Online applications are invited for Lecturer under Health & Family Welfare Department | 03 posts
Online applications are invited from Indian Citizen and such other nationals as declared eligible by the Government of India for recruitment to the Post of Lecturer in the WB Homoeopathic Education Service under Health & Family Welfare Department, Government of West Bengal.
Post : Lecturer
No of posts : 03 (UR:1, SC:1, OBC-A : 1)
Scale of Pay: PB‐4A, Rs.15,600/‐ Rs.42,000/‐, Grade Pay – Rs. 5400/‐, Other allowances are admissible as per existing Government Rules.
Discipline : Homoeopathic Pharmacy
Qualification: Essential: Post Graduate qualification in Homoeopathy, preferably in the concerned Subject. The qualification shall be the one included in the Second Schedule of Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973. Preference shall be given to those candidates who hold experience of working as RMO and /or House Physicians in a Homoeopathic Hospital attached to a Homoeopathic Medical College permitted by the Central Council/Central Government: Provided that the preference may be given to the persons who have rendered at least two years service in rural areas.
Age : Not more than 40 years as on the Last Date of receipt of Application for the Post. Age is relaxable by 5 years maximum for exceptionally qualified persons with prior approval of the University concerned: Provided that the Upper Age may be relaxable for the candidates belonging to the categories of Schedule Castes, Schedule Tribes and other Backward Classes as per Government order for the time being in force.
Fee : Candidates must submit the application fee amounting to Rs. 210 (Rupees TWO hundred & TEN) only through Banks participating in the GRPS ( Govt. Receipt Portal System ), Govt. of West Bengal under the Head of Account ‘0051‐00‐104‐002‐16’.
Money order, Cheque, Bank Draft, Cash etc. shall not be acceptable.
No application shall be considered unless accompanied with the requisite application fee excepting Candidates belonging to SC/ST category of West Bengal and persons with disabilities specified under Disabilities Rule, 1999 (certificates obtained before the Advertisement date), who do not require to pay any fee. Such exemption of fee is, however, not applicable to any OBC (category A or B) candidate.
No claim for refund of the fee shall be entertained nor shall it be held in reserved for any other examination.
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