State Government Jobs- Tamilnadu-TN MRB Recruitment 2021 | TN MRB: 173 Assistant Medical Officer (AMO) Jobs 2021 | TN MRB Assistant Medical Officer Notification 2021 | Apply Online through @ http://www.mrb.tn.gov.in/– TN MRB invites Online applications for recruitment of TN MRB Assistant Medical Officer (AMO) Posts. Apply before 10 November 2021.

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Name of the Post & No of Vacancies:

TN MRB Invites Applications for the Following Posts

SI No Name of Post No. of Post
1. Assistant Medical Officer / Lecturer Grade-II (Yoga & Naturopathy) 35
2. Assistant Medical Officer (Unani) 08
3. Assistant Medical Officer (Homoeopathy) 13
4. Assistant Medical Officer (Ayurveda) 05
5. Assistant Medical Officer (Siddha) 112
Total 173

Educational Qualification:  

1. Assistant Medical Officer / Lecturer Grade-II (Yoga & Naturopathy) – (i) HPIM. (Siddha) or GCIM (Siddha) or MD (Siddha) or B.I.M (Siddha) or L.I.M (Siddha) or a degree in B.S.M.S. awarded by any one of the recongnised Universities including Dr.M.G.R. Medical University of Tamil Nadu or any other recognized degree or diploma in Siddha, the holders of which are eligible for registration under ‘A’ Class or ‘A ‘ Special Class with the Central Board of Indian Medicine, Chennai. AND

(ii) Must have registered his / her name with the Central Board of Indian Medicine / Tamil Nadu Siddha Medical Council, Chennai

2. Assistant Medical Officer (Unani) –

(i) BUM&S or other equivalent degree which is included , in the Second Schedule of the Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970, the holders of which are eligible for registration under Class “ A “ special or class’s “A” the Tamil Nadu Board of Indian Medicine, Madras.

3. Assistant Medical Officer (Homoeopathy) –

(1) Any of the following Post Graduate Diploma of the Faculty of Homoeopathy.

(i) F.F.Hom. (Lond)

(ii) M.F. Hom (Lond)

(iii) D.F. Hom (Lond)

(or)

(2) Any Diploma granted by any of the following institutions in West Bengal, namely:

(i) The Calcutta Homoeopathic Medical College,

(ii) D.N.D.E. Homoeopathic Medical College (or)

(iii) The Prathap and Herring Homoeopathic Medical College (or)

(iv) The Midnapore Homoeopathy Medical College (or)

(v) The Bengal Allen Homoeopathy Medical College (or)

(3) Government Diploma in Integrated Medicine (Homoeopathy) awarded by the Board of Indian Medicine, Hyderabad.

(or)

(4) Any Degree, Diploma Licence certificate or any other like award conferred, granted or issued on passing the final examination held by any of the following:-

(i) General Council and State Faculty of Homoeopathy Medicine, West Bengal (or)

(ii) Council of Homoeopathy Medicine, Calcutta, West Bengal. (or)

(iii) Andhra Board for Ayurveda and Homoeopathy, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh (or)

(iv) State Board of Homoeopathy system of Medicine, Patna, Bihar (or)

(v) Board of Homoeopathy system of Medicine, Delhi (or)

(vi) Council of Homoeopathy System of Medicine, Trivandram, Kerala State (or)

(vii) Board of Homoeopathy and Bio-chemic systems of Medicine, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal (or)

(viii) Court of Examiners in Homoeopathy, Bombay, Maharastra (or)

(ix) State Board of Homoeopathy System of Medicine, Lucknow and Agra University, Agra (or)

(5) Diploma in Homoeopathy Medicine and Surgery issued to the students of the Homoeopathy Medical College, Madurai on passing the final examination held by the Tamil Nadu Homoeopathy Council during the year 1973-74. (or) (6) The Diploma in Homoeopathy Medicine and Surgery issued to the students of the Government Homoeopathy Medical College, Chennai by the Director of Government Examinations, Chennai. (or)

(7) D.H.M.S. issued by the Council of Homoeopathy System of Medicine, Gujaraj, Ahmedabed, from 1974. (or)

(8) L.C.E.H. issued by the Homoeopathic Medical College, Gelgaum, Karnataka from June ’71 to Dec ’71. (or)

