In view of the prevailing flood situation in Assam, the written examination for Grade-IV posts under the state health department has been postponed until further notice.
The examination was supposed to be held on July 3, 2022, however, it has now been postponed due to floods that have been greatly affecting the state.
The new date has not been announced yet.
“….this is for information of all concerned that the written examination for Grade-IV posts under the Department of Health & Family Welfare and Medical Education & Research Deptt., Government of Assam which was scheduled to be held on 3rd July, 2022, is hereby postponed due to the prevailing flood situation of the state until further notice,” read an official notification by the health department.
“The candidates are directed to visit the Govt. websites dme.assam.gov.in, dhs.assam.gov.in, dhsfw.assam.gov.in & ayush.assam.gov.in regularly for any update, “it further read.
Meanwhile, five people died due to floods in Assam in the last 24 hours taking the death toll in the state to 139, according to official data.
According to the flood reporting and information management system (FRIMS) under the government of Assam, which releases daily flood reports, as many as 24,92,913 people still remain affected by floods in the state.
The report added that a total of 85,673.62 hectares of crop area has been affected by the floods.
Meanwhile, 2,389 villages in 72 revenue circles in 28 districts of the state are still reeling from the effects of flooding even as the situation has improved over the last few days.