Bumper recruitment for the posts of General Duty Medical Officer in this state, see details here

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If you are looking for a government job then this news can prove useful for you. West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) has released the notification for the post of General Duty Medical Officer in West Bengal. The Commission has invited applications from candidates for these posts. Candidates who are interested and eligible to apply for these posts can apply by visiting the official website wbpsc.gov.in. Let us tell you that the application process for these posts will start from 21st September and the last date for submitting the application form is 12th October.

WBPSC recruitment 2023 vacancy details

This recruitment drive is being conducted to fill 300 vacancies, out of which 102 vacancies are for unreserved category, 67 vacancies are for SC category, 19 vacancies are for ST category, 43 vacancies are for OBC-A (Non-Creamy Layer ) are for. , 29 vacancies are for OBC-B (Non-Creamy Layer), 14 vacancies are reserved for PWD candidates and 26 vacancies are for EWS category candidates.

WBPSC recruitment 2023 important date

Starting date of online application: 21 September 2023

Last date for receipt of online applications: 12 October 2023 till 3 pm

Last date for online fee payment: 12 October 2023 till 3 pm

Last date for offline fee payment: 13 October 2023

Last date for making payment challan: 12 October 2023

WBPSC recruitment 2023 age limit

The maximum age for general medical graduates applying for these posts is 36 years and for those having postgraduate medical qualification, it is 40 years.

WBPSC recruitment 2023 application fee

Those applying for this post will have to pay ₹ 210 as application fee. SC/ST Candidates from West Bengal and Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (PWBD) with physical disability of 40% and above are not required to pay any fee.

WBPSC recruitment 2023 qualification

Candidates applying for this post must have a medical qualification included in the First and Second Schedule or Part II of the Third Schedule to the Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 (102 of 1956) and registration as a Medical Practitioner in West Bengal. For more information related to this recruitment visit the official website of WBPSC.

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