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ECHS invites applications to engage following Staff on contractual basis in ECHS Polyclinics in Telangana & Andhra pradesh for a Period of one year, renewable for additional period:
Applications are invited from male/female Indian citizens to fill up the following posts of group “B” and “C” non ministerial, non gazetted, combatised paramedical staff in CRPF on all India basis. The posts are temporary but likely to become permanent:
Post: Assistant Sub-Inspector (Pharmacist)
Career for Pharmacists (5 posts) in BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED - Undertaking of Government of India
BHEL, India's premier engineering and manufacturing enterprise provides World class products and services and caters to core sectors of the Indian Economy viz, Power Generation and Transmission, Industry, Transportation, Renewable Energy, Defence, etc. The Maharatna PSU has a wide network of 17 Manufacturing Divisions, 04 Power Sector Regional Centres, 08 Service Centres, 15 Regional Offices, 04 Overseas Offices, 01 subsidiary and large number of project sites spread all over India and abroad. The company has its footprints in more than 70 countries all over the world and has achieved net profit of Rs 3,461 Crores and turnover of Rs 40,338 Crores in 2013-14.
Prior to 1921, there was no Central Authority constituted in the State to advise Government and other Appointing Authorities in the matters of recruitment to the state civil services. Government and Appointing Authorities were making appointments in accordance with the principles laid down by Government from time to time. Through order No. 1827:80 E.A.G.308, dated:16-05-1921, the Government constituted for the first time a central agency for recruitments, named “Central Recruitment Board”. This Board was attached to the office of the Government Secretariat till 1940. Government appointed a Public Service Commissioner for the State in its Order No. 3685-3735-C.B. 103-39-1, dated: 19-01-1940.
The Public Service Commission was constituted under the provisions of the Constitution of India on 18-05-1951. In accordance with the provisions of clause 14 of the Public Service Commission Regulations 1950, the staff of the Public Service Commissioner as it stood on 18-05-1951, was continued as the nucleus of the staff of the Public Service Commission.
Requires suitable candidates for its Medical College, Hospital and peripheral Medical Centers in and around Pondicherry for the following positions.
Candidates who are qualified with D.Pharm / B.Pharm with at least one year experience. Preference will be given to candidates who are registered with the Pondicherry Pharmacy Council.
Post: Ayush Pharmacist(APh)
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Sponsored Two Days National Level Seminar on "Role of Pharma Clinic in Health care Profession of Indian Rural Area" at P.S.G.V.P. Mandal's College of Pharmacy
P.S.G.V.P. Mandal's College of Pharmacy has the privileges of identifying as an exclusive pharmacy college in whole of Satpuda hill ranges and remote region. The college offers D. Pharm., B. Pharm. and M. Pharm. (Quality Assurance and Pharmaceutics) Course.
Recruitment of Naib-Subedar(Compounder) in TSR Battalions at Office of the Director General of Police
Applications are invited from the MALE candidates for filling up the post of Naib-Subedar (Compounder) in TSR Battalions against inside state quota in the Pay Band-2 Rs.5310-24000/- plus Grade Pay Rs.2400/- plus other allowances as admissible to employees of Tripura State Government from time to time. The candidates will be required to appear at the below mentioned venue.
Post: Naib-Subedar (Compounder)
Gujarat state is one of the highly industrially developed states in the country. Being an industrialized state, migration of laborers from various parts of India is very high. Mobility and migration of people make them more vulnerable, as a result of separation from spouse and release of social sanctions, leading to high-risk sexual practices and consequently they may contract HIV, which in turn is carried to their spouses and to their children. On the one hand, with an increase in urbanization most of the societies are in transition and the young population is under less social restraint. On the other hand, lower literacy level of rural women, especially in the state and local customs & traditions make women more vulnerable to the infection. Large numbers of women suffer from reproductive tract infections (RTIs), which are mainly due to poor sexual hygiene especially during menstruation and sexually transmitted infections from their spouses.