Organisation : Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC)
Exam Name : Female Health Worker Recruitment 2021
Announcement : Mains Admit Card
Exam Date : 8th May 2022
Website : http://upsssc.gov.in/Default.aspx
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UPSSSC Female Health Worker Admit Card
Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has uploaded the admit card for Female Health Worker Recruitment Mains examination which is schelduled to be held on May 8th 2022.
Related / Similar Admit Card : UPSSSC Lower/ Senior Class Assistant, Supply Inspector Recruitment Admit Card 2022
How To Download UPSSSC Admit Card?
Just follow the simple steps mentioned below to download the admit card for UPSSSC Female Health Worker Main Exam.
Step-1 : Go to the link http://upsssc.gov.in/AllNotifications.aspx
Step-2 : Enter the Candidate Registration Number
Step-3 : Select the Date of Birth (DD/MM/YYYY)
Step-4 : Select the Gender
Step-5 : Enter the Verification Code
Step-6 : Click on the link “Download Admit Card’
** If your Application Status is not Rejected and Examination has been Scheduled, then only you can download Admit Card / Hall Ticket.
** Enter the personal details (exactly same as entered in UPSSSC Application Form) and click on the ” Download Admit Card ” button.
Syllabus of UPSSSC Female Health Worker
** Anatomy & Physiology
** Fundamentals of Nursing
** First Aid
** Medical-Surgical Nursing
** Psychiatric Nursing
** Community Health Nursing
** Midwifery and Gynecological Nursing
** Pediatric Nursing
** Pediatric Nursing
** Professional Trends and Adjustment
Exam Pattern of UPSSSC Female Health Worker
The expected exam pattern of Female Health Worker is mentioned below. In UPSSSC Female Health Worker, 100 multiple choice questions will be asked, each question carries 1 mark and 120 minutes will be given to complete the exam paper.
|Concerned Subject||75||75||120 Minutes(2 hours)|
|General Awareness and
Initially, the State Government of Uttar Pradesh established a Subordinate Services Selection Board through an Ordinance in 1988 which was later on replaced by an act No.7 of 1988, for direct recruitment to all such group ‘C’ posts as may be specified by the State Government by notification in this behalf. The Board was also allowed to consider the request of any authority, Government Company or Corporation, owned or controlled by the Government for such recruitment to posts thereunder. The Board had a corporate entity separate from the Government.