Kolkata Municipal Corporation Jobs for Laboratory Technician Post in Calcutta
Kolkata Municipal Corporation
Kolkata Municipal Corporation invites applications for the post of 42 Laboratory Technician. Apply Before 31 March 2018. Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below Job Details : Laboratory Technician Pay Scale : Rs.9380/- (per month) KMC Recruitment : Laboratory Technician 12th pass from a recognized university Board Institute and Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology. Important Dates to Remember : Starting Date for Submission of Application Form 26 March 2018 Last Date for Submission of Application Form31 March 2018 How to Apply KMC Vacancy : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with all testimonials send to Room No.254, 2nd floor, PMU Kolkata City NUHM Society, 5 S.n Banerjee Road, Kolkata-700013 from 26.03.2018 to 31.03.2018 Job Location : Kolkata (West Bengal) Selection Process : Selection will be based on Merit, Computer Test on Interview.
12th pass from a recognized university Board Institute and Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology.
Looking for 10th graduates profile.
2018-03-22 to 2019-03-22
About Kolkata municipal corporation
In late 17th Century, an Englishman called Job Charnock stopped at three sleepy hamlets of Gobindapur, Sutanuti and Kalikata.Job Charnock did not relish returning to Hooghly where their "factory" had been ransacked by the Nawabs armies. He looked favourably at these villages where local trade already flourished. And history began.
At first a smattering of mud huts,the settlement soon began to see the building of pucca houses. When the British leased the villages from the Sabarna Raychoudhuris for Rs 1300 a year, the settlement built an unostentatious fort for protection. After the turmoil of court intrigues and the usurpation of power, Calcutta began to grow and thrive. But the records of the time describes it as a "pestilential city."No lighting.Unmetalled roads. Untreated water. Open drains. High Mortality rate. Yet the city attracted many.
In the early years,there was no civic or municipal authority in Calcutta.A Mayors Court with judicial functions was established in 1726 by a Royal Charter. It undertook some civic work in order to attract dwellers to the city. On 12th August 1765 the East India Company was granted the Diwani of Bengal. This bestowed judicial and revenue-collecting functions upon it, and also implied a moral obligation to provide civic services. The demand for municipal services grew after 1773, when Calcutta was elevated as the capital of British India.Consequently, a sketchy conservancy system and a tiny police force were established.The citys governance was put in the hands of the Collector.In 1794, municipal administration was shifted from the Collector to the Justices of the Peace for the Town.It comprised of the Governor General, the members of his Council and the Judges of the Supreme Court. The Justices met the expenditure for conservancy and policing from a tax on houses and licence fees for the sale of liquor. The amount of house taxes realised in 1819 was a little over Rs 2.5 lakh.