(9) L.C.E.H. or G.C.E.H. issued by the Court of Examiners in Homoeopathy, Karnataka from January ’73. (or)

(or)

11) B.H.M.S. issued by Utkal University, Bhubaneswari, Orissa, from ’81 (or)

12) D.H.M.S. issued by the Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Jaipur, Rajasthan from ’69 to ’73. (or)

13) D.H.M.S. issued by the Rajasthan Board of Homoeopathic Medicine, Jaipur, Rajasthan from ’79 (or)

14) M.B.S. issued by the Bherhampur University, Rajasthan from ’83. (or)

15) P.R.S.M. issued by the Ashutosh Homoeopathy Medical College, West Bangal, upto 42 P.H.A. (or)

16) L.R.H.S. issued by the Herring Homoeopathic Medical College, Calcutta, West Bengal upto 1942 (or)

17) H.L.M.S. issued by the Regular Homoeopathy Medical College, Calcutta, West Bengal, 1910 H.M.B.

(or)

18) H.L.M.S. issued by the Central Homoeopathic College, Calcutta, West Bengal, 1910 H.M.B. (or)

19) H.M.B. issued by the Bengal Homoeopathy Medical College, Calcutta, West Bengal, upto ’42 (or)

20) N.I.M. issued by the National Institute of Homoeopathy, Calcutta, West Bengal from ’79. (or)

21) D.H.M.S. issued by the Council of Homoeopathy System of Medicine, Punjab from ’78. (or)

22) Must have passed a Degree (DHMS/BHMS) in the system of Homoeopathy awarded by a Recognized University AND

II) Candidates should have registered His/Her name in the Tamil Nadu Homoeopathy Council

4. Assistant Medical Officer (Ayurveda) –

(i) HPIM (Ayurveda) or GCIM (Ayurveda) or L.I.M. (Ayurveda) or a degree in B.A.M.S. awarded by any one of the recongnised Universities including Dr.M.G.R. Medical University of Tamil Nadu or any other recognized degree or diploma in Ayurveda, the holders of which are eligible for registration under ‘A’ Class or ‘A’ Special Class with the Central Board of Indian Medicine, Chennai. AND

(ii) Must have registered his / her name with the Central Board of Indian Medicine / Tamil Nadu Board of Indian Medicine, Chennai

5. Assistant Medical Officer (Siddha) –

(i) HPIM. (Siddha) or GCIM (Siddha) or MD (Siddha) or B.I.M (Siddha) or L.I.M (Siddha) or a degree in B.S.M.S. awarded by any one of the recongnised Universities including Dr.M.G.R. Medical University of Tamil Nadu or any other recognized degree or diploma in Siddha, the holders of which are eligible for registration under ‘A’ Class or ‘A ‘ Special Class with the Central Board of Indian Medicine, Chennai. AND

(ii) Must have registered his / her name with the Central Board of Indian Medicine / Tamil Nadu Siddha Medical Council, Chennai

Age Limit: (As on 01.07.2020)

SI No Category of Candidates Maximum Age
1. SCs, SC(A)s, STs, MBC&DCs, BCs, BCMs (including Ex-Servicemen belonging to these communities) 58 Years
2. (i) Others 35 Years
3. (ii) Ex-Servicemen Belonging to “Others” 48 Years

Candidates Relaxation in Upper Age limit will be provided as per Govt. Rules. Go through TN MRB official Notification 2021 for more reference

Salary Details: Level-22 Rs.56100-177500/-

Selection Process:

TN MRB may follow the following process to select the candidates.

1. Computer Based Test (CBT)
2. Certificate Verification

Application Fee/Exam Fee: 

Name of the Community Fee Details
SC/SCA/ST/DAP(PH) Rs.500/-
Others Rs.1000/-
Note: Candidate wishes to pay fees through the online payment gateway, i.e. Net Banking, Credit Card, Debit card and Mobile wallet Payment, an additional page of the application form will be displayed wherein candidates may follow the instructions and fill in the requisite details to make payment.

How to apply:  

Candidate(s) fulfilling all the above clearly laid down criteria will have to apply online only through the link on the TN MRB website in the careers webpage under current openings section i.e. http://www.mrb.tn.gov.in/ from 26-10-2021 to 10-11-2021. No other mode of application will be accepted.

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