GMCH Chandigarh is known as Government Medical College & Hospital Chandigarh. Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Chandigarh aims to fill 25 vacancies for Faculty and Non-Faculty posts. It offers post of Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, DMS, Antenatal Medical Officer, Senior Blood Bank Officer, Psychiatrist Specialist, Psychiatric Social Worker and Clinical Psychologist.
The eligibility criteria and age limit will vary according to the post.
- 1 GMCH Chandigarh Exam Pattern
- 1.1 GMCH Chandigarh Exam Selection Procedure
- 1.2 GMCH Chandigarh Exam Previous Years’ papers
- 1.2.1 GMCH Staff Nurse Previous Papers – Para Medical
- 1.2.2 Chandigarh GMCH Old Papers – English
- 1.2.3 Government Medical College & Hospital Solved Papers – Aptitude
- 1.2.4 GMCH Chandigarh Model Papers – Computer Knowledge
- 1.2.5 Chandigarh GMCH Last 5 Years Question Papers
- 1.2.6 Direct Link to download Govt Medical College EMO Sample Papers
- 1.3 How to Prepare for GMCH Chandigarh Exam
GMCH Chandigarh Exam Pattern
The exam will be of objective type.
Paramedical Part I Exam
|Aptitude / Personality Assistant / Computer knowledge||12|
Paramedical Part II Exam
|Related Higher Education Qualification||04|
|Work Experience in related field||04|
|Computer Knowledge (minimum 6 months diploma)||02|
|Name of Post||Senior Resident, Demonstrator, Medical Officer Posts|
|Selection Process||Written Exam
GMCH Chandigarh Exam Selection Procedure
Candidates will be selected for the Senior Resident & various Posts based on the Written Test and Interview conducted by the Government Medical College & Hospital Board.
The cut-off marks vary according to the posts (cut-off will be different for General and ST/OBC candidates as per the state govt. norms).
GMCH Chandigarh Exam Previous Years’ papers
Chandigarh GMCH Last 5 Years Question Papers
Direct Link to download Govt Medical College EMO Sample Papers
How to Prepare for GMCH Chandigarh Exam
The candidates are advised to prepare according to the previous years’ papers. Candidates should divide the syllabus into months i.e. complete the syllabus according to the time left for the examination. It is best if the candidate prepares a time table for the topics to be completed and sticks to it. It is important to take quizzes like GK quiz, current affairs quiz and monthly digest. It provides solutions for the type of questions which will be asked in the exam. The candidates must first go through the syllabus, refer the previous years’ question papers and get a clear understanding of the type of questions which are asked. After having the idea of the paper pattern and important topics, the candidates can start preparing accordingly.
The aspirants must also give the mock test available on the websites as it helps them to know where they lack. The mock test should be given after being well versed with the syllabus and important topics. The candidate must be aware of any movement, change or reform taking place in the world as questions might be asked on it.
The candidate must make use of practice papers available online and learn to solve the paper in time. As, practice makes perfect, practicing questions will help the candidate increase his/her writing speed. You need to be quick as you have a time limit.