State Health Society, Bihar (SHSB) will release the admit cards for the Staff Nurse recruitment examination, tomorrow, on June 30, 2021. The body will hold the exam on July 5, 2021. The state health society will conduct an online Computer Based Test to fill a total 4102 posts of Staff Nurse under National Health Mission in the state of Bihar. Once the admit cards release, the applicants who have applied for SHSB Staff Nurse in NHM recruitment examination shall download their E-Admit Cards online from the official website, statehealthsocietybihar.org.
According to the latest notification, the SHSB Staff Nurse examination will take place less than a week from now. The admit cards are to be released in 24 hours. The official intimation regarding the date of admit card was published by the concerned agency today. The applicants in this case are advised to keep visiting the website of the State Health Society.
The society has proposed to hold a Computer Based Test (CBT) consisting of a total of 100 marks for shortlisting the candidates for Staff Nurse Interviews. All successful candidates who have submitted their applications in the correct format to be called for the CBT. In view of the ongoing situation, SHSB is expected to increase the number of examination centres.
Recently, SHSB releasing an official intimation decided to extend the last date of registration from June 12 to 18, 2021. The decision was taken due to the unfavorable conditions and unavoidable circumstances. The society had invited online applications on 4,102 Staff Nurse posts from December 31, 2020, to January 20, 2021.
To download the admit cards, candidates will have to visit the official website of Bihar SHSB at – shsb19.azurewebsites.net. Logging with the registration id, password/dob applicants will be eligible to download their admit cards. As a reference to the candidates, Aglasem will also notify regarding the release of SHSB Staff Nurse admit cards.
Editor’s note: This news story was edited to update the schedule that was published minutes after the initial news story was published. Other details remain the same.