Employee’s State Insurance Corporation-ESIC
Name of the Post:
Senior Resident Against
Number of the posts: 75
Senior Resident : 33
Senior Resident Against : 24
Junior Resident : 18
Application invite from the senior resident and super specialty senior resident and demonstrator MCQ type test for Aptitude knowledge in teaching/subject will form the basis for the interview for the post of Tutor at 11:00 am. MCQ type test for Aptitude knowledge in teaching/subject will form the basis for the interview for the post of junior Resident at 11:00 am on the date of interview on the discretion of selection board.
Senior Resident : Basic pay Rs.67,700/- (Level-11) + NPA + other allowances as admissible under the rules per month.
Senior Resident Against : Rs.1,01,000/- per month.
Junior Resident : Basic pay Rs.15600/- + Grade pay Rs.5400/- + NPA + other allowances as admissible under the rules per month.
Senior Resident : Not exceeding 45 years as on date of interview.
Senior Resident Against : Not exceeding 45 years as on date of interview.
Junior Resident : Not exceeding 30 years as on date of interview.
Senior Resident : PG Degree or diploma in concerned specialty from recognized University. The candidate should have valid MCI registration. candidate already completed 3 years. tenure as SR in any Govt. Organization need not to apply.
Senior Resident Against : PG degree/DNB/Diploma in concerned specialty
Junior Resident : MBBS from recognized University should be registered with MCI. Junior Residents who have completed of one year of junior resident may be allowed to again appear for interview for selection and will be offered residency only if no fresh junior residents are available.
Walk in Interview
About Organization :
Employees’ State Insurance Corporation of India is an integrated social security system tailored to provide social protection to workers, immediate dependent or family, in the organized sector, in contingencies, such as, sickness, maternity and death or disablement due to an employment injury or occupational hazard. The ESI Act, (1948) applies to following categories of factories and establishments in the implemented areas:
* Non-seasonal factories using power and employing ten(10) or more persons
* Non-seasonal and non power using factories and establishments employing twenty (20) or more persons. The “appropriate Government” State or Central is empowered to extend the provisions of the ESI Act to various classes of establishments, industrial, commercial or agricultural or otherwise. Under these enabling provisions most of the State Govts have extended the ESI Act to certain specific class of establishments, such as, shops, hotels, restaurants, cinemas, preview theatres, motors transport undertakings and newspaper establishments etc., employing 20 or more persons. The ESI Scheme is mainly financed by contributions raised from employees covered under the scheme and their employers, as a fixed percentage of wages. Employees of covered units and establishments drawing wages up to Rs.10,000/- per month come under the purview of the scheme for social security benefits. However, employee’s earning up to Rs.50/- a day as wages are exempted from payment of their part of contribution. The State Govts bear one-eighth share of expenditure on Medical Benefit within the per capita ceiling of Rs.900/- per annum and all additional expenditure beyond the ceiling.
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