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IDPL is the largest Central Pharma Public Sector Undertaking in India with plants at Rishikesh, Gurgaon & Hyderabad and two Subsidiary Units at Chennai and Muzaffarpur.
The vision of first Prime Minister of India, Late Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru regarding Indian Drug Industry was that “the drug industry must be in the public sector….. I think an industry of the nature of the drug industry should not be in the private sector anyhow. There are for too much exploitation of the public in this industry”. With the vision of the then Prime Minister of India, IDPL was incorporated in April, 1961 (Company Registration No. 3418 of 1961-1962 with Registrar of Companies, Delhi and having its Registered and Corporate Office at Gurgaon) with main objectives of creating self-sufficiency in respect of essential life saving medicines, to free the country from dependence on imports and to provide medicines to the millions at affordable prices and not to make millions from the medicines. IDPL was basically conceived and established as a part of Healthcare Infrastructure and has played a pioneering infra-structural role in the growth of Indian Drug Industry base.
Post: Executive Commercial (Store), Marketing Executive
To trace the history of Jadavpur University is to trace a part of India’s freedom movement, at least from the Swadeshi Movement onwards. It was 1905 -1906. Bengal stood divided. The times were feverish.
The hegemony of the British establishment had to be challenged. Education had to play a new role in this changed scenario. It had to become a new form of resistance through which the emergent nationalist spirit could be propagated. With this in mind the National Council of Education (NCE) came into being.
The University invites applications from Indian Nationals in the prescribed form for Visiting Faculties to teach the subjects mentioned for each department in the second semester 2014 – 2015 academic session in various departments of Faculty of Engineering and Technology:
Bengal Chemical & Pharmaceutical Works Ltd.(BCPW) is precursor of the present Company, Bengal Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd (BCPL). Acharya P C Ray took a rented house at 91 Upper Circular Road, Calcutta and started business with a meager capital of Rs 700.00. Since inception of the Company he was very much quality conscious and produced various products of British Pharmacopoeia standard. Eminent Doctors with nationalistic feeling like Dr R G Kar, Dr N R Sarkar, Dr S P Sarbadhikari, Dr Amulya Charan Bose, etc. came forward and patronized the products. The reputation of the Company started enhancing rapidly, when Acharya P C Ray felt of pumping more fund in the Company to produce on a large scale. This idea transpired to convert into a Limited Company and on 12th April, 1901 the name of the Company was styled as Bengal Chemical and Pharmaceutical Works Ltd. (BCPW), retaining the same premises at 91 Upper Circular Road, Calcutta.
Post: Manager, Pharmacist, Area Sales Manager
Applications are invited from Citizens of India under Para-4 of this Notice, for the following Group ‘B’ (Non-Gazetted) and Group ‘C’ (Non-Technical) Selection Post. Descriptions of posts are mentioned at Para-2 and other terms and conditions are mentioned at Para-4 to Para-18 of this Notice and at Column-22 of Application Form.
Bose Institute, Kolkata, invites application from the Indian Citizens for one (01) temporary post of Junior Research Fellow in the DAE (Department of Atomic Energy) sponsored research project entitled, “The role of the secreted antigen Rv0009 of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in modulating signaling in macrophages”, under the supervision of Prof. Joyoti Basu, Department of Chemistry. The project is tenable for three years.
Post: Junior Research Fellow
Bengal Chemical & Pharmaceutical Works Ltd.(BCPW) is precursor of the present Company, Bengal Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd (BCPL). Acharya P C Ray took a rented house at 91 Upper Circular Road, Calcutta and started business with a meager capital of Rs 700.00. Since inception of the Company he was very much quality conscious and produced various products of British Pharmacopoeia standard. Eminent Doctors with nationalistic feeling like Dr R G Kar, Dr N R Sarkar, Dr S P Sarbadhikari, Dr Amulya Charan Bose, etc. came forward and patronized the products. The reputation of the Company started enhancing rapidly, when Acharya P C Ray felt of pumping more fund in the Company to produce on a large scale.
Admission to Ph.D.(Tech) Programme (2014) in Ceramic Engineering, Petrochemicals & Petroleum Refinery Engg., Pharmaceutical & Fine Chemical Tech. at University of Calcutta
Total Number of Seats: 09
Ceramic Engg – 02
Petrochem. & Petroleum Refinery Engg – 03
Pharmaceutical & Fine Chemical Tech. – 04
Reservation Policy will be followed as per rules.
Online applications are invited from eligible Indian Nationals for the following different Para-Medical Categories. Applications complete in all respects should be submitted only ONLINE to the concerned Railway Recruitment Board, as mentioned in Para-15 of General Instructions, till 23.59 Hrs of closing date.
Post: Pharmacist - IIII
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), statutory organisation, was constituted in September, 1974 under the Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974. Further, CPCB was entrusted with the powers and functions under the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981.
Walk in interview for Rehabilitation Therapist/Pharmacist/Asst. Librarian/Special Education teacher/Vocational Instructor/Early Interventionist in NIMH
The National Institute for the Mentally Handicapped intends to empanel professionals/personnel as guest faculty as given below purely on session basis payment of honorarium to support its multifarious activities. The required qualification and experience and the honorarium that will be paid to different levels of Guest Faculty so engaged will be as under:
Post: Rehabilitation Therapist/Pharmacist/Asst. Librarian/Special Education teacher/Vocational Instructor/Early Interventionist