BPSGMC Recruitment 2023 - 51 Total Jobs Updated On 03 Oct 2023

BPSGMC Recruitment 2023: Bhagat Phool Singh Medical College (BPSGMC) has advetised the Latest Notification of Senior Resident Jobs Jobs for 51 Vacancies. Contenders who have completed their qualification in MBBS, DNB, MS/MD are eligible to apply for this BPSGMC Notification 2023. BPSGMC is going to recruit the eligible and skilled aspirants in various designations or Jobs roles. Many unemployed aspirants who are facing problems without the Job Opportunities. Those Jobless aspirants who have the desire to achieve jobs in public sector departments can Grab this Career Opportunity by applying before the last  date. Through our website we have intimated all the regarding details of BPSGMC Recruitment 2023. Required Job Seekers must visit the Official Notification and plan for the application process. Applicants must check all the eligibility details like Educational Qualification, Age Limit, Application Dates, Pay Scale, Application Procedure and Other related information. To Read More about BPSGMC Recruitment, Read More

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Bhagat Phool Singh Govt Medical College for Women has declared the notification for the posts of Senior Resident. BPSGMC ....

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Bhagat Phool Singh Medical College (BPSGMC) is a government run medical college at Khanpur Kalan in the gohana in Sonepat district of  Haryana in India. In 2008, the plan to establish a medical college under the Bhagat Phool Singh's Women's University at Khanpur Kalan. It was first announced by the Chief Minister of haryana, Bhupinder Singh Hooda. 

The foundation stone of the college was laid by the Sonia Ganfhi in 1st March 2009. It is the first Women's Government Medical College of Independent India and the first such institution in North India since Delhi's Lady Hardinge Medical College that was established in 1914. The College was inaugurated on International Women's Day, 2013 by Sonia Gandhi, congress party chief.