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ESIC Recruitment 2017 – www.esic.nic.in

ESIC Recruitment 2017 – www.esic.nic.in

ESIC Recruitment 2017
No.Of Posts : 07 Posts ESIC Recruitment 2017

Post Name :

1. Senior Resident – 05
2. Part/ Full Time Specialist – 02 Posts

Qualification : All Interested Candidates should have completed MBBS, Post Graduation Degree, Diploma or its equivalent qualification from a recognized Board/University.

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Pay Scale : Pay Scale Details Go To Official Notification.

Age Limit : Candidates age limit should not exceed 35 years (Post 1), 45 Years (Post 2).Age relaxation as per the govt rules.

Selection Process : Selection will be through Personal Interview.

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Application Fee : Candidates should pay Rs. 200/- through demand draft/ pay order drawn in favour of ESIC Fund A/C No 1.

How To Apply : All Eligible Candidates required to attend walkin interview along with relevant testimonials to the following Addess Before Or On 04-04-2017.

Venue Details :
Office of the Medical Superintendent,
ESIC Hospital, Peenya, Bangalore

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Important Dates :
Date Of Walkin interview : 04-04-2017.
Reporting Time Registration for Post 1 : 09:15 AM to 11:15 AM
Reporting Time Registration for Post 2 : 11:15 AM to 12:30 AM

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About ESIC :

Employees’ State Insurance (abbreviated as ESI) is a self-financing social security and health insurance scheme for Indian workers. This fund is managed by the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) according to rules and regulations stipulated there in the ESI Act 1948. ESIC is an autonomous corporation by a statutory creation under Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India.

In March 1943, B. P. Adarkar was appointed by Government of India to create a report on health insurance scheme for industrial workers. The report became the basis for the Employment State Insurance (ESI) Act of 1948. The ESI Act was enacted in 1948 and came into effect from 24 February 1952.:1 The act was initially intended for factory workers but later became applicable to all establishments having 10 or more workers. As of 2011-12, the total beneficiaries are 65.5 million.:13


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