West Bengal Staff Nurse Syllabus- Pattern, Question Papers

Download Staff Nurse Syllabus/ Pattern/ Question Papers from below –

The candidates who have applied for 6368 Posts of Staff Nurses to be filled by West Bengal Health Recruitment Board ( WBSNR) can check their Exam Pattern and Syllabus along with the Questions Papers from this page.

The Recruitment Process has begun and the candidates can apply for these posts by visiting the official website of the Board.

Now after filling the applications, the next step of the candidates must be to clear the Selection Procedure. As per the WBSNR 2016 Staff Nurse Notification, the Merit List shall be prepared through the Written Test followed by other criteria.

So Written exam is must to clear. So the candidates must gird up their loins to start preparation for this Staff Nurse Written Exam.

The candidates can download their WBHRB Staff Nurse Admit Card from here.

WB Staff Nurse Exam Pattern –

There shall be one Objective Type exam carrying MCQs. The standard of the questions of 10th and 12th classes. Check the contents that shall be the part of this exam.

General Aptitude and Reasoning

Learn General English

General Hindi

General Knowledge and Current Affairs ( This portion will contain some of the questions related with West Bengal GK which you can read from this link.)

Staff Nurse Exam Detailed Syllabus and Question Papers-

The Detailed syllabus for this exam shall be available at the official website after sometime. WE shall update the post with the syllabus very soon. You can use the following links for having access to the contents of West Bengal SN Exam Syllabus

Question Paper for Reasoning

For General English Paper click here.

Computer Knowledge Paper

About WB Staff Nurse Recruitment 2016-

Total no of posts are 6368 out which 4139 Posts are for GNM, 2101 Posts for Basic B.Sc Nursing and 128 posts Basic B.Sc. The candidates can apply for these posts by the latest Feb 17,2016 ( By 5:00 hrs)

The candidates having the degree or diploma in B.Sc Nursing ( Basic ) or equivalent course are eligible for applying.

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