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Recruitment of Drugs Inspector in Class-II (Group-B) of State Service under the Health & Family Welfare Department | OPSC | http://opsc.nic.in

ORISSA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
ADVERTISEMENT NO. 02 OF 2011–12
Recruitment of Drugs Inspector in Class-II (Group-B) of State Service
under the Health & Family Welfare Department
WEBSITE – http://opsc.nic.in
THE LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION IS 20TH OCTOBER, 2011 BY 5.00 P.M.
WARNING: Applications received incomplete in any respect are
liable to be summarily rejected. No correspondence on that
score will be entertained. The Short application form should be
folded only at appropriate places as indicated in the form itself.
Applications in the prescribed form (both Short & Long) are
invited from the prospective candidates for recruitment to 08 (eight) posts of
Drugs Inspector (Examination Code-10 & Post Code-132) in Class-II (Group-B)
of State Service under the Health & Family Welfare Department in the scale of
pay of Rs.9,300-34,800/- carrying the grade pay of Rs.4,600/- with usual
Dearness Allowance and other allowances as may be sanctioned by the
Government of Orissa from time to time. The posts are permanent.
2. VACANCY POSITION :
Category No. of Posts
(i) Unreserved -- 02 (1-w)
(ii) Scheduled Tribe -- 01
(iii) Scheduled Caste -- 01
(iv) S.E.B.C. -- 04 (2-w)
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Total - 08 (3-w)
(a) In the event of non-availability of eligible and suitable Women
candidate(s), the vacancies or the remaining vacancies will be filled up by suitable
Male candidates of the same category.
(b) Exchange of reservation between S.T. & S.C. will not be
considered.
(c) The number of vacancies to be filled up on the basis of this
recruitment is subject to change by Government without notice depending
upon the exigencies of public services at the discretion of the Government.
3. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION :
A candidate must have hold a degree in Pharmacy of
Pharmaceutical Sciences or Medicine with specialisation in Clinical
Pharmacology or Microbiology from a University established in India by law.
No person who has any financial interest in the
import/manufacture of sale of drugs and cosmetics shall be appointed as an
Inspector, under the Drugs & Cosmetics Rules, 1945.

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4 AGE : A candidate must be under 32 years and above 21 years of age on
the 1st August 2011 i.e he/she must not have been born earlier than 2nd
August,1979 and not later than 1st August,1990.
The upper age-limit is relaxable by 5 (five) years for candidates
belonging to the categories of Scheduled Castes(S.C.), Scheduled Tribes(S.T.),
Socially & Educationally Backward Classes(S.E.B.C.), Women and eligible Ex-
Servicemen.
In the case of candidates already in Orissa Government Service,
the upper age limit is relaxable to the extent of the period of their service rendered
under the Government subject to a maximum period of 5 years. Such
Government Servants having requisite qualification and experience may apply for
the post alongwith the certificate showing the period of service under the
Government of Orissa obtained from the appointing authority.
Provided that a person who comes under more than one category
mentioned above, shall be eligible for only one benefit of upper age relaxation,
which shall be considered most beneficial to him/her.
SAVE AS PROVIDED ABOVE THE AGE LIMITS PRESCRIBED
CAN IN NO CASE BE RELAXED.
Date of birth entered in the High School Certificate or equivalent
Certificate issued by the concerned Board/Council will be accepted by the
Commission.
5. HOW TO APPLY :
(a) (i) Application Form : Candidates are required to apply to the Secretary to
the Commission for the prescribed Application Form (both Short &
Long) which along with other particulars can be obtainable either in
person from the Office of the Orissa Public Service Commission, 19,
Dr. P.K. Parija Road, Cuttack-753001 from 11.00 A.M. to 1.30 P.M. and
2.00 P.M. to 4.00 P.M. on any working day on cash payment of Rs.30/-
(Rupees thirty) only or by Registered Post on remittance of Rs.70/-
(Rupees seventy) only by Money Order. Full name and address of the
candidate, Advertisement Number and name of the post/service
advertised must be specified in the money order coupon in BOLD
CAPITAL LETTERS.
(ii) If money order from any candidate for supply of prescribed
application form, is received in the Office of the O.P.S.C. after the
last date for receipt of applications, no application form will be
supplied to such candidates.
(iii) Candidates must follow instruction meticulously for filling up
the Short Application Form as enumerated in Brochure enclosed.
(iv) Applications without fee, photograph and declaration not signed by the
candidates (also at all the places provided for signature of candidate
both in short application form and long application form) will be
summarily rejected. Similarly, applications received late and from
overaged /underaged candidates will also be summarily rejected.
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(v) Candidates are required to keep the Short Application Form in the
envelope supplied by the office after filling in the same.
The candidates must take due care in handling and folding
the Short Application Form. The candidates are not required to affix
postage stamp on this envelope.
The Long application form along with the other documents and
the envelope containing the Short application form should be kept in
another envelope of bigger size 30cm X 21cm. The closed envelope
containing the application must superscribed “Application for
recruitment to the post of Drugs Inspector and Advertisement No.”.
(b) Submission of applications: Candidates are required to send their
applications in prescribed form by Registered Post/Speed Post/Courier
Service to the Secretary, O.P.S.C., 19, Dr. P.K. Parija Road, Cuttack-
753001. Applications received after the closing date shall not be
entertained. The Commission will not take any responsibility if the
application is not received in time. The candidates may also submit
their applications in closed covers in the office of Orissa Public
Service Commission directly/personally on or before the last
date of receipt of applications at the Counter. The closed envelope
containing the application must be superscribed “Application for
recruitment to the post of Drugs Inspector”. The candidates
submitting their applications directly/personally at the Counter of
Orissa Public Service Commission will be given proper
acknowledgement receipt.
6. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF APPLICATIONS :
On receipt of application form of a candidate, the Acknowledgement Card
submitted by him/her along with the application form, will be despatched by the
Commission’s Office to him/her. The mere fact that a candidate’s application has
been acknowledged by the Commission, does not mean that his/her candidature
for the recruitment has been accepted by the Commission.
7. FACILITATION COUNTER :
Candidates may contact the O.P.S.C. Facilitation Counter over Telephone
No.95671-2304141/2305611 & Extn.-112 & 109 for any guidance/information
regarding application or candidature etc.

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