AIIMS B.Sc. Admissions 2014 Selection Process
Admission will be made entirely on the basis of performance of candidates at the Entrance Examination to be conducted in Delhi.
B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing (Common to AIIMS New Delhi & Six AIIMS like Institutions) & B.Sc. (Hons.) Para-Medical Courses
- The seats will be filled strictly on merit on the basis of the marks secured by the candidates at the Entrance Examination conducted by the Institute.
- The Entrance Examination will be conducted in English language only.
Entrance Examination for B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing including Six AIIMS like Institutions will be conducted in the following cities:
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The Entrance Examination for B.Sc. (Hons.) Para-medical Courses will be conducted in Delhi only.
AIIMS B.Sc. Admissions 2014 scheme of Entrance Examination:
B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing (Common to AIIMS New Delhi & Six AIIMS like Institutions)
One paper of 2 hours duration and consisting of four parts containing objective type (Multiple Choice) Questions, with distribution of marks as under :
B.Sc. (Hons.) Para-Medical courses
- One paper of 1½ hours duration and consisting of objective type (Multiple Choice) questions in four parts of 30 questions each in the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. The candidate may either attempt biology part or Mathematics part.
- Based on the result of the Entrance Examination, separate merit lists will be prepared for the General, OBC, Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories.
Note:The allocation of disciplines will be on merit basis & by counseling. In each category the number of candidates called for counseling will be 8 times the number of seats. The order of counseling will be General/ST/SC/OBC. The counseling will be done strictly by combined merit list starting from Rank No.1. The candidates in order of merit will exercise their choice of subject according to availability of seats. In case of absentee, the Next candidate in merit will be considered. When a reserved category candidate (who is in combined merit list) is called according to combined merit list, he/she will simultaneously be given an option to exercise his/her choice of subject both in unreserved category and his/her concerned reserved category. If such a candidate opts for the subject which is available at that time of his/her counseling, both in unreserved category and reserved category, he/she will be given seats only from unreserved category as he/she is in merit and will be treated as unreserved candidate and will consume an unreserved seat. He/she will be given the reserved seats only when his/her choice of the subject is available in the reserved category only, not in unreserved category and then will consume a reserved seat. When all the seats of unreserved category are finished then only reserved category counseling will be done. Counseling will be held as per schedule given under ‘At a Glance’ on the inner side of the front cover of this Prospectus.
- Any candidate who opts for confirmed seat in the Counselling, his/her original certificate will be retained and the same will not be returned to the candidate before completion of the course unless he/she deposits a sum of Rs. 5,000/- (Rupees five thousand only) irrespective of the fact whether he/she joins the course or not. If a candidate who joins any of the B.Sc. (Hons) Para Medical courses/B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing/B.Sc. Nursing (Post Certificate)/M.Sc. Courses/M. Biotechnology Course/ M.Sc. Nursing, leaves the said courses, shall be liable to pay a sum of Rs. 5,000/- (Rupees five thousand only) by way of compensation/losses incurred by the AIIMS due to such midstream departure.
The general standard of each entrance examination will be that of 12th class under the 10+2 scheme or an equivalent examination of an Indian University/Board. No syllabus for examination has been prescribed by the Institute.
In case of two or more candidates belonging to the same category obtaining equal marks in the entrance examination, their inter se merit will be determined in order of preference as under:
- Candidates obtaining higher marks in Biology (or Mathematics, in the case of Para-Medical courses) in the entrance examination.
- Candidates obtaining higher marks in Chemistry in the entrance examination.
- Candidates obtaining higher marks in Physics in the entrance examination.
- Candidate older in age to be preferred.
B.Sc. Nursing (Post-Certificate)
- The examination will be held in Delhi, and in English language only.
- The selection of candidates will be made on a 2-stage performance evaluation as under :
Stage I : Written Test :
Candidate will appear for an entrance examination (Written Test) of 90 minutes duration consisting of one paper containing 70 objective type (Multiple Choice) questions in the subjects of fundamentals of Nursing, Medical Surgical Nursing including Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology, Obstetrics Nursing and Midwifery, Paediatric Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing and Professional Trends in Nursing.
Stage II : Personal Assessment / Iinterview :
On the basis of the merit list based on the marks secured in Stage-I, candidate three times the number of seats will be invited for Personal Assessment by a Selection Committee. If requisite number of SC or ST candidates are not available, then candidates belonging to SC and ST taken together will be invited. In case candidates belonging to SCs, STs & OBCs are not available for Personal Assessment, then the number of candidates from the General category will be proportionately increased.
Marks in Personal Assessment will be awarded out of 30. The following factors will also be considered at the time to personal assessment :
- Past academic attainment in the Higher Secondary or +2 or equivalent examination;
- Past academic attainment in the Nursing examination;
- Performance as a Staff Nurse.
Admission will be made on the basis of the aggregate marks secured by candidates in Stage-I & Stage-II. In case of two or more candidates securing equal marks in all the 2 stages combined, their inter se merit will be determined in order of preference as under :
- Candidates securing higher marks in Written Test (Stage-I)
- Candidates older in age to be preferred.
There will be negative marking for wrong answers in entrance examination for all the couses. 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. More than one response will be negatively marked.