There are following Govt Jobs Opening for Medical Officers as per the following table.
Medical Officers Govt Jobs 2019 List
|Hindustan Machine Tools (HMT) Limited Recruitment 2019||38 Medical Officer, Manager/ General Manager & Other||BE/ B.Tech/ MBBS/ Diploma/ MBA||14-05-19|
|NHM Punjab Recruitment 2019||20 Specialist & Medical Officer (Walk-in)||MBBS/ Post Graduation/ Diploma||30-04-19 & 01, 02-05-19|
|ECHS Recruitment 2019||04 Clerk & Medical Officer||Graduation/ MBBS||07-05-19|
|DPU Education Recruitment 2019||111 Pharmacist, Medical Officer & Other||12th/ MBBS/ M.Sc/ B.Com/ B.Pharmacy||-|
|Indo Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) Recruitment 2019||980 Medical Officers (Last Date Extend)||MBBS||20-05-19|
|Guru Ravidas Ayurved University (GRAU) Recruitment 2019||73 Manager, Pharmacist, Medical Officer & Other||12th/ Post Graduation/ CA/ ICWA||-|
|Office of the Civil Surgeon cum CMO Ranchi Recruitment 2019||17 Medical Officer & Specialist Medical Officer||MBBS/ MD||-|
|NEIGRIHMS Recruitment 2018||02 Deputy Medical Superintendent, Junior Medical Officer||MBBS with Diploma/ MD/ MS||01 Month|
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Who is Medical Officers: The medical officers or the physicians serve as consultants, advisers, and administrators. A medical officer is also known as a Health officer, medical officer for health or district health officer. In a medical job the concerned post is usually hold by physicians who works for advising and leading a team of medical experts on matters related to public health. The jurisdiction of job of a medical officer may vary but it somehow remains around public health care domain.
Opportunities for Medical Officers in Govt Sectors: The opportunity of government jobs in medical has been rising since the past years. Al most every month some or the other posts come up regarding opening for medical officers in the offices of state or central government. In order to get such a lucrative and secured job the only thing that the candidates are required to do is qualify the basic requirements and clear the written examination as organized by the central or the state government.
Qualification Required to Apply for Medical Officers: In order to apply for this job the candidates should qualify an acknowledged allopathic system of medicines as mentioned in the Part-II of the third schedule or 1st or 2nd schedule of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. Simultaneously the candidate must complete their mandatory internship and should hold a post graduate degree or diploma in any of the specialty as mentioned either in section A or section B of schedule – I. A government job with such a degree will always proof to be lucrative for the candidates.
Salary Packages of Medical Officers in Govt. Sectors: The job of a medical officer in government sector gets quite a decent job as the pay package initially starts at Rs 15600 and goes up to Rs 39100 per month. This was the basic pay, other fringe benefits like TA, DA, HR allowances, pension, provident fund and many other benefits are also provided to the employees of medical in any government organization. Leaving the basic pay and other benefits the candidates also get a grade pay which is subjected to be around Rs 660 per month.
Responsibilities: The importance of a medical officer has always been worldwide. Their responsibility starts from diagnosing of the various diseases of the patients to the proper treatment of the patients – the officer has to keep themselves involved in every step of the treatment in the process of taking essential care of the patient. Moreover, during the treatment period also it is the responsibility of the medical officers to monitor the patient’s response to the prescribed drugs and to make the required changes ( if any ) according to the responses of the patient so as to provide him the best required treatment for his early recovery.