National Institute of Communicable Diseases NICD

Public Health Specialist Grade-Iii Assistant Director Jobs in Delhi - National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD)

Delhi
Any Graduate
Last Date to Apply: 26-07-2019
Public Health Specialist Grade-III Assistant Director - Job Details Date of Posting: 12-07-2019

Public Health Specialist Grade-III (Assistant Director)  job opportunities in National Centre For Disease Control 

No. of Posts :   07 (06 in NCDC. Delhi & 01 in NCDC Branch, Varanasi)

Qualifications :  The other details regarding essential qualifications/other terms & conditions of the contractual posts may be viewed on the NCDC website.

Remuneration :  Rs. 95,000/- pm


How To Apply ForPublic Health Specialist Grade-III (Assistant Director)  job opportunities in National Centre For Disease Control 

Walk-in-interview will be held on 26.07.2019 at NCDC, 22-Sham Nath Marg (Near Civil Line Metro Station),Delhi-110 054.

Eligible candidates fulfilling the educational qualification and experience etc. may appear for the Walk-in-interview on 26.07.2019 along with a resume. one passport size photograph, original certificates and their self-attested copies. Registration of eligible candidates for interview will be held between 9.30 AM to 10.30 AM on the above-mentioned date. Candidate reporting after 10.30 AM will not be entertained.


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About National Institute of Communicable Diseases NICD

The National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) had its origin as Central Malaria Bureau, established at Kasauli (Himachal Pradesh) in 1909 and following expansion was renamed in 1927 as the Malaria Survey of India. The organization was shifted to Delhi in 1938 and called as the Malaria Institute of India (MII). In view of the drastic reduction achieved in the incidence of malaria under National Malaria Eradication Programme (NMEP),Government of India decided to reorganize and expand the activities of the institute to cover other communicable diseases. Thus, on July 30, 1963 the erstwhile MII was renamed as NICD to shoulder these additional responsibilities.