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Walk in interview for 14 teaching faculty ESIC Medical College & PGIMSR, K.K. Nagar, Chennai

Written By Ajit Kumar on Friday, December 22, 2017 | 7:21 AM



ESIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & PGIMSR
 ESIC HOSPITAL, ASHOK PILLAR ROAD
 K.K NAGAR, CHENNAI – 600 078
 EMPLOYEES STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION
AFFILIATED TO THE T.N. DR MGR MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
 UNDER MINISTRY OF LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT
 GOVT OF INDIA
 ASHOK PILLAR ROAD, CHENNAI – 600 078.

Advertisement No.04/FAC/2017 Dated: 23.12.2017
RECRUITMENT OF TEACHING FACULTY
(ON CONTRACTUAL BASIS)
ESIC Medical College & PGIMSR, K.K. Nagar, Chennai proposes to fill up the
vacant posts of Teaching faculty on contractual basis through Walk-In-Interview. The
details of vacancy and reservation position are as under.


Date of Interview : 04.01.2018
Time of reporting for document verification : 08.30 AM to 09.30 AM

Subject              Professor      Associate Professor   Assistant Professor
             
Biochemistry    OBC:1 
Community Medicine SC:1                                ST: 2
Hematology/ Blood Bank          SC :1
General Medicine OBC:1
TB & Chest ST:1
Psychiatry                      ST: 1

05.01.2018 08.30 AM to 09.30 AM
General Surgery                  OBC:1 
ENT                SC: 1
Obstetrics & Gynaecology UR:1
Radiology   SC:1 SC:1
Dentistry ST:1
Total : 14
Professor :3
Associate Professor :8
Assistant Professor :3

1. Out of 14 vacancies, 2 vacancies are reserved for appointment of PWD category in
identified posts only.
2. The provision regarding 4 year transitory period (24th July 2009 to 23rd July 2013) as
mentioned in Notes to S.No. 1 clause (a) and S.No. 2 clause (a) under Experience of
Professor & Associate Professor is no longer applicable.
3. The research publication are not mandatory for retired/resigned/voluntarily retired
from Government or other Medical Colleges in case of their re-appointment on the
same designation.

A ) EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Professor For General Disciplines:
Education Qualifications
Essential for Medical candidates
(i) A recognized medical qualification included in the First
or Second schedule or Part-II of the Third schedule to the
Indian Medical Council, Act, 1956. (Holders of educational
qualifications included in part-II of the Third schedule
should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in section 13 (3)
of the said Act); and
ii) a post graduate qualification e.g MD (Doctor of Medicine)
or MS (Master of Surgery) or a recognized qualification
equivalent thereto in the respective subject or allied
discipline.
(iii) For Dentistry: A post graduate qualification i.e Master of
Dental Surgery (MDS) or a recognized qualification
equivalent thereto in the respective subject or allied
discipline.
Essential for Non-Medical Candidates:
(i) a post graduate qualification i.e Masters Degree in the
concerned subject or allied discipline; and
(ii) a Doctorate degree from a recognized University in the
respective subject or allied discipline.
Note: The respective subject or allied discipline should be as
in the table –I of Schedule I of the Medical Council of India“Minimum
Qualifications for Teachers in Medical
Institutions Regulations, 1998”.
Experience:
(a) Four years teaching experiences as Reader or Associate
professor in a recognized medical college in the concerned
specialty.
Note: The transitory period of 4 years with effect
from 24th July,2009, the appointment or promotion to the
post of Professor can be made by the institutes in
accordance with the Medical Council of India- “Minimum
Qualifications for Teachers in Medical Institutions
Regulations, 1998” as prevailing before notification of
Medical Council of India “Minimum Qualification for
Teachers in Medical Institutions (Amendment)
Regulation,2009”.
OR
(b) Three years teaching experience as Associate
Professor in the concerned specialty in a recognized medical
college with minimum of four research publications in
indexed or national journals provided that these research
publications are published or accepted for publication in the
journals by the National Associations or Societies of the
respective specialties as the First Author, and further
provided that the requirement of four research publications
for promotion to the post of Professor should be taken on
cumulative basis with minimum of two research publications
must be published during the tenure of the Associate
Professor.
Note 1: Qualifications with regard to experience are
relaxable at the discretion of Selection Board in case of
candidates otherwise well qualified.
Note 2: The qualifications regarding experience is or are
relaxable at the discretion of the Selection Board in case of
candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled
Tribes and if at any stage of selection, the Selection Board is
of the opinion that sufficient number of candidates from
these communities possessing the requisite experience are
not likely to be available to fill-up the vacancies reserved for
them.
Note 3: The experience should be recognized by the Medical
Council of India or the statutory body concerned with the
system of medicine as valid teaching experience for teaching
posts and certificate thereof or any other valid proof in
support thereof should be submitted and a certificate to this
effect is to be submitted.
Note 4: Teaching experience in any other post like post of
General Duty Medical Officer shall not be considered for
eligibility purpose for recruitment to teaching posts.

