The Government of Maharashtra, the Walk-in for School of Public Health – PGIMER has issued a notification for the recruitment of 2 Social Scientist Posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Social Scientist posting, are eligible to apply for University of School of Public Health – PGIMER Social Scientist Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the School of Public Health – PGIMER recruitment 2017 must have completed in Graduation with MSW / MA Sociology /MA Anthropology, One year experience in conducting qualitative research ( in depttt interviews, Focus Group discussion) Desirable Good Communication skills with community. Willing to go to Maharashtra for data collection. Preferably Marathi Pea School of Public Health – PGIMER recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: School of Public Health - PGIMER
Total no of vacancies: 2 posts
Official Website: www.pgimer.edu.in
Name of the Post (Designation): Social Scientist
Educational Qualification: Graduation with MSW / MA Sociology /MA Anthropology
Pay Scale: 30000/- Per Month
Age Limit: As Per Rules.
How to apply: Interested candidate should submit their application along with their curriculum vitae with supporting documents to the Room No. 109, the office of School of Public Health, PGIMER, and Chandigarh address to the undersigned. Also send curriculum vitae at email id firstname.lastname@example.org by 15-02-2017 before 05:00 PM
The last date for receipt of applications & Date of Interview 16th February 2017
Responsible for studying and researching the link between society and human behavior. Specializes in any of the natural sciences, including anthropology, archaeology, criminology, economics, history, linguistics, political science and international relations, sociology, geography, law, and psychology.
The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) was established in 1962 which was later declared as an “Institute of National Importance” by an act of parliament on 1st April 1967 when the administrative control was passed on to an autonomous body. The Institute endeavors to produce specialists in the field of medicine and public health, and to provide the best health care, teaching and research facilities. The Department of Community Medicine was formally founded in 1977 with the dual purpose of evolving a feasible pattern of health service delivery to the rural people and for providing community health orientation to the resident doctors of the institute. To address the emerging challenges in Public Health Education and Research, Community Medicine Department was upgraded to a School of Public Health in the Tenth Five Year Plan (2002-06). PGIMER School of Public Health is making concerted effort to achieve continuing and long-term student involvement in community health work. The faculty tries to expand the values, attitude and ethical orientation of the students to have commitment to service of those in greatest need. The School of Public Health aims to conduct postgraduate teaching programs and short term training courses in various fields of public health for national health programs managers, to provide consultancy services to state and central health services on public health matters, and to carry out research by setting up model public health projects keeping in view national health policy guidelines and vision of health for all in 21st century. There are twelve faculty members, who specialize in community medicine, health promotion, epidemiology, health management, environment health and health economics