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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT NURSING

 

 

RECRUITMENT:-

         INTERNAL RECRUITMENT

Departmental promotion (based on experience qualification, ACR, medical fitness and DPC meetings.)

         EXTERNAL RECRUITMENT

All the activities are under the control of the recruitment cell, A.I.I.M.S. 

 

STEPS:-

         Post creation.

         Advertisement.

         Scrutinizing (qualification and set standards).

         Preparing  list of candidates.

         Written exam.

         Fixing interview date.

         Forming interview board.

         Informing candidates.

         Holding interviews.

         Compiling and declaring result.

         Issuing appointment letter. 

 

INDUCTION/ORIENTATION PROGRAMME:-

TYPE OF DUTIES:-

         Shift duties.

         Straight duties.

         Split/break duty. 

 

DUTY TIMINGS:-

         7:30 am to 3:30 pm with one hour lunch time.

         3:00 pm to 9:30 pm

         9:00 pm to 8:00 am

Half an hour overlap for handing and taking over. 

 

LEAVE:-

         D/Offs 8 days a month (3 extra offs for national holidays)

         Casual leave       -   8 + 2 = 10

         Medical leave     -   20 half pay

         Earned leave       -   30 days

         M.T.P.                 -   45 days

         Maternity leave   -    180 days

(One year extension there after for baby care with loss of seniority and increment)

         Child Care Leave -

         Study leave          - can avail only once after 5 yrs of regular service. 

 

Uniform:-  

May 2000 onwards, A.I.I.M.S. nurses have their own uniform decided by the A.I.I.M.S authorities.

 

Sr.Gr.I, Sr.Gr.II, Sr.Gr.I HR & ANS (Male Nurses):-

        Half sleeves sky-blue shirt

        Formal pair of dark blue trousers/pants

        Half sleeves white coat (3/4th sleeves length coat for ANS and above)

        Black shoes

        Name plate:- Same as that for female nurses as per cadre

        Winter       : Black sweater for Sister Grd I(HR) and ANS

 

Sr.Gr.I & Sr.Gr.II (Female Nurses):-

        Salwar kameej-blue color (dark)

        Name plate:- Black bac ground with white letters

        Half sleeves white coat

        Black sandals

        Winter       : Black sweater 

 

Sr.Gr.I HR & ANS (Female Nurses):-

        Dark blue saree and blouse

        Name plate:-

                       For Sister grade I(HR) and ANS(UG), white background with black letters

                       For ANS (HR) Maroon back ground with white letters

        Half sleeves white coat for Sr.Gr I HR and th sleeve coat for ANS

        Black sandals

        Winter       : Black sweater for sister in charges and ANS

 

DNS and above till CNO:-

        Light blue saree

        th Sleeves coat

        Name plate:- White background with black letters

        Black sandals

        Winter  : white sweater

 

STAFF DEVELOPMENT:-

Refers to the continuing improvement of the nursing personnel 

 

COMPONENTS:-

  • Orientation.
  • In-service training and continuous education.

 

There are the educational activities planned and organized for the nurses to assist them in furthering the knowledge and skills required for the improvement of patient care services. 

WAGES AND ALLOWANCES:-

  • CNO                   -       15,600 39100 GP 7600
  • Nsg. Supdt.       -       15600 39100 GP 6600
  • DNS                  -        15600 39100 GP 5400
  • ANS                  -        15600 39,100 GP 5400
  • Sr. Gr. I            -         9300 34800   GP 4800
  • Sr. Gr. II           -        9300 34,800   GP 4600 (Direct recruitment)

New Recrutis Basic Pay 12540

 

Besides this they are getting following allowances per month:

  • Nursing allowance     -    Rs.3200/-
  • Uniform allowance    -    Rs.500/-
  • Washing allowance    -   Rs.300/-
  • ICU/OT allowance     -   Rs.120/-

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:-

Contains particulars of the activities to be performed and the characteristics of employees required.

  • Prevent duplication of functions.
  • Facilitates recruitment, selection and placement of the personnel.

 

 DISICIPLINE AND DISCIPLINARY ACTION:-

Discipline refers to working in accordance with certain recognized rules and regulation.

 

 DEALING WITH DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS:-

 

DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS:

  • Misconduct.
  • Rude behavior
  • Absenteeism.
  • Late coming, early going.
  • Negligence, carelessness, disobedience.
  • Leaving the work place during working hours.
  • Failure to wear uniform.
  • Refusal to receive letters, communication from the management.
  • Borrowing, taking bribes from patients.
  • Failure to observe safety instructions.
  • Giving false information.
  • Failure to report to supervisors.
  • Using hospital facilities for personal gain.
  • Tempering with records etc.

DISCIPLINARY ACTION:-

  • Warning or censure, memorandum.
  • Fine.
  • Inquiry.
  • Suspension.
  • Stoppage to increment.
  • Demotion.
  • Discharge.
  • Dismissal.

An opportunity is always given to the employee to explain his/her stand.