South Western Railway Recruitment 2016 — General Duty Doctor Posts
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South Western Railway Recruitment 2016 – General Duty Doctor Posts: South Western Railway has inform 01 vacant seats for General Duty Doctor on contract basis. If you have a dream of join South Western Railway. You can attend for interview on 30/11/2016 from 11:00 AM on-wards. Other details are mentioned below..
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
South Western Railway Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 01
Name of the Post:
General Duty Doctor
Candidates Age Limit:
18 to 50 years as on 19/10/2016.
MBBS and have valid registration certificate of any of the State Medical Council of India.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may attend for interview along with application form in the format appended with necessary self attested copies of testimonials in regard to date of birth, educational qualification, experience and report to Assistant Chief Medical Superintendent (ACMS) to the venue on or before 30/11/2016 between 09:00 hrs to 13:00 hrs
Office of the Chief Medical Superintendent (CMS), Railway Hospital, M.G. Colony, Okalipuram, Bangalore.
Date & Time of Candidates Interview: 30/11/2016 from 11:00 AM on-wards.
Job Location: India
South Western Railway is one of the 16 railway zones in India. It is headquartered at Hubballi and comprises 3 divisions namely Hubballi, Mysuru, and Bengaluru. The 4th division at Gulbarga will come up shortly and preparations of work has already begun. The zone came into existence on 1 April 2003. South Western Railway covers most of the railway lines in the state of Karnataka, and west parts of Dharmapuri district and Hosur taluk of Tamil Nadu. Karnataka has the least number of electrified and/or doubled broad gauge lines compared to other states in India (5%).The section between Bangalore-Pandavapura (128 kilometres (80 mi)) and Mysore-Srirangapatna(7 kilometres (4.3 mi)) has been doubled and opened to traffic. Section including Srirangapatna station and Cauvery bridges remains to be completed,