The Health & Family Welfare Department of the State Government has been vested with the responsibility of maintaining and developing the health care system in West Bengal. Public health, sanitation and hospitals are the exclusive responsibilities of the State. State provides financial and managerial support for the basic health care support and infrastructural facilities at the rural level, while the State level super specialty Medical Colleges & Hospitals predominantly provides the ambulatory care services.
Post Name : Librarian
No. of Vacancy : 63 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 7100-37600/-
Grade Pay : Rs. 3600/-
Educational Qualification : Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in any Discipline with Diploma in Library Science from any recognized university.
Age Limit : Maximum age limit is 39 Years as on 01.01.2017
Job Location : Kolkata (West Bengal)
Selection Process : Candidates will be selected based on Written examination/ interview.
Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs. 160/- through Bank Counter in any branch of Banks participating in the GRIPS ( Govt. Receipt Portal System ), Govt. of West Bengal through duplicate challan, as generated after filling up the online application Form. Govt. Receipt Head of Account is ‘ 0051-00-104- 002-16’. No fee for SC/ST/ OBC Candidates.
How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply Online through the website http://www.wbhrb.in from 01.09.2017 to 11.09.2017.
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West Bengal has a pluralistic healthcare delivery system where the Government provides opportunity to every recognized medical system to develop and practice with a view to provide integrated and holistic healthcare services. It is open to patronizing best practices and proven standards for the benefit of the people. There is a process to run a peaceful co-existence of Allopath with Ayurveda, Sowa-Rigpa, Unani and Homoeopathy in the State. All these medical systems are being utilized in the national healthcare delivery system, each to its potential and availability in different parts of the state.
The system of practising Homoeopathy medicine, Ayurveda, Yoga and Unani are very old in the state of West Bengal. Dr. Henning Berger of Germany, a disciple of Hahnemann who was called to treat Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Punjab in 1839, later started practising in the state of West Bengal. Involvement of Govt. of West Bengal in development of Homoeopathy began as early as 1937 when the Homoeopathy Faculty Bill was accepted by Bengal Legislative Assembly. Later on Government of West Bengal passed an order in 1941 towards formation of General Council of State Faculty of Homoeopathy Medicine, Bengal. The West Bengal Homeopathic System of Medicine Act came into force in 1964 a Council of Homeopathic Medicine was formed. Paschim Banga Ayurveda System of Medicine Act was passed in 1968 and brought Ayurveda under the State Government umbrella.