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Events

Training Workshop on Patterns of Care and Survival studies on cancers in Childhood lymphoid and Hematopoietic malignancies and other Gynecologic malignancies except cervix on 30th November 2018 at NCDIR, Bengaluru
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Tender notification


Sealed quotation for printing and supply of 4-Page Core 'Proforma of Hospital Based Cancer Registries' for NCDIR, Bengaluru.



Career opportunity


Applications are invited for the two posts of Scientist-C (Medical / Non-Medical) to be filled up on purely temporary or contractual basis under the projects at National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research, Bengaluru.



Online Applications are invited upto 17-12-2018 for the post of Technical Assistant at NCDIR, Bengaluru.



Filing up of one post of Accounts Officer (Junior Grade) in the pre-revised Pay Band (PB-2) of ₹.9300-34800+ Grade Pay of 4,600/- corresponding to the ‘Level’ 7 of the present Pay Matrix of ₹.44,900-1,42,400 on Deputation basis at NCDIR, Bengaluru.



Main Objective


The main broad and overall objective of the centre is to sustain and develop a national research data-base on cancer, diabetes, CVD and stroke through recent advances in electronic information technology with a national collaborative network, so as to undertake aetiological, epidemiological, clinical and control research in these areas.

Broad Mission Statement

From the Desk of Director

Image of NCDIR Director The National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research (NCDIR), Bengaluru is one of its kind of unique institution which utilizes information science for health research as its integral component. This has been amply demonstrated by the evolution of the ICMR National Cancer Registry Program (NCRP) since 1982,which has now blossomed into a vibrant network ofmulti-disciplinary researchers representing more than 700 sources of cancer registration across the country. Read More...

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