In a Cabinet Meeting held under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister Kamal Nath at Mantralaya today, approval has been given to Madhya Pradesh Health Sector Investment Promotion Policy 2019.
Under this new scheme, in order to enhance availabilty of health services in the remote rural areas, the minimum number of beds in hospitals have been decreased from 100 to 30. The districts have been divided into three categories, by considering the total number of hospital beds per thousand population as basis.
In districts where the number of hospital beds is much lower than the national average, more encouragement will be given for private investment in the health sector, so that small investors could be attracted for the investment.
The Cabinet has decided to implement “Mukhya Mantri Sushen Chikitsak Protsahan Yojana” in order to ensure availability of doctors in health institutions run by the Department of Public Health and Family Welfare in tribal blocks of the state. ‘Chief Minister Sushen. Under the scheme, a total honorarium of Rs. one lakh to two in the most backward 21 blocks and Rs. 90 thousand to 1 lakh 85 thousand in the remaining backward development blocks lakh will be paid to the contractual doctors.
Under this scheme, the total salary of Rs. 96 thousand 100 to Rs. 1 lakh 42 thousand 700 rupees in the most backward 21 blocks and Rs. 86 thousand 100 to Rs. 1 lakh 27 thousand 700 rupees in the remaining backward will be payable to the regular doctors.
Apart from this, the doctors to be posted at the block level will also be provided transport facility through departmental pool vehicle to attend the place of duty at primary health centre from housing group and block housing group.
The Cabinet under the Rule 8 (1) of the Madhya Pradesh Civil Services (General Service Conditions) Rule, 1961 has taken a decision to keep the selected candidates on the posts of direct recruitment for the first three years probation period. During the probation period, 70 percent of minimum payscale of the post in first year, 80 percent in second year and 90 percent in third year will be payable in the form of stipend.
On successful completion of probation period, salary wil be given as per the payscale. The Finance Department has been authorised to make neccessary amendaments in the Madhya Pradesh Fundamental Rules. Accordingly, all departments have been authorized to make necessary amendments in the departmental recruitment rules of various departments.
This system will be enforced for all such services for which test for the selection is not conducted by the Public Service Commission. The Cabinet has given its approval for the continuation of 55 temporary posts in RCVP Noronha Academy of Administration and Managment from March 01, 2019 to March 31, 2020.
The Cabinet has taken a decision to provide financial provision in the form of grant by bringing the operation of 123 Vishisht Residential Schools run by the Department of Tribal Welfare Department under the Madhya Pradesh Special and Residential Academic Society. The Administrative Department has been authorized for the approval of the recruitment promotion rule of the society.
The Cabinet has approved the departmental order pertaining to agreement reached between the Science and Technology Department and National Association of Software and Services Comapnies (NASSCOM) for the promotion of Information and Technology in Madhya Pradesh.
Moreover, the Cabinet has also given approval to free M/s Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. from the payament of the interest amount of Rs. 89 lakh 83 thousand 514 accrued beacuse of delay in depositing the payable amount for the land allotment in Industrial Area Mohasa (Babai) Hoshangabad district. Along with this, the cabinet has given approval to give grant of Rs. 2 lakh 50 thosuand for the library of District Bar Association-Jhabua.
The Cabinet has taken a decision to handover the managerial work of 7 plants in the state run by the women self help groups federations to the Madhya Pradesh Agro Industries Development Corporation Ltd. The seven plants include Dewas, Dhar, Hoshangabad, Mandla, Sagar, Shivpuri and Rewa.