The Government of Goa, the Walk-in for U.T Administration of Daman and Diu has issued a notification for the recruitment of 27 Specialist, Medical Officer & Various Post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Specialist, Medical Officer & Various posting, are eligible to apply for University of U.T Administration of Daman and Diu Specialist, Medical Officer & Various Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the U.T Administration of Daman and Diu recruitment 2017 must have completed in MBBS with PG Degree/ Diploma in respective subject with three years’ experience in case of PG Degree or Five years in case of PG Diploma/ MBBS from acknowledge university and completion of compulsory rotation internship U.T Administration of Daman and Diu recruitment 2017. The maximum age limit 35/45yrs
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Name of the Organization: U.T Administration of Daman and Diu
Total no of vacancies: 27 posts
Official Website: www.daman.nic.in
Location: Daman and Diu
Name of the Post (Designation): Specialist, Medical Officer & Various
Educational Qualification: MBBS with PG Degree/ Diploma in respective subject with three years’ experience in case of PG Degree or Five years in case of PG Diploma/ MBBS from acknowledge university and completion of compulsory rotation internship.
Specialist: 70000/- (Per month)
Medical Officer: 50000/- (Per month)
Age Limit: 35/45 years
Selection Process: Interview
The last date for receipt of applications & Date of Interview 18th February 2017 as 10.00 A.m.
The main duties of a medical office specialist include scheduling appointments, answering phone inquiries, assisting patients with the check-in and check-out process, and verifying patient registration and insurance information.
The District of Daman is known to have formed part of the country known as Lata which was one the seven divisions of the Aparant or Konkan Vishaya, between 2nd Century B.C. to 13th Century A.D. The Daman District is included in the intervening region and therefore must have formed part of the Mauryan empire at least at the time of Ashoka. After the Mauryan power was weakened, the district was under the rule of Satkarni I, the Satavahana ruler in the end of 2nd Century B.C. After that during the 1st Century A.D. the District of Daman seemed to have been ruled by Kshaharatas who were the provincial governors i.e Kshatrapas under the Kushana emperors. During A.D. 125, Satkarni drove away the Kshaharatas and ruled the districts. But the Satavahana rule was shortlived. The Kshaharatas of Ujjain re-conquered the district by about A.D 150 from the Satavahana ruler Satakarni and Daman District again passed under the rule of Kshaharatas of Ujjain till A.D. 249. After the Kshatrapas, the district was ruled by the Abhir Kings till A.D. 416. After the rule of Abhir kings, the district was under the rule of Traikutakas during the 5th Century A.D. who were the feudatories of the Abhiras. By A.D. 500, the Traikutaka power seems to have been destroyed by the Vakataka king Harishena. The District then was under the power of the Kalachuris of Mahishmati King Krishnaraja and his successors till A.D. 609. King Mangales of Chalukyas of Badami routed out the last king Budharaja of Kalachuris by about A.D. 609. The Chalukyas of Badami ruled the district till A.D. 671 and their descendants known as Lata or Navasari Chalukyas ruled from Navasarika, modern Navasari, on the bank of the river Purna to the north of Daman. They ruled independently as feudatories of the Badami Chalukyas of the Deccan. In the next eight centuries, Daman came under the control of a large number of Hindu kings and chieftains.