Advertisement has been issued for recruitment to 24 different posts at National Center for Disease Control (NCDC), New Delhi under the Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. According to the recruitment advertisement released by the Center, a walk-in-interview / skill test will be conducted on 9 December 2020 for the selection of qualified candidates for these posts. NCDC is to recruit the posts of Assistant Director, Lab Technician and Lab Attendant for the work related to the investigation of Covid-19 sample. Recruitment will be done on contract basis, the duration of which will be one year in the beginning.
See NCDC walk-in-interview / skill test advertisement here
Learn eligibility criteria
In order to apply for Assistant Director posts in NCDC, candidates must have passed a Masters degree in a related subject from a recognized university. Also, one should have 7 years of related work experience. One year of experience is sufficient for PhD candidates. In addition, the age of the candidate should not be more than 40 years.
For Lab Technician posts, 12th and two year DMLT course with science subjects should be passed. Candidates who have done B.Sc in MLT can also apply. The age of the candidate should not be more than 25 years.
The educational qualification required for the post of Lab Attendant is 10th pass from a recognized Board or University. Also, one year experience in a government or registered lab is required. The age of the candidate should not be more than 25 years.
Important things for walk-in-interview
Interested candidates should fill the application form given in the recruitment advertisement provided on the official website of the center, with original and certified copies of all their certificates and a passport size photograph on 9 December at 9.30 am – National Center for Disease Control, 22-Sham Nath Marg, Delhi – 110054, Nearest Metro Station – Civil Line. During the walk-in-interview, it is necessary to observe social distancing in view of the Covid-19 epidemic.