There are the following govt jobs opening for Nurses. Please refer to the following table to check the latest jobs opening for Nurses.
Nurses Govt Jobs 2022 List
|Organization||Posts||Post Name||Qualification||Deadline||Get Detail|
|DHS Jamatra||74||ANM, Staff Nurse, Data Manager & Other||10th, 10+2, Diploma, Degree, PG degree||17-10-22||Get Detail|
|Social Welfare Cell Jamtara||74||ANM, Staff Nurse & Other||10+2, Degree, PG degree||17-10-22||Get Detail|
|UP NHM||113||Clinical Psychologist, Psychiatric Social Worker, Psychiatric Nurse||PG Degree, Diploma, B.Sc Nursing||-||Get Detail|
The candidates who have completed a diploma in nursing, bachelor or master degree in nursing should check the following vacancies open in Government Sectors. We list here all the latest jobs vacancies for male or female nurses in the year 2022.
The job market for nurses is always on the high and with the passage of time as more and more hospitals and several other health care institutions are opening up, the demands for nurses are also increasing. Since the recent past various governmental organizations are advertising nursing jobs. The essential educational qualification for applying to the various governmental nursing jobs is BSc in nursing. Like for example among others recently the Dyal Singh College which is under the University of Delhi has advertised a requirement for the post of Nurse. Then there is a requirement for a staff nurse in the Indira Gandhi University, Meerpur. Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Mumbai has also invited applications for the position of Nurse.
Many of these positions which are offered by various governmental institutions are contractual jobs. The consolidated salary for the post of nurse varies between Rs. 13200 per month to 34800 per month along with the gross pay of Rs. 3200. Some organizations offer a grade of even higher range like Rs. 4600.
The major responsibilities that a nurse has to fulfill in the governmental institutions i.e. the governmental nursing colleges, is teaching the students in order to churn out better nurses and make the pupil aware of the new techniques and technologies that are used in the health care industry. However, in the hospitals, the nurses play a vital role in not only taking care of the patients but also in executing the task of a mediator among the doctors, the patients and the relatives or family members of the patients. The nurses are majorly responsible for making a treatment successful as they are the ones on whom both the doctors and the patient parties rely.