General Duty Medical Officers job Position in Border Security Force (BSF) 2018
Suitable and willing male and female candidates may WALK IN FOR INTERVIEW for engagement as GDMOs (General Duty Medical Officers) in 1st Bn NDRF, Patgaon (Assam) co located at Ftr HQr, BSF, Guwahati (Assam) as per terms & conditions mentioned below:-
No. of Vacancies : 5
Educational & Professional Qualifications : (i) A recognized medical qualification included in the first or Second Schedule or Part II of the Third Schedule (other than that licentiate qualifications) to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. Holders of educational qualifications included in Part II or the Third Schedules should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in sub-sections (3) of Section (13) of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. (ii) Completion of compulsory rotating internship.
Remuneration : General Duty Medical Officers Rs.75,000/-
Age Limit : Not more than 67 years
Medical Examination : Immediately after interview on the same day the candidates will be medically examined by a Board of Medical Officers detailed by Ftr HQr BSF Guwahati. Appointment will be subject to medical fitness.
How To Apply ForGeneral Duty Medical Officers job Position in Border Security Force (BSF) 2018
Suitable & willing candidates may walk in for Interview at CAPFs, Composite Hospital, Border Security Force. Patgaon, Guwahati C/o Ftr HQr BSF Guwahati, Rani Gate. PO : Azara, Pagaon, Guwahati, Distt : Kamrup (M),(Assam) Pin Code : 781017, within 27.11.2018 to 30.11.2018 between 1000 hrs to 1600 hrs, along with original & two sets of photocopies of all relevant documents (like Graduate/ Post Graduate Degree along with registration with MCI certificate, age proof and experience certificate/ all other certificate etc.) and application in plain paper address to the DIG(Medical)/MS, CAPFs, CH BSF Patgaon, superscripting the name of post applied for and five passport size recent photographs.
About Border Security Force BSF
Till 1965 India ’s borders with Pakistan were manned by the State Armed Police Battallion. Pakistan attacked Sardar Post, Chhar Bet and Beria Bet on 9 April, 1965 in Kutch . This exposed the inadequacy of the State Armed Police to cope with armed aggression due to which the Government of India felt the need for a specialized centrally controlled Border Security Force, which would be armed and trained to man the International Border with Pakistan.