Applications have been sought for 46 posts of Professors, 61 posts of Associate Professors and two posts of Assistant Professors in 24 disciplines.
After the recruitment of medical officers (MO) for state health services, the Uttarakhand government has now shifted its focus on the recruitment of faculty members for its medical colleges. The Uttarakhand Medical Services Selection Board (UMSSB) released recruitment advertisement for 109 posts of Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors on Friday. The chairperson of the board, Dr D S Rawat said that applications have been sought for 46 posts of Professors, 61 posts of Associate Professors and two posts of Assistant Professors in 24 disciplines. The posts of the Professors and Associate Professors are for government medical colleges of Uttarakhand while two posts of assistant professors ( Radiation Physics) are for cancer institute Haldwani. Dr Rawat informed that the board has given a time of one month for the aspirants for filling online application. He said that after the receipt of applications, the process of scrutiny of forms would resume. The board would invite only the eligible candidates for interviews. The interview would be done by panel of experts. The selected candidates for the Professors would be appointed on pay level 15 ( Rs 1,44200 to 218200) while the Associate Professors would be appointed on pay level 14 ( Rs 118500 to 214100). Dr Rawat claimed that the process of recruitment would be completed in three to four months.
Recently, the board had selected 477 medical officers for its health services. Last year, the board has selected 88 assistant professors in various disciplines.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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