National Centre for Disease Control
Name of The Post:
Walk-In-Interview/ Skill Test under the National Programme on AMR Containment (on contract basis) for the period till 31st March, 2022, will be held on 15.04.2021 & 16.04.2021 at NCDC, Delhi from 11.30 AM onwards at NCDC, 22-Sham Nath Marg (Near Civil Line Metro Station), Delhi- 110 054
Number of the posts:
Junior Microbiologist : 01
Data Manager : 01
Lab Technician : 05
Procurement Assistance : 01
Junior Microbiologist : Rs.60,000/-per month consolidated. No other allowances are permissible.
Data Manager : Rs.19,522/- per month consolidated. No other allowances are permissible
Lab Technician : Rs.18,500 per month consolidated
Procurement Assistance : Rs.40,000/-50,000/- per month consolidated. No other allowance permissible.
Junior Microbiologist : Not more than 40 years
Data Manager : Not more than 40 years
Lab Technician : Not more than 40 years
Procurement Assistance : Not more than 40 years`
Junior Microbiologist : MBBS with MD/DNB in Medical Microbiology/Lab Medicine from Govt. recognized institution: Or MBBS With Post Graduate Diploma such as D. Bact./D. virology with one year experience In clinical laboratory services; Or M. Sc in Medical Microbiology with PhD (relevant Subject) with two year experience in clinical Laboratory services
Data Manager : Graduate/ Post graduate with Degree/ Diploma in Computer Application from Govt. Recognized institution. Computer Proficiency including MS office Word/excel/power point, email and internet Experience of minimum 1year in Data Management preferably in public health sector.
Lab Technician : B. Sc in MLT from Recognized university OR 10+2 in science subjects with DMLT from Recognized University Institute
Procurement Assistance : MBA (Finance ) with two year experience of financial sector management preferably in government sector. M.Com with minimum two years experience of financial management preferably in Government sector or. B.Com with minimum five years experience in financial management preferably in Government sector. Working Knowledge and experience in Computer Application
About Organization :
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. The institute was established to function as a national centre of excellence for control of communicable diseases. The function of the institute also included various areas of training and research using multi-disciplinary integrated approach. The institute was, in addition, expected to provide expertise to the States and Union Territories (UTs) on rapid health assessment and laboratory based diagnostic services. Surveillance of communicable diseases and outbreak investigation also formed an indispensable part of its activities. The NICD campus at Delhi covers an approximate areas of 15.35 acres which includes the former official residence of Commander in Chief of the Indian Army and now houses the administrative block, library, divisions of epidemiology and parasitic diseases. The Institute is one of its unique kind in the city of Delhi having so much of green area with about 80% as open area. The Institute has got three large sprawling lawns with well maintained plants as well as a number of smaller garden islands. The headquarters of the directorate of National Anti Malaria Programme (NAMP), now named as National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP) is also located in the NCDC campus. The facilities available in the campus include research laboratories, a large lecture hall, well equipped conference and seminar rooms, animal house, fish hatcheries and two hostels with a total capacity to accommodate about 125 trainees and a well maintained canteen. The campus has the facilities of play grounds for volleyball, badminton etc. as well as for indoor facilities like carom, gymnasium etc. The Institute is under administrative control of the Director General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India. The Director, an officer of the Public Health sub-cadre of Central Health Service, is the administrative and technical head of the Institute.
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