IDSP Jobs 2017
Integrated Disease Surveillance Program has promulgated IDSP Recruitment 2017 Notification in recent days. The purpose of the notice is to recruit eligible aspirants for Consultant, Accounts Officer & Other posts. There are 12 Vacant positions in IDSP Jobs 2017. Interested candidates can attend walk-in on 15th November 2017. Know more details about IDSP Vacancy 2017 @ www.idsp.nic.in. Job seekers can prepare well and be a part of IDSP India 2017. Check more details like walk-in Venue, educational qualification, selection process, how to apply and others on this page.
IDSP Recruitment 2017-18
|Name of the Organization||Integrated Disease Surveillance Program (IDSP)|
|Post Name||Consultant, Accounts Officer & Other Posts|
|Job Category||Central Government Jobs|
IDSP India Vacancy 2017 Details
|Sl.No||Name of the Post||No of Vacancy|
|3.||Programe Manager Cum Administrator||01|
|7.||Data Processing Assistant||01|
Eligibility Criteria for Integrated Disease Surveillance Program Recruitment 2017
Candidates applying for IDSP Recruitment Notification 2017 must satisfy the below given eligibility conditions,
- Consultant(Epidemiologist): MBBS along with MD from the recognized University.
- Consultant Microbiologist Post: MBBS with MD/DNB in Medical Microbiology/Lab Medicine.
Refer Official Notification for more details.
- As per the rules.
Refer official notification for post wise age limit details.
- Selected Candidates will get an attractive salary from the board.
- Refer Official Notification.
How to Apply for IDSP Recruitment 2017
- Candidates can first visit IDSP Official website @ www.idsp.nic.in
- Read the notification properly.
- If you meet the eligibility conditions attend the interview on 15th November 2017 along with necessary documents.
National Centre for Disease Control, Disease.
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The Integrated Disease Surveillance Program (IDSP) is a disease surveillance scheme under the Ministry of Health and Family Affairs in India, assisted by the World Bank. The scheme aims to strengthen disease surveillance for infectious diseases to detect and respond to outbreaks quickly. The scheme seeks to set up a Central Disease Surveillance Unit and a State Surveillance Unit in each State where data is collected and analyzed. A large amount of data on disease reports are collected in order to be able to identify the outbreak of a disease, identify its causes and take corresponding preventive and responsive measures. An early warning system has been put into place in order to take timely preventive steps.The IDSP was initiated by the World Bank in November 2004. The Programme continues during 12th Plan under National Health Mission with a budget of Rs. 64.04 Crore from domestic budget only.
The World Bank funds were utilized to set up the Central Surveillance Unit (CSU) at National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and 9 identified states (Uttarakhand, Rajasthan, Punjab, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal) and the rest 26 states/UTs were funded from domestic budget.Media scanning and verification cell (MSVC) was established under IDSP in July 2008 to improve Event-Based Surveillance & to catch unusual health events reported in the media. MSVC regularly monitors electronic & print media for these events.The Project was undertaken to meet the World Health Organization Guidelines for South East Asian countries on disease surveillance to track the outbreak of diseases and its potential transboundary threats.
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The International Health Regulations of 2005 lay down comprehensive guidelines on the role of an International Health Regulation (IHR) contact point in surveillance of disease outbreaks in the country. This information is to be shared during unexpected or unusual public health events. The IHR that came into force in 2007, places an obligation on member states to report certain outbreak reports in order to track global disease trends through health surveillance. In this case, the term surveillance is not used in an intrusive manner, as understood otherwise. The IHR defines “Surveillance” as the systematic ongoing collection, collation, and analysis of data for public health purposes and the timely dissemination of public health information for assessment and public health response as necessary.