DSCI 12 Senior Residents Recruitment Walk in Interview 2015 www.dsci.nic.in

Delhi State Cancer Institute (DSCI) Notification 2015 for filling up 12 Senior Residents vacancies in various departments. Eligible candidates may attend walk in interview on 3rd October 2015. Applicants can get the application form through the official website at www.dsci.nic.in. Willing candidates are requested to bring the current bio data, relevant certificates, documents, id proof, experience certificates etc.

DSCI Notification 2015 Details:

No of Posts: 12 vacancies

Name of the Posts: Senior Residents

Name of the Discipline:

  • ANAESTHESIA AND CRITICAL CARE
  • CLINICAL ONCOLOGY (RADIOTHERAPY)
  • GASTROENTEROLOGY MEDICINE
  • CHEST MEDICINE

Age Limit: Candidates age should be maximum 60 years as on last date. Age relaxation is applicable as per govt norms.

Educational Qualification: Candidates should complete MBBS or equivalent qualification recognized by MCI, MD/ Dip NB in Radiotherapy/Radiation Oncology/Clinical Oncology recognized by the Medical Council of India, MD/DNB in Anaesthesia recognized by the Medical Council of India, Post Doctoral (DM/ DNB) in Gastroenterology. Refer official notification.

Selection Procedure: Candidates will be selected based on their performance in interview and test.

  • Written Test on13/10/2015
  • Shortlisted candidates will undertake face to face interview
  • Dates are yet to be announced for the final selection

Pay Scale: Selected candidates will get the Pay: 15,600-39,100 + Grade Pay 6,600/- and other allowances per month.

How to Download the Application Form:

Log on to official website

Select the posts you need to apply

Read all the instructions given in the portal

Fill the necessary details

Click on submit and download button

Take printout for further use

How to Apply: Interested candidates may attend walk in interview on 3rd October 2015.

Date of Interview: 03-10-2015

Venue: Delhi State Cancer Institute, New Delhi

Time: 09:30 am to 10:30 am

DSCI Walk in Details & Notification