Current Recruitment Notification From Aruna Asaf Ali Govt Hospital Delhi 2016-17 | 05 Vacancies Available On

Aruna Asaf Ali Govt Hospital Delhi Recruitment 2016Resident Posts: Government of NCT of Delhi, Office of the Medical Superintendent, Aruna Asaf Ali Govt Hospital, Delhi has inform 05 vacant seats for Senior Resident vacancies on purely adhoc basis. Do you have a dream of getting joined Aruna Asaf Ali Govt Hospital Delhi may attend the interview on 21/10/2016. Other details are mention below…
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               Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:

Aruna Asaf Ali Govt Hospital Delhi Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 05
Name of the Post: Senior Resident
a. Radiology: 01 seat
b. Anesthesia: 01 seat
c. Paeds: 01 seat
d. Gynae: 01 seat
e. Medicine: 01 seat

Candidates Age:
18 t0 35 years as on 30/09/2016.

Education Qualification:
MBBS with P.G. Degree/ Diploma in the concerned specialty from a Recognized University/ Institution and should be Registered with Delhi Medical Council.

Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on interview.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates may attend the interview along with all original documents & self attested photocopies on 21/10/2016.

Important Dates:
Date & Time of Candidates Interview: 21/10/2016.
Registration Time Of Candidates: 10:30 AM.

Job Location: New Delhi, Delhi 110054

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About us-Aruna Asaf Ali was born Aruna Ganguly on 16 July 1909 in Kalka, Punjab, British India (now in Haryana, India) into a Bengali Brahmo family. Her father Upendranath Ganguly hailed from Barisal district of Eastern Bengal but settled in the United Province. He was a restaurant owner. Her mother Ambalika Devi was the daughter of Trailokyanath Sanyal, a renowned Brahmo leader who wrote many Brahmo hymns. Upendranath Ganguly’s younger brother Dhirendranath Ganguly (D G) was one of the earliest film directors.[1] Another brother, Nagendranath, was a university professor who married Nobel Prize winner Rabindranath Tagore’s only surviving daughter Mira Devi.[2] Aruna’s sister Purnima Banerjee was a member of the Constituent Assembly of India.

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