Public Health Nurse,Jr. Engineer (Electrical), Jr. Engineer (RAC),Jr. Engineer (Mechanical), Jr. Engineer (Biomedical),Sanitary Inspector,Boiler-Man Grade-II, Jobs & Vacancy in Engineering at Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Punjab Jun 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications on prescribed form or Online are invited from the citizens of India for the following posts :
1. Public Health Nurse : 04 posts
2. Jr. Engineer (Electrical) : 01 post
3. Jr. Engineer (RAC) : 04 posts
4. Jr. Engineer (Mechanical) : 02 postsfaculty opening
5. Jr. Engineer (Biomedical) : 03 posts
6. Sanitary Inspector : 03 posts
7. Store-Man: 01 post
8. Boiler-Man Grade-II: 02 posts
9. Sewer-man Gr.III : 01 post
Application Fee : Rs.500/- (Rs.250/- for SC/ST) Branch of State Bank of India with the fee Payment Challan duly filled in and pay the prescribed Application Fee in the “Power Jyoti” PUL current account of PGIMER. The account No. of PGIMER for recruitment is 32211613319.
How to Apply : Apply Online at PGIMER Candidates can go to any Branch of State Bank of India with the fee Payment Challan duly filled in and pay the prescribed Application Fee in the “PowerJyoti” PUL current account of PGIMER. The account No. of PGIMER for recruitment is 32211613319. The candidates after having deposited the fee inthe bank must ensure that they have Triplicate Fee Payment Challan with Journal No./Challan No. given by the bank on it. They should mention this Journal/Challan number on the space provided in the application form and keep this challan form with them for future use. Those candidates who hav S.B.I. account can also pay their fee through i-collect service of SBI. In that case the INB reference No. will be generated and will have to be mentioned instead of Challan No. The i-collect Bank Account No. of PGIMER is 32211595795.
1. The candidates will first fill (i) Advt. No. (ii) Post Code Number, (iii) category and (iv) date of birth on the website and then take a printout of the application form and challan. The application form is to be filled in by BLUE/BLACK BALLPEN in BLOCK LETTERS.
2. The candidates should fill his/her application form available on the PGIMER website.He/She should fill all the fields of the form. No fields should be left blank. After filling application form the candidate should deposit the application fee through challan form (Triplicate) in any branch of SBI.
3. Candidates can go to any Branch of State Bank of India with the fee Payment Challan duly filled in and pay the prescribed Application Fee in the “PowerJyoti” PUL current account of PGIMER.
4. They should mention this Journal/Challan number on the space provided in the application form andkeep this challan form with them for future use. Those candidates who have S.B.I.
5. Candidates must note that no other form of payment of application fees like Demand Draft, Banker Cheque, Money Order, Postal order, etc. will be accepted under any circumstances.
6. Candidates are advised in their own interest to apply much before the closing date and should not wait till the last date.The candidates must ensure that they fulfill eligibility criteria and that the particulars furnished by them
7. In case the last date of receipt of application is declared holiday, the last date for receipt of the application will be considered as next working day.
8. The application along with copies of certificates duly attested by the Gazetted Officer in support of educational qualification(s), experience, age/date of birth certificate, caste certificate,
Tentative Last Date:02-07-2012
About the organization:
T he medical profession in India, as elsewhere in the world, is committed to providing the best healthcare treatment and adopt ethical practice sin the treatment of patients. Benefiting the sick and doing them no harm is the Hippocratic refrain and the oath resounds with advice to the physician to “follow the method of treatment which, according to my ability and judgments, I consider for the benefit of my patients, and abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous”. Beneficence and non-malfeasance are the first articulated ethical precepts that set the physician-patient framework.Increasing levels of literacy and assertion of patient autonomy have given new dimensions to informed consent for types of treatment to be addressed to a patient. Need for transparency in clinical approach is the new mantra that shall visit every day practice amongst the medical personnel. Managing their reversibly critically ill patients, the nature of treatment to be administered, the time and manner for withdrawal of life support are crucial areas that require informed public debate to evolve a consensus for homogeneity of approach among the medical personnel and to avoid ad-hocism.In a joint consultation of the medical personnel working at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical educational and Research (PGIM ER ), Chandigarh with the legal fraternity, mostly practicing at the High Court of Punjab and Haryana, the global best practices, studies and recommendations of medical associationsand court judgments have been studied. T he following proposals are being suggested to the medical fraternity in India that shall serve as an exordium for debate and formulation of guidelines for withdrawal of treatments in irreversibly critically ill patients on Assisted respiratory Supports.
Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER)
Click above to download
the vacancy details