Walk-in-interview: 16th November, 2017
National Institute for Research in Tribal Health
Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh)
National Institute for Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) invites application for the post of Technical Assistant . Walk-in-interview 16 November 2017. Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…
NIRTH Job Details:
1.Post Name: Technical Assistant
No. of Vacancy: 01 Post
Pay Scale: Rs.31000/- (per month)
Eligibility Criteria for NIRTH Recruitment:
Educational Qualification: Graduate in science/relevant subject from a recognized university or Master’s Degree in relevant discipline.
The post is purely temporary and co-terminable with the project. Preference will be given to the candidates having higher qualification and work experience. The selected candidates will have no claim for regular appointment under ICMR. No TA/DA will be paid for attending interview. Age /qualification may also be relaxed in deserving cases. Candidate who wishes to appear for the Walk-in-interview can download the application format given in the website of NIRTH (www.nirth.res.in). Duly filled in application along-with copies of certificate should be submitted at 10:00 AM. Late entry will not be considered. Candidates are required to mention their complete address with Pin Code, Mobile number and E-mail ID. Candidate who are working in the project of ICMR-NIRTH should submit there applications along with NOC from Officer-in-charge 85 P.I of the Project, otherwise their application will not be entertained.
How to Apply NIRTH Vacancy: Interested candidates may appear for Interview along with application form, original & Copies of certificates at the time of Interview.
Regional Medical Research Centre for Tribals (RMRCT) started functioning in 1984, at Jabalpur , from three rooms in Medical College with a handful of staff. The centre continued functioning from Medical College till 1990 to address mainly to the study of the health and nutritional problems of the tribal populations, including nutritional disorders, common communicable diseases, environmental health problems, etc. The State Health has utilized the expertise of the scientists in planning, monitoring and evaluation of tribal health and other developmental programs in tribal areas of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and also in training health functionaries of these states. This Centre is also attempting simultaneously to estimate the magnitude of health problems posed by other common diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis, leprosy, diarrhoea, filariasis, venereal diseases, poliomyelitis, measles, etc. Further, the Centre also studies the blood groups, abnormal haemoglobins and other genetic health problems to stratify areas and to suggest control measures including interventions. Socio-economic, demographic and cultural profile of the tribal population gives an insight about how they play an important role in complicating and enhancing the magnitude of the problem. The centre was shifted to the main building of RMRCT in April 2002 and now
establishing laboratories for Molecular Genetics, Immunology, Microbiology and Clinical Epidemiology in full swing. RMRCT has been designated as National Institute for Research in Tribal Health (NIRTH) in the year 2015.
Important Dates to Remember:
Date of Interview: 16.11.2017 at 10.00 AM
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