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Tuesday, 22 December 2020

ONGC Vadodara Walk-In-Interview for Doctors on Contract Basis 2020

 Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) Vadodara Walk-In-Interview for Doctors on Contract Basis 2020

Total Posts: 08

Posts Name:
Contract Medical Officer – Field Duty (FMO)
Contract Medical Officer – General Duty (GDMO)
Contract Medical Officer – Homeopathy

Educational Qualification & Other Details: Please Read Official Advertisement.

Selection Process: interview.

How to Apply: Interested and Eligible candidates are requested to remain present along with all original certificates to given address in the advertisement. (More Details: Please Read Official Advertisement)

Interview Date:
Contract Medical Officer – Field Duty (FMO): 23-12-2020
Contract Medical Officer – General Duty (GDMO): 23-12-2020
Contract Medical Officer – Homeopathy: 24-12-2020

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. Its registered office fee is in New Delhi. The administrative control of the Ministry of Petroleum is heard only through this office

Its international subsidiary ONGC is currently running projects in 17 foreign countries.

ONGC The company was established by the Government of India on 14 August 1956. It is involved in the exploration and exploitation of hydrocarbons in India's 26 sediment bottoms, and has and operates over 11,000 kilometers of pipelines across the country.

 Its international subsidiary ONGC is currently running projects in 17 countries abroad. ONGC has discovered 6 of the 7 commercially producing Indian Basins, in the last 50 years, adding over 7.15 billion tonnes of In-place Oil & Gas volume of hydrocarbons in Indian basins

ONGC has a number of mature sectors with an existing recovery factor of 25–33%. Between 2005 and 2013, its reserve replacement ratio has been more than one.


Prior to India's independence in 1947, the Assam Oil Company was the sole producer of oil in the northeast and the Atak Oil Company in the northwestern part of undivided India. companies with low research inputs. Much of the Indian silt basin was deemed unsuitable for the development of oil and gas resources.

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