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BFUHS Data Entry Operator Jobs Notification 2021 - 10 Vacancies in Punjab Full-time Job

May 4th, 2021 at 13:19   Computer   Farīdkot   292 views
Job Details

Baba Farid University of Health Science (BFUHS) has advertised the Latest Jobs Notification 2021 and started inviting applications for the Recruitment of 10 Data Entry Operator Vacancies. Candidates, who have a qualification of Graduation are eligible. Aspirants, who are willing are willing to acquire a job in the field of the public sector may apply on/before 07th May 2021. However, hopeful aspirants may read further information such as the eligibility criteria, age limit, selection process, important dates, and more details as mentioned below.

Eligibility Criteria:

Name of the Post

Educational Qualifications

No. of Vacancies

Data Entry Operator

Graduation and should have Typing Skills


Age limit:

  • The upper age limit is 37 years.
  • Age is reckoned as on 01st Jan 2021.
  • Relaxation in the upper age limit is applicable as per rules.

Pay Scale:

  • The selected candidates will get a Pay Scale of Rs.15,000/- per month.

Selection Process:

  • Based on the Written Test/Skill Test/Interview.

Application Fee:

  • General / OBC: Rs.1,180/-
  • SC / ST / PWD: Rs.590/-
  • Mode of Payment: Through Demand Draft.

Steps to Apply:

  • Visit the BFUHS Official Website.
  • Select the desired Post and download the application form in the prescribed format.
  • Fill in all the details in the application form.
  • Then submit the filled-in application form along with the attached photograph and copies of necessary documents to the address mentioned below.

Address Details:

Office of the Medical Superintendent,
GGS Medical Hospital,
Punjab - 151203.

Important Dates:

Last Date to Apply

07th May 2021

To Download BFUHS Recruitment Notification 2021 and Application Form - Click Here

Company Description
Baba Farid University of Health Sciences was established in July 1998 by Punjab Act No. 18. It is named after Baba Farid, a 12th-century Punjabi sufi, and headquartered in Faridkot.