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NIMHANS Recruitment 2017, Apply for Pharmacist and laboratory Attendant Posts

The Advanced Centre for Ayurveda in Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (CCRAS), NIMHANS invited applications for recruitment to the post of Pharmacist and laboratory Attendant. Apply within 60 days (1 November 2017) from the date of advertisement.

Sep 4, 2017 10:34 IST
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NIMHANS Recruitment 2017
NIMHANS Recruitment 2017

The Advanced Centre for Ayurveda in Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (CCRAS), NIMHANS invited applications for recruitment to the post of Pharmacist and laboratory Attendant. The candidates eligible for the post can apply through the prescribed format within 60 days (1 November 2017) from the date of advertisement.

Notification Details:

Advertisement No: 01/2017

Important dates:

Last Date of Application: within 60 days (1 November 2017) from the date of advertisement.

NIMHANS Vacancy Details:

  • Pharmacist Grade I -1 Post
  • laboratory Attendant -1 Post

Eligibility Criteria for Pharmacist and laboratory Attendant Posts

Educational/Technical Qualification & Experience:

Pharmacist Grade I: Diploma in Pharmacy/D. Pharma from recognized University with two years experience. 

Laboratory Attendant: 10+2 in Science subjects with 1 year work experience in a recognised institution.

How to Apply for Pharmacist and laboratory Attendant Posts:

Applications should be sent to NIMAHNS within 60 days (1 November 2017) from the date of advertisement.

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Job Summary
NotificationNIMHANS Recruitment 2017, Apply for Pharmacist and laboratory Attendant Posts
Notification DateSep 2, 2017
Estimate Date0
Last Date of SubmissionNov 1, 2017
Official URLhttp://www.ccras.nic.in/
StateKarnataka
CountryIndia
Organization Ministry of Ayush
Education Qual Diploma Holder, Senior Secondary
Functional Medical

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