From doctor to drivers, 165 vacancies, how to apply

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The Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), Lucknow has invited applications to fill 165 Group B and C positions through an online written examination. Applicants can visit the official website of the institute – sgpgi.ac.in to submit their application. The deadline to apply is February 14.

No less than 165 vacant positions will be filled thanks to the recruitment campaign. Positions range from medical physicist, dietitian assistant, receptionist, stenographer, housekeeper, pharmacist, junior engineer, storekeeper, and data entry operator, among others.

SGPGIMS Lucknow Recruitment 2022: Eligibility Criteria

Age limit: To be eligible to apply for the positions, applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 40.

Education Qualification: Candidates should hold a graduate or postgraduate certificate or diploma depending on the position for which they are applying. Those who apply for the position of driver must be 8th passing.

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SGPGIMS Lucknow 2022: how to apply

Step 1: Visit SPGIMS official website

Step 2: Open the Recruitment/Admissions page and click on “Apply Online” next to the recruitment notice.

Step 3: Now register by filling in the basic information like name, date of birth and phone number on the website.

Step 4: Log in with your credentials and fill in the necessary information in the application form.

Step 5: Upload the photo, signatures and other documents and complete the application form.

Step 6: Now proceed to payment of the exam fee. The fee is Rs 1,180 for General, OBC and EWS applicants and Rs 708 for SC and ST applicants.

Step 7: Print the application form and save it for future use.

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SGPGIMS Lucknow 2022: Application Fee

The application fee for non-reserved category, OBC and EWS is Rs 1180, while for SC and ST it is Rs 708.

SGPGIMS Lucknow 2022: selection process

The selection process will be based on the scores obtained in the common recruitment test (CRT) which will be organized for all positions. The CRT will consist of multiple-choice questions with a weighting of 100 points. The exam will take place for two hours. Shortlisted candidates for certain positions such as Stenographer, Personal Assistant (PA), Lower Division Assistant (LDA) after the CRT exam will be called for a skills test/technical exam. However, the final merit list will be prepared based on the scores obtained in the CRT exam only.

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