Southern Railway Recruitment 2014 for Medical Officer jobs

Recruitment in Southern Railway Southern Railway Recruitment 2014 : Southern Railway has issued a notification for the recruitment of 19 post of General Duty Medical Officers, Specialist Physician & Posts on contract basis. Eligible candidates may attend for  walk in interview on 20-01-2014 from 10:00 Hrs to 13:00 Hrs. For more details about Southern Railway Medical Officer jobs given below…
NAME OF POST:Recruitment of Specialist & Physician jobs in Southern Railway
1. Specialist & Physician: 02 Posts
2. General Duty Medical Officer: 17 Posts
*Menimum Educational Qualification :Candidates should possess Post-Graduation in the specialty or equivalent and registered with the Indian Medical Council for Specialist Posts, MBBS & registered with the Indian Medical Council for General Duty Medical Officer Posts.
*Age Limit and Relaxation:Candidates age limit should be more than 50 years as on 01-01-2011. Age relaxation is admissible for 5 years to SC/ ST and 3 years for OBC Candidates.
EXAMINATION FEE: No application fee
MODE OF SELECTION :Candidates will be selected based on their performance in interview.
Eligible candidates may attend for interview along with application form in the given format, duly enclosing necessary attested copies of the certificates/ testimonials. Original certificates should be produced for verification. SC/ ST/ OBC candidates should bring the latest Caste Certificate issued by competent authority on 20-01-2014 at 10:00 Hrs to 13:00 Hrs at Office of the Cheif Medical Director, Southern Railway, Medical department, Moore Market Complex, 4th Floor, Park Town, Chennai-600003.
TENTATIVE DATES:Date & Time of Interview: 20-01-2014 at 10:00 Hrs to 13:00 Hrs
Venue: Office of the Cheif Medical Director, Southern Railway, Medical department, Moore Market Complex, 4th Floor, Park Town, Chennai-600003.
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Southern Railway,
Medical department, Moore Market Complex,
4th Floor, Park Town, Chennai-600003.
1.The contract shall be entered into for one year or less from the date ofentering into the contract. Period of contract is not extendable on anygrounds. However, the Railway administration shall reserve the nght to enterinto fresh contract with the Medical Practitioner for another term.
2. The full{ime contracted Medical Practitioner (hereinafter referred to as CMP), who enters into contract with the railways will not have any claim or right for his / her continuity in service or automatic extension of the term of contract.
3. During the validity of the contract, the CMP will be at liberty to terminate the contract for betterment of his / her career or on any other grounds by giving 15 days notice to the Railways. The contract can also be terminated by the Railways at any time during the contract by giving 15 days notice withoutassigning any reasons whatsoever. Contract shall also be terminated, if the CMP is found to be mentally or physically incapacitated.
4. The CMP shall undergo a medical examination, before the contract is enteredinto, for his / her fitness to perform the work awarded to him / her. At the time of entering into contract, the CMP shall produce certificates of his /her character and antecedents from two gazetted officers of the Central /State Government.
5. At the time of entering into contract, the CMP shall produce original certificates for proof of his / her date of birth and educational qualifications.The CMP shall have to undergo a brief orientation for a period of two weeks.Normally, Sundays and National Holidays will be off and in addition,authorized absence without detriment to the terms shall be allowed at the rateof two days per monlh to be availed any time during the contract to the extent earned by the CMP till such time.
6.  Provided this facility shall be available to the CMP subject to fulfillment of conditions stiDulated in clause 14 and 15 of the terms and conditions. Any CMP leaving his place of work on leave of absence / National Holidays should get prior permission of the controlling authority.
7. Expenses on outstation journeys connected with the contracted works will beborne by the Railway. Duty passes will be issued by the Railways for the purpose of journey in the line jurisdiction of the Health Unit, where the CMPrenders service and to the Divisional Headquarters and the CMP will be paid a fixed rate of Daily Allowance, that is, Rs.400l (Rupees Four hundred only) per day during such journeys. This will be subject to fulfillment of other provisions pertaining to Daily Allowance prescribed in IREC
8. The monthly fee for CMPs and the daily rate of proportionate reduction from the fee, in the event the CMP absents himself / herself for periods exceeding those stipulated in the contract, are at the following rates.Category of CMP Monthly feeDaily rate of reduction from the fee for excess absence General Duty
9.  Full-time CMPS may be provided unfurnished accommodation, subject to availability. In case Railway accommodation is provided to the CMP, an amount equivalent to HRA and License Fee of the accommodation so provided shall be deducted from the monthly fee admissible to the CMP.
10. The CMP may be given one set of First Class complimentary pass for self and family during each contract. The pass, however, shall be issued after he / she renders three months of contracted service regularly..
Southern Railway, in its present form, came into existence on 14th April 1951 through the merger of the three state railways namely Madras and Southern Mahratta Railway, the South Indian Railway, and the Mysore state railway.Southern Railway's present network extends over a large area of India's Southern Peninsula, covering the states of Tamilnadu, Kerala, Pondicherry,and a small portion of Andhra Pradesh. Serving these naturally plentiful and culturally rich southern states, the SR extends from Mangalore on the west coast and Kanniyakumari in the south to Renigunta in the North West and Gudur in the North East.At the young age of 18 years, Shri Misra was selected by UPSC as a Special Class Railway Apprentice through an All India competitive examination. After completion of his training at Indian Railway Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering/Jamalpur, Shri Misra joined Central Railway in 1977.In his 36 years of illustrious service, Shri Misra has worked in various important posts in different parts of the country.  His assignments include Executive Director in Railway Research, Chief Design Engineer in ICF and Divisional Railway Manager/Malda/Eastern Railway.  In 2008, he was selected for a prestigious Diplomatic assignment and held the post of Railway Advisor/Berlin for over 4 years.