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APSRTC Paramedical Jobs for Nurse Pharmacist 2012 APSRTC is the largest road transport network in Andhra Pradesh is recruiting candidates for the post of medical information. Vacancies in the position of staff nurse, pharmacist, nurse, regulations Boy Ward and Young Ward also has notices for posts such as constables, traffic and other superior engineering for which the application is received. elected in 2012, all these are normal and post-wise vacancies may be available on the band. The following is a list of job vacancies in the eligibility and application process.

Nursing staff, 1): 08 posts Qualification: Applicants should have passed Diploma Nursing and Midwifery from a school recognized any of them need to be training at least. three years of general medical patients, men and women, and 6 months of midwifery training as prescribed by the company.

Pharmacist Gr 2) II: 04 posts Qualification: Applicants should have passed SSC examination with Diploma in Pharmacy or B. Pharm.

3) The hospital orderly (male / female): 02 posts Qualifications: Applicants must have passed the SSC examination and they should have a certificate from the Society of St. John's Hospital (first aid).

4) Joy Ward / I: 02 posts Qualifications and Education: Applicants must have passed the SSC examination and must have a first aid certificate issued by the Society of St. John's Hospital.

The selection of candidates for the posts will be based on written tests and interviews. Those interested can apply in the prescribed form available on the website. Cost of application Rs 100 examination fee is Rs 100 SC / ST / BC / Ex - Services / / Coordinates of the department who do not have to pay a further fee. Application form can also be obtained from the offices of the Regional Manager (RMS) of APSRTC Applications should be submitted in ICR format only.

Important date.
1) Start date for the application of the ICR: 20-01-2012.
2) the last date for submission of the completed ICR: 2012/06/02.


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