Exam NameWB Health Exam
Mode of ConductionInterview round
The candidate should have the following educational qualifications to be eligible for the vacancies
|General Duty Medical Officer|
|Medical Officer (HCP)|
|Staff Nurse||Completed GNM course from a recognized by Indian Nursing Council (INC)|
|Accountant||Retired Govt. Employee|
|Senior Tuberculosis Laboratory Supervisor||
The prescribed eligibility criteria are mentioned in the tabular form below:
|Post Name||Age Limit|
|Medical Officer (NUHM)||22-65 years|
|General Duty Medical Officer (NRHM)||22-65 years|
|Medical Officer (HCP)||22-65 years|
|Staff Nurse (NUHM)||Up to 64 years|
|Staff Nurse (HCP)||Up to 40 years|
|Accountant||Up to 60-65 years|
|GDA||Up to 60-65 years|
|Senior Tuberculosis Laboratory Supervisor||22-40 years|
The candidates belonging to SC, ST Category get age relaxation by 5 years.
Candidates can check the overall eligibility criteria like nationality and process of application in front of the table below
|Age Limit Range||22-65 years|
There is only one round which is the interview round. The candidates will be judged on the basis of their personality and relevant knowledge about their specific field. Additionally, candidates must be prepared for the current affairs ongoing in the country and the world.
Since there is only an interview round, therefore there is no specified syllabus for the WB Health recruitment. Candidates must have subject-specific knowledge of their respective fields. The questions can be based on them as well as the challenges and roles of their previous employment. Current affairs especially related to the medical field must be brushed up before appearing in the interview.