Department of Health and Family Welfare Recruitment for Medical Officer 2015
Educational Qualification: Candidates applying for the post of Medical Officer should be MBBS from Recognized University.
Pay scale: Rs. 26,250/- per month MBBS and Rs. 40,000/- for PG plus incentive admissible.
How to Apply: Candidates shall deposit their bio-data along with required certificates by 11:30 am and interview shall be conducted at 2:00 p.m. on the declared day of interview. Documents for Interview Date of Birth (preferably matric certificate), Marks sheet of MBBS (1st to final year), MBBS/PG Degree. Attempt certificate, Internship completion certificate, Character certificate from last attended Institution, Registration Certificate issued by MCI, NOC from present employer, if already employed.
Address: Walk-in interview in the office of Chief Medical Officer, Bilsapur on last Tuesday of every month.
Department of Health and Family Welfare is committed to provide preventive, promotive, curative and quality health services at an affordable price to the peoples of state. For this wide network of health Institutions consisting of hospitals, community health centres, primary health centres and sub centres have been opened to cater to the health needs of rural and urban population through well trained medical and paramedical staff.
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