3 Jun 2021

NBEMS Recruitment 2021. Apply online for 42 post of Sr. Assistant, Jr. Assistant & Jr. Accountant

NBE (NATIONAL BOARD OF EXAMINATIONS IN MEDICAL SCIENCES) Recruitment 2021 for the post of Senior Assistant, Junior Assistant & Junior Accountant

On-line Applications are invited from the Indian citizens and the candidates of other categories recognized by the Government of India for filling up the following post: –

Name of Post 

Senior Assistant, Junior Assistant & Junior Accountant



NBEMS (An autonomous organisation under Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India) 

No. of Posts 

Sr. Assistant-08, Jr. Assistant-30 & Jr. Accountant-04 

Opening date for Submission of On-Line Application 

15-07-2021 (09:00 hrs)  

Last date for Submission of On-Line Application 


Date of CBT Exam 


Crucial date for determining Eligibility 





For Senior Assistant-

Age: Below 27 Years.

Educational Qualifications


1. Degree from recognised University/Board.
2. To qualify Examination as may be prescribed by NBE

For Junior Assistant

Age: Below 27 Years.

Educational Qualifications


1. Passed Senior Secondary Examination from a recognised Board/University recognised by Central/State Govt./UT Administration/Education Authority.
2. Proficiency in use of Computers and Basic Software packages such as Windows/Network Operating System/LAN Architecture.
3. To qualify Examination as may be prescribed by NBE.

For Junior Accountant-

Age: Below 27 Years.

Educational Qualifications


1. Bachelor Degree with Maths or Statics or a Degree in Commerce from a recognise University.
2.To qualify Examination as may be prescribed by NBE.


1. Three Years’ experience in dealing with Accounts in some Govt. institutions with knowledge of computer based accounting.

Category-wise bifurcation of Posts: –

1. SENIOR ASSISTANT- UR-03, SC-01, ST-Nil, OBC-04, Total= 08
2. JUNIOR ASSISTANT- UR-05, SC-06, ST-03, OBC-16, Total= 30
3. JUNIOR ACCOUNTANT- UR-02, SC-01, ST-Nil, OBC-01, Total= 04


The upper age limit shall be relaxable as per extant Government of India orders.


There will be two stages of examination: – 


The Stage-I Examination shall be Computer Based Test (CBT) comprising of 200 Questions with maximum marks as 200. The duration of the objective type test shall be of 180 Minutes (Three hour). There will be Negative marking of 0.25 for each wrong answer in CBT. The minimum qualifying marks will be 40% for SC/ST and 50% for others.

Stage I – Computer Based Test (CBT): –

Post     Level of Paper
Junior Assistant- 10 +2 level paper
Senior Assistant- Graduate level common paper
Junior Accountant- Graduate level common paper


The Stage-II Examination (Computer Knowledge/Skill Test) shall be of 100 marks and the time duration shall be 75 minutes. Candidates shall be provided a text in English of approximately 500 words which they shall be required to reproduce on the computer in the same format within 15 minutes for adjudging performance of the candidate on computer.
Five candidates against every vacancy, in each category in order of merit prepared on the basis of CBT (Stage-I) shall be called to participate in Computer Knowledge/Skill Test i.e. 


The Computer Knowledge/Skill Test will include Data Entry, Word Processing and Computer Operation etc. The minimum marks to be obtained in Stage-II for being eligible for final selection shall be 40% for SC/ST candidates and 50% for other candidates.
Schedule of Computer Knowledge/Skill Test shall be uploaded on the website www.natboard.edu.in in due course of the process.

Stage I – Computer Knowledge/Skill Test: –

Post      Level of Paper
Junior Assistant- Approved level skill test
Senior Assistant- - do -
Junior Accountant- - do -

No interview shall be held for selection.

Syllabus for written examination (Stage-I) shall be as follows: –

Section name  

Marks per item 

No. of items 

General Intelligence & Reasoning 


General Awareness  


Quantitative aptitude 


English Comprehension: 







Duration of Test: 

180 Minutes  


The level of the paper will be consistent with the educational qualification prescribed for examination. The question paper will be in both English and Hindi languages. It is mandatory for the candidates to appear in both the stages of Examinations. The NBEMS Selection Committee has discretion to fix minimum qualifying marks in any or all parts of papers for CBT (Stage-I) and Computer Knowledge/Skill Test (Stage-II). Decision of the NBEMS Selection Committee shall be final in this regard. A link for sample questions paper is provided below to enable the candidates to familiarise themselves with the exam. Mock Link :- https://g21.digialm.com:443//OnlineAssessment/index.html?1815@@M17

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