in prominent local newspapers calling for
application from suitable candidates for appointment as medical officers on contract basis.

4) The committee shall scrutinize the applications received, call for interview, screen the candidates and select them keeping in mind the follow
criteria, namely:-

a. Rule of reservation to be followed in the contract appointments.


b. Selection and appointment may be made for specific upgraded Primary Health Centre.

c. Preference will be given to the doctors resident near the Primary Health Centres to which they seek appointment.

5) The Deputy Director of Health Services shall issue the appointment order after the approval of the District committee.

6) The Deputy Director of Health Services are authorized to issue orders of termination in consultation with the District committee.

7) The Deputy Director of Health Services is the authority to draw and disburse the consolidated pay to the doctors appointed on contract basis
The Deputy Director of Health Services will intimate the vacancies to the committee as and when vacancies arise.

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ANNEXURE – III

TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR APPOINTMENT OF CONTRACT MEDICAL OFFICERS

1. The appointment is purely on contract basis. The period of contract shall initially be for one year from the date of joining. The contract may how
be extended, further at the discretion of the District Level Committee depending upon the performance and need.

2. The candidate is liable to be terminated at any time during the period of contract, without any notice.

3. The selection of the medical officers will be specific to the upgraded Primary Health Centre. He / She will work in that Primary Health Centre
during the period of Contract. He / She shall be paid a consolidated sum of Rs.8,000/- (Eight thousand only) per month and shall work for six day
week from 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. He / she shall be resident in Primary Health Centre Headquarters and will be on 24 hours call duty. He / She wil
also have to take up regular night duty as assigned.

4. Medical Officers working on contract basis shall abide by the duties and responsibilities assigned by the Deputy Director of Health Services.

5. The Medical Officers selected and posted for specific Primary Health Centres on contract basis shall not be transferred under any circumstance
any other Primary Health Centre or to any other Health Institution.

6. The Medical Officers working on contract are not eligible to apply for Post Graduate course as a Service candidate.

7. He / She will be eligible only for 10 days Casual Leave in a year. He / She will not be eligible for any other leave.

8. Any unauthorized absence will entail termination from service.

9. The Medical Officer will also carry out any instructions assigned from time to time in the course of his / her employment.

10. Any representation that the Medical Officers may have may be addressed to the Chairman of the District Committee who will give a quick hea
and fair disposal

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ANNEXURE – IV

AGREEMENT

This agreement is made on the JJJJJJ..day ofJJJJJ.Two thousand and four between DrJJJJJJJJJ(name) Daughter/Son/W
ThiruJJJJJJ..residing at JJJJJJJand appointed as Medical Officers on contract basis (hereinafter referred to as the “Appointee”) the
part and the Government of Tamil Nadu which expression includes his successors in office and assignee (hereinafter referred to as the “Governm
of the other part.

Whereas the Appointee DrJJJJJJJ(Name) having been selected and appointed as Medical Officers to work on contract basis, in the Upgra
Primary Health CentreJJJJJJJ.

JJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJDistrict for a period of one year ANDWHEREAS this contract appointment has to be governed by an
agreement to be executed by the Appointee and the Government.
NOW THEREFORE it is hereby agreed as follows:-

1. The Appointee shall work in the Upgraded Primary Health Centre to which he/she is posted and undertake to discharge his/her duties and
responsibilities to the best of his/her knowledge and ability.

2. The appointment is specific to the Upgraded Primary Health Centre for which the candidate is selected and the appointee should serve there fo
the entire period of contract.

3. The appointee shall not claim any rights as a full time member of services since it is only a contract appointment.

4. The Appointee shall not be entitled for any preferential claim whatsoever for regular appointment in Government service at a future date.

5. The Appointee shall not be entitled to any probationary or other rights.

6. The services of the Appointee are liable to be terminated at any time during the contract period without any notice.

7. The Appointee shall serve the Upgraded Primary Health Centre for the contract period and shall abide by all the rules in force.

8. This agreement shall remain in full force for the period of contract and all sums due by the Appointee to the Government of Tamil Nadu unde
this agreement shall be liable to be recovered from the Appointee under the Tamil Nadu “Revenue Recovery Act, 1864 (Tamil Nadu Act II of 1864

This agreement is signed by the Appointee and ThiruJJJJJJJJJ(name)JJJJJJJ..(designation) acting for and on behalf of and by
order and direction of the Governor of Tamil Nadu on the day, month and the year first written above.

JJJJJJJJJJ.. JJJJJJJJJ

Signature of the Appointee Signature of ThiruJJJJJ(name)

JJJJJJJJ.(designation)

acting for and on behalf of and by the order and

direction of Governor of Tamil Nadu

Witnesses: Witnesses:

1. 1.

2. 2.

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