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    The Health department in Hyderabad has ordered all employees on deputation to leave and return to their original place by 5 pm on Thursday. This decision will affect the functioning of many doctors and staff members. The Health, Medical and Family Welfare secretary issued a memo directing all Heads of Departments (HoDs) to send the employees deployed on duty/work order basis by February 8th. The HoDs have been told to send a list of employees whose work orders are cancelled and certify that there are no employees working on work order basis in their departments. They can only issue deputations with the approval of the district collectors/government.

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    There are hundreds of employees working on deputation in the department, with many in the Directorate of Public Health alone. The DPH has sent a list of 416 doctors to the government, specifying their deputation period. The Commissioner of Health and Family Welfare has directed the staff under the National Health Mission to provide information and be relieved from duty/work order basis.

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    The doctors and staff members are shocked by this sudden decision and have requested the government to postpone the cancellation of deputations until June 2024 so that the academic year can be completed. They have submitted representations to their HoDs, expressing their concerns about the chaos and inconvenience caused by this decision. They believe that extending the deputations until June would allow for a smoother transition for affected employees and students.

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    In conclusion, the Health department has ordered employees on deputation to return to their original place by Thursday. Many doctors and staff members will be affected by this decision. The doctors and staff have requested an extension until June to minimize disruptions to their personal and professional lives.

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