The AYUSH ministry said it will seek appropriate administrative and legal action in the matter.
The Central government today warned AYUSH professionals and AYUSH job seekers against relying on fake jobs posted online. The Ministry of Ayush said in a statement: “The public in general and AYUSH professionals in particular are hereby cautioned that in recent past, some fraudulent/ suspicious advertisements for recruitment of AYUSH professionals have come up in the electronic media which seek to draw out payment in the form of “Registration Fees” etc. from gullible individuals.”
“Such fraudulent/ suspicious notices are issued typically by agencies with misleading names that sound like government bodies, and seek to elicit payments (described as “fees” of various types) through online payment methods.”
The ministry named a blog for publishing “suspicious advertisement”. “One such fraudulent/ suspicious advertisement that has come to the notice of the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India appeared on the blog-publishing platform “Blogspot” in the name of AYUSHGRAM BHARAT, which claims to be the NRHM WELLNESS CENTER INDIA. The link to the advertisement is https://ayushgrambharat.blogspot.com/2020/01/welcome-to-ayushgram-bharat-nrhm.html”
The AYUSH ministry said that it will seek appropriate administrative and legal action in the matter.
Follow official job ads
The Ayush ministry said, “The public in general and AYUSH professionals in particular are hereby requested to note that the recruitment process followed by the Ministry of AYUSH and its subordinate organisations always follow the formal procedures prescribed by the Government of India, and are accompanied by formal announcements in the official websites (which are hosted on the NIC/ gov.in platform) of the respective organisations.”
The Ministry further said that it has no connection to the aforesaid recruitment announcement by individuals / recruitment agencies “who are misguiding job-seekers by promising them government positions.”
“Further, they are also seen to be un-authorisedly using logo/ images belonging to the Government of India as well as fake address similar to that of the Ministry to mislead the people,” it said.
“The public in general and AYUSH professionals in particular are hereby advised to kindly cross-check the facts stated in such advertisements and verify the identity/ authenticity of individuals / recruitment agencies who issue such advertisements, before responding to them,” the Ayush ministry added.