Scientist C (Medical)/Consultant (Medical) job vacancies in National Institute For Research In Tuberculosis
Project Title : “National survey for statewise prevalence of microbiologically confirmed pulmonary tuberculosis in India”
No. of Posts : 02
Qualification : MBBS degree with 4 years’ experience or Post Graduate Diploma in medical subjects after MBBS with 2 years’ experience or Post Graduate Degree(MD/MS/DNB)after MBBS with one year experience
Desirable : 1. Doctorate or MD or Master degree in the relevant subject (Community Medicine/ Preventive & Social Medicine/ Pediatrics/ Medicine/ Tropical Medicine/ Community Health Administration/Health Administration/ Family Medicine/ Epidemiology/ Public Health) from a recognized university. 2. Additional Post-doctoral research/teaching experience in relevant subjects in recognized institute(s). 3. Knowledge of Computer Applications or Business Intelligence tools /Data Management. 4. Minimum one-year experience in RNTCP
Emoluments : Rs.64,000/- + H.R.A 8325/- P.M
Age Limit : 40 years
Selection Process : written test / Interview
How To Apply ForScientist C (Medical)/Consultant (Medical) job vacancies in National Institute For Research In Tuberculosis
Candidates are invited to attend for a Walk-In Interview for the post of Scientist C (Medical)/Consultant (Medical) under the above mentioned project at ICMR- National AIDS Research Institute, 73 G Block, MIDC, Bhosari, on 17 May 2019 at 10:00am
The willing and eligible candidates are requested to attend the Walk-in Interview with their curriculum vitae or resume along with a filled application form and educational qualifications, proof of age, caste, experience etc. in the prescribed format (downloadable from the website) addressed to the Director, ICMR-NIRT, Chennai.
About National Institute for Research in Tuberculosis NIRT
The National Institute for Research in Tuberculosis (NIRT) is a tuberculosis research organization in tuberculosis located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. NIRT carries out research on clinical, bacteriological as well as behavioural and epidemiological aspects of tuberculosis and HIV-TB.