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Consultant Epidemiologist/ Veterinary

National Centre For Disease Control
1 to 4 Years
Posted on 21 Feb 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 19 Mar 19
Consultant Epidemiologist/ Veterinary Job Opportunity in National Centre For Disease Control purely on contract basis

Consultant (Epidemiologist)/10 Posts

Qualification: MBBS recognized by Medical Council of India (MCI) with MD (PSM/Community Medicine) / MD (CHA) / MD (Tropical Medicine) recognized by MCI or DNB (Social and Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine);

Pay Scale: Rs. 85000

OR MBBS recognized by MCI with Masters of Public Health (MPH) / Diploma in Public Health (DPH) / Master in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) / Diploma in Health Administration (DHA) from recognized University of India along with two years of experience in Public Health after acquiring mentioned post graduate qualifications;

Pay Scale: Rs. 75000/- per month consolidated

OR MBBS recognized by MCI with EIS Training Course Certificate. 

Pay Scale : Rs. 75000/- per month consolidated

Age: Not more than 60 Years (in case of retired Government Servant as per DoPT Guidelines)

Consultant (Microbiology)/
02 Posts

Qualification: 1.MBBS with MD/DNB in Medical Microbiology/Lab Medicine OR

Pay Scale : Rs. 85000/- per month 

Qualification:MBBS with Post Graduate Diploma such as D.Bact./Virology with one year experience in clinical laboratory services; 

Pay Scale : Rs. 75000/- per month consolidated

Qualification: M.Sc. in Medical Microbiology with PhD with two year experience in clinical laboratory services. 2. Must be Proficient in Computer Applications (MSWord, Excel and Power Point),email and internet.

Pay Scale: Rs. 65000/- per month consolidated

Age: Not more than 60 Years (in case of retired Government Servant as per DoPT Guidelines)

Consultant Veterinary/01 Post

Eligibility Criteria :A Post graduate Veterinary degree from a recognized university in Veterinary Public Health or Veterinary Epidemiology or Veterinary Medicine or Veterinary Microbiology or Veterinary preventive medicine/Veterinary Pathology (as per DoPT Guidelines). Registration in the Veterinary Council of India or Veterinary Council of States 

Experience: 1) Three (03) years’ experience in Veterinary Public health or Veterinary Epidemiology or Animal Health. 2) Relevant experience in public health, preferably in disease surveillance and outbreak investigations.

Desirable: 1) Broad knowledge and understanding of disease surveillance system, epidemiology including diseases of Public Health importance; 2) Excellent skill in Data analysis in field epidemiology; 3) Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills willing to travel extensively within India; and 4) Proficient in computer applications (MS Word, Excel, Power Point),email and internet etc. 

Age: Not more than 65 years (in case of retired Government Servant as per DoPT Guidelines)

Remuneration: Rs. 56,448/- (Rs. Fifty-six thousand four hundred and forty-eight only per month Consolidated.

Job Type

Interview Type

Walk - In

How to apply
Walk-in interview will be held on 19-03-2019 in Central Surveillance Unit of Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme at NCDC.

Selection Procedure: Registration of the candidates will be done on 19-03-2019 between 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at NCDC, Delhi followed by interview.

The candidates are required to submit their resume along with photocopies of all documents/testimonials along with 2 passport size photographs at the time of registration.
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Company Description
The National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) had its origin as Central Malaria Bureau, established at Kasauli (Himachal Pradesh) in 1909 and following expansion was renamed in 1927 as the Malaria Survey of India. The organization was shifted to Delhi in 1938 and called as the Malaria Institute of India (MII). In view of the drastic reduction achieved in the incidence of malaria under National Malaria Eradication Programme (NMEP),Government of India decided to reorganize and expand the activities of the institute to cover other communicable diseases. Thus, on July 30, 1963 the erstwhile MII was renamed as NICD to shoulder these additional responsibilities.