IGIMS online vacancy for Sister, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmic Technician ETC jobs 2015 Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (IGIMS) recruitment for 106 Sister, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmic Technician ETC vacancy 2015 apply online on before 28 September 2015.

IGIMS Vacancy / Recruitment details:

Name & No. of Vacancy - Sister, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmic Technician ETC - 106 Posts
Age Limit - 18-50 YEARS
Qualification - 
Name of Posts
No.of Posts
Qualification & Expc.
Pay Scale
Sister Grade -II
80 Posts
Matriculation or its equivalent from a recognised University/Board with Certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery from a recognised Institution or equivalent qualification for male nurses and Should be a registered ‘A” grade Nurse and Midwife with a State Nursing Council or equivalent qualification for male nurses.
Rs. 9300-34800/-
Grade Pay : Rs. 4600/-
Ophthalmic Technician Grade- I
03 Posts
B.Sc. in Ophthalmic Techniques or equivalent from recognised University/Institution.
Rs. 9300-34800/-
Grade Pay : Rs. 4200/-
Assistant Professor
13 Posts
 A Medical qualification included in the I or II or Part- II of the third schedule to the Indian Medical Council Act of 1956 (Persons possessing qualifications included in Part-II of third schedule should also fulfil the conditions specified in Section 13 (3) of the Act) and post graduate qualification, e.g. MD/MS or a recognized qualification equivalent thereto in the respective discipline/subject.
Rs. 15600- 39100/-
Grade Pay : Rs. 8000/-
Important Key Dates :-
  • Last Date for Submission of Application Form: 28 September 2015.
Selection Method / Recruitment Process - written examination/ Interview.

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