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Dr. Heena Hasan

maternity leave in govt of gujarat,health & family welfare dept


Dr. Heena Hasan

Hello, I am a pediatrician working in govt hospital and want to know about recent maternity leave .

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Dear member,

You can get this information from your office in person yet you want on paper kindly file RTI application with a request to provide information you want.


For guidance in writing and submitting RTI Applications, please refer to following links.





Centre/State RTI Rules and Fees - Guide



How to submit a RTI Application - Guide




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