Kolkata: In a bid to conduct health check-ups of students in various schools at the district and sub-division level on a regular basis, the Bengal government is engaging as many as 459 medical officers in the state.
The state Health department will appoint those medical officers on a contractual basis under Rashtriya Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK). It was learnt that around 333 medical officers would be recruited from Homeopathy, 80 from Ayurveda and around 46 from Unani.
- The candidate should have BHMS/BAMS/BUMS degree from any institution recognised by the respective councils of the stream.
- The candidates must have completed an internship at the time of application submission. They must either be registered in Part-A of the State Register of Homoeopathic Medical Practitioners maintained by the Council of Homoeopathic Medicine, West Bengal or in Part I of the Central Register maintained by Central Council of Homoeopathy.
- The candidates should be permanent residents of West Bengal and able to read, write and speak in Bengali.
- The candidates having MD in Homeopathy/Ayurvedic/ Unani from any institution recognised by the respective councils related to the streams, will be given additional marks.