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Mumbai Port Trust Notified Recruitment for Medical Officer Posts 2014-15

Mumbai Port Trust, Mumbai will conduct the Walk –in- Interview who fulfill the requisite criteria for filling up the following below mentioned posts of the ‘Medical Officer (General Surgery)’. The candidates eligible for the post may appear for Walk –in- Interview on 01 January 2015 (Thursday) at 11.30 AM.

Dec 24, 2014 18:27 IST
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Mumbai Port Trust, Mumbai will conduct the Walk –in- Interview who fulfill the requisite criteria for filling up the following below mentioned posts of the ‘Medical Officer (General Surgery)’. The candidates eligible for the post may appear for Walk –in- Interview on 01 January 2015 (Thursday) at 11.30 AM.

Important Dates

Date & Time of Walk – in – Interview: 01 January 2015 (Thursday) at 11.30 AM.        

Details of Posts

Medical Officer (General Surgery): 01 Post

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

• Possess M.B.B.S Degree from a recognized University or Institution with 01 (one) year post- qualification experience in the concerned field in established hospital.

Age Limit

Age Limit for the candidate should not be exceeding 35 years as on the date of Interview and Age Relaxation for the category candidates as per rules.

Pay Scale

Candidate will get the Pay Scale ranges between Rs. 20,600/- to Rs. 46,500/- and the Gross Emoluments will be      Rs. 58, 750/- (approx).Per Month.

How to Apply  

Interested candidates may appear for the Walk –in- Interview on 01 January 2015 (Thursday) at 11.30 AM in the office of the Chief Medical Officer, Mumbai Port Trust, at “Mumbai Port Trust Hospital, Nadkarni Park, Antop Village, Wadala (East), Mumbai - 400 037” with the complete bio- data along with the Original and a set of photo copies of relevant certificates/ testimonials in support of date of birth, qualifications, experience, category (SC/ ST/ PWD), etc. and a recent passport size photograph.

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