BPSC Non-Cadre Senior Staff Nurse Job Circular

Senior Staff Nurse Job Circular 2020 has been Published. Non-cadre Job Circular has been published by Bangladesh Public Service Commission BPSC. The total number of posts for senior staff nurse is 2550. All these 10th-grade posts will be assigned on a temporary basis. The appointment will be completed under the Directorate of Nursing and Midwifery under the Healthcare Department of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

The candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in nursing from a recognized university or diploma in a recognized institution or diploma in nursing science and midwifery certificate and registered by the Bangladesh Nursing Council. On March 1, 2020, the candidate must be between the ages of 18 to 30 years.

Application Process:
Interested candidates should apply through the non-cadre option of the http://bpsc.teletalk.com.bd website. By visiting the above-mentioned website, clicking on the senior staff nurse option, application form, application rules, and other information will be available. Applicants can apply online from March 1, 2020, 12 pm. The application can be made till March 29, 2020, up to 6 pm. After applying online, you will have to pay the application fee in the proper way. The last date for payment of application fee is 1st April 2020.

Senior Staff Nurse Admit Card Download

The candidate will be able to download the BPSC Non-Cadre admit card containing his/her picture and registration number using his/her user ID and password. The admit card can be downloaded from the Bangladesh Public Service Commission recruitment website http://bpsc.teletalk.com.bd.

Senior Staff Nurse Examination 2020:
If the number of applicants is more than 1000, the MCQ type selection test will be taken before the written test. Only candidates who pass the MCQ will take the written test.

Selection Test (MCQ type):

  • Candidates have to take the Multiple choice test for 100 Marks.
  • There will be 100 questions in the exam. The candidate will get 1 mark for each correct answer. 0.50 marks can be deducted for each wrong answer. The exam duration will be 1 hour.
  • A total of 100 marks questions will be asked including Bangla-20, English-20, General Knowledge (Bangladesh and International Affairs) -20, related-technical / professional subjects-40.
  • Candidates who have passed the MCQ type selection test will be able to take the written exam.

Written Test:
If the number of applicants is 1000 or less then a written test for 200 marks of 4 hours will be taken after registration.

Written Examination: Written Test will be taken for 4 hours for 200 marks. The Test will be taken for Bengali-40, English-40, General Knowledge-40, and relevant technical/professional subject-80 marks.
Candidates who have passed the Written / Practical Examination will have to take part in the Oral Examination for 50 marks.

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