Field Worker Govt Vacancies in Sangrur,Punjab, Tata Memorial Hospital, Sangrur


Tata Memorial Hospital

Chairman/MD/CEO : Rajendra A Badwe

Head Office : Dr. E, Dr Ernest Borges Rd, Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400012

Education Requirement : B.Sc

No of Vacancy : 1


Position - Field Worker Govt Vacancies In Sangrur,Punjab
Category - Others
Company - Tata Memorial Hospital
Location - Sangrur, Punjab
No of Vacancy - 1
Salary - 2 Lakh To 3 Lakh
Posted On - 2019-07-05
Locality - Dr. E, Dr Ernest Borges Rd, Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra


Field Worker Govt Vacancies in Sangrur,Punjab

Qualification in Details:

1. “Early Detection Programme for Oral, Breast and Cervical Cancer in Sangrur District of Punjab State” Project(A/cNo.7021) Initially for a period of six months.
 
2. Qualification:   Science Graduate from a recognized university. The candidate should be able to speak in Punjabi or Hindi Language.
 
3. Job Profile: The selected candidate has to do house to house survey to identify symptomatic cases of Breast, Cervix and Oral Cancer. The candidate will assist project manager in organizing the field clinic for Breast, Cervix and Oral cancer in the rural area of Sangrur District.
 

Age Limit: 35 Yrs

Selection Procedure

  • WalkIn Interview.

Apply Procedure

1. Interested candidates may attend the interview at Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital, Civil Hospital Campus, Sangrur, Punjab 148001along with Bio-data, recent passport size photograph, Xerox copy of PAN CARD, AADHAR CARD & original certificates and one set of attested copies of all certificates.
 
2. WalkIn date and Time: 12.07.2019 - Between 10.00 a.m. & 11.00 a.m.
 
3. Address: Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital, Sangrur, Punjab 148001.


Overview

I take over as Dr K.A. Dinshaw superannuates after an illustrious career of 13 years. The years have been well utilized to evolve the process necessary to run for the quest of cancer (QC) and we now address ourselves to that purpose. The quest for cancer will have implications on affordability, innovation on one hand and delivery dissemination of standard of care, development of infrastructure and human resource on the other.

Affordable medicine is a magic word for all healthcare systems whether it is developing world cancer care or developed world nationalized health or insurance based system. Devising affordable intervention can be one plausible road for clinical research. Under this umbrella would be novel indications for existing drugs (reducing the time and cost of such drugs when proven successful), comparing affordable to expensive but proven technology and challenging dogma to trim and redefine standards of care.

Innovation would not only be in the well trodden roads of genomics, proteomics, metabolomics and stem cell with its associated molecular technology but also in less explored avenues of herbal medicine. The drug discovery program would induce clinicians to interact with experts in medicinal chemistry, molecular biology and would harness relationship between industry and academia. A platform for interaction between medicine and other discipline like physics, chemistry, nuclear medicine through newly formed Homi Bhabha National Institute would facilitate drawing designs/solutions from these disciplines that might have evolved in different directions. Such interaction will also allow assessment of viability of any new idea amongst experts across the spectrum of biology of cancer from laboratory to clinic to epidemiology.

Innovation in cancer medicine will be induced by evolving and appreciating ‘correlator’, an individual or group of individuals that have the capability to put together all the facts into a road map. ‘Clinical Scientist’ a rare breed of individuals will be cultivated with all facilities to put the jigsaw in place. The process that is most pivotal in research is to ‘Unify’. This process needs to be in harmony with the dividing or reductionist’s approach that has been so very successful in service and education, the other two parts in the trilogy that supports cancer care. I am reminded of the harmony that pervades the illusions of Escher where two opposing processes remain juxtaposed to each other in perfect unison.

The reductionist’s knife in service and education would evolve groups with organ specific focus,a well trodden path that has improved patient care and education. A gap analysis has been well utilised in evolving evidence based care to define standards and disseminate them across the country and the rest of the developed world. The process will continue with greater vigour as well as rigour. Evidence from well conducted research will be discussed for its robustness, applicability across the urban, semi-urban and rural India and if so will be adopted as guidelines if cost-effective. If not the same will be forwarded to policy makers as a suggestion for creating infra-structure or as a referral guideline. Lastly lack of evidence or equanimity about clinical practice would form a nucleus for a national clinical trial. The well machinery of clinical research will be put to use to answer questions of national importance and will also harness relationship with industry.

Inroads into health care by market systems has escalated the cost of health care for the distress of policy makers and for the consumers it means rationing of health care interventions and also ‘Creating disease’ by the act of observation. Screening and prevention studies well proven will be exploited for public good with utmost caution.Finally the goal would be to put in every effort to make every cancer patient feel cared for and offer all facilities to those who offer care or cure so that they have the sense of belonging to the commune that is striving for the Quest of Cancer.


Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital According to the Role  - Functional Area


17.8 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Nursing  Role
17.8 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Allied Health Services  Role
17.2 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Doctor  Role
7.6 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Administration / Facility / Transport  Role
6.4 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Hospital Management / Director  Role
5.7 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Pharmacist / Medical Representative  Role
5.1 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Bio Tech / R&D / Scientist  Role
4.5 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Back Office Operations  Role
3.8 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Data Entry  Role
3.2 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Finance / Accounts / Tax  Role
2.5 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for R&D / Product Design  Role
2.5 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Statistics / Analytics  Role
2.5 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Medical Transcription  Role
1.9 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Technical / Process Training  Role
1.3 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital are for Maintenance  Role
 

Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital according to Qualification - Degree


28.2 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital require Diploma  
20.6 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital require B.Sc  
17.6 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital require M.Sc  
13.7 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital require B.Com  
19.8 % Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital require 10+2 or Below  

Jobs in Tata Memorial Hospital according to Education Backgroud 


32.2 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Other background
15.4 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Commerce background
7.7 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Pharmacy background
7 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Nursing background
4.9 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Other Medicine background
4.2 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Arts and Humanities background
4.2 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Biochemistry background
4.2 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Chemistry background
3.5 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Science background
3.5 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Medicine and Health Sciences background
2.8 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Computers background
2.8 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Economics background
2.8 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Biology background
2.8 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Pathology background
2.1 % Employees in Tata Memorial Hospital are from Microbiology background
 


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