NABH cautions against fake appointment letters issued on its name

QCI-NABH has a set process for recruitment which does not involve any communication from NABH secretariat

QCI-NABH, NABH, The National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers, Dr Atul Mohan Kochhar, Helpdesk@nabh.co

The National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers (NABH) has issued a notice cautioning against fake appointment letters issued on its name. In a notice dated 26th March issued by Dr Atul Mohan Kochhar, CEO, NABH, it has stated that “some unscrupulous elements are trying to mislead general public through fake recruitment advertisements/call letters/appointment letters/fictitious messages in the name of securing jobs with NABH. These unscrupulous people with an ulterior motive has being falsely impersonating as the representatives from NABH and are issuing fake offer order/appointment letters to aspiring candidates desirous of being employed with NABH.”

It further adds that the possibility of demanding money by these unscrupulous people towards issuance of fake appointment letter under NABH trademark and process the candidate for interview/employment cannot be ruled out.

It clarifies, “This is to further inform the public at large that all these communications are utterly false and mischievous in nature, issued with the dishonest intention to defraud the public at large and QCI-NABH would not be liable for any acts carried out believing the said advertisement/call letter/appointment letters/fictitious messages true.”

It adds that QCI-NABH has a set process for recruitment which does not involve any communication from NABH secretariat. It requests people who have been approached for employment by any suspicious person, to contact helpdesk@nabh.co for verification.

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