AIIMS BSc Nursing 2023: Exam Date (Out), Registration Started, Syllabus, Pattern

AIIMS BSc nursing basic registration has begun on February 15, 2023. Candidates will be able to register for the AIIMS nursing exam till March 6, 2023. The AIIMS BSc nursing final registration started from March 1, 2023. AIIMS nursing exam dates have been released on the official website by AIIMS Delhi. Candidates will also be able to generate code for final registration from March 1 till March 22, 2023. AIIMS BSc nursing exam is scheduled to be held on June 4, 2023. The institute has also announced that the AIIMS BSc nursing result will be declared on June 13, 2023 in online mode.

AIIMS BSc nursing exam is organised and conducted by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi. Candidates will have to register themselves to appear in the AIIMS BSc Nursing exam and thereafter AIIMS conduct counselling for the candidates who get shortlisted in the exam. In addition, AIIMS has announced the BSc (Post Basic) exams date which is going to be held on June 25, 2023 in a single shift in online mode. The exam conducting body will release the rank list on the official website for the candidates. Both these exams are computer-based exams and will be conducted at various test centres in India.

The AIIMS BSc nursing exam notification will be released by AIIMS Delhi along with the application form in April 2023. The AIIMS BSc Nursing Post Basic 2023 exam will be conducted in a computer-based mode in 150 test centres located in 14 cities across the country. The prospectus for AIIMS BSc Nursing and Post Basic Nursing 2023 exam will be uploaded tentatively in May, 2023. Know more details regarding the exam here.

About AIIMS Nursing (BSc)

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, Nursing programmes include BSc (Hons.) Nursingand BSc Nursing (Post-Basic). The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Hons) Nursing programme lasts four years, whereas the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Post-Basic) Nursing degree lasts two years. To pursue BSc (Hons.) Nursing candidates must complete the minimum eligibility requirements, including passing class 12 with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as necessary subjects. The BSc Nursing (Post-basic) programme has 30 seats available, whereas the BSc Nursing (Hons) Nursing degree has 571 seats available. In the realm of medical sciences, AIIMS is a leading institute. A two-stage method is used to admit students to BSc nursing programmes. The first is through the PAAR (Prospective Applicants Advanced Registration) system, a new AIIMS method. The second is through basic registration, followed by Generation of Code and Final Registration.

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