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Organisation : King George Medical University KGMU
Post Name : Recruitment for SRF, Audiologist, Data Entry Operator in 2017
Reference Number : Letter No.: PGDPS/CLP-KGMU/17/04/05-10
SRF, Data Entry Operator Recruitment :
Applications are invited on plain paper for the following temporary posts for the Task Force Project entiled: “Cleft Lip and Palate anomaly in India: Clinical profile Risk factors and current status of treatment: A hospital based study” Main Phase under Prof. A.K. Singh, Head, Department of Plastic Surgery, K. G. Medical University, Lucknow, funded by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), New Delhi.
Related : King George Medical University Recruitment 2016 Senior/Junior Resident : www.indianin.in/1234.html
Appointment shall be made initially for the period of One year.
Posts : Senior Research Fellow (SRF) – (1)
Emoluments : Rs. 33600/- pm
Qualification : Graduate in Medical/Dental/Allied Science or MSc/MA (2 yrs Research Experience)
Posts : Audiologist –(1)
Emoluments : Rs. 32000/- pm
Qualification : MASLP/MSc/BSc- Audiology
Posts : Data Entry Operator (Grade-B) – (1)
Emoluments : Rs. 18000/- pm
Qualification : 10+2 with Advance Diploma in computer Applications and typing efficacy.
Applications along with attested copies of degrees, mark sheets, experience certificates and testimonials shall be submitted in the office of the undersigned till 4:00 p.m. on 9th May 2017. Proposed date of Interview will be 11th May 2017, at 3:00 p.m. in the office of Head, Department of Plastic Surgery, K. G. Medical University, Lucknow.
Candidates are suggested to mention their contact nos. and email ID in the CV and have to report with original documents on the day of Interview. No separate call letters shall issued and no TA/DA shall be paid for attending the interview.
(Prof. A.K. Singh)
Deptt. Of Plastic Surgery,
K. G. Medical University, Lucknow -226003
About us :
The success of this great project of medical education and relief was already assured when the foundation stone was laid by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales in 1906, and during his second visit for the Coronation Durbar as King Emperor, His Majesty was pleased to give his consent and to designate the College by his name.