Medical Officer ,Nurse Midwife,Auxiliary Nurse Midwife,Multi purpose Health Worker & Pharmacist, Jobs & Vacancy in Health Care at City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd, Mumbai Jan 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
C I D C O INVITES APPLICATIONS FROM ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING POSTS ON CONTRACT BASIS City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd (CIDCO) invited out application for the positions of the various posts
Total No. of Posts : 61
1. Medical Officer : 06 Posts
Qualification : MBBS
Age : 50 years
2. Nurse Midwife : 05 Posts
Qualification : General Nursing and Midwifery Diploma
Age : 45 years
3. Auxiliary Nurse Midwife : 20 Posts
Qualification : Auxiliary Nurse Midwife Diploma
Age : 40 years
4. Multi purpose Health Worker : 20 Posts
Qualification : Class 12th Passed and Qualified in Multi Purpose Health Worker Course
Age : 45 years
5. Laboratory Technician : 05 Posts
Qualification : Higher Secondary with Science with Diploma in Pathology Lab
Age : 33 years
6. Pharmacist : 05 Posts
Qualification : Higher Secondary with Diploma in Pharmacy
Age : 33 years
Age limit : Maximum 50 years of age is required for Medical Officers, while maximum 45 years of age is for Nurse Midwife and Multipurpose Health Worker, Maximum 40 years of age is for Auxiliary Mid wife and candidates applying for the post of Laboratory Technician or Pharmacist should not be more than 33 years of age.
Salary : Pharmacist, Laboratory Technician, Health Workers and Auxiliary Nurse Midwife will get remuneration of Rs.8000/- per month, while Rs.10000/- per month is fixed for Nurse Midwife and Rs.30000/- is for Medical Officer.
How to apply : Eligible candidates may send their applications in prescribed format along with photocopies of necessary certificates duly attested by Gazetted officer to following address Manager (Personnel), CIDCO Ltd, CIDCO Bhanav, 2nd Floor, CBD/Belapur, Navi Mumbai-400614
1. For all the above posts, initially the period of contract prescribed is 11 months which is extendable. The caste validity certificate is required to be produced by the reserved category candidates..
2. Preference will be given to deserving CIDCO Projected Affected candidates who fulfils the above criteria. In case of VJNT category, if candidate belonging to particular VJ(NT) category for which post is advertised is not available then the said post will be filled in from the other VJNT category as per the interchangeability norms.
3. Age limit is relaxable by five years for the candidate of Backward Class.For all the above posts, initially the period of contract prescribed is 11 months which is extendable.
4. The caste validity certificate is required to be produced by the reserved category candidates.. Preference will be given to deserving CIDCO Projected Affected candidates who fulfils the above criteria.
5. In case of VJNT category, if candidate belonging to particular VJ(NT) category for which post is advertised is not available then the said post will be filled in from the other VJNT category as per the interchangeability norms. Age limit is relaxable by five years for the candidate of Backward Class.
6. The main activities of the Marketing Department are disposal plots for residential, commercial & other uses as well as built up premises for the main uses of housing & commercial.
7. CIDCO is developing Navi Mumbai in a planned manner with balanced land uses in various nodes. Accordingly, the saleable plots are earmarked for various uses (like residential, residential + commercial, warehousing, information technology etc.) by the Planning Department. The Marketing Department disposes these plots for various planned uses.
8. The Corporation generally disposes the plots through open tender. Marketing of housing and commercial premises:
9. The Corporation develops residential complexes to meet the housing needs as well as commercial complexes to promote employment base in Navi Mumbai. As on today, CIDCO has developed over one lakh housing units mainly for the LIG and MIG categories and the housing developed by CIDCO always commands a very high response in the market.
10. CIDCO disposes of the built-up premises on ‘first-come-first-serve’ basis at fixed rate after ascertaining market response through advertisements. The Marketing Department also deals with the marketing promotional activities viz. marketing communications, advertisements and exhibitions.
