ECHS recruitment 2016 notification 34 medical Doctor posts

ECHS recruitment 2016 notification 34 medical Doctor postsECHS recruitment 2016 notification 34 medical Doctor posts :- Ex-servicemen contributory health scheme (ECHS) invites application for the position of 34 OIC polyclinic, medical specialist, medical officer, Gynecologist, dental officer, radiologist, dental Hygn, assistant, driver, lab assistant, pharmacist, nursing assistant, peon vacancies. Apply before 10 days from the date of publication.

Name of post:- medical specialist, medical officer
Eligibility:- MBBS, MS, MD,  +2 class, diploma, PG Degree
Job Location:- Punjab
Last Date:- 10 days from the date of publication.

Total No. of Posts:-  34 Posts

Medical Specialist:- 08 posts

  • Age Limit:- The age of the candidate will be according to rules and regulation of Ex-servicemen contributory health scheme (ECHS) organization.
  • Qualification:- Candidates should have MD / MS in specialty concerned.

Gynaecologist:- 03 posts


  • Age Limit:- The age of the candidate will be according to rules and regulation of Ex-servicemen contributory health scheme (ECHS) organization.
  • Qualification:- Candidates should have MD / MS in specialty concerned.

Medical officer:- 07 posts

  • Age Limit:- The age of the candidate will be according to rules and regulation of Ex-servicemen contributory health scheme (ECHS) organization.
  • Qualification:- Candidates should have MBBS.
  • Selection Procedure:- The selection of the candidates will be on the basis of personal interview depending on the number of applications received.

How to apply:- Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with relevant certificates and experience certificate send to the station headquarter cell (ECHS), Jalandhar Cantt on or before 10 days from the date of publication.

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General Instruction:-

The department of Ex-servicemen welfare since its inception has been headed by a bureaucracy from the IAS with no experience or knowledge of veteran issues. None have served in the Armed forces or had any military experience. The lack of military experience and knowledge of veteran concern in the higher bureaucracy is blamed by veterans for the DESW lack of sensitivity in its response to veteran issues including to the issue of OROP.


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