Madhya Pradesh NHM CHO 2021 Admit Card Released for 2850 Posts, Here You can Download
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Madhya Pradesh National Health Mission, MP NHM Bhopal has released the admit card for Community Health Officers (CHO) Recruitment 2021. The online computer based test for MP NHM CHO Exam 2021 will be held on June 27, 2021 in four shifts at various test centres across the state.

The admit card for Community Health Officers (2850 Vacancies) is available online on the official website of MP NHM at The candidates who have applied for the exam can visit the MP NHM website and download the admit card online. Eligible candidates can download the admit card by logging in through the application number and date of birth.

NHM MP CHO 2021 Admit Card - Direct Link

NHM MP CHO Recruitment 2021: Exam Pattern & Syllabus
# Subject Percentage of Question/ Marks
1 Physiology  5
2 Anatomy  5
3 Demography and common health statistics  5
4 Community Health, Epidemiology and Disease Prevention  10
5 Maternal Health (Pregnancy and Child Birth)  10
6 Child Health and Nutrition  5
7 Immunization  5
8 Adolescent health  5 
9 Family Planning  5
10 Common Communicable diseases  10
11 Non-Communicable Diseases  10
12 National Health Programs  10
13 General Knowledge  10
14 Analytical and Communication Skills  5
   Total Marks  100

Guide to download the admit card for 2850 Community Health Officers Recruitment 2021 is provided below.

NHM MP CHO 2021 Admit Card - How to Download?

Step 1: Visit the official website of MP NHM at
Step 2: Click the MP NHM Admit Card Link'., on the homepage
Step 3: Now enter application number and date of birth and click on the submit button
Step 4: The  Admit card / Hall tickets will appear on the screen.
Step 5: Check the details printed on the admit card carefully and take a print out for further reference.

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The Madhya Pradesh NHM CHO Recruitment 2021 is held to strengthen sub-centres for improved implementation of public health programmes and to enable comprehensive primary health care service delivery, including disease prevention and health promotion.