Maulana Azad Medical College is a medical college in New Delhi, India affiliated to University of Delhi and run by the Delhi government. It is named after Indian freedom fighter and first education minister of independent India Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

MAMC Recruitment 2018


Total No of Posts - 600 Posts

Last Date 21 October

Job Details:
1) Name of Posts: Pharmacist
No of Posts: 200 Posts
Pay scale: Rs. 12 per registered patient, with a minimum guarantee of 75 patients per day to be calculated on monthly basis
Qualification: Diploma in Pharmacy or Bachelor of Pharmacy. Registration with Delhi Pharmacy Council.
Age Limit: 20 – 50 years

2) Name of Posts: Mohalla Clinic Assistant
No of Posts: 200 Posts
Pay scale: Rs. 10 per registered patient for OPD, Additional renumeration as per following schedule
Qualification: Completed Auxillary Nursing Midwifery (ANM) course. Registration with Delhi Nursing Council.
Age Limit: 20 – 50 years

3) Name of Posts: Multi Task worker
No of Posts: 200 Posts
Pay scale: Rs. 8 per registered patient at AAMC and Rs. 10 for each wound dressing if done by him/her. Minimum assured guarantee of 75 patients per day to be calculated on monthly basis.
Qualification: 10th class passed certificate. First aid training certificate from St John Ambulance Brigade.
Age Limit: 18 – 35 years

Job Location : Delhi

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Selection Process Selection will be based on Written Exam/Interview.

Application Fee : There is No Application Fee.

How to Apply : Eligible candidates may apply online at MAMC‘s website (http://www.mamc.ac.in/) from 06 Oct 2018 to 21 Oct 2018.

Important Dates to Remember : 
Starting Date for Interview of Online Application: 06 Oct 2018
Last Date for Submission Of Online Application : 21 Oct 2018

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