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WB ANM GNM 2023 Eligibility Criteria

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WB ANM GNM 2023 Eligibility Criteria: ANM (R) and GNM courses in West Bengal offer aspiring individuals a pathway to pursue a career in nursing and healthcare. However, before embarking on this journey, it is crucial to understand the eligibility criteria set by the authorities.

This article serves as a comprehensive guide, shedding light on the specific requirements for admission.

To be eligible for WB ANM (R) and GNM-2023, applicants must be Indian citizens and domicile of West Bengal. They should have either passed or be appearing in the class 12 examination under the (10+2) system in 2023.

Furthermore, the minimum age requirement is 17 years as of December 31, 2023.

The eligibility criteria for admission differ slightly between ANM (R) and GNM courses. ANM (R) is exclusively open to female candidates, while GNM welcomes both male and female applicants. There are also specific age limits and residency requirements for each course.

WB ANM GNM 2023 Eligibility Criteria

It is important for interested candidates to meet the eligibility criteria mentioned below in order to be considered for admission to the ANM (R) and GNM courses in West Bengal for the year 2023. Candidates are advised to carefully review the eligibility requirements and ensure that they fulfill all the necessary criteria before applying for admission.

1.) Citizenship and Domicile

  • The applicant must be a citizen of India.
  • The applicant must be a domicile of West Bengal.

2.) Educational Qualification

  • The applicant must have passed or must be appearing in the class 12 examination in the (10+2) system in 2023.
  • The applicant should have passed the examination from a recognized board.

3.) Age Limit

  • The applicant’s age must be at least 17 (seventeen) years as on 31.12.2023.
  • The applicant should have been born on or before 31.12.2006.

WB Eligibility criteria for ANM(R)

Eligibility CriteriaDetails
GenderOnly Female candidates are eligible.
Maximum AgeThe maximum age limit is 35 years as on 31.12.2023.
ResidenceThe candidate must be a permanent resident of West Bengal for at least the last ten years till 31.12.2022.
LanguageThe candidate must be able to read, write, and express in Bengali and/or Nepali.
Minimum Educational Qualificationa) The candidate must have passed the ’10+2′ examination from any recognized board with at least 40% marks in aggregate.
b) The candidate must have passed in English in the (10+2) examination.
c) Candidates passing (10+2) in the Vocational Stream must be from the Health Care Science discipline.
Medical Fitness CertificateAll candidates must be medically fit for the course and should produce a Medical Fitness Certificate in the prescribed format at the time of admission.

WB Eligibility criteria for GNM

Eligibility CriteriaDetails
GenderBoth Male and Female candidates are eligible.
Maximum AgeThe maximum age limit is 35 years as on 31.12.2023.
ResidenceThe candidate must be a permanent resident of West Bengal for at least the last ten years till 31.12.2022.
LanguageThe candidate must be able to read, write, and express in Bengali and/or Nepali.
Minimum Educational Qualificationa) The candidate must have passed the ’10+2′ examination from any recognized board with at least 40% marks in aggregate.
b) The candidate must have passed in English in the (10+2) examination.
c) Candidates passing (10+2) in the Vocational Stream must be from the Health Care Science discipline.
Medical Fitness CertificateAll candidates must be medically fit for the course and should produce a Medical Fitness Certificate in the prescribed format at the time of admission.

FAQs

No, only female candidates are eligible for the ANM (R) course. Male candidates can apply for the GNM course.

The maximum age limit for both ANM and GNM courses is 35 years as on December 31, 2023

Yes, it is a mandatory requirement. Candidates must be permanent residents of West Bengal for at least the last ten years until December 31, 2022.

Yes, language proficiency in Bengali and/or Nepali is necessary. Candidates should be able to read, write, and express themselves in either or both of these languages.

Candidates must have passed the ’10+2′ examination from any recognized board with a minimum aggregate of 40% marks. Additionally, they must have passed English in the ’10+2′ examination. If the candidate has pursued ’10+2′ in the Vocational Stream, it should be from the Health Care Science discipline.

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