RBI Jobs 2020 for Bank Medical Consultant, candidates can apply for 1 position after completing MBBS. All Details like Qualification, Age Limit in RBI Selection Process, How to Apply, and Important Dates for advertisement released by Reserve Bank of India, Interested aspirants can apply online application on or before 15-11-2020.
|Organization Name||Reserve Bank of India|
|Post Name||Bank Medical Consultant|
|No. of Vacancies||1|
Post Name:– Bank Medical Consultant
No of Post:- 1
Job Type:- Contract Basis
Salary: Rs. 850/- Per Hour
Qualification: Possess an MBBS degree of any recognized university in the Allopathic system of medicine recognized by the Medical Council of India.
Age Limit: As per RBI Rules
Selection Process: The Bank will be conducting an interview for the shortlisted eligible candidates.
Application fee: There is no application fee
How to Apply: The application from eligible candidates should reach The Regional Director, Reserve Bank of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Bhubaneswar– 751001 on or before November 15, 2020.
Last Date for Submission of Application Form:- 15th November 2020
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Terms & Conditions:
- The contract to be entered into with the Bank will be valid for a period of 3 years from the date of coming into force of the contract. There will not be any renewal for engagement on completion of the period of contract.
- It will be the duty of the BMC to attend to the dispensaries during the duty hours as mentioned above (or for a longer period as may be decided by the Bank) excluding Bank holidays except days declared as holidays for the purposes of half-yearly closing and annual closing subject to the condition that the dispensary will not be kept closed for two successive days. The Bank may use the services of the BMC beyond the duty hours as mentioned above, depending on the necessity.
- It will be the duty of the BMC to give advice free of charge, prescribe medicines, and administer injections free of charge to the members of the staff including touring staff of the Bank, the members of their families including dependent parents, and retired employee members/their spouses who are members of the Medical Assistance Fund Scheme, who present themselves during the prescribed time (the timings and/or duration may be changed as and when considered necessary by the Bank). It will be the duty of the BMC to be available for consultation at his/ her private clinic in urgent cases in respect of employees of the Bank at any time with charges at the rate prescribed in the schedule of the Bank. The schedule of charges applicable to the Officers/Staff of the Bank would be made available by the Bank to the BMC on request.
- It will be the duty of the BMC to provide the facilities referred to in paragraph (3) above to the relatives of the employees who have been permitted to reside with them in the Officers’/Staff Quarters and the BMC will facilitate recovery of charges from the concerned employees for credit to the Bank’s account at the rates prescribed by the Bank from time to time.
- It will be the duty of the BMC to perform duties similar to those of a General Medical Practitioner irrespective of whatever qualifications (post-graduate or other medical qualifications) are possessed/may be acquired in the future by him/her. It will be the duty of the BMC to ensure that the qualifications that are held or acquired in the future by him/her do not restrict him/her in any manner from rendering the services required of a General Medical Practitioner. If as per any stipulation of the Indian Medical Association, the qualifications that are held or acquired by the BMC, as the case may be, come into conflict with the Bank’s requirements as indicated above, to work as a general practitioner, the BMC will be required to ensure that no liability or responsibility on this account devolves on the Bank under any circumstances and the BMC shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Bank at all times against the same. The liabilities of the BMC will be that of an independent contractor and not that of an agent of the Bank.
- The duties of the BMC at the dispensaries of RBI Officers’/Staff Quarters apart from other requirements as mentioned above will also include i. Treatment of minor and major illnesses for which the employees and their dependents may call on him/her. ii. Treatment of emergency cases brought to the dispensaries or in the Bank’s premises or outside the Bank’s premises and reference to appropriate Hospitals, whenever called upon to attend, even when such necessity arises outside normal working hours. iii. Administration of all types of injections with the responsibility for any untoward reaction if it occurs. As a rule, the administration of injections by the Pharmacists in the absence of BMC is to be discouraged. To train the Pharmacists to administer the routine and simple type of injections when the workload on BMC is heavy. iv. The important dressings and minor surgeries are to be handled only by the BMC. However, if the BMC is convinced that the Pharmacists have the requisite competence, routine dressings may be handled by them.
