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Post graduate training as an incentive for medical officers to work in remote areas, Rajasthan
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Subject Area="Human Resources." Objective="Reduced vacancies."
Details for Reform Option "Post graduate training as an incentive for medical officers to work in remote areas, Rajasthan"
Summary

Action: In order to persuade more doctors to work in rural or difficult areas, postgraduate colleges have been asked to give a 50% bias towards doctors who have worked for three years in difficult areas and five years in rural areas.

Cost Information not available.
Place Rajasthan.
Time Frame Few months.
Advantages

Incentive-based: The incentive has encouraged more doctors to work in difficult areas.

Challanges

None identified.

Prerequisites

Cooperation of post graduate colleges.

Who needs to be consulted

State government, post graduate colleges.

Risks

Sustainability

Good.

Chances of Replication

Good.

Comments

None.

Contact

Submitted By

Dr. Kumkum Srivastava, State Facilitator, ECTA, Rajasthan.

Status Active
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