JKSSB Release FMPHW / MMPHW Final Selection List 2023, Download PDF
The Jammu and Kashmir Services Selection Board (JKSSB) recently published the final selection list for the Female and Male Multi-Purpose Health Worker (FMPHW/MMPHW) positions. These positions were advertised through Advertisement No. 2 of 2022, and the selection process involved a written examination and document verification.
Download JKSSB FMPHW / MMPHW Final Selection List 2023
The JKSSB is a constitutional organization responsible for recruiting qualified candidates for various government departments in the state. This board conducts recruitment for different posts in departments like education, health, revenue, etc. In February 2022, the board advertised the FMPHW/MMPHW posts in the health department, and the written examination was held in May 2022
The FMPHW/MMPHW written examination comprised multiple-choice questions on various subjects such as general knowledge, reasoning, basic mathematics, and the English language. Those who passed the written test were invited for document verification in September 2022.
Following the document verification process, the board has published the final selection list for the FMPHW/MMPHW posts, which includes the names and roll numbers of the successful candidates. The list is accessible on the JKSSB’s official website, and candidates can confirm their outcomes by providing their roll number or name.
Successful candidates for the FMPHW/MMPHW posts will be assigned to various health centers and hospitals throughout Jammu and Kashmir, where they will be responsible for providing primary health care services to patients. This will include administering medications, wound care, and offering first aid, all under the guidance of medical officers and senior health workers.
JKSSB ReleaseFinal Selection List 2023, Download PDF
The selection of candidates for these roles represents a significant advancement in bolstering Jammu and Kashmir’s healthcare system. The region has faced a range of health issues, and the appointment of FMPHW/MMPHWs will make a valuable contribution toward providing fundamental healthcare services to individuals residing in rural and remote areas.