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All India Institute of Medical Sciences Nursing [ AIIMS (Nursing) ]

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By Srushti Pargat Last Updated: November 30th, 2020

AIIMS Nursing Examination 2021

The AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Sciences) in New Delhi offers nursing programs such as BSc (Hons.) Nursing and BSc Nursing (Post-Basic). The graduation course in Nursing or BSc (Hons.) Nursing is a four-year professional degree course whereas the BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing is a two-year specialization course.

The AIIMS is a premier institute in India in the medical sciences field.

Examination name AIIMS Nursing 2021
Conducting body for the 2021 AIIMS Nursing Examination AIIMS, New Delhi
Level of Programme Undergraduate (UG)
Courses offered by the college BSc (Hons.) Nursing and BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing
Registration for the AIIMS Nursing Exam begins on 12th Dec 2020 via PAAR 
Registration ends on 16th Jan 2021 (Till 5:00 PM) 
Dates are rescheduled for the final status of application for BSc (Hons.) Nursing 4th Jul 2021 to 10th Jul 2021 
Examination date for the BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing 11th Jun 2021 
Examination date for the BSc (Hons.) Nursing 21st Aug 2021
Release of the BSc (Hons.) Nursing admit card for RAKCON 14th Aug 2021
Announcement of the final result for BSc (Hons.) Nursing 2021 result 27th Aug 2021
Announcement of the final result for BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing 14th Jul 2021 

2021 Important Updates

Events Dates Salient Features
AIIMS Nursing 2021 Registrations (PAAR) 12th Dec 2021 Basic registration (PAAR) will begin in online mode.
Deadline for the basic registration (PAAR) 31st Jan 2021 (Till 5:00 PM)  Applicants have to register for the exam in online mode only.Candidates that have not registered will not be allowed to fill their application form.
Status of the appliccation(Accepted & Not Accepted) of the Basic Registration 5th Feb 2021 Candidate can check the status of their basic registration to know whether it is accepted or rejected
Correction of deficiencies window in Basic Registration 6th Feb 2021 to 17th Feb 2021 Candidates will be able to correct the discrepancies in their registration form in case it is not accepted
Final status (Accepted & Rejected) of Basic Registration 24th Feb 2021 Candidates will be able to check the final status of the application after making the corrections in the basic registration process
Generation of Code for Final Registration 12th May 2021 to 14th May 2021 (till 5:00 PM) Those candidates whose Basic Registration has been accepted will be able to get the code for the final registration
Final Registration that includes the fee payment and choice of city which is allowed only for the candidates who have Generated their Code for Final Registration 12th May 2021 to 14th May 2021 (till 5:00 PM) Those candidates whose Basic Registration has been accepted will be allowed to pay the fee and choose their preffered city of their choice as their examination centre
The final status of the BSc Nursing (Post-Basic) application and the rejected application along with the reason for rejection 16th May 2021 Candidates will be able to check the final status of the registration and application form with reasons in case it is rejected. This can later be corrected with the help of the examination committee.
The final status of the BSc Nursing (Honours) application and the rejected application along with the reason for rejection 4th Jul 2021 to 10th Jul 2021 (has been rescheduled) Candidates will be able to check the final status of the registration and application form with reasons in case it is rejected. This can later be corrected with the help of the examination committee.
The last date for the submission of the required documents for the Regularization of the Rejected Application 18th May 2021 (upto 5:00 PM) Candidates with applications that have been rejected will be able to submit the relevant documents to correct the discrepancy and move on with the process.No Correspondence will be allowed after May 4th, 2021 under any circumstances, and candidates are requested not to contact the Examination Section after the said date.
Admit Cards for BSc Nursing (Post-Basic) will be uploaded on AIIMS website June 5th 2021 Candidates can download the final admit cards from the official AIIMS website.
Admit Cards for the BSc (Hons) Nursing and BSc (Paramedical courses) will be uploaded on AIIMS website 23rd-May-2021 Candidates can download the official admit cards from the official AIIMS website
Date and Time of the exam of BSc Nursing (Post-Basic) 11th Jun 2021,(1.00 PM to 2.30 PM) This examination will be held in one shift
BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing Final Result announcement 14th Jul 2021  Final result of the  Personal Assessment and the CBT (Computer based test) score. 
AIIMS BSc (Hons.) Nursing 2021 admit card release 13th Aug 2021 Admit card for the examination will be released on the AIIMS official website
Date of Examination for the BSc (Hons) Nursing 21st Aug 2021 This examination will be held in one shift

Eligibility Criteria

The examination section for AIIMS, New Delhi has created an eligibility criteria for candidates who want to take up the AIIMS Nursing 2021 examination for the BSc programmes. The eligibility criteria for AIIMS 2021 for various programmes at undergraduate level can be seen below:

For the BSc (Hons) Nursing Eligibility

·Candidates must have cleared their class 12 exams or equivalent exams from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English included in their subjects.

