Position: Senior Residents and Technologist (Nuclear Medicine)
Jobs Details: Delhi State Cancer Institutes (DSCI) (A group of autonomous institutions under the Govt. of NCT of Delhi) Invited Application through Advertisement for filling up the Post of Senior Residents and Technologist (Nuclear Medicine) on adhoc appointment for 89 Days (extendable). Interested and Eligible Candidates may attend Walk in Interview scheduled to be held on 5th May 2016. All Information about Position educational qualifications, age limit, selection and application process are given below.
1. Senior Residents
- Qualifications: Candidates should have MBBS Degree or equivalent qualification recognised by MCI.
- No of Post: 14 Posts(Anaesthesia and Critical Care – 02, Clinical Oncology (RT) – 04, Radiodiagnosis – 02, Onco-surgery – 02, Gastroenterology – 01,
Chest & Respiratory Medicine – 02, Preventive Oncology – 02)
- Age Limit: 40 Years.
- Pay Scale: Rs. 15,600-39,100/- Plus Grade Pay Rs.6600/- Per Month.
2. Technologist (Nuclear Medicine)
- Qualifications: Higher Secondary, Intermediate (Matric with +2) with Science or Senior Secondary (10+2) with Science. Three years’ BSc. radiography / B.Sc. radiological technology x-ray from a recognized university medical college. One year Post Graduate Diploma Course in Fusion Imaging Technology (PGDFIT) from Homi Bhabha National Institute, TMC. The candidate must be proficient handling PET CT & SPECT CT imaging system.
- No of Post: 02 Posts.
- Age Limit: 33 Years.
- Pay Scale: Rs. 30,375/- Per Month.
Selection Procedure: Selection will be done on the basis of candidates’ performance in the Personal Interview.
Apply Mode: Walk-In
Important Date :
- Walk-in-Interview Date: 05/05/2016 (09:00 AM to 10:30 AM)
How to Apply: Desirous candidates, possessing requisite qualifications may report for Personal Interview on 05/05/2016 (09:00 AM to 10:30 AM) held at Director’s Office at DSCI (East) along with their resume, coloured passport size photograph and copies of relevant certificates (Original Certificates should also be brought for scrutiny). If the number of candidates in any disciplines is more than five, then they may be required to appear in a written exam and interview at a later date.