Department of Medical, Health & Family Welfare, National Health Mission (NHM), Rajasthan has declared NHM CHO Result 2021. Aspirants who have appeared for the recruitment test for Community Health Officer (CHO) can check their result online at rajswasthya.nic.in. Along with the selection list, NHM CHO Cut-off Scores are also announced. The highest cut-off is 313.68 for the General category (NTSP) and 271.58 for the General category (TSP).
As per the result notice, the examination for the NHM CHO Recruitment was conducted on November 10, 2021. The provisional result was out on January 16, 2021. Qualifying candidates were then invited for the documents verification round. Based on the candidate’s performance, conducting body has prepared the NHM CHO Result 2021.
To check the result online, aspirants have to browse the official website which is rajswasthya.nic.in. Navigate to the main website to check the results. NHM Rajasthan has released the result in two separate PDFs; the first is for TSP and the second is for Non-TSP posts. Candidates can check their results according to the post they have applied for. They have to search their application number/ roll number/ name to know their status of selection.
Similar to the result, NHM Rajasthan has released separate cut-off lists for TSP and Non-TSP posts. The highest cut-off for NTSP is for the General category – 313.68. Followed by 296.84 for OBC General(NTSP). Lowest for NTSP posts 36.96 for candidates belonging to General widow. The highest cut-off for TSP post has gone up high as 271.58 for General Category candidates. The second highest TSP cutoff is 250.56 for General Female candidates. Lowest for the TSP group is 16.23 for General widow. Aspirants can check the screenshot of the NHM CHO Cut-off Scores below.
Moreover, the recruitment for Community Health Officer (CHO) is announced on a contractual basis. A total of 1041 vacancies were advertised for TSP and 5269 vacancies for the Non-TSP groups. Later on, additional 1500 vacancies were introduced. Newly recruited CHOs will receive monthly honorarium of Rs. 25,000/- per month.
Before joining, selected candidates also have to submit a bond of Rs. 5 lakh on Rs. 500/- Non-Judicial Stamp Paper that is “duly notarized to serve at SHC-HWC”. They have to serve a period of 5 years before joining the bridge course. Those who have CCH/ B.Sc in community Health will be directly appointed as CHO. However, those who do not have a Certificate of Community Health (CCH) have to complete bridge course. The cost of the Bridge course (06 months) will be borne by NHM Rajasthan itself as per the Record of Proceedings.