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Last Date to apply to Northern Railway :21 Dec,2019.
A Walk-In-Interview will be conducted by Northern Railway (Northern Railway) on 21-12-2019 (11 AM) for eligible and interested candidates for the recruitment to 4 posts of General Duty Doctor and Specialist Doctors.Applicants fulfiling all required eligibility conditions may attend this walkin Interview. Both male and female candidates will be preferred for this recruitment.
Name of the post – General Duty Doctor and Specialist Doctors
No of post – 04
Pay Scale – 75,000/- , 95,000/-
For General Duty Doctors: MBBS degree (with completion of internship) from any University/Institution recognized by Indian medical Council, For Specialist Doctors: MBBS degree and Post Graduate Medical Degree/Diploma in subject concerned from any University/Institution recognized by Indian Medical Council.
- Candidate should submit their application in duplicate on prescribed Proforma enclosed herewith latest by 10.00 AM at above mentioned venue on the day of walk-in-interview.
- In case, it is not possible to interview all candidates on nominated day, they will be interviewed/ medically examined on next working day/days. Thus, the candidates should make their own arrangement for stay for next day and come prepared accordingly.
- Consolidated remuneration at the rate of Rs. 75,000/- for General Duty Doctor and Rs. 95,000/- for Specialist Doctors per month will be admissible, if Govt. accommodation is not provided. If Govt. accommodation is provided, an amount equivalent to House Rent Allowance payable to a fresh entrant to Group „A‟ Jr. Scale and License fee of Railway accommodation so provided shall be deducted from the monthly remuneration payable to the CMP.
- Consolidated remuneration will be an amount admissible subject to the condition that remuneration plus pension drawn should not exceed the last pay drawn, if Govt. accommodation is not provided. If Govt. accommodation is provided, an amount equivalent to House Rent Allowance payable to a fresh entrant to Group „A‟ Jr. Scale and License fee of Railway accommodation so provided shall be deducted from the monthly remuneration payable to the CMP.
- Candidate should not have completed more than 53 years of age as on 01.12.2019. However, age relaxation of 05 years for SC/ST and 03 years for OBC candidates is admissible.
- Candidate should not have completed more than 63 years & 06 months of age as on 01.12.2019.
- Engagement of Doctors would be on contract basis initially for a period of one year on annual basis upto a maximum of 12 terms as per administrative requirement on the basis of assessment
of performance of CMPs. However, services of these doctors can be terminated even before the expiry of one year after giving 15 days notice on either side. Railway Administration reserves the
right to terminate the contract at any time during the contract by giving 15 days notice or payment of 15 days remuneration without assigning any reason whatsoever. The services rendered as contract doctor is a stop gap arrangement and will not be taken into consideration in case of their selection through UPSC. It will also not confer upon them any right for regularization of permanent absorption in the Railways. The engagement shall purely be on contract basis for a period of one year or till the regular incumbent joins, whichever is earlier.
- Engagement of Retired Railway Doctors and Central/ State Govt. retired Doctors as CMPs would be purely on contract basis initially for a period of one year on annual basis upto a maximum of 05 (five) terms as per administrative requirement. The engagements of CMPs shall be for a period of one year or less from the date of entering into contract or till a regular incumbent joins or on attaining the age of 65 years by the Retired Railway Doctors and Central/ State Govt. retired Doctors, whichever is earlier. The Retired Railway Doctors and Central/ State Govt. retired Doctors engaged as CMPs shall not have any claim or right for his/her continuity in service or automatic extension of the term of contract.
- During the validity of contract, The CMP shall be at liberty to terminate the contract for betterment of his/her carrier or on any ground by giving 15 days notice to the Railways. Railway Administration reserves the right to terminate the contract at any time during the contract by giving 15 days notice or payment of 15 days remuneration without assigning any reason whatsoever.
- For General Duty Doctors: MBBS degree (with completion of internship) from any University/Institution recognized by Indian medical Council.
- For Specialist Doctors: MBBS degree and Post Graduate Medical Degree/Diploma in subject concerned from any University/Institution recognized by Indian Medical Council.
- For Specialist Medical Practitioners, three year experience is essential. For General Duty Doctors, the candidate with experience will be given preference.
- Contract is liable to be terminated, if the Contract Medical Practitioner is found to be mentally or physically incapacitated.
- Candidate should bring their application from along with original and attested copies of all certificates &mark-sheets. No TA/DA is admissible.
- The offer of engagement to selected candidates shall be issued subject to availability of vacancy as per requirement in Northern Railway Central Hospital/ its Health Units located at New Delhi on “ as is where is basis”. Administration reserves the right to change the posting as per administrative needs. The CMP specialist Doctors so selected shall also have to carry out general duties as and when required by Railway Administration in addition to their specialty work.
- If posts of specialists not filled up the vacancies may be filled up by General Duty Medical Practitioners temporarily.
- The posting of notified vacancies may be changed as per requirement of the administration.
- The notification can be downloaded from Northern Railway‟s websites www.nr.indianrailways.gov.in and www.nr.railnet.gov.in/dept/personnel/pnew.html
- After approval of the panel by competent authority, the panel will be uploaded at NR‟s websites www.nr.indianrailways.gov.in and www.nr.railnet.gov.in/dept/personnel/pnew.html.Suitable candidates will be intimated through speed-post, Telephone calls and /SMS to report at Northern Railway‟s Central Hospital New Delhi for posting. The candidates who do not report at the assigned date and time will forfeit their chance of contract engagement and vacancies may be filled up from the next empanelled candidate.
- The Northern Railway (abbreviated NR and उरे) is one of the 18 Railway zones of India and the northernmost zone of the Indian Railways. Its headquarter is New Delhi Baroda House near India Gate.
- Officially notified as a new railway zone on 14 April 1952, its origin goes back to 3 March 1859.
- On 14 April 1952, the Northern Railway zone was created by merging Jodhpur Railway, Bikaner Railway, Eastern Punjab Railway and three divisions of the East Indian Railway north-west of Mughalsarai (Uttar Pradesh).
- On 3 March 1859, Allahabad-Kanpur, the first passenger railway line in North India was opened, which falls under Northern Railway zone.
- In 1864, a broad gauge track from Calcutta to Delhi was laid.
- In 1864, the railway line between Old Delhi and Meerut City railway station was constructed. Meerut Cantt railway station was established by British India government around 1865 after the sepoy mutiny of 1857.
- In 1866, through trains started running on the East Indian Railway Company’s Howrah-Delhi line.
- In 1870, the Sind, Punjab and Delhi railway completed the 483 km (300 mi) long Amritsar – Ambala – Jagadhri- Saharanpur – Ghaziabad line connecting Multan (now in Pakistan) with Delhi.
- In 1872, Sarai Rohilla railway station was established when the metre gauge railway line from Delhi to Jaipur and Ajmer was being laid. It was a small station just outside Delhi as Delhi was confined to walled city then. All the metre gauge trains starting from (and terminating at) Delhi to Rewari, Punjab, Rajasthan and Gujarat passed through this station. The track from Delhi to Sarai Rohilla was double. The single track from Sarai Rohilla to Rewari was doubled up to Rewari, from where single tracks diverged in five directions.
- In 1876, metre gauge track from Delhi to Rewari and further to Ajmer was laid in 1873 by Rajputana State Railway.
- In 1879, the Sind, Punjab and Delhi railway completed the 483-kilometre-long (300 mi) Amritsar–Ambala–Saharanpur–Ghaziabad line connecting Multan (now in Pakistan) with Delhi.
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