Post name : staff nurse
no. of vacancy : 06 posts
pay scale : rs. 21190/- (per month)
post name : pharmacist
no. of vacancy : 04 posts
pay scale : rs. 12190/- (per month)
educational qualification :
for staff nurse : certificate as registered nurse and midwife having passed three years course in general nursing and midwifery from a school of nursing or other institution recognized by indian nursing council or b.sc (nursing).
for pharmacist : 10+2 in science or its equivalent with 02 yrs diploma in pharmacy & registration with pharmacy council of india or with state pharmacy council.
age limit : maximum and minimum age limit is 20 to 40 years for staff nurse and 20 to 34 years for pharmacist as on 31.03.2017
job location : moradabad (uttar pradesh)
selection process : selection will be based on interview.
application fee : there is no application fee.
how to apply : interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with attested photocopies of educational qualification send by ordinary post to office of the divisional rly manager, n rly moradabad on or before 02.11.2017
northern railway, the jewel set in the crown of indian railways, has embarked on the mission to vanquish distances and create its own metaphor of existence. formally established in the year 1952, it remains the largest zone in terms of route kilometers, even after the re-organization of the indian railways into 16 zones. northern railway now comprises of 5 divisions-ambala, delhi, ferozpur, lucknow and moradabad.
every land of india has its unique tale to narrate. here are some special locations where one experiences the uniqueness of india, where one marvels at the cultural mosaic that is india. the terrain that falls in northern railway is also varied, from the mountainous shivalik range to the lush tarai region and the majestic gangetic plains. the north of the country is bordered by the mighty himalayas, the highest mountains on the earth. the himalayas are not a single mountain but a series of ranges with beautiful valleys wedged between them. the final southern range of the himalayas, the shivalik hills ends abruptly in the northern plains of india. in complete contrast to the soaring mountain peaks, the northern plain is oppressively flat and slopes so gradually that almost all the way from delhi to the bay of bengal it slopes only 200m.