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GPSC Recruitment for 1427 State Tax Inspector (STI), Medical Officer & Other Posts 2021 (GPSC OJAS)

Gujarat Public Service Commission has published an Advertisement for the below-mentioned Posts. Eligible Candidates advised to refer to the official advertisement and apply for this post. You can find other details like age limit, educational qualification, selection process, application fee, and how to apply are given below. Keep checking NJ View regularly to get the latest updates.



Gujarat Public Service Commission Recruitment 2020

Job Details:
Posts:
  • Gujarat Medical Services (Advt. No. 137/202021)
    • Medical Officer: 1000
    • Radiotherapy Tutor: 01
    • Ophthalmology Tutor: 03
    • Radiology Tutor: 20
    • Microbiology Tutor: 02
    • Forensic Tutor: 11
    • Anesthesiology Tutor: 16
    • Bio-Chemistry Tutor: 06
    • Physiology Tutor: 16
  • Dy. Section Officer (Law side) (Advt. No. 138/202021): 19
  • State Tax Inspector (Advt. No. 139/202021): 243
  • Chief Chemist (Advt. No. 140/202021): 01
  • Agriculture Engineer (Advt. No. 141/202021): 04
  • Lecturer 
    • Community Medicine (Advt. No. 142/202021): 01
    • Repertory (Advt. No. 143/202021): 01
    • Practice of Medicine (Advt. No. 144/202021): 01
  • Professor
    • Cardiology (Advt. No. 145/202021): 03
    • Neurology (Neuro Medicine) (Advt. No. 146/202021): 05
    • Pediatric Surgery (Advt. No. 147/202021): 02
  • Associate Professor
    • T.B. & Chest Diseases (Advt. No. 148/202021): 03
    • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Advt. No. 149/202021): 01
    • Nephrology (Advt. No. 150/202021): 03
  • Assistant Professor
    • General Medicine (Advt. No. 151/202021): 22
    • Pediatrics (Advt. No. 152/202021): 07
    • T.B. & Chest Diseases (Advt. No. 153/202021): 09
    • Radiotherapy (Advt. No. 154/202021): 02
    • Otorhinolaryngology (ENT) (Advt. No. 155/202021): 03
    • Cardiology (Advt. No. 156/202021): 03
    • Neurology (Neuro Medicine) (Advt. No. 157/202021): 02
    • Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery (Advt. No. 158/202021): 03
    • Urology (Advt. No. 159/202021): 06
    • Surgical Oncology (Advt. No. 160/202021): 01
    • Medical Oncology (Advt. No. 161/202021): 01
    • Infectious Diseases (Advt. No. 162/202021): 02
    • Industry Officer (Advt. No. 163/202021): 04

Total No. of Posts: 1427

Educational Qualification
  • Please read Official Notification for Educational Qualification details.

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    • Interested Candidates may Apply Online Through the official Website.

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    • Starting Date of Online Application: 16-03-2021 (01:00 pm)
    • Last Date to Apply Online: 31-03-2021 (01:00 pm)


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    KEY TAKEAWAYS
    Insurance is a contract (policy) in which an insurer indemnifies another against losses from specific contingencies or perils. 
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    The core components that make up most insurance policies are the deductible, policy limit, and premium.
    Businesses require special types of insurance policies that insure against specific types of risks faced by a particular business. For example, a fast-food restaurant needs a policy that covers damage or injury that occurs as a result of cooking with a deep fryer. An auto dealer is not subject to this type of risk but does require coverage for damage or injury that could occur during test drives.


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    Insurance Policy Components
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    Premium
    A policy's premium is its price, typically expressed as a monthly cost. The premium is determined by the insurer based on your or your business's risk profile, which may include creditworthiness.

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    Policy Limit
    The policy limit is the maximum amount an insurer will pay under a policy for a covered loss. Maximums may be set per period (e.g., annual or policy term), per loss or injury, or over the life of the policy, also known as the lifetime maximum.

    Typically, higher limits carry higher premiums. For a general life insurance policy, the maximum amount the insurer will pay is referred to as the face value, which is the amount paid to a beneficiary upon the death of the insured.

    Deductible
    The deductible is a specific amount the policy-holder must pay out-of-pocket before the insurer pays a claim. Deductibles serve as deterrents to large volumes of small and insignificant claims.

    Deductibles can apply per-policy or per-claim depending on the insurer and the type of policy. Policies with very high deductibles are typically less expensive because the high out-of-pocket expense generally results in fewer small claims.

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