Medical Staffs are the physicians and dentists who are approved and given privileges to provide health care to patients in a hospital or other health care facility.Medical staff personnel may work full time or part time and may be employed by the facility or granted admitting privileges to practice.
Bharat Coking Coal Limited BCCL have announce job the recruitment of 248 vacant posts of medical staffs. Interested candidate can apply for these Posts online. Application Form for 248 Para Medical Staffs Posts in BCCL Recruitment 2015 registered here.
248 Para Medical Staffs Posts in BCCL Recruitment 2015 Details:-
Total no. of Vacancy: 248(post wise given bellow)
|Name of Post||Number of Post|
|Staff Nurse (Trainee)||91|
|Technician (Audiometry) Trainee||13|
|Junior Technician (ECG)||30|
|Technician (Dental) Trainee||4|
|Technician (Pathological) Trainee||30|
|Technician (Dietician) Trainee||05|
|Technician (Radiographer) Trainee||24|
Age limit: 18 years to 45 years
Age relaxation: valid for all reserved category candidates.
Educational requirement: Must have passed B.Sc. degree along with the diploma post graduation in any relevant trade from any recognized university
|Name of Post||Salary|
|Staff Nurse||Rs. 19035.02|
|Junior Technician||Rs. 17605.41|
|Pharmacist Trainee||Rs. 19035.02|
Selection process: As per their performance in the written exam and personal interview.
How to apply: all interested and eligible applicants those who are willing to work in this organization have to submit the application form in a prescribed format through online
For Online Registration : CLICK HERE
Starting date for the submission of online application: 22nd August 2015
Last date for the submission of online application: 14th September 2015
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