Pune hospitals want Malayali health workers for COVID resistance


Rs 35,000-45,000 is offered for nurses according to their experience and qualification. Attractive package is offered for the doctors also. Keralites are preferred for the posts considering their excellence.

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Thrissur: Pune, the eighth largest populated city in India, is seeking Malayali health workers for COVID resistance activities. They are trying to find health workers from Kerala with the help of Malayali organisations. The responsibilities in this regard have been entrusted with Pune Malayali Federation and World Malayali Council.

The health workers are required for the hospitals under Pune Municipal Corporation and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation in Pune metropolitan city. Allopathy and Homeopathy doctors, nurses, ward attenders and housekeeping staff are invited. Free food and accommodation is offered and also facilities for health protection.

Rs 35,000-45,000 will be offered for nurses according to their experience and qualification. Attractive package is offered for doctors also. Keralites are preferred for the posts considering their excellence. Though there were many health workers in Pune earlier, majority of them except Keralites returned to native places after COVID outbreak intensified.

The Malayali community in Pune helped the local bodies in COVID resistance activities. With this, the administration decided to bring more health workers from Kerala to Pune with the help of Malayali organisations.

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