Ministry of Labor and Employment
ESIC allows non-IPR to receive medical services from its underutilized hospitals
Recruiting about 5,200 jobs at ESIC
At the 176th meeting of the ESI meeting at its 176th meeting, chaired by Shri Santosh Kumar Gangwar, the Minister of State for Labour and Employment (I/C) has taken some very important decisions to improve its service delivery mechanism.
At the meeting, it was decided to allow non-intellectual property (non-insurers) to use the medical services of the underutilized ESIC hospitals after collecting user fees at the subsidy cost of Rs. 10 / – For OPD consultation, 25% of the CGHS package rate for admission patients, and based on the pilot, initially provide medicines with an actual rate of one year. It will greatly help ordinary people get high quality medical services at very low cost. In addition, it will ensure the full use of hospital resources for the cause of the people.
Recruitment of ESIC's Social Security Officer, Insurance Doctor Level 2, Young Engineers, Teachers, Auxiliary Medical Care Officers, UDC and Steno in 5,200 positions is underway.
In order to address the shortage of specialists/super experts in some ESEC hospitals, ESEC has approved the employment of full-time contract specialists/super experts in the departments of anesthesia, medicine, surgery, pediatrics, gynecology, Ortho, cardiology, and nephrology. Inviting oncology after public bidding.
Considering that the national floor minimum wage has risen to Rs. 176 / – The meeting decided to increase the tax exemption limit for the proportion of employee contributions. 137 to rupee. 176.
Shri Heera Lal Samaria, Director of the Labor and Employment Bureau, Sh. Raj Kumar, Director General of ESIC, ESIC on behalf of employees and employers, and members of ESI Corporation, State Government Representatives. Senior officials of the Ministry also attended the meeting.