Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Modern Coach Factory has liberated a job advertisement regarding Modern Coach Factory Recruitment 2017. The organization invites applications from Skilled and capable candidates to fill up the 03 posts of Medical Practitioners. Desired aspirants who are willing to secure their job may apply by attending walk-in interview on or before the last date (20th April 2017).
To get further information regarding Modern Coach Factory Recruitment 2017, you should visit the below advertisement where you will get information about Selection Procedure, Pay Scale, Application Fee and much more.

Information of Modern Coach Factory Recruitment 2017:

Organization / Division Name: Modern Coach Factory

Job Role: Medical Practitioners

Looking for => Railway Jobs

Number of Vacant Posts: 03

Post Wise Detailed Information:

1. Medical Practitioners (CMPs) General Duty Doctors - 03

Primary Qualification: Individuals looking for this job should hold MBBS Degree from an accredited board / university / institute.

Age Limitation:
  • Age of the candidate should be less or equal to 50 Years counted from 01-01-2017.
  • Relaxation in age limit is provided to the candidates belong to reserved category, according to the organizational regulation.
Selection Criteria:
    Contenders looking for this job will be chosen according to their performance in Interview, Medical Examination.
Salary and Pay Scale: Selected candidates will get the attractive salary package of Rs. 55,000/- and Rs. 46000/- (for Retired Railway Doctors and central / state govt Retired Doctors). Per month

How to Apply: Aspirants should have to Attend Walkin Interview along with copies of the credentials demanded in the format as mentioned in organization official website mcfrbl.org at the address specified below on 20th April 2017.

Walkin Interview Venue:

CPO’s Office Modern Coach Factory, Raebareli
Venue of Medical Exam:

Divisional Hospital, Northern Railway Lucknow

Important Date: Walkin Interview Date : 20-04-2017.

official Website : mcfrbl.org

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