Current Recruitment Notification From District Health Society, Munger 2016-17 | 05 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
District Health Society Munger Recruitment 2016 – BCM Executive Posts: District Health Society, Munger has inform 05 vacant seats for Block Community Mobilizers (BCM) Executive on contract basis. If you have a dream of join District Health Society Munger. You can apply in prescribed format within 15 days of publishing the advertisement. Other details are mentioned below…
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidate:
District Health Society Munger Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 05
Name of the Posts:
Block Community Mobilizers (BCM) Executive
Candidates Age Limit:
18 to 37 years for UR, 40 years for BE/ EBC (F)& 42 years for SC (F) as on 25/09/2016.
Graduation in Social work/ Social Science with 2 years of work experience.
Process of Selection:
Applied candidates selection will be based on interview/ Written test.
Fees Of Application Form:
Pay Rs.200/- for UR, Rs 100/- for BC/ EBC & R.s 50/- SC/ ST in the favour of “Civil Surgeon cum Member Secretary, District Health Society, Munger” Payable at Munger.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates may send their Resume/ CV in prescribed format along with all the attested copy of testimonials & Certificates with NOC through registered/ speed post by mentioning the Post applied for “……………..” on the envelope and send to The venue within 15 days of publishing the advertisement.
Civil Surgeon cum Member Secretary, District Health Society, Munger
Date of Advertisement: 19/11/2016.
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: Within 15 days of publishing the advt.
Job Location: Bihar
The territory included within the district of Munger (famously Monghyr) formed pent of the Madhya-desa as “Midland” of the first Aryan settlers. It has been identified with Mod-Giri a place mentioned in the Mahabharata, which was the capital of a kingdom in Eastern India near Vanga and Tamralipta. In the Digvijaya Parva of Mahabharata, we find the mention of Moda-Giri, Which seems similar to Moda-Giri. Digvijaya Parva suggests that it was a monarchical state during early times. A passage in the Sabha-Parva describes Bhima’s conquest in Eastern India and says that after defeating Karna, king of Anga, he fought battle at Modagiri and killed its chief. It was also known as Maudal after Maudgalya, a disciple of Buddha, who converted a rich merchant of this place into Buddhism. Buchanan says that it was the hermitage of Mudgala Muni and this tradition of Mudgal Risi still persists. Munger is called “Modagiri” in the Monghyr copperplate of Devapala.