- The BMC is required to visit any member of the Bank’s Staff staying in the Quarters whenever required to do so by the Bank and submit a report on his health. For such visits, a visit fee will be paid as per the schedule of rates fixed by the Bank.
- The BMC is required to issue a certificate in support of leave on medical grounds wherever necessary and countersign the certificates produced by the employees from other qualified medical practitioners, after satisfying about the genuineness of the case.
- The BMC is required to attend the Officers/Staff and members of their family at their residence when required by them and will be entitled to charge them a visit fee or consultation fee, as fixed by the Bank having regard to the local conditions. The visit fee/consultation fee, so fixed, will be inclusive of charges for administration of injections, etc. No other charges should be levied by BMC for such visits.
- If and when required to do so, the BMC is required to certify in such form as may be prescribed by the Bank from time to time as to the state of health and/or fitness for service of any employee or any prospective employee who may be selected for appointment at any Office of the Bank.
- The BMC is required to issue order forms (prescribed) on the approved chemists of the Bank for the supply of special/costly drugs or injections required for curative purposes to the Bank’s staff and forward copies thereof to the Bank for payment of the relative bills.
- The BMC is required to use his good offices for securing hospital facilities in case the employees of the Bank or their families (for indoor hospitalization under Direct Settlement facility) require such facilities in the hospital.
- The BMC is required to inspect the office premises/Staff Quarters and Officers’ Quarters once a month and report whether they are kept in hygienic conditions.
- The BMC is required to do prophylactic inoculations for typhoid, etc. and vaccination for small-pox whenever necessary.
- The BMC is required to submit an annual report as on March 31 each year or any date decided by the Bank in the prescribed form on the general health of the Bank’s staff.
- The BMC will be responsible for the proper storage of medicines and their distribution and will also arrange for the maintenance of all necessary records for the purpose.
- The BMC is required to advise on drug indents and to counter-check the drug stock-balance and consumption.
- The BMC is required to give professional opinion including reasonableness for the cost of treatment pertaining to the various items of medical claims as and when the same are referred to him/her.
- The BMC is required to attend to any other work assigned by the Bank from time to time relating to the administration of the Bank’s Medical Facilities Scheme and Medical Assistance Fund Scheme including dispensary facility as are generally performed/required to be performed by a General Medical Practitioner.
- The remuneration of BMC is fixed at Rs. 850/- per hour. However, the Bank reserves the right to review the remuneration from time-to-time. The fixed remuneration is payable on a monthly basis and out of the total monthly remuneration so payable, a sum of Rs. 1000/- per month will be treated as conveyance expenses. Further, no superannuation benefits viz. pension, provident fund or gratuity will be payable to the BMC, no leave would be admissible to the BMC, no perquisites/facilities also would be made available. Taxes on the income of the BMC would be deducted at sources as per extant rates and Government notifications.
- In the event of the BMC absenting from duty, he/she is required to make substitute arrangements acceptable to the Bank viz. in terms of qualification and experience at his/her own risk and cost.
- The BMC will be under the administrative control of the Regional Director, Reserve Bank of India, Bhubaneswar Office.
- The BMC shall be required to adhere to the code of conduct given in Annex-II.
- The contract will be valid for a period of three years from the date of coming into force of the contract subject to acceptance of the above terms and conditions and adherence to the code of conduct of the Bank as given in Annex-II. There will not be any renewal for engagement on completion of the period of contract.
- The engagement of BMC under the contract is on a temporary basis and no claim shall lie for regular employment on that basis at any stage or for pay and perks payable to regular employees of the Bank.
- The contract will be terminable by either side on the issue of three months’ notice or payment of three months’ remuneration in lieu thereof.
- Any dispute arising out/on account of the contract shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the Courts of Bhubaneswar.