Kolkata, July 11 : Authorities of a state-run medicinal school in West Bengal are in a predicament following a surge of uses by a grip of post-graduates, including PhDs, for a post that expects them to deal with dead bodies.
While the resistance CPI-M is calling it an impression of the state’s employment economic situation, the Malda Medical College and Hospital experts are crediting it to a “misconception” over the occupation profile.
Of the 325 applications gotten till last Friday by the school clinic, for the Group-D post of doctor’s facility mortuary collaborator (known as “vault” in everyday Bengali), around 10 for every penny are postgraduates including two or three doctorates.
“Around 30 to 40 are postgraduates. Of them a couple are PhDs. The base qualification is Class 8. So there is no maximum breaking point according to instructive capability. According to age, the criteria is 18 to 40 years. I think there was a misconception about the profile,” Medical Superintendent cum Vice Principal Amit Dan said.
Dan said maybe the numbers mirror the interest for government occupations.
“The occupation offering was for two people as it were. It is wrong to see it as a stark reality of the occupation showcase. We trust they were not enough educated about the profile,” he said.
In any case, the experts are yet to accept an approach whether they will meet these “over-qualified” competitors.
“We have not chosen yet. We should talk with them and give finish data about the profile. Probably, they will deny once their misconception is cleared. We can’t prevent them from applying,” he included.
Comrade Party of India-Marxist veteran pioneer Sujan Chakraborty said the advancement offers a look into the current circumstance in the state.
“PhD, MSc, MA understudies, all connected to fill in as Gr D in the funeral home at Malda restorative college.D current circumstance in West Bengal @MamataOfficial,” Chakraborty tweeted.
Around 13.9 for each penny of individuals (15 years or more) with post graduate degrees, and 9.8 for every penny of individuals with graduate level capability are unemployed in West Bengal according to the Fifth Annual Employment-Unemployment Survey Report for 2015-16.