Job DetailsPost Name: : Block ASHA Facilitator
No. of Post: 28 Posts
Salary(in Rs.):Salary will be offered: Rs. 7500/- (Per Month
Eligibility: post- Graduation passed
Location:: West Bengal
Last Date: 19-Nov-2015
Age Limit: 40 Year As on 01.01.2015. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria : Master Degree in Social Science/ Sociology/Social Work or Graduate Degree in Any discipline.
Application Fee : No Fee Requirment
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written examination and interview.
How To Apply: Interested candidates may apply in Prescribed Application Form along with attested photocopies of all Required certificate send To SDO Office, Howrah on or before 19.11.2015.
About Office Of The District Health & Family Welfare SamitiMajority of Tribal Cultures are Folk Cultures. Folk Dance, Folk songs and Folk Lores form an integral part of these cultures. And then there were festivals. Many festivals are common to both the Bengalees and the Rajbangshis who constitute the bulk of Jalpaiguri’s population. Apart from the major festivals like the ‘Durga Puja’ and the ‘Kali Puja’, there is the ‘Teesta Burir Puja’ epitomising the Life Line of this region the Teesta River; an occassion observed by the Bengalees and the Rajbangshis alike. ‘ Manosha Puja’ or the worship of the Serpent Goddess is another important festival of this region. Many Village Fairs and Stage Dramas commemorate this event. Then there are rituals for ‘Good Crops’ and ‘Good Rain'; the later is known as “Hutt Ghurni”.
Jalpaiguri’s very own Folk form is the ‘Chor Chunni’. ‘Dham Gaan’ is another popular folk song of Jalpaiguri. It evolves round the rise and fall mythological characters. ‘Bhawaiya’ the folk song of the Rajbangshis, depict the love of both God and Man. ‘Bisha-Hara Pala’ is another very popular stage drama of Jalpaiguri. It reveals the story of Devi Manosha – the Serpent Goddess and Behula – a pious wife who had lost her husband – Lakhindar due to snake bite on her marraige night. It depicts the confrontation of Man and God. Karom, Bishua, Jitia, Bandna and Gaburdeb are some of the festivals of other Tribes. Rava songs and Dance are gaining popularity these days.