About RCC (REGIONAL CANCER CENTRE):
Regional Cancer Centres (RCCs) are cancer care hospitals and research institutes operating in India under the joint control and funding of the Government of India and the respective state governments. The name ‘regional’ because each of these institutions cater to a designated region, usually a number of districts in the country. There are presently 25 such centres spanning all the states and union territories of India. This system works under the National Cancer Control Programme which started in 1975 under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (India). The scheme originally started with 5 RCCs for 5 designated regions of the nation. Later this number was increased in steps. The present number of RCCs is more than 25 and the union government is planning to assign RCC status to more regional cancer hospitals. In 2011, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy looked to have Malabar Cancer Centre upgraded to the level of a regional cancer centre.
Name of the Post:
Staff Nurse Job Post – 24 vacancies
Plus two or its equivalent.
Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery with 2years experience in bed-side Nursing OR BSc Nursing
Valid Registration with Kerala Nurses and Midwives Council
Desirable: Diploma in Oncology Nursing
Rs.9300-34800/- Per month
For General candidates – Rs.750/-
For SC/ST candidates – Rs.500/-
The Deputy Director-EDP,
LBS Centre for Science & Technology,
How to Apply for RCC Job Openings:
Official notification click here ->