The Government of Odisha, the Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) has issued a notification for the recruitment of 65 Jr Laboratory Technician, Attendant and various Jobs posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Jr Laboratory Technician, Attendant and various Jobs posts, are eligible to apply for Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) Jr Laboratory Technician, Attendant and various Jobs Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for Chief District Medical Officer (CDMO) recruitment 2017 must be a Completed in 7th, 12th and Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology from any of the 3 medical colleges and hospitals of the state or any recognized university. The age should be in between 21 –32 years. Age relaxation is 05 years for SC/ ST/ PH Candidates admissible as per rules. The applicants will be selected depends on written exam and interview Chief District Medical Officer Mayurbhanj Jr Laboratory Recruitment 2017
Name of the Organization: Chief District Medical Officer
Official Website: www.mayurbhanj.nic.in
Total Number of Vacancies: 65
Name of the Post (Designation): Jr Laboratory Technician, Attendant and various Jobs
Educational Qualification: 7th, 12th and Diploma
Age Limit: 21 to 32 years
Pay Scale: 5200/- per month with grand pay Rs.2400/-
Selection Processes: written exam and interview
Application Procedure: Apply Online
Last Date of Online Application: 20th January 2017
Medical Laboratory Technician Job Responsibilities: Provides information for patient diagnosis and treatment by performing laboratory tests in toxicology, chemistry, hematology, immunology, and microbiology laboratories; receiving, typing, testing, and recording blood bank inventories.
Attendants have an eye for detail and service with a smile. Attendants work in specific areas in a company to keep it clean, stocked, and keep the customers happy. They provide service for customers and make sure that each experience is as special as possible. Your job might be to clean up a room, keep food or materials stocked, or make sure that everyone has drinks and snacks
Kandhamal revenue district came into existence on 1st January, 1994, after Phulbani District was divided into Kandhamal and Boudh Districts of Odisha. The District lies between 19 degree 34’ to 20 degree 36’ north latitude and 83 degree 34’ to 84 degree 34’ east longitude. Kandhamal experiences sub tropical hot and dry climate in summer. Dry and cold climate in winter. The maximum temperature recorded in the District is 45.5 degree C and minimum temperature is 2.0 degree C. The average annual rainfall recorded is 1522.95 mm. The Kandhamal district covering a geographical area of 7654 sq kms is bounded by Boudh district in the North, by Rayagada district in the South, by Ganjam and Nayagarh districts in the East and Kalahandi District in the west. Physiographically, the entire district lies in high altitude zone with inter spreading inaccessible terrain of hilly ranges and narrow valley tracts, which guides the socio–economic conditions of people and development of the district. Kandhamal District is located in central Odisha and is bounded by Boudh District on the north, Rayagada District on the south, Ganjam and Nayagarh Districts on the East and Kalahandi District on the west. This District is located between 19’34 & 20’36 north latitude and 83’34 & 84’34 east longitude and covers an area of 7654 sq.km.Kandhamal District is very much famous for handicrafts such as Dokra, Terra–Cotta, Cane and Bamboo works. The region is proud of its rich cultural heritage.