MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021 : Malabar Cancer Centre (MCC) an autonomous centre under Government of Kerala invites online applications for Project Manager, Nurse etc.. to fill up a total of 8 Posts on temporary basis for a period of 3 Years. Interested Candidates fulfilling the Eligibility Criteria can Apply Online.
Important Dates for MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021
- Online Application starts from 16-02-2021 1700 hrs.
- Last date to Apply Online is 03-03-2021 2359 hrs.
- Last date to send hard copy along with relevant certificates is 15-03-2021 1700 hrs.
Age Limit for MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021
- Minimum age to apply is 30 Years.
- Minimum age to apply is 40 Years.
Application Fee for MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021
- Fee for candidates belonging to SC and ST is Rs. 50/-.
- Fee for candidates belonging to other categories is Rs.250/-.
- Candidates can pay fees by RTGS / NEFT / IMPS / UPI to the following account: No:1154104000017958, Account holder: Malabar Cancer Center Society, Bank: IDBI Branch: Thalassery, IFSC Code: IBKL0001154.
Selection Process for MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021
- Candidates will be screened and only eligible candidates will be called for the Interview.
Important Links for MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021
To Apply Online Click here.
Official Notification Click Here
Official Website Click here
Contact Address for MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021
MALABAR CANCER CENTRE, (An autonomous centre under Govt. of Kerala) Moozhikkara (P.O), Thalassery, Kannur District, Kerala, India-670103. Phone: 0490 2399203, 2355881, Fax: 0490 2355880, E-mail: [email protected]
About MCC Kerala Recruitment 2021
Malabar Cancer Centre, Thalassery (MCC) is an autonomous institution under Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Kerala, established under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. The institution is located at Kodiyeri, Thalassery of Kannur District and was established in 2001 and the clinical services were started in the same year. At present MCC has 220 in-patient bed strength and the Institute caters to patients from 7 Districts of Northern Kerala in addition to the neighboring states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Mahe (a total population of over 1.5 crores). The main objective of the Centre is not only to provide comprehensive cancer care but also to develop as a Research and Training Centre of international standards. The control and management of the Centre are vested in the Governing Body, consisting of 23 members, with the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Kerala as the Chairman. The routine activities and functions of the Centre are supervised by the Executive Committee, with the Secretary, Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Kerala being the Chairman of the Committee. The members in the Governing Body and Executive Committee are functioning by virtue of their official positions. MCC is providing a full spectrum of oncological care as an autonomous not-for-profit institution funded by the State Government and other sources.
Patients are categorized according to their economic status and using various financial assistance schemes of the Government and patient support systems of MCC, around 90-97% are treated either free of cost or at subsidized rate using any of the financial assistance scheme. It has been undertaken that no patients will be denied treatment for financial reasons. Patients and bystanders are provided free food in addition to Dormitory for staying within the campus.