Maharashtra: The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER Maharashtra) has announced the details of vacancies for the Winter 2022 Government Social Responsibility Service (Bond Service) online allocation for Super Specialty (SS) degree holders.
71 seats are provided for bond service. The seats are available for the following positions: Assistant Professor at the Government Medical College and Specialist at Mumbai Municipality Medical Colleges/Hospitals.
Detailed seating matrix –
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The following colleges are included in the seat matrix –
1. GMC & Super Specialty Hospital, Akola
2. GMC & Super Specialty Hospital, Latur
3. TNMC & BYL Nair Hospital, Mumbai
4. LTMC Medical College Sion, Mumbai
5. GS Medical College and KEM Hospital Parel Mumbai
6. GMCH, Aurangabad
7. Super Special Hospital, Aurangabad
8. GMC & Super Special Hospital, Nagpur
9. Grant Government Medical College & Sir JJ Group of Hospital
10. BJMC, Pune
Candidates are awarded merit seats for assistant professor or specialty medical officer positions based on grades achieved in the Super Specialty Degree exam. All positions are awarded on a performance basis as an open category.
Medical Dialogues had previously reported that DMER had invited online applications for the grant of government bond services to holders of Super Specialty (SS) degrees (Winter-2022 batch). Candidates can fill out the application form and preferences by emailing [email protected] until 2023-02-20 16:00. The declaration of the allocation of the bond payment to the candidate and the issuance of the letter of recommendation by e-mail will be made on February 21, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. The qualification required for the Specialty Medical Officer is Super Specialty (DM/MCH) in a specific subject.
The Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) Maharashtra oversees medical education i.e. Under Graduate, Post Graduate and Super Specialization. It also coordinates the research activities in the fields of basic research, applied research and operational research in the institutions under its control and through outreach services. This enables the government to improve the health of the people in society.
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