Tentative Last Date:25-01-2012
About the organization:
The City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd., was a necessity and Navi Mumbai- the land of comforts and luxuries – is its invention. In the decade of 1951-61 population of Mumbai rose by 40 per cent and in the corresponding decade it shot up by 43.80 percent. The rapid growth rate of population made possible by the increasing industrial and commercial importance of the city, resulted in a fast deterioration in the quality of life for the majority of people living in the city. Development inputs could not keep pace with the rapidly growing population, industry, trade and commerce. Besides, there were physical limitations to the growth of the city built on long and narrow peninsula, which had very few connections with the mainland.On realising the emerging problem, in 1958 the then Government of Bombay appointed a study group under the Chairmanship of S.G. Barve, Secretary of the Public Works Department, to consider the problems of traffic congestion, deficiency of open spaces and play fields, shortage of housing and over-concentration of industry in the metropolitan and suburban areas of the city, and to recommend specific measures to deal with these. The Barve Group submitted its report in February, 1959. One of its major recommendations was that a rail-cum-road bridge be built across the Thane Creek to connect peninsular Bombay with the mainland. The Group felt that the bridge would accelerate development across the Creek, relieve pressure on the city’s railways and roadways, and draw away industrial and residential concentrations eastward to the mainland. The Group hoped that the eastward development would be orderly and would take place in a planned manner. The Government of Maharashtra accepted the Barve Group recommendation. To examine metropolitan problems in a regional context the government appointed another committee chaired by Prof. D.R. Gadgil, then Director of the Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune in March, 1965. The committee was asked to formulate broad principles of regional planning for the metropolitan regions of Bombay. Panvel and Pune and make recommendations for the establishment of Metropolitan Authorities for preparation and execution of such plans. The board recommended that the new metro-centre or Navi Mumbai as it is now called, be developed to accommodate a population of 21 lacs. The recommendation was accepted by the government of Maharashtra. Accordingly, the City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Limited was incorporated on 17th March 1970 under the Indian Companies Act, 1956. By February 1970 the government notified for acquisition of privately owned land covering 86 villages and admeasuring 15,954 ha. within the present limits of Navi Mumbai. Land belonging to further 9 villages, admeasuring 2,870 ha. was additionally designated in August, 1973 for inclusion in the project area. In March, 1971 CIDCO was designated the New Town Development Authority for the project. In October, 1971 CIDCO undertook to prepare and publish a Development Plan as required by the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act (1966). The corporation started functioning as a company fully owned by the State Government with initial subscribed capital of Rs. 3.95 crores from the government. It was entrusted with developing necessary social and physical infrastructure and was also entitled to recover all cost of development from sale of land and constructed properties. The growth of Navi Mumbai was aimed at decongesting Mumbai in respect of both population and commercial activities by shifting industries, market and office activities making the new city sustainable physically, economically and environmentally. The new city projected to accommodate 2 million people and 7,50,000 jobs in next three decades.The impact of Navi Mumbai on the growth of Mumbai was reflected in 1980s. The 1991 Census recorded a 10 percent decrease in population growth rate for Greater Mumbai, compared to the previous decade. For the island city (a part of Greater Mumbai) growth in the decade of 1980s was negative for the first time. The reason for this phenomenon can partly be attributed to the growth of extended suburbs, and partly to Navi Mumbai which provided an alternative path to growth. CIDCO was given a mandate to undertake all development works and recoup cost of development from the sale proceeds of land and constructed property. Based on the mandate CIDCO set following broad objectives for itself. To prevent population influx into Mumbai diverting it to the new town by providing them another urban alternative which will allure the citizens wishing to relocate to a city with peace and comfort. To absorb immigrants from other states and promote efficient and rational distribution of industries by preparing a ground for them who otherwise could have opted, for Mumbai. To provide basic civic amenities to all to elevate standards of living of all social and economic strata. To offer healthy environment and energizing atmosphere in order to utilize human resources at their fullest potentials.
City and Industrial Development Corporation of Maharashtra Ltd (CIDCO)
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