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MoFHW Recruitment 2017, 4 Vacancies for Medical Physicist Posts

Health & Family Welfare, Delhi invited applications for recruitment to the post for Medical Physicist. The candidates eligible for the post can walk in for the interview on 15 May 2017 (11 AM).

May 2, 2017 17:10 IST
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Health & Family Welfare, Delhi invited applications for recruitment to the post for Medical Physicist. The candidates eligible for the post can walk in for the interview on 15 May 2017 (11 AM).

Notification Details:

Advertisement No: davp/17143/11/004/1718

Important dates:

Walk in Interview Date: 15 May 2017 (11 AM).

MoFHW Vacancy Details:

  • Medical Physicist  –   4 Posts

Eligibility Criteria for Medical Physicist Posts

Educational/Technical Qualification & Experience:

Medical Physicist: candidate should have M.Sc Medical Physics or radiological Physics or M.Sc (General Physics) with one-year PG diploma in radiological or Medical Physics conducted by BARC or equivalent.

Selection Process for Medical Physicist Posts

Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performance in the interview.

How to Apply for Medical Physicist Posts:

Walk in for the interview along with the application on plain paper and passport size photographs at Administration I Section, Room No 513, Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi’. On 15 May 2017 (11 AM). 

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Job Summary
NotificationMoFHW Recruitment 2017, 4 Vacancies for Medical Physicist Posts
Estimate Date0
Last Date of SubmissionMay 15, 2017
Official URLwww.mohfw.gov.in/
StateDelhi
CountryIndia
Education Qual Post Graduate
Functional Other Funtional Area

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