Walk in Interview: GTB Hospital Delhi releases 93 vacancies for Junior Resident post
Delhi- The Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital (GTB Hospital) has released 93 Vacancies for Junior Resident post on Regular Basis. The Selection will be done based on Walk-in-interview.GTB Hospital is a 2,500-bed hospital situated in the National Capital Region of Delhi, India, and is affiliated to and acts as the teaching hospital of the University College of Medical Sciences. GTBH was established in...
Delhi- The Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital (GTB Hospital) has released 93 Vacancies for Junior Resident post on Regular Basis. The Selection will be done based on Walk-in-interview.
GTB Hospital is a 2,500-bed hospital situated in the National Capital Region of Delhi, India, and is affiliated to and acts as the teaching hospital of the University College of Medical Sciences. GTBH was established in 1979 with 350-bed capacity which has now been expanded to 1500-bed capacity.
Total no of vacancies: 93
Date of Walk-in-Interview: 6th December 2019.
For more details about Qualification, Age, and Pay Allowance and much more, click on the given link:
What are the Instructions?
1. The entire columns in the application must be filled properly along with prescribed of 500/-in the form of Bank Draft drawn in favor of Medical Superintendent GTB Hospital "Payable at New Delhi" for Unreserved, EWS & OBC Candidates. The SC/ST/PH candidates are exempted from application fee. The incomplete applications are liable to be rejected summarily.
2. The applicants must report in Room No. 331, 3rd Floor, Administrative Block, GTBH on 12.2019 at 09:30 A.M. to 11.00 A.M.
3. Photocopies of all the required certificates/documents duly self-attested by the applicant must be attached to the application. The candidates must have their original certificates/documents with them at the time of the interview show the Members of Selection Board if desired. Please not e that any discrepancy about the documents may invite cancellation of offer of appointment as well as it may lead to legal action under the relevant provisions of Indian Penal Code (IPC).
4. Enclosures, as mentioned hereunder, are to be attached with the applications:
(i) Date of Birth certificate (X-standard board passing certificate)
(ii) Delhi Medical Council registration certificate
(iii) MBBS certificate along with mark sheets
(iv) Attempt certificate
(v) Internship completion certificate
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