7th Pay Commission jobs at ESIC: Apply for 771 posts of IMO at esic.nic.in, salary up to Rs 1,68,000; details inside
ESIC Recruitment: Those selected will get salaries as per Level–9 of the 7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix (Rs 53,100 to Rs 1,67,800).
7th Pay Commission jobs are available with Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC). The ESIC has invited applications for filling up 771 posts of Insurance Medical Officers (IMO) Grade–II (Allopathic) under the seventh pay commission pay band. Candidates can apply by visiting the ESIC's official website – esic.nic.in. Selected candidates will be deployed in ESIC Hospitals/Dispensaries located across 17 states. The last date for submission of the online application form is November 10, 2018.
Those selected will get salaries as per Level–9 of the 7th Pay Commission Pay Matrix (Rs 53,100 to Rs 1,67,800). The other benefits like DA, NPA, HRA and Transport Allowance will also be applicable as per seventh pay commission. The selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of a process that includes Written Examination followed by Interview.
How to apply for IMO jobs:
1. The candidates may visit official website – esic.nic.in
2. They have to click on the Recruitment tab
3. The candidates have to click on "Click here to apply online for the post of Insurance Medical Officer Gr. II - 2018" option.
4. The candidates have to register themselves, fill in the application form and pay the application fee
6. The applicants have to download the confirmation page and take a printout.
The candidates can also apply through this link as well: https://cdn.digialm.com//EForms/configuredHtml/1258/57484/Instruction.html
The candidates should not be more than 30 years of as of November 10, 2018.
For General and OBC category candidates, the application fee is Rs 500. For SC/ST/PWD/ Departmental Candidates, Female Candidates & Ex Servicemen fee is Rs 250.
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A recognized medical qualification included in the first or second Schedule or Part-II of third Schedule (other than licentiate qualifications) to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956. Holders of educational qualification included in Part-II of the Third Schedule should also fulfil the conditions stipulated in Sub-Section (3) of Section 13 of the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956.