Admission will be made entirely on the basis of performance of candidates at the Entrance Examination to be conducted in Delhi/ NCR. As per the decision of the Academic Committee in its meeting the minimum cut-off shall be 50th percentile (for all PG Courses) in the competitive entrance test as a condition of eligibility for all candidates.
Schedule of Entrance Examination for B.Sc Programmes
|B.Sc. Nursing (Post-Basic)||02 Jun 2018||09 Jun 2018 – Stage 1
22 Jun 2018 – Final Result
|B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing||24 Jun 2018||29 Jun 2018||18 to 20 Jun 2018 – 1st Counselling
17 Aug 2018 – 2nd Counselling
26 Sep 2018 – Open Counselling
- The seats are 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 conducts in English language only.
Scheme of Entrance Examination – Last year
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 distribution of marks as under :
Entrance Examination for B.Sc. (Hons.) Nursing for all AIIMS will be conducted in the following cities:
|Name of the City/Centre||Code|
B.Sc. Nursing (Post-Basic)
- 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 / Interview :
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 togetherwill 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 is based 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.