Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) Limited is looking for eligible candidates for the vacant posts of doctors. An official notification with number 2020/Advt. No. 2/Contract Medic Jorhat advertising 06 vacant posts. Candidates can download the notification from ongcindia.com. The online registrations for ONGC recruitment start from November 02, 2020 by 10:00 AM. So, eligible aspirants can submit their forms before November 15, 2020.
The post of Doctor is available on a contract basis at Jorhat. Under the Doctor vacancies, there are several other vacancies – Field Duty Medical Officer, Medical Officer (Occupational Health) and Medical Officer (Homeopathy). The newly appointed candidates also get monthly emoluments of Rs. 75,000/- for Field Duty Medical Officer, Rs. 72,000/- for Medical Officer (Occupational Health) and Rs. 55,000/- for Medical Officer(Homoeopathy).
Only those applicants who possess the specified eligibility qualification can apply for these aforementioned posts. To apply for Field Duty Medical Officer, Medical Officer (Occupational Health), candidates must have MBBS degree (Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery). They must also have valid registration at state Medical Council of India. Candidates who have Bachelor of Homoeopathy Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) can apply for Medical Officer (Homoeopathy). Such candidates should also have a valid registration with concerned statutory authority. As per the notification, there is no upper age limit specified for ONGC recruitment.
Candidates have to submit their application via email to the conducting body. The ONGC application form is available on the official website which is ongcindia.com. The neatly typed application form along with the documents should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The document that should be mailed is as follows – passport size photograph, 10th class certificate, MBBS mark sheet certificate, post-graduation mark sheet, aadhar card, medical council registration certificate, caste certificate, experience certificate, self-attested experience certificate, and other as mentioned in the notice. All these documents should be converted in a pdf file and then forwarded to the conducting body.
Shortlisting of aspirants is initially carried out by conducting a screening of academic records (70 marks). Thereafter, the selection committee conducts an interview round that carries 30 marks. As per the notification, ONGC shall conduct the interview in-person or through online mode. The details for interview such as date, time and exam centre etc will be intimated to candidates later on. Moreover, candidates have to secure a minimum of 18 marks in their interview (Unreserved) to qualify the interview. No travel or dearness allowance is provided for the interview.