Tata Memorial Centre has released TMC Senior Resident (Radio-Diagnosis) Recruitment 2019 notification. Interested and eligible candidates who are Indian Nationals can check the details given below and attend the Walk-in interview on 21st August 2019.
Name of the Post: Senior Resident (Radio-Diagnosis)
Post Date: 14/08/2019
No. of Vacancies: Not Mentioned
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Important dates to Remember:
|Date of Walk-in interview||21/08/2019|
|Venue||Tata Memorial Hospital, Board Room, R.D.Choksi Auditorim, Golden Jubilee Block, Parel, Mumbai -4 00012.|
Vacancy detail of TMC Senior Resident (Radio-Diagnosis) Recruitment 2019:
- Senior Resident (Radio-Diagnosis)
- Rs.86,000/- pm
- Not Mentioned
Educational Qualification and Experience:
- Must possess MD (Radio-diagnosis) or equivalent postgraduate degree recognized by MCI.
- Not applicable
How to Apply for TMC Senior Resident (Radio-Diagnosis) Recruitment 2019:
- Eligible candidates may attend the walk-in interview on the above mentioned date and venue.
- Candidates should carry duly filled application along with all original certificates supporting age educational qualification etc with one set of photocopies of each, recent passport size duly self attested.
- Candidates are requested to reach at least half an hour before the scheduled reporting time.
The TATA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL was initially commissioned by the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust on 28 February 1941 as a center with enduring value and a mission for concern for the Indian people. In 1952 the Indian Cancer Research Centre was established as a pioneer research institute for basic research – later called the Cancer Research Institute (CRI). In 1957 the Ministry of Health took over the Tata Memorial Hospital. The transfer of the administrative control of the Tata Memorial Centre (Tata Memorial Hospital & Cancer Research Institute) to the Department of Atomic Energy in 1962 was the next major milestone. The Tata Memorial Hospital and Cancer Research Institute merged as the two arms of the Tata Memorial Centre (TMC) in 1966 as a classic example of private philanthropy augmented by Government support with a mandate for Service, Education & Research in Cancer.