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ITI Limited Recruitment 2021 - General Duty Medical Officers - Bengaluru Apply soon

Last modified: 19 Jul 2021 10:22:19 GMT

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ITI Limited is looking for Medical Professionals in the following Positions:

General Duty Medical Officers
(Grade 2)

No. of posts: 08

Mandatory Qualification: MBBS from a recognised institution approved by MCI / NMC.

Experience: Experience is not mandatory. Freshers can also apply.

Terms of Appointment: Tenure for a period of 5 years with provision for absorption in the regular rolls of the Company subject to the requirement of the organization and performance of the officer.

Total emoluments at Rs.40316 (Basic+DA+HRA) at the minimum of the Pay Scale of Rs. 8600-250-14600 (pre-revised), plus other allowances and perks as per the Companys prevailing rules

Upper age limit: 28 years

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Experience is not mandatory. Freshers can also apply.

ITI Limited

ITI Limited offers a diverse suite of products, solutions & services across various industry segments. ITI has modern manufacturing infrastructure, equipment & technology at its manufacturing facilities located at Bengaluru, Mankapur, Naini (Prayagraj), Palakkad & Rae Bareli

How to Apply

The candidates are requested to check their eligibility criteria with regard to age, educational qualification and experience as per notification and apply. Addl. General Manager-HR ITI Limited, Regd & Corporate Office ITI Bhavan, Dooravani Nagar, Bengaluru- 560016

Website/Notiifcation URL: Website Or Notification URL

Application End date. 20 Jul 2021


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