ESIC is recruiting Insurance Medical Officers

The Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) has invited applications for the recruitment to Insurance Medical Officer (IMO) position. Those aspiring candidates can visit the official website, esic.nic.in and apply on or before November 10, 2018, according to an NDTV report.

The last date for submission of fees is November 13, 2018. The maximum age limit to apply is 30 years as on November 10. Upper age limit is relaxable up to 5 years for employees of ESI Corporation and Government servants under the instructions or orders issued by the Central Govt. Upper age limit is also relaxable to SC/ ST/ OBC/ PWD/ Ex-Servicemen & other categories of persons as per rules/ instructions of Government of India.

‘A recognised medical qualification included in the first or second Schedule or Part-II of third Schedule (other than licentiate qualifications) to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. Holders of educational qualification included in Part-II of the Third Schedule should also fulfil the conditions stipulated in Sub-Section (3) of Section 13 of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956,’ reads the job notice about the educational qualification.

  • Applicants must have completed a compulsory rotating internship and must have registered with the Medical Council of India.
  • ESIC will select candidates from written exam and interview. The written exam will comprise of questions of General Medicine, Paediatrics, Surgery, Gynaecology & Obstetrics and Preventive & Social Medicine.
  • The examination will be of 200 marks in total and will carry 200 questions.

Vacancy details

  • In Assam, the number of posts vacant is as follows: UR 12, SC 7, ST Nil, OBC 11 and the total is 30 posts.
  • In Bihar, for UR there are 37 seats, SC 12, ST 6, OBC 5 out of the total of 60 seats.
  • In Chhattisgarh, the UR has ten seats, SC 1, ST 1, OBC 5 out of total 17 seats.
  • In Delhi, the UR has 69 seats, SC 15, ST 5, OBC 63 out of the total 152 seats.
  • In Gujarat, for UR nil, SC 8, ST 4, OBC 15 out of total 27 seats.
  • In Haryana, UR has 17 posts, S 6, ST 5, OBC 17 out of 45 seats.
  • In Haryana, UR has 17 posts, SC 6, ST 5, OBC 17 out of 45 openings.
  • In Himachal Pradesh the UR has eight posts, SC has five, ST has one, and OBC has seven out of 21 vacancies.
  • In J&K, UR has 4, SC 1, ST nil, OBC 5 out of ten posts, while in Jharkhand the UR has nine positions, SC 5, ST nil, OBC 8 out of 22 posts.
  • In MP, UR has 25 posts, SC 7, ST 2, OBC 10 out of 44 positions. In Maharashtra, the UR has 47 posts, S 16, ST 8, OBC 30 out of 101 posts.
  • In Orissa, the UR has four posts, SC 3, ST 1, OBC 4 out of 12 posts.
  • In Punjab, the UR has nine posts, SC 4, ST 7, OB 14 out of 34 openings.
  • In Rajasthan for UR four vacancies, SC 9, ST 3, OB 14 out of 30.
  • In Tamil Nadu, the UR has four posts, SC nil, ST 5, OBC 2 out of 11 posts. In UP the UR has 66 posts, SC 21, ST 11, OBC 30 out of 128 posts,
  • While in West Bengal, the UR has 13 posts, SC 2, ST nil, OBC 12 out of 27 posts.
  • The total number of UR positions is as follows: 338, SC 122, ST 59, OBC 252 out of 771 posts.

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