NCDC Recruitment 2021 - Apply Online for Sr Public Health Consultant, Technical Specialist, Procurement Specialist, Consultant Finance and Program Assistant Posts

National Centre for Disease Control - NCDC

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Salary ( ) : 60,000 /- to 175,000 /-


Posted On : 05 Mar 2021     Valid through : 08 Mar 2021

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Sr Public Health Consultant, Technical Specialist, Procurement Specialist, Consultant Finance and Program Assistant

Job Description: 

National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has published the latest job recruitment for the posts of Sr Public Health Consultant, Technical Specialist, Procurement Specialist, Consultant Finance and Program Assistant with 07 vacancies. The candidates who are interested to apply for the post can check the notification mentioned below.

Vacancy Details:

  • Senior Public Health Consultant: 01
  • Technical Specialist in Disease: 01
  • Technical Specialist in laboratory: 01
  • Procurement Specialist: 01
  • Consultant Finance: 01
  • Program Assistant: 02

Educational Qualification:

Senior Public Health ConsultantDegree in Health medical / Public Health / PG in Medicine / Public Health 
Technical Specialist in DiseaseDegree in Medicine / Public Health 
Technical Specialist in laboratoryPG / MBBS
Procurement SpecialistDegree / MBA / PG / Diploma
Consultant FinanceDegree / CA / MBA 
Program AssistantDegree

Age Limit

  • The candidate should not exceed 60 years of age.

Selection Process: 

  • Interview.

Pay Scale: Rs.60,000/- to Rs.1,75,000/- per month.

Application Process For NCDC Recruitment 2021

Eligible candidates can appear for the walk-in-interview along with the following documents,

  • Original documents for verification.
  • Photocopies of relevant documents.


National Centre for Disease Control,
Near Civil Line Metro Station,
22-Sham Nath Marg, Delhi - 110054

Important Dates

Walk-in-Interview Date08th March 2021

Important Links

Official Notification and Application form Click Here

About the Company

National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), initially established as the National Institute of Communicable Diseases (NICD) at Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh in 1909. The Institute is administered by the Director-General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. Its primary goal was to control Malaria through the National Malaria Eradication Programme (NMEP). Due to the rapid success achieved in reducing Malaria, the Indian government decided to restructure and enlarge the activities of the institute in order to enhance its activities to take care of other deadly communicable diseases.

The institute was established with the most important task being to function as a nationwide centre of excellence for “control of communicable diseases”. In addition to that, other important functions included training and research in various areas using a multidisciplinary consolidated approach and also to provide expertise to the Indian States and Union Territories on swift assessment of health and lab-based diagnostic services. Along with the above-mentioned important functions, monitoring of communicable diseases and outbreak scrutinization are one of the integral functions of NCDC.

The Institute is headquartered in New Delhi and has 8 different branches located in Alwar (Rajasthan), Bengaluru (Karnataka), Coonoor (Tamil Nadu), Jagdalpur (Chattisgarh), Kozhikode (Kerala), Patna (Bihar), Rajahmundry (Andhra Pradesh), and Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh).

There are various technical divisions instituted in the headquarters such as Division of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Division of Zoonosis, Division of Malariology and Coordination, Centre for HIV/AIDS and related diseases, Centre for Epidemiology and Parasitic Diseases Division of Microbiology, and Centre for Medical Entomology and Vector Management.

In each of the above-mentioned divisions, there are various sections and labs which deal with different kinds of communicable diseases. The labs are well equipped and capable of performing tests using the latest technology. The divisions are also well-staffed, equipped, and capable of carrying out training activities, field studies, and research.

Application Process

Interested and eligible candidates must download the application form from the official website. All the mandatory personal details, education qualification along the percentage and employment history should be correctly filled.

All the required original certificates to be carried out to the given office address to register for the further step of the recruitment process.

Note: Based on the past trend and recent notifications released, all the application process and recruitment process is completely offline based.

Selection Process

Walk-in-interview has been the only mode of selection process being carried out by the institution. There were a few occasions where the online written examination was conducted for some of the lower-level positions where bulk-hiring was required. 

The final selected candidate's list will be announced on the official website of NCDC.

Other Jobs Information

The most recent notification released for the roles of Senior Public Health Consultant, Technical Specialist (Disease Surveillance), Technical Specialist (Laboratory Strengthening), Procurement Specialist, Finance Consultant, Program Assistant.

Bioinformatician, Assistant Director (Molecular Biology), Lab Technician (Microbiology), Lab Attendant (Microbiology), Consultant (Epidemiologist), Consultant (Microbiologist), Data Processing Assistant, Statistician, Communication Officer, Consultant (IT), Accounts Officer, Junior Laboratory Technician (Grade II), Assistant Research Officer.