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ONGC Recruitment 2017 - Apply Online for Medical Officer Posts

Job notification in Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), New Delhi has advertised a notification for the recruitment of Medical Officer vacancies on contract basis. Eligible candidates can apply online from 14-08 -2017 to 28-08-2017

Total No. of Posts: 17
Name of the Posts:
1. Contract Medical Officer-Emergency Duty : 05 Posts

2. Contract Medical Officer-Physician (Part Time/Full Time): 02 Posts

3. Contract Medical Officer-Cardiology: 02 Posts

4. Contract Medical Officer-Radiology: 02 Posts

5. Contract Medical Officer-ENT: 01 Post

6. Contract Medical Officer-Pathology: 01 Post

7. Contract Medical Officer-Orthopedic: 01 Post

8. Contract Medical Officer-Orthopedic (Visiting) -02 Posts

9. Contract Medical Officer-Ayurveda: 01 Post
Candidates should Possess MBBS for S.No-1, MD-General Medicine for S.No-2, 3, MD (Radiology)/ MD (Radio Diagnosis) or MBBS with Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Radiology and Electrology (DMRD/ DMRE) for S.No-4, MS (ENT) or MBBS with Post Graduation Diploma in ENT (DLO) for S.No-5, Refer notification for more posts qualifications.
Candidates will be selected based on interview.
Candidates should have to pay Rs 300/- for General/ OBC, an amount of Rs 20/- shall be payable to the bank as bank charges through Challan deposited at any branch of State Bank of India in favour of ONGC Power Jyoti A/C No 30827318409 of SBI, Tel Bhavan, Dehradun. Eligible candidates can apply online through the website 14-08-2017 to 28-08-2017 till 18:00 hrs & attend the interview at ONGC Hospital, Ballupur Road, Dehradun on 06-09-2017 to 07-09-2017.

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During pre-independence, the Assam Oil Company in the North-Eastern and Attock Oil company in North-Western part of undivided India were the only oil companies producing oil in the country. The major part of Indian sedimentary basins was deemed to be unfit for development of oil and gas resources.

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