Job Openings for Pharmacists (45 posts) at KMC - Government Jobs
KMC will be Efficient and effective - providing service to its customers in a professional, economical, timely, useful and helpful manner. Equitable - assuring service to all its citizens including the vulnerable and deprived groups in a fair, just and reasonable manner. Citizen responsive developing a sense of involvement and participation in all its stakeholders by pro-actively addressing their concerns and providing complete customer satisfaction. Financially sustainable reducing KMC’s dependence on state funds by optimising and efficiently managing its revenues, and Transparent - providing an accountable and transparent civic administration for the benefit of external users as well as internal employees.
NUHM Society will engage Pharmacist under National Urban Health Mission (NUHM), purely on contractual and to be posted at Urban Primary Health Centers (UPHC) of different Boroughs under KMC.
Post : Pharmacist
Applications are invited for engagement of 4S (Forty Five) Pharmacists on contractual basis as mentioned.
No of Posts : 45
Unreserved : 11
Unreserved(PH) : 02
UR(Ex. Service man) : 05
UR-Meritorious Sports person : 02
S.C : 08
S.C(Ex. Servicemen) : 02
S.T : 07
OBC-A : 05
OBC-B : 03
**Number of vacancies may be increased.
1) The candidate should have minimum Two years Diploma in Pharmacy (D-Pharma) (ALLOPATHiC) recognized by the Government of West Bengal pharmacy Council and registered ar, "A" category Pharmacist under West Bengal Pharmacy Council.
Weightage will be given for higher Qualification.
2) The candidates must have proficiency in Bengali and must have efficiency in computers including MS office and Internet.
Age (as on 01.07.2019): Not more than 40 years (Age relaxation will be given for reserved category candidates as per extant Govt. Norms.)
Remuneration: Rs. 16,860/ per month.
The applicants must be permanent resident of West Bengal.
MODE OF SELECTION:
Selection will be done on merit, practical examination. Application will be first shortlisted on the basis of marks obtained in final qualification (highest basic qualification). Shortlisted candidates will be called in 1:10 ratio that is for one declared post 10 candidates will be called for practical test. In Computer Test which will count as practical candidates have to obtain atleast 50% marks to qualify for the post.
Scale of scoring: Total 100 marks
D-Pharma : 65 (based on % marks obtained in the qualifying examination)
B-Pharma : 75 (based on % marks obtained in the qualifying examination)
M-Pharma : 85(based on % marks obtained in the qualifying examination)
Computer Test : 15
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