CHITTARANJAN NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE
Name of The Post:
Specialist Grade – I
Specialist Grade – II
Director, CNCI, Kolkata invites applications through online mode for filling up the following posts for the Hospital of the Institute.
Number of the posts:
Specialist Grade – I : 14
Specialist Grade – II : 32
Staff Nurse : 106
Specialist Grade – I : Level 13 (₹ 123100 – 215900)
Specialist Grade – II : Level 11 (₹ 67700 – 208700)
Staff Nurse : – Level 7 (₹ 44900 – 142400)
Specialist Grade – I : Not exceeding 50 years.
Specialist Grade – II : Not exceeding 45 years.
Staff Nurse : Not exceeding 35 years.
Specialist Grade – I : MCI Recognized MD/DNB/or equivalent postgraduate (PG) degree in Radiotherapy with 09 years’ post PG experience in Radiotherapy. MCI Recognized DM/DNB/ or equivalent qualification in Medical Oncology or DM/DNB/ or equivalent in Clinical Hematology/ or DM or equivalent in Pediatric Oncology with 06 years experience after obtaining the above qualification.
Specialist Grade – II : MCI Recognized MD/DNB/or equivalent postgraduate (PG) degree in Radiotherapy with 3 years post PG experience in Radiotherapy. MCI Recognized DM/DNB/ or equivalent qualification in Medical Oncology or DM/DNB/ or equivalent in Clinical Hematology/ or DM or equivalent in Pediatric Oncology. MCI Recognized M.Ch./ or equivalent in Head & Neck Surgery or Surgical Oncology
Staff Nurse : GNM plus Diploma in Oncology Nursing or Basic or Post Basic B. Sc (Nursing) or GNM plus 2 years experience in minimum 50 bedded Hospital after acquiring the above qualification Should be registered with the Indian Nursing Council / State Nursing Council.
About Organization :
During that time with the help and support of Dr. B.C. Roy an eminent physician and then chief minister of West Bengal, the foundation of the present day Chittaranjan Cancer Hospital(CCH) was laid. The hospital was formally inaugurated by Prof. Madam J.Curie in January 2,1950 and named after Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das, as a tribute to and in the acknowledgment of the enormous donation of his land and property for the cause. Initially this was a Cancer treatment center, which gradually expanded its activities in basic and clinical research with the assistance from government funding organizations. This eventually led to the founding of the Chittaranjan National Cancer Research Centre (CNCRC),funded by the Government of India in 1957, which was committed to basic research on cancer.
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