Overview of Course The concept of Multipurpose Health Workers (Male and Female) was introduced in 1974 for the delivery of preventive and promotive health care services to the community at the level of Sub-Health Centres (SHCs), the most peripheral health facilities, covering 5000 population in plains and 3000 population in hilly/ tribal/ difficult areas. Objective of course The Multipurpose Health Worker (Male) is the grass root health functionary for the control of communicable diseases including Malaria, TB, Leprosy, Water Borne Diseases, as well as Environmental Sanitation, detection of disease outbreaks and their control, health education etc. The non availability of MPHW (Male) across the states has been one of the critical issues in implementation of national programmers including National Vector Borne Disease Control Program (NVBDCP), Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP), and National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP). The worst impact has been on malaria control. Eligibility – 1. The candidate should not be less than 16 years and maximum no age limit bar. The candidates should be medically fit. 2. Educational Qualification – candidate should have passed class-XII, 10+2 or its equivalent, with science subjects biology preferable .& mark should be not less than 45%. good knowledge of Hindi and English. Selection- The candidate will be selected on merit .there will be written test and subsequently an interview by team of experts.. Duration of course – the duration of course shall be 1 years 6 months. Medium of instruction : Hindi/ English. Attendance : only those candidate will be appeared in final examination who will be attended 75% classes held both theory and practical separately in each subject. Syllabus - As prescribed by State Paramedical Faculty Lucknow. Conducting the examination- it will be according to State paramedical faculty , Lucknow