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NHM Chandigarh Recruitment 2022 for Medical Officer/ General Duty Medical Officer post

JOB SECTOR:-Health Sector OWNERSHIP:- Central Govt
  • JOB SECTOR:-Health Sector
  • OWNERSHIP:- Central Govt
  • CHANDIGARH

Website NHM Chandigarh

Interview date: 8Th December 2022 At 9.30 AM

The Posts are to be filled initially on a contract basis through 31.03.2023, however extensions may be possible based on performance, behaviour, etc. or the length of the project. At the time of the walk-in interview, interested candidates who meet the above requirements must submit their biodata on the application form (available on the website), along with self-attested copies of all diplomas and testimonials (beginning with matriculation), and one recent passport-size photo properly attested by a Gazetted Officer. Also required from candidates are their original certifications. Following registration, there will be an interview from 9.30 to 10.30 sharp. There will be no TA or DA during the interview.

Name of the post:

Medical Officer/ General Duty Medical Officer

Number of the post:

10

Location:

Chandigarh

Salary:

45000rs

Upper age limit:

60 yrs

Qualification:

MBBS Degree from recognized university with one year compulsory rotatory internship

Should be registered with State Medical Council or with Medical Council of India-New Delhi

One House Job (six months) in any department or Minimum of six months of Post Qualification work experience

Preferential:

CCC+ – Course on Computer Concepts Plus for 120 hours

Job post date:

2/12/2022

Interview date:

8Th December 2022
At
9.30 AM

 

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