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AIIMS Rishikesh invites Nurse Staff Grade II applications

AIIMS Rishikesh invites Nurse Staff Grade II applications

NEW DELHI: The applications for the AIIMS Rishikesh  1,126 Staff Nurses Grade II applications have been reopened.

To apply afresh for the Staff Nurse Grade II, candidates can visit AIIMS, Rishikesh official website http://www.aiimsrishikesh.edu.in

The institute will accept the applications until March 12, 2018.  he Institute had earlier also invited application for the same post and had conducted CBT on October 28, 2017. The result for the exam was announced in January 2018 and no candidate qualified for the post. Given the circumstances, the institute has reopened the direct recruitment.

Those who had applied for the position before will have to register again, but they won’t be asked for the additional fee for the applications.

The candidates who are looking for applying for the should have a degree in B Sc Nursing (4 year course) which should be recognized by an  institute or university or, they should be in possession of B Sc (post-certificate) or  as B Sc Nursing (Post Basic) (2 year course) from a university that is recognized by the appropriate authorities.

There are 1126 posts (UR-570, OBC-304, SC-168, ST-84), for the applicants and the pay grade is also modest, with a pay scale of Rs 9300-34800.

Application Fee

The candidates will have to submit their fee on the internet,  with aspirants who are from the general and OBC category will have to pay Rs 3000 and Rs 1000 for SC/ ST/ PWD/ women candidate aspirants. So, the aspirants who had not been able to pass the test in the first attempt can register for the posts this time once again.

Age Limitation 

The applicants who want to apply for the job, the average age is age should be between 21 to 35 years as on January 22, 2018

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