Associate Professor
For General Disciplines:
Education Qualifications
Essential for Medical candidates
(i) A recognized medical qualification included in the First
or Second schedule or Part-II of the Third schedule to the
Indian Medical Council, Act, 1956. (Holders of educational
qualifications included in part-II of the Third schedule
should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in section 13 (3)
of the said Act); and
(ii) a post graduate qualification e.g MD (Doctor of
Medicine)/MS (Master of Surgery) or a recognized
qualification equivalent thereto in the respective subject or
allied discipline.
(iii) For Dentistry: A post graduate qualification i.e Master
of Dental Surgery (MDS) or a recognized qualification
equivalent thereto in the respective subject or allied
discipline.
Essential for Non-Medical Candidates:
(i) a post graduate qualification i.e Masters Degree in the
concerned subject or allied discipline; and
(ii) a Doctorate degree from a recognized University in the
respective subject or allied discipline.
Note: The respective subject or allied discipline should be as
in the table –I of Schedule I of the Medical Council of India“Minimum
Qualifications for Teachers in Medical
Institutions Regulations, 1998”.
Experience:
(a) Five years teaching experiences as Lecturer or Assistant
professor in a recognized medical college in the concerned
specialty.
Note: The transitory period of 4 years with effect
from 24th July,2009, the appointment or promotion to the
post of Associate Professor can be made by the institutes in
accordance with the Medical Council of India- “Minimum
Qualifications for Teachers in Medical Institutions
Regulations, 1998” as prevailing before notification of
Medical Council of India “Minimum Qualification for
Teachers in Medical Institutions (Amendment)
Regulation,2009”.
OR
(b) Four years teaching experience as Assistant Professor in
the concerned specialty in a recognized medical college with
minimum of two research publications in indexed or national
journals provided that these research publications are
published or accepted for publication in the journals by the
National Associations or Societies of the respective
specialties as the First Author, and further provided that the
requirement of two research publications for promotion to
the post of Associate Professor should be fulfilled with two
research publications must be published during the tenure of
the Assistant Professor.
Note 1: Qualifications with regard to experience are
relaxable at the discretion of Selection Board in case of
candidates otherwise well qualified.
Note 2: The qualifications regarding experience are
relaxable at the discretion of the Selection Board in case of
candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled
Tribes and if at any stage of selection, the Selection Board is
of the opinion that sufficient number of candidates from
these communities possessing the requisite experience are
not likely to be available to fill-up the vacancies reserved for
them.
Note 3: If a Diplomate of National Board (DNB) qualified
candidate is working as Assistant Professor in a Medical
Council of India recognized Medical College or Central
Institute, he would require one more year of teaching or
research experience to be promoted as Associate Professor
over and above the minimum time frame for Doctor of
Medicine (MD) or Master of Surgery (MS) candidate.
Note 4: The experience should be recognized by the Medical
Council of India or the statutory body concerned with the
system of medicine as valid teaching experience for teaching
posts and certificate thereof or any other valid proof in
support thereof should be submitted and a certificate to this
effect is to be submitted.
Note 5: Teaching experience in any other post like post of
General Duty Medical Officer shall not be considered for
eligibility purpose for recruitment to teaching posts.

