Srinagar: Bracing up for the launch of under-construction 500 bedded temporary Covid hospital, the government medical college (GMC) Srinagar on Friday advertised various vacancies of paramedics in Kashmir division.
According to the advertisement, GMC has invited online applications from eligible candidates belonging to Kashmir Division for the posts of Staff Nurse, Lab. Technician, Pharmacist and Anaesthesia Technician for the upcoming 500 bedded temporary Covid Hospital that is being set up in collaboration with the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), officials said Friday.
According to the advertisement notice issued by Principal Government Medical College Srinagar, the submission of online application forms will commence from 22 May, 2021 from 6 pm while the last date to close the application process has been fixed as 27 May, 2021 up to 4 pm.
“The eligible candidates have been informed to check the full details of the posts including pay and qualification which have been uploaded on the website of Govt Medical College Srinagar ( www.gmcs.edu.in),” the officials said.
They further said that as per the advertisement notice, these contractual appointments shall be initially for a minimum period of one year extendable up to maximum of three years.
“Due to the situation arising because of covid-19 pandemic, it may not be feasible to hold written test and interview of the candidates and the selection may be made on the basis of aggregate marks obtained by the candidates in the Diploma/Degree courses,” the officials added.
The advertisement has also been published widely in prominent local newspapers of Kashmir division for the information of interested candidates who may wish to apply for these posts.
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