Job DetailsPost Name: Account Officer
No. of Post: 03 Posts
Salary(in Rs.): Salary will be offered : Rs.24940/-per month
Post Name: Emporium Manager
No. of Post: 02 posts
Salary(in Rs.): Salary will be offered Rs.13718/-per month
Eligibility: Graduation passed
Location: All Over India
Last Date: 30-oct-2015
Age Limit: 18 to 40 years as on 01.01.2015.. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria : Graduation degree in Commerce from any UGC – recognized University. Basic Computer Knowledge meaning a computer course covering at least MS Office and Internet Operation, with a duration of minimum six months.
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written examination and interview.
Application Fee: UR /OBC / OBC-A /OBC-B candidates have to pay Rs.160/- and Rs.20/- SC/ST candidates as Processing Fees only through payment gateway by using Debit Card / Credit Card/ Net Banking Facility or Tathya Mitra Kendras.
How To ApplyInterested Candidates May apply online through the Website www.webcsc.org from 30.09.2015 to 30.10.2015.
AboutWest Bengal Co-Operative Service CommissionThrough an amendment enacted in 1990 [West Bengal Act XXXI of 1990] and notified under No. 1532-L dated 15/10/1990, sub-section (1A) of Section 38 was inserted into the Act in order to enable the State Government to appoint an officer of the Co-operation Directorate, not below the rank of Additional Registrar of Co-operative Societies to be the Secretary of the Commission. With this amendment, as read with Rule 66 of the WBCS Rules, 1987, the Commission was authorized to select persons for appointment to non-Group D posts, bearing “basic salary” of Rs.250.00 and above, in co-operative societies mentioned in the Fifth Schedule, i.e., Apex Societies (including the State Co-operative Bank and the State Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Bank), Central Societies (including Central Co-operative Banks), Primary Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks and Primary Co-operative Banks. It was made mandatory for every such society to consult the Commission on all disciplinary matters affecting their employees appointed on the recommendation of the Commission and on such other matters “as may be specified by the State Government by notification”. The Selection Committee of the Commission was to be headed by the Chairman of the Commissionand its other members a representative of the State / District Level Society, as the case may be, a representative of the society seeking selection of employeesand in case of a State Level society seeking selection of its employees -an employee of the Co-operation Directorate, conversant with the business of the said society, to be nominated by the Registrar. It was prescribed in Rule 66 that the Commission would have 1 Secretary, 1 Deputy Secretary, 1 Assistant Secretary, 1 Head Assistant, 3 Stenographers, 3 Typists, 2 Upper Division Assistants, 2 Lower Division Assistants, 2 Peons and 4 Orderly Peons and that the salary and allowances of the officers and employees of the Commission would be such as those of the Public Service Commission were entitled to. The State Government was given the power to increase or decrease the staff strength in consultation with the Chairman of the Commission. The Chairman of the Commission was given the liberty to resign through a letter addressed to the Secretary of the Co-operation Department, but the procedure for his removal from the office would be the same as in the case of the Chairman, Public Service Commission,West Bengal.