GVK EMRI Assam Recruitment 2020: GVK EMRI, Assam has released a notification for the recruitment of EMTs’ (Emergency Medical Technician) and Pilots at GVK EMRI — 108 ‘Mrityunjoy’ Ambulance Service.
Details Of GVK EMRI Assam Recruitment 2020
|Company Name||GVK EMRI Assam|
|Post Name||Medical Technician & Pilot|
|No of Posts||NA|
|Qualifications||12th Passed with Driving|
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Name of post: Medical Technician & Pilot
1. EMTs'(Emergency Medical Technician)
No of posts: N/A
Educational Qualification: Graduate (preferred Science graduate)
Age: 21 to 30 years
No of posts: N/A
Educational Qualification: Experienced 12th pass drivers with a background in driving commercial vehicles and with a Commercial vehicle driving license.
Age: 20 to 30 years
Selection Process: Selection of candidates will be solely on merit and performance in written test / personal interview/qualification.
How to apply: Please send your CVs/ Resumes to email@example.com only.
Apply for a lucrative opportunity to work for the public with GVK EMRI- 108 ‘Mrityunjoy’ Ambulance Service.
Integrated 108 Mrityunjoy Emergency Response Service
- In the changing lifestyles, and integration of multiple services to provide a quick and comprehensive emergency response is required. Further, with an increase in the number of road traffic accidents, a high rate of birth-related emergencies, bomb blast, and other calamities demand a centralized emergency management system. Although there are referral transports available in the health facility their services always do not address all the medical emergencies and cater very few of the rural population. Looking at the demand for comprehensive emergency system Govt. of Assam has entered into an MoU with the GVK-EMRI, Hyderabad on 8th July 2008. The 108 Mrityunjoy Emergency Response Services was formally inaugurated on 6th November 2008 at Guwahati. The objective of the partnership is to improve access of the general public to services like Medical, Police, and Fire. There are in total 696 ambulances covering all 27 districts. This Service has also 7 Boat Ambulances equipped with emergency medicines to respond to medical emergencies in riverine areas and during floods is one of the most unique approaches to improve response efficiency in the region. This service is now integrated the 108-Mrityujoy and 102-IFT ambulance services through a single toll-free number ‘108’ which when called ensures prompt communication and activation of a response that includes, assessment of the emergency, dispatch of the ambulances, along with a well-trained EMT to render quality pre-hospital care and transport of the patient to the appropriate health care facility.