Bangladesh Army 4oth short-course Nursing job circular (Armed Forces Nursing Service, AFNS) is now open with online period from September 23 to October 29, 2022.
AFNS Job Application Link :
Interested Bangladeshi nursing professionals need to apply through the following link for AFNS jobs :
Application Fee :
The fee for application for AFNS Job is Tk.500 which applicants need to pay by any of the following means—Trust Bank t-cash, Visa/Mastercard, bKash, Rocket.
Applicants need to deposit the fee as per rules mentioned in the circular. Upon fee deposit, applicants will instantly receive written test ‘Call-Up Letter’.
Armed Forces Nursing Service Job Requirements :
Interested nursing professionals need to meet the following conditions, among others, to be eligible for application :
- BSc in Nursing degree from any government approved Nursing College with completion of Internship and GPA 3.5 both in SSC and HSC Exams.
- Age not over 26 years as on January 1, 2023.
- Height 1.57 meter (5 feet 2 inches) and weight 49 kgs.
- All status holder women-Married, Unmarried, Widower, Divorcee.
- Bangladeshi citizen by birth.
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Army AFNS Recruitment Process :
Army Nursing short-course recruitment process involves Written test, Primary Health & Viva Exam and Final Medical Test.
As per the circular, the written test is scheduled to take place on November 18, 2022 at Shaheed Bir Bikram Ramij Uddin Cantonment College, Dhaka. Written test results are expected to be out in the last week of December this year.
Then Initial Health and Viva exam is scheduled to be held in between January 15 to 19, 2023. The venue for the test is DGMS Office, Dhaka Cantonment.
Finally, those who turning out to be successful in Primary Health and Viva exam will require for Final medical test which will take place at CMH, Dhaka Cantonment. The schedule for which will be announced later in relevant website.
Army 40th Short Course Circular :
For additional information, aspirants need to see the AFNS 40th Short Course circular provided in the below image :