PGIMER Admit Card 2019: Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, has released the Admit Card for written examination for the submitted Tutor/Clinical Instructor (Sr. No.2), Lab Technician (Sr. No.9) against commercial range.PGI/RC/008/2019 dated 08.07.2019. Also, admit card for Lab Attendant Grade II (Sr. No. Three), Hospital Attendant Grade III (Nursing Orderly) (Sr. No. 4), against Advt. No. PGI/RC/009/2019 dated 16.07.2019 Candidates who’ve applied for posts can get their respective Admit Card from PGIMER professional internet site.
PGIMER Lab Attendant Grade-II examination could be hung on 12 October 2019 from 10:00 AM to eleven.45 AM simultaneously as examination for the put up of Tutor/Clinical Instructor, Lab Technician, and Hospital Attendant Grade III on 13 October 2019 from 10:00 AM to eleven. Forty-five AM. The reporting time of the PGIMER examination is eight.30 AM. The exam could be in the English language simplest and of one hundred and five minutes (five minutes for biometric capturing) period. There could be 100 questions of 1 mark every. There will be a poor marking of zero—25 prints in line with a question for a negative reaction.
The applicants are counseled to affix the current passport-size picture duly attested by using. Gazetted Officer on the distance furnished inside the Admit Card.
PGIMER Results may be declared within a week after conducting the written exam on the PGIMER Official website www.Pgimer.Edu.In. A listing of the fast-listed applicants in the written exam might be prepared.
PGIMER Admit Card 2019: Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, has launched the Admit Cards for written examination to publish LDC, Steno, Store Keeper, Accounts Officer, Technical Assistant/ Technician, and Library Attendant Grade II on its respectable website. Candidates who’ve implemented posts can get their respective Admit Cards from PGIMER official website.
PGIMER exam can be conducted on 29 September 2019 from 10:00 AM to 11.45 AM. The reporting time of the examination is 8.30 AM.
The candidates must get a minimum of forty% marks for General Category and 35% for the SC/ST/OBC class out of overall effects. The selection of certified candidates might be based on the merit foundation of the impact of the written examination.