AIIMS BSc Nursing 2024 Notification. B.Sc. (Hons) for nursing courses is offered only to female candidates. The stipends are also provided to its students by AIIMS.
Admission is offered in the following AIIMS
The candidate has to secure the cut-off in qualifying marks for admission in the entrance test for all BSc courses shall be as follows-
- 50% for UR/EWS,
- 45% for OBC and
- 40% for SC and ST
AIIMS Exam Schedule 2024
|Application last Date||Second Week of March|
|Correction window||The second week of March|
|Admit Card B.Sc Nursing/Bsc Paramedical||May|
|Admit Card for BSc Post Basic||Jun|
|Entrance Examination [ONLY ONLINE MODE]||Last Week of June|
|Expected Date of Declaration of Examination Results (Stage-1)||Last Week of June or the first week of July|
|Interview & Personnel Assessment||July|
|Declaration of Final Result||Second Week of July|
Seats Matrix for BSc.(Hons) Nursing
B.Sc Nursing Post Basic Seat Matrix
|Seat for Outside Students||30||UR-12||EWS-2||EWS PWBD-1||OBC-8||SC-4||ST-2||ST PWBD-1|
|Seats Reserved for AIIMS Departmental Candidates||20||UR-8||EWS-2||OBC-5||OBC PWBD-1||SC-3||ST-1|
Eligibility BSc (Hons) Nursing
You should be an Indian citizen
You have attained or will attain the age of 17 (seventeen) years as of the 31st of December of the year of admission (2024).
Candidate born on or after 2nd January 2008 is NOT eligible to apply.
You have passed the 12th class under the 10+2 scheme/Senior School Certificate Examination or Intermediate Science or an equivalent examination from a recognised University/ Board of any Indian State with English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
Candidate has a minimum aggregate mark required in qualifying examination i.e. 10+2 or equivalent:
B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing: 55% for Gen/OBC (NCL)/EWS (50% in case of SCs/STs categories) in aggregate in English, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.
B.Sc. Nursing (Post-Basic)
B.Sc. Nursing (Post-Basic) a) Examination will be held in Delhi, and in English language only.
The selection of candidates is made on a 2-stage performance evaluation as under:
Stage I: Written Test:
|Exam Duration||90 Minutes|
|Number of questions||70 Objective|
|Question Type||Objective Multiple-Choice Questions|
|Topic of Question||Fundamentals of Nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing includes Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology, Obstetrics Nursing and Midwifery, Paediatric Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing and Professional Trends in Nursing.|
Stage II: Personal Assessment / Interview: On the basis of the merit list based on the marks secured in
Stage-I, More than three times of seat candidates will be invited for Personal Assessment by a Selection Committee. If a requisite number of SC or ST candidates is not available, then candidates belonging to SC and ST taken together will be invited. In case candidates belonging to SCs, STs &OBC (NCL)s are not available for Personal Assessment, then the number of candidates from the General category will be proportionately increased.
Passed 12th class under the 10+2 system of education or an equivalent examination from a recognised Board/ University. (Those who have passed 10+1 on or before 1986 are also eligible.)
(ii) Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery from any institution recognized by the Indian Nursing Council.
(iii) Registration as a nurse, RN, RM (registered nurse, registered midwife) with any State Nursing Council. In the case of male nurses, (if passed before the implementation of the new integrated course in 2003), besides being registered as a nurse with the State Nursing Council, should have obtained a certificate in General Nursing and instead of Training in Midwifery, training in any subject out of following, for a period of six months:
- T. Techniques,
- Ophthalmic Nursing,
- Leprosy Nursing,
- TB Nursing,
- Psychiatric Nursing,
- Neurological and Neuro Surgical Nursing,
- Community Health Nursing,
- Cancer Nursing,
- Orthopaedic Nursing
The scheme of the Entrance Examination for each course is as under:
B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing (Common to all AIIMS)
One paper of 2 hours duration and consisting of four parts containing objective type (Multiple Choice) Questions, with the distribution of marks as under
SCHEME OF MARKING:
There will be negative markings for wrong answers in the entrance examination for all the courses. · Each correct response will get a score of +1 mark. · Each incorrect response will get a score of -1/3. No credit will be given for the question not answered or MARKED FOR REVIEW. (Questions marked for Review shall be considered Unanswered unless Saved). · More than one response will be negatively marked. Zero marks will be given for questions not answered.