Health & Family Welfare Department of the State Government

Recruitment for Medical Officer MO-DTC/MO-OTC in Department of Health - Family Welfare Kolkata 2018

Kolkata
MBBS
Last Date to Apply: 31-10-2018
Medical Officer MO-DTC/MO-OTC - Job Details Date of Posting: 03-10-2018

Recruitment Notification no. RNTCP/2018/ 536

Medical Officer MO-DTC/MO-OTC Job Opportunity In Department of Health - Family Welfare 2018

Medical Officer (MO-DTC)/01 post(UR)

Essential Qualification: MBBS or equivalent degree from institution recognized by Medical Council of India: Must have completed compulsory rotator internship. 

Preferential Qualification: 
1.MD Respiratory medicine/Internal Medicine/DTCD/MD Community Medicine/Diploma/C HA/Masters in Public Health 
2.Basic knowledge of computer 

Maximum Age limit: 62 Years

Place of posting: District Tuberculosis Centre, Barasat 

Consolidated Remuneration (per month): Rs. 40,000/-


Medical Officer (MO-OTC)/01 post

Essential Qualification: MBBS or equivalent degree from institution recognized by Medical Council of India; Must have completed compulsory rotator internship

Preferential Qualification:
1.MD Respiratory medicine/Internal Medicine/DTCD/MD Community Medicine/Diploma/CHA/ Masters In Public Health 
2.Basic knowledge of computer 

Maximum Age limit: 62 Years

Place of posting
: District Tuberculosis Centre, Barasat 

Consolidated Remuneration
(per month): Rs.40,000/-


How To Apply For Medical Officer MO-DTC/MO-OTC Job Opportunity In Department of Health - Family Welfare 2018

Walk- in interview will be held on 31/10/2018 at 11:30 pm at the office chamber of the CMOH, Barasat, N24pgs for Recruitment of Medical Officer (MO-DTC) for District Tuberculosis Centre, Barasat, N24pgs.


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About Health & Family Welfare Department of the State Government

The Health & Family Welfare Department of the State Government has been vested with the responsibility of maintaining and developing the health care system in West Bengal. Public health, sanitation and hospitals are the exclusive responsibilities of the State. State provides financial and managerial support for the basic health care support and infrastructural facilities at the rural level, while the State level super specialty Medical Colleges & Hospitals predominantly provides the ambulatory care services.