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Date posted: July 30, 2013

Medical Officer (Allopathic, Homeopathy/Ayurvedic) Job Vacancy at NIT Silchar in Silchar, Assam

The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Silchar will be organizing a walk in interview on 5 August 2013 at the RPC Hall on the college campus for filling up the following Medical Officer positions:

1. Medical Officer (Allopathic):

The candidate should have an MBBS degree from a recognized institute with proper MCI approval. Candidates having PG/MD in Medicine/Surgery/ENT/Pediatrics/Gynecology/Opthalmology/Psychiatric/Orthopedics/Cardiology will be preferred for this position. Salary is negotiable for deserving candidates. The position is for both part time/full time.

2. Medical Officer (Homeopathy/Ayurvedic):

The candidate should have an BHMS/BAMS degree from a recognized institute or equivalent. Candidates having a PG degree will beĀ preferred. Salary is negotiable for deserving candidates. The position is for part time basis.

Interested candidates may appear for the interview with a full bio-date along with photocopies of all the relevant testimonials along with original copies and one recent colour passport size photograph for verification purpose. Retired persons are also eligible for the interview.

For more details, please refer the advertisement http://www.nits.ac.in/employment/jobs/WalkIn_Interview_05082013.pdf

Comments

2 Responses so far.

  1. ashish ikhar says:

    Respt Sir,
    Thanking you to provoide a good oportunity to us .sir please can you provide information regarding number of post and nearest railway station from NIT Shilchar
    Please inform on my mail ID
    as early as possible
    Thanking you

  2. Dr.Dev Nayak says:

    M frm odisha cn i seat for ths interview ?

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