Job DetailsPost Name: : Nurse
No. of Post: 08 Posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered: Rs. 9300-34800/- PER MONTH
Grade Pay : Rs.4600/- per month
Post Name: : Security Assistant
No. of Post: 04 posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered Rs.5200-20200/-
Grade Pay : Rs.1900/- per month
Eligibility: Graduation passed
Last Date: 30-Nov-2015
Age Limit: candidates should have
For Nurse : 30 Years
For Security Assistant : 27 Years. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria : For Nurse : General Nursing & Midwifery OR Basic or Post Basic B.Sc.(Nursing), with 2 years experience.
For Security Assistant : Graduate from a recognized university or its equivalent.
Application Fee : Candidates Have To Pay Rs.300/- through Demand Draft In Favour Of Tata Memorial Centre, Parel, Mumbai – 400012
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written examination and interview.
How To Apply: Interested candidates may apply Online through website http://tmc.gov.in/tmcnm/ on or before 30.11.2015. Candidates may send Hard copy of Online application along with recent passport size photograph, attested copies of all certificates in support of date of birth, educational qualification, experience , caste , PH Certificates etc. along with the copy of online application form addressed to H.R.D.Officer, Tata Memorial Hospital, Dr E.BORGES ROAD Parel, Mumbai-400012 or before 07.12.2015.
About Tata Memorial Centre(TMC)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.