420 UTTAR PRADESH GAZETTE, OCTOBER 29,1955 OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DTTAR PRADESH The following statement showing seizures and deaths from plague, cholera and small-pox reported in Gttar PratlMh, during the week ending October 15, 1955, is published for general information : Districts and Cities JaunpUT District UTTAB PRADESH Plague Seizures Deaths 1 Seizures Deaths Seizures DBatha Total A. N. CHOPRA, Director, 0:toFer 20, 1935. UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION APVERTISE^IFTST No. 44 AFPucATI DN& are invited for the undermentioned posts ficm Indian citizens and per&ons migrated from Pakistan with mttntirn of per- manently settling m India or subjects of Nepal, Sikkim or Portuguese or Former French pos&eFFicns in India. Upper age limit relaxable by f ivo years for scheduled castes, tribal, and aboriginal communities and up to -43 years for displaced persona from Pakistan and non- liberated areas* of Jammu and Kashmir. No relaxation for others ^ save in exceptional cases and will in no case bo relaxed beyond three years Particulars and application forms from Secre- tary, Union Public Service Commission, Post Box no. ]86, New Delhi. Requests for forms must specify name of po&t and should be accompanied by self-addressed unstamped envelope for each post dt leagt of size "9* X 4" indicating thereon name of post for which forms are required. Closing date for receipt of applications with treasury receipt or Crossed Indian Postal Orders for Rs. 7/8. (Re. 1/14 for scheduled castes and tribes) 19th November, 19513 (3rd December, 1955 for applicants from abroad). Commission may remit genuinely indigent and bona fide, displaced persons' fee. Separate application with separate fee required for each post. Can- didates abroad may apply on plain paper if forms not available and deposit fee with local Indian Embassy If required, candidates must appear for personal mteivicw. 1. One PivfeuBor of Metal Mining and Mimeyinff, Indian School of Alines and Applied Geology, Dhunbad, Minufry of Natural Behources and Scientific RevearcJt. Post permanent. Pay: Rs.1,000—50—1,400 Higher initial pay to specially qualified and experienced candidate. Arje . Below 45 years. BelaaaVle for Government stn'itnts. Qualifications : Essential—(i) Master's degree jn Mining Engineering of recognised University, (n) Post-graduate research in &ubieeth related to timing Engineering with published papers. Copies to be submitted, (in) About 5 years' experience of .Metalliferous Mining both surface and underground in respon- sible cpacity . Qualifications relaxable at Commission's discre- tion in case of candidates otherwise well-qualified. •2. One Prvfesaor of Anatomy, Qaiidl\i Medical C allege,Bhopul. Post permanent. Other things being equal, preference given to Sch- duled Castes/Scheduled Tribes candidates. Pay :Rs. 1.100—40—1,340. Private piactice not allowed, Higher initial pay to specially qualified and experienced candidate. Age : Below 45 years. Itelarable for Government tenants. Qualification*: Essential; (i) Po&t graduate degree in Anatcmy, M. S. and /or F. R. C. S. (ii) A-bout 5 years' teaching experience m Anatomy, in medical college. Qualifications relaxablti at Commission's discretion in cat>e of candidates otherwise well-qualified. 3. District Medical Officer, Public Health Department, Kutch. Post temporary but likely to become permanent. Pay • Rs 950— 15—400—E.B.—25—300—E.B.—25—650. Higher initial pay to specially qualified and experienced candidate. Age -. BeW 3fl years. Relaxable, for Government sen ants. Qualifications; Essen- tial—(i) Medical qualifications included m crc of schedules to Indian Medico! Council Act, 1933. (li) Diploma in Public Health, (iii) About two years' professional experience including some ex- perience of Public Health work. Qualificationb relaxable at Commis- sion's discretion in-c-ase of candidates otherwise well-qualified. 4. Port Medical Officer, Kandla. Post temporary but likely to bcecire permanent. Pay : Rs.260-^16-r-440—20—500, High&r initial pay to specially qualiffad and experienced candidate. Age; Below 40 years. Jtelcucable for Government servants Qua- Uficatkn* t, Mn&Miul— (i) Medical qualification included in one of schedules ta Indian 'Medical Ccuncil Act, 1833. (ii) About three years' prpfesaional experience. Qualifications relaxable at Com- nafesion'* ^isdrcti&a W case of eaix&dates otherwifip iron-qualified. 