Fresher Biomedical Hospital Trainee Job in Kolkata

Analysis and diagnosis of problems related to medical equipments. To perform calibration of different medical equipements as per the standard of the specific equipment manual.
Salary:Not Disclosed by Recruiter

Industry:Medical, Healthcare, Hospitals

Functional Area:Engineering Design, R&D

Role Category:Other


Keyskills:Biomedical Instrumentation, biomedical, diploma engineer

Desired Candidate Profile
Education:(UG – Diploma – Any Specialization, Other Specialization, B.Tech/B.E. – Any Specialization, Biomedical) AND (PG – Any PG Course – Any Specialization, Post Graduation Not Required)

Please refer to the Job description above

Company Profile
Media Superspecialty Hospital

Medica Superspecialty Hospital is one of the largest superspecialty hospitals of eastern India which is committed to bring the best in healthcare.

Walkin Interview for Biomedical Trainee @ SCTMIST,Trivandrum

Dated: 03.05.2012

Post: Graduate Apprentice Trainee—Biomedical Engg / Electronics and Instrumentation / Electronics and Biomedical Engg. / Biomedical Instrumentation Engg.)

No. of vacancy: 6 + Panel

Qualification: BTech Degree in Biomedical Engineering / Applied Electronics and Instrumentation / Electronics and Biomedical Engg. / Biomedical Instrumentation engg. (Eligible for training only if the date of commencement of training and the date of issue of last mark list is less than three years.)

Stipend: Rs. 5000/- per month.

Venue: IV Floor, Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies of the Institute at Medical College Campus, Thiruvananthapuram.

Time and Date: 10 a.m. on 30.05.2012.


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