ONGC Vadodara require BHMS doctors

ONGC_logo_bigOil and Natural Gas Corporation, Western Onshore Basin, Vadodara paramedical job vacancy for Doctor (Homeopathy)

Candidate profile :  B.H.M.S. with registration from State / Indian Homeopathic Council.

Experience : Minimum 5 years experience after Registration in Homeopathic Council

Selected candidates eligible for consolidated pay of Rs.55,000/-

Venue for walk in interview:

  1. On 08.06.2014 at Kendriya Vidhayalay, ONGC Makarpura Road, Baroda
  2. On 09.06.2014 at Officer’s Club, ONGC, Makarpura Road, Baroda

Detailed walk in interview schedule can be had at: www.ongcindia.com/wps/wcm/connect/80f921f2-6ce4-4228-9f8b-227a0f972d3a/finalnetadvt.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

12 Comments

  1. Yes. Dr.Dhrupad is 100% right. Otherwise there should be shortlisting of candidates then they should be called for interview. Same happened in CCH Delhi. But I applied and attended interview in DTC Delhi which was a real interview. Each candidate faced panel of allopathic as well as homeopathic doctor for 20 minutes.

  2. I would like to share my experience of giving interview at ONGC.
    1. It is a walk in hence more than manageable crowd gathers.
    2. You are given token number and even if you had come before time there are heavy chances that your token is around 80-100.
    3. Your interview lasts for not more than 3-4 minutes! Yes you have waited for 6 hours to be present for 3 minutes! I understand, otherwise how do yo interview more than 120 people in 6 hours including tea, snacks and lunch breaks for interviewers who are government employees!
    4. Panel of 4-5 people is supposed to take your interview, yes you see them but only one of them will talk to you. Obviously if all five will talk interview would last long.
    5. Questions asked to you are the same questions that you answer in 1st BHMS materia medica viva.
    6. It is anything but never a serious task of hiring a proficient candidate for health of such a highly reputable organization.
    7. I apologize to doubt but I believe things are decided beforehand and it is just a formality. I am writing this not because I was not selected but because I know who got selected and how. For all of us it is so common to see that we take it for granted.
    8. My simple and honest advise to aspirants (I am not as I am doing better without help of ONGC) is to work on your connections!

    All the best!!!

  3. Respected sir I have completed bhms in 2009 at Anand homoeopathic medical college,Anand. I do private practice last 5 years. I want to join ONGC.please reply me as soon as possible.

  4. Hello sir I am dr km merajuddin42@gmail.com I have completed my bums degree from gulbarga karnataka in 2007 I have a 7yrs experience in this field right know I am practicing in my own clinic .I am interested in once field so please I want to be join ur company

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