6. Four Cfei*nm'n (Newareel), F$m Division, Mimrtn and Biwttcatffag. Post temporary but likely to continue- for about two years Those who apphrd in ret,ponne fa Commission's Advertisement No 54, item 4 need not apply agajn ' Pan : Rs.500—30—620. Higher initial pay to specially qualififj ' and experienced candidate. Age • Below 45 years Qualification < Essential—About 7 years' experience as motion picture cameraman i Qualifications relaxable at Commission's discretion in case of uandi- ' dates otherwise well-qualified. i S. S. DEVGAN, Under Secreary, \ INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KHARAGPURi ADVEBTISEMENT No. 1C/55 APPLICATIONS (in duplicate) are invited for imdernientione'l posts from Indian citizens and persons migrated from Pakistan with intention of permanently settling in India or subject of Nejnl . Sikkun or Portuguese possession in Inrtui Paiticulars and aprli j cation forms from Registrar, Indian Institute- of Technologj. , Kharagpur. Requests for foims must specify name of the nc'.-' ' and should be accompanied by self-addressed unstamped enveW ' at least of size 9" x 4." indicating- thereon name of post for Triiih form? are required. Closing date for receipt of applications to;.. •Lher with treasury receipt or crossed Indian Postal Older fj , Rs.7-8 (Rs.l--14 for scheduled castes and tribes). Mai I ed payat's ' to Secretary, Union Public Service Commission at NEW Delf,i Po : Office, 19th November, 1955 (3rd December. 1955 for appli , cants abroad). Union Public Service Commission HUT remit genuine, indigent and bona ftde displaced person's fee. Con" \ didates abroad may apply on plain paper if forma arc not available and deposit fee with Local embassy. If required, the candidate must appear for personal interview. Qualifications relaxable at Commission's discretion in case of candidates otherwise well-qualified. Posts permanent and pensionable, probation one year. Tic appointment may be terminated under conditions as provide under Central Services Rules. (A) One Aasiistnnt Professor in Foundry Engineering :Agc.^ Prferably above 30 years but below 45 years (50 years for scheduled castes, tribal and aboriginal communities candidate! Relaxable for government servants. For others, age-limits, will be strictly adhered to save in exceptional circumstances and \vi" in no case be relaxed beyond a'limit of 3 years. Pay i Rs.600-, 40—1,000—1,000—1,050—1,050—1,100—1,100—1,] 50. Qualifications : Essential—(i) First Class Degrcu in Mechanical J Engineering or Post-Graduate Degree with specialised knowledg' of theory and practice of Foundary Engineering, of a recognis*! i University, (ii) About 5 years' Industrial experience. Desirable -. (i) Knowledge of Metallurgy and some knowledge of machine shop practice, (ii) Research and Teaching experience. (B) One Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering (Production Tto- noloy]i). Age ; Preferably above 25 years but below 38 year8 (43 years for Schedule Castes, Tribal and Aboriginal community candidates and 45 j-eara for displaced persons from Pakistan BBC non-liberated areas of Jammu and Kashmir). Relaxable fcf government servants. Incase of Indian, employees of the Govf ment of Burma discharged owing to constitutional changes in tlii' country. The conditions regarding upper age-limit may be releM1" up to 45 years. For others, age-hnnits will be fltrieily adhered tt save in exceptional circumstances and will in no case be relaxc" beyond a limit of 3 years. Pay : Rs.350—350--380—380-30- 690—E.B.—30—770—40—850. Qualifications •. -EBSentialr~-(i) Degree in Mechanii-al Enf neering with knowledge "of design and production mpthc da. (u)> AD»! 3 years' experience in Leading Industrial works with epecializfttiw in Machine Shop and Metallurgy. i Desirable. • Experience of Teaching and research. Higher initial pay may be granted lo a specially qualified W experienced candidate. Candidate selected for appointment ^i he required to join duty immediately after selection.