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GMC FHW, MPHW, Pharmacist and Lab Technician Question Paper & Provisional Answer Key Download (08/08/2021)

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GMC FHW, MPHW, Pharmacist and Lab Technician Question Paper & Provisional Answer Key Download (08/08/2021)

Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation is the local civic body responsible for the administration of Gandhinagar, the capital of the Indian state of Gujarat. It was set up in 2010. Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation has 326 sq km area

Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation - GMC published and important notification for Exam date for FHW, MPHW, Pharmacist and Lab Technician Recruitment. As per this official notification, this exam is scheduled on 08/08/2021 by GMC. You can view this official notification by below mentioned link. You can also view an official detailed advertisement and other related information for above said recruitment.

GMC FHW, MPHW, Pharmacist and Lab Technician Question Paper & Provisional Answer Key (08/08/2021) Download

GMC Female Health Worker Question Paper (08-08-2021): Download Here

GMC Female Health Worker Provisional Answer Key (08-08-2021): Download Here

GMC Lab. Technician Question Paper (08-08-2021): Download Here

GMC Lab. Technician Provisional Answer Key (08-08-2021): Download Here

GMC MPHW Question Paper (Series - C) (08/08/2021): Download Here

GMC MPHW Provisional Answer Key (08/08/2021): Download Here

GMC Pharmacist Provisional Answer Key (08/08/2021): Download Here

Posts details

  • Name of posts: 
    • Female Health Worker (FHW) (GMC/201920/1)
    • Multi Purpose Health Worker (MPHW) (GMC/201920/2)
    • Pharmacist (GMC/201920/3)
    • Laboratory Technician (GMC/201920/4)
  • Exam Date: 08/08/2021

Important Links

GMC FHW, MPHW, Pharmacist & LT Exam Date Notification 2021

GMC FHW, MPHW, Pharmacist & LT Exam Syllabus

The Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation was set up on 16 March 2010 after a ruling by the Gujarat High Court in 2009. Prior to that, Gandhinagar was the only state capital in India which did not have an elected body administrating it.

The establishment of a Municipal Corporation to administrate and govern the city introduced municipal taxes to the residents of the city as well as made the city eligible to receive funding from the Government of India under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JnNURM). The then Ministry of Urban Development at the centre, led by Saugata Roy, however refused to allot funds to the GMC under the JnNURM plan as it had already reached the number of cities it could accommodate

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