CRPF Recruitment 2014 – 21 Specialist Doctor & GDMO Posts Walk-In

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has released notification under the recruitment of 21 posts of Senior Doctors & General Duty Medical Officer (GDMO). For the recruitment of 21 posts of Senior Doctors & General Duty Medical Officer (GDMO) Central Reserve Police Force will organized  a walk-in interview on Dec 29, 2014 for those candidates who have required qualification & experience.

Interested & eligible candidates may attend walk-in interview on given date & time with a complete resume which contains all information as Name, DOB, Address, Contact No, Email Id etc. Candidates must bring a complete resume along with original & copies of all related documents and certificates & five recent passport size photographs at the time of walk-in interview on Dec 29, 2014.

Selection will be purely based on contract basis.

Details of Post

Senior Doctors & GDMO – 21 Posts

  • Qualification : Post Graduate Degree/ Diploma in concern specialy.
  • Age : 67 Year (Max)
  • Emoluments : See Official Notification
  • Experience : 1½ years experience for Degre holder & 2½ Years for Diploma holder in the concerned speciality after PG.

Selection Process

Selection will be bases on performance in walk-in Interview.

Fees – No Fees required to attend walk-in interview.

How to Apply

  1. Candidates must have a latest updated resume.
  2. Candidates must bring  a complete resume and all related original documents and certificates and one set of attested copies of related documents & certificates & five recent passport size photographs at the time of walk-in interview.
  3. Walk-in interview will be held on Dec 29, 2014 at 09: 00 AM.

Venue

COMPOSITE HOSPITAL,
CRPF., GUWAHATI AT GC CAMPUS, PO-AMERIGOG, GUWAHATI(ASAM)
For more details please see official notification

Important Date

Walk-In Date & Time : Dec 29, 2014 at 09:00 AM

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