ESIC Delhi Recruits 208 Staff Nurses

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ESIC, Delhi invites applications for the post of 208 Staff Nurse, Dresser & Various Vacancies. Apply Online before 06 January 2016.

Location : Tilak Nagar (Delhi)

Job Details :
•    Post Name : Staff Nurse
•    No of Vacancy : 77 Posts
•    Pay Scale : Rs. 9300-43800/-
•    Grade Pay : Rs. 4600/-
•    Post Name : Dresser
•    No of Vacancy : 28 Posts
•    Pay Scale : Rs. 5200-20200/-
•    Grade Pay : Rs. 1800/-

Eligibility Criteria :
•    Educational Qualification :
•    For Staff Nurse : Diploma in General Nursing and Midwife or equivalent Qualification for male nurse. Registered nurse with Nursing Council (+,++).
•    For Dresser : Matriculation or equivalent from a recognized Board. Two years experience in application of Plasters in an Orthopedic Unit of a registered / recognized hospital (+,++).
•    Nationality : Indian

Age Limit : (as on 06.01.2016)
•    For Staff Nurse : 37 years
•    For Dresser : 18 to 27 years

Age Relaxation :
•    For OBC Candidates : 3 years
•    For SC/ST  Candidates : 5 years
•    For PWD Candidates : 10 years

Selection Process : Selection will be made on Written Exam.

Application Fee : Candidates belonging General/OBC have to pay Rs. 300/- through Challan.  candidates belonging SC/ST/PWD/Ex-servicemen/Women are Exempted from payment of fee.

How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply Online through website http://esic.nic.in/ from 07.12.2015 to 06.01.2016.

Important Dates to Remember :
•    Starting Date For Submission of Online Application : 07.12.2015
•    Last Date For Submission of Online Application : 06.01.2016
•    Last Date For Deposit the Application fee : 12.01.2016
•    Last Date For Final Submission of Online Application : 15.01.2016

Important Links :
•    Detail Advertisement Link : http://esic.nic.in/backend/writereaddata/recruitment/378033493ca90274d808f3e79698abc5.pdf
•    Apply Online : http://www.esic.nic.in/recruitment.php

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