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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Recruitment 2020- 13000 DEO and Clerk vacancies

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Oct 9, 2020

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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has released an official notice regarding 13000 vacancies for DEO and Clerk and eligible candidates can apply for the same through the official website. The application can be done from September 8, 2020 and the last date is October 24, 2020. The age limit to apply for the posts is from 18-37 years age, depending on which you are applying. Also read- CGPSC Mains admit card out

The following is the vacancy details for the different posts-


Vacancy details


128 posts

Data Entry Operator

3708 posts

Upper Division Clerk (UDC)

879 posts

Lower Division Clerk (LDC)

2008 posts

Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery (ANM)

362 posts

General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM)

209 posts

Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS)

4922 posts

Lab Attendant

755 posts

Ambulance Driver

160 posts

Car Driver

152 posts

The application fees is variable depending on the category to which the candidates belong to-




Rs. 500/-


Rs. 400/-


Rs. 200/-


Rs. 100/-

The qualification required for the posts depends on the type of post you are applying for. The maximum qualification required for any of the above-mentioned posts is graduation. You can get the details regarding the eligibility criteria from the official notification.

Download the official notification here

The following are the steps to apply for your desired post on the official website:

  • Visit the official website of
  • Look for the notification from the latest news section and complete the registration process with all the necessary details correctly.
  • Use the generated Username and password and log in to fill up the application form.
  • Upload the photograph and signature in correct dimensions and format.
  • Select the post for which you are applying and pay the application fees.
  • Take a preview and submit the application form. Save a copy of the form for future reference.

The selection will be done based on your performance in the CBT test. If you meet the minimum qualifying marks for the test, you will be considered qualified. The minimum cut-off required is 35% for unreserved category, 30% for OBC and 25% for other reserved categories.

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