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Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya Recruitment 2023 - Centre Manager Vacancy, Job Openings

Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya is recruiting for Centre Manager Vacancies, Apply Now.

Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya

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Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya released the latest job notification for the recruitment of Centre Manager vacancy. Interested candidates can apply before the last date. Check more details on the Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya job vacancy 2023.

Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya Recruitment Notification 2023

Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya has recently sought a job notification for the recruitment of a Centre Manager Vacancy. Desirous candidates can check all the job details of no of posts, age limit, salary, qualification, etc prescribed below:

Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya job Openings

About Job

Requirement Details

Post Name

Centre Manager




Mookaiaw/ Phramer/ Phlanwangbroi/ Ri-Bhoi district- Khweng Village and Umroi (Nongrah)



Last Date



Not Mentioned

Application Fees


Educational Qualification for Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya Job Vacancy:

Post Name

Educational Qualification

Centre Manager

To apply for the post of Centre Manager at the Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya, the candidate should have done Graduate/Bachelor or Masters's degree in agriculture, Social Work, Rural Development, Public Health, etc/ Diploma in Agriculture. BSc (Agri)or B.Sc (Chem).

How to Apply for Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya Job Openings:

The candidate that is interested and fulfills all the eligibility are required to attend the walk-in interview at the below-mentioned venue and date along with Bio-Data with all educational and supporting documents.

Disclaimer: Provided by the Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya

About Gramin Healthcare Meghalaya: In medicine, rural health or rural medicine is the interdisciplinary study of health and health care delivery in rural environments. The concept of rural health incorporates many fields, including geography, midwifery, nursing, sociology, economics, and telehealth or telemedicine.

Research shows that the healthcare needs of individuals living in rural areas are different from those in urban areas, and rural areas often suffer from a lack of access to healthcare. These differences are the result of geographic, demographic, socioeconomic, workplace, and personal health factors. For example, many rural communities have a large proportion of elderly people and children. With relatively few people of working age (20–50 years of age), such communities have a high dependency ratio. People living in rural areas also tend to have poorer socioeconomic conditions, less education, higher rates of tobacco and alcohol use, and higher mortality rates when compared to their urban counterparts. There are also high rates of poverty among rural dwellers in many parts of the world, and poverty is one of the biggest social determinants of health.

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