Assistant Professor
For General Disciplines:
Education Qualifications
Essential for Medical candidates
(i) A recognized medical qualification included in the First
or Second schedule or Part-II of the Third schedule to the
Indian Medical Council, Act, 1956. (Holders of educational
qualifications included in part-II of the Third schedule
should also fulfill the conditions stipulated in section 13 (3)
of the said Act); and
(ii) a post graduate qualification e.g MD (Doctor of
Medicine)/MS (Master of Surgery) or a recognized
qualification equivalent thereto in the respective subject or
allied discipline.
Essential for Non-Medical Candidates:
(i) a post graduate qualification i.e Masters Degree in the
concerned subject or allied discipline; and
(ii) a Doctorate degree from a recognized University in the
respective subject or allied discipline.
Note: The respective subject or allied discipline should be as
in the table –I of Schedule I of the Medical Council of India“Minimum
Qualifications for Teachers in Medical
Institutions Regulations, 1998”.
Experience:
(a) For the candidates possessing doctor of Medicine
(MD)/Master of Surgery(MS) from Medical Council of India
recognized medical colleges:
Three year teaching experience in the subject as Resident or
Registrar or Demonstrator or Tutor in a recognized Medical
College either during the Post Graduate course or after
obtaining postgraduate degree in the subject.
(b) For the candidates possessing Diplomate of National
Board qualification (DNB) from Medical Council of India
recognized medical colleges or central institutes where the
no Doctor of Medicine (MD)/Master of Surgery(MS) course
running:
(i) Three years teaching experience in the subject in a
recognized medical college either during the Diplomate of
National Board (DNB) course or after possessing Diplomate
of National Board (DNB) qualification.
(ii) The concerned candidate would also require one year of
additional teaching or research experience in the concerned
subject in a recognized medical college after obtaining
Diplomate of National Board (DNB) qualification.
(c). For the candidates possessing Diplomate of National
Board (DNB) qualification from Medical Council of India
(MCI) recognized medical colleges or central institutes
where there are Doctor of Medicine (MD) / Master of
Surgery (MS) course running:
Three year teaching experience in the subject in a recognized
Medical College either during the Diplomate of National
Board (DNB) course or after obtaining Diploma from the
National Board qualification.
(d) For the candidates possessing diplomate of National Board
(DNB) qualification from centres other than of Medical
Council of India (MCI) recognized medical colleges or central
institutes:
(i) Three years teaching experience in the subject either during
the Diplomate of National Board course or after possessing
Diplomate of National Board qualification.
(ii) The concerned candidate would require two years
additional teaching experience as Senior resident or Research
Associate (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research) in a
Medical Council of India recognized medical college or central
institute.
(e) Research Experience:
(i) For the candidate obtaining Diplomate of National Board
(DNB) qualification from centres other than Medical Council
of India recognized medical colleges or central institutes, the
concerned candidate should have minimum two publications
(accepted or published) in the index journal (National or
International as first or second author)
(ii) In case the concerned candidates does not have the required
publication, he must have a total of three years teaching
experience in a recognized college or central institute after
possessing Diplmate of National Board (DNB) qualification.

B. AGE LIMIT: Not exceeding 69 years as on date of walk in interview.

E. Application fee:
 (i) Amount of Application fee:-
S.No Category Fee Amount
01 SC/ST/PWD/Departmental Candidates, Female Candidates & Ex Servicemen Nil
02 All other categories 300/-

Note:
Candidates may contact O/o. Dean, ESIC Medical College & PGIMSR, ESIC
Hospital, Ashok Pillar Road, K.K. Nagar, Chennai at landline no.044-24748959 between
10.00 AM to 4.00 PM on working days for any clarification. They may also send their
queries, if any, on e-mail- deanmc-kkn.tn@esic.nic.in


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