MoD extends tenure of military doctors on short service commission

Comes as COVID pandemic reaches unprecedented levels in India

MoD extends tenure of military doctors on short service commission

For representation only.

Tribune News Service
New Delhi, April 23

Ministry of Defence has extensions to Short Service Commissioned doctors in Armed Forces Medical Services till December 31, 2021.

The development comes as the country battles the unprecedented rise in COVID-19 cases that has crippled health services across the country. The decision will help augment AFMS’s capacity by 238 doctors.

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