West Singhbhum District Recruitment 2020 for 156 ANM Vacancy. www.chaibasa.nic.in Recruitment 2020. Latest Sarkari Naukri Notification in West Singhbhum District Jharkhand.
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West Singhbhum District Recruitment 2019 for 156 ANM Vacancies
West Singhbhum District Recruitment 2019 – Apply for 156 ANM Candidates who are waiting for ANM Vacancies. Excited news for them that Jharkhand Government published new Job notification for 156 ANM Posts in West Singhbhum District, Jharkhand on Contract Basis. Applications are invited by West Singhbhum District on or before 20 Jun 2019 for 156 vacancies.
|Department Name||West Singhbhum District Jharkhand|
|Name of the Post||ANM|
|Job Location||West Singhbhum District, Chaibasa, Singhbhum, Jharkhand|
|Last Date||20 June 2019|
||10,395 Per month|
West Singhbhum District Govt of Jharkhand Recruitment
|Category||No. of Post|
Qualification for West Singhbhum District Recruitment
Candidate has required 10+2 pass or equivalent examination & should have completed ANM course from an institution recognized by Govt. and approved by INC.
Age Limit for chaibasa.nic.in ANM Recruitment 2019
|Category||Age Limit as on 01 Dec 2018.|
|General||between 21 years to 35 years|
|OBC||between 21 years to 37 years|
|Female Unreserved||21 years to 38 years|
|SC/ ST||21 years to 40 years|
Candidate selection will depend on the basis of Written Exam and Interview.
How to Apply for ANM Recruitment 2019 in West Singhbhum District
Eligible candidates who are eligible for these jobs. they can send their application in the prescribed format (attached below) by email to
or by post to the following address:
Office of the Civil Surgeon Co-Chief Medical Officer, Singhbhum
on or before 20 Jun 2019, along with Attested copies of all relevant documents
About West Singhbhum district
West Singhbhum district came into existence when the old Singhbhum District bifurcated in 1990. With 9 Community Development Blocks Eastern part became the East Singhbhum with Jamshedpur as its district Hqr. and with the remaining 23 C.D.Blocks West Singhbhum with Chaibasa as its district Hqr. In 2001 West Singhbhum again divided into two parts. With 8 Blocks Saraikela-Kharsawan district came into existence. At present West, Singhbhum remains with 15 blocks and two administrative Sub-divisions.
The district is full of hills alternating with valleys, steep mountains, and deep forests on the mountain slopes. The district contains one of the best Sal forests and the SARANDA ( seven hundred hills) forest area is known the world over. Scenically it is beautiful with water holes and also contains wildlife like Elephants, Bison, rarely found tigers & Panthers, bear, wild dogs, wild pigs. Sambhar, deer and spotted deer are also found but their numbers are decreasing in the forests adjoining habitation.
There are two accounts relating to the origin of the name of the district. According to one the name Singhbhum, or the lands of “SINGHS” has been derived from the patronymic of the Singh Rajas of Porahat. The second account suggests that a name is a corrupt form of the SinghBonga the Principal deity of the tribal population of the district.