·Candidates in general category must have attained a minimum of 55 percent in aggregate and SC/ST category candidates must have attained 50 percent in aggregate in their class 12th exams.

For the BSc Paramedical Eligibility

·Candidates must have cleared their class 12 exams or equivalent exams from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English included in their subjects.

·Candidates in the General/EWS/OBC category should have secured a minimum of 50 percent in aggregate in their class 12 while SC/ST category candidates should have secured a minimum of 45 percent in aggregate.

For the BSc Nursing (Post-Basic) Eligibility

·Candidates must have cleared their class 12 exams or equivalent exams from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English included in their subjects.

·Candidates that have qualified their class 11 on or before 1986 can also apply.

·Candidates that have a diploma in GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) from any Indian Nursing Council are also eligible.

·Candidate must have registered themselves as a nurse or as a midwife with the State Nursing Council. For male nurses, along with being a registered nurse, they should mandatorily have training in any of the mentioned subjects for a period of six months:

1.    OT (Operation Theatre) Techniques

2.    Ophthalmic Nursing

3.    Psychiatric Nursing

4.    Leprosy Nursing

5.    TB Nursing

6.    Neurological and Neuro Surgical Nursing

7.    Community Health Nursing

8.    Cancer Nursing

9.    Orthopedic Nursing

Syllabus

Chemistry

·Solid State

·Biomolecules

·Chemistry in Everyday Life

·General Principles & Processes of Isolation of Elements

·Solutions

·Chemical Kinetics

·Electrochemistry

·Polymers

·P -Block Elements

·Surface Chemistry

·D & F -Block Elements

·Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen

·Alcohols

·Phenol & Ester

·Coordination Compounds

·Keystones and Carboxylic Acids

Physics

·Current Electricity

·Electromagnetic Induction

·Electronic Devices

·Alternating Current

·Atoms and Nuclei

·Communication Systems

·Electromagnetic Waves

·Optics

·Dual Nature of Matter

·Electrostatics

·Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism

Biology

·The Difference between Prokaryotic & Eukaryota

·Cell Theory

·Structural Organization of Cell

·Mendel’s Law of Inheritance

·Classification Binomial and Nominal Nomenclature

·Five Kingdom Classifications

·The Role of Plants in Human Welfare

·Mineral Nutrition Essential Elements and their Function

General Knowledge

·General policy & scientific research

·Current Affairs

·History

·Geography

·Culture

AIIMS Nursing BSc Post-Basic

· Fundamentals of Nursing

· Medical-Surgical Nursing including Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology

·Obstetrics Nursing and Midwifery

·Pediatric Nursing

·Community Health Nursing

·Psychiatric Nursing

·Professional Trends in Nursing

Registration process

Admissions to the AIIMS BSc Nursing programmes does not come easy and involves a set of complex steps. From the registration to the release of the admit cards, and even appearing for the national level entrance examination and also attending the counselling round after the declaration of the final result. Below is a set of brief steps involved in the admission process:

Step 1: AIIMS BSc Nursing registration 2021

Step 2: Download of the AIIMS BSc Nursing 2021 admit card

Step 3: Appearing for the AIIMS BSc Nursing entrance exam

Step 4: Checking for the AIIMS BSc Nursing 2021 Result

Step 5: Appearing for the AIIMS BSc Nursing 2021 Counselling

Step 6: Application fees and document submission to confirm the admission

Candidates should remember to keep the following documents and information ready before filling the AIIMS Nursing 2021 Application Form:-

1.The valid mobile number of the applicant

2.The valid e-mail ID of the applicant

3.Credit (or) debit card (or) net-banking details for payment of the application fees

4.A clear passport size photograph that can be used for identification

5.Clear scanned image of signature

6.Clear scanned image of thumb impression

7.Category certificate (Required for SC/ST/PwD category)

8.Qualifying exam mark sheet or the degree

FAQs

Q: Are the entrance exams for BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing and BSc (Hons.) Nursing held separately?

A: Both the exams are conducted by AIIMS separately. The entrance examination for BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing has been concluded in June, whereas the entrance exam for BSc (Hons.) Nursing stands postponed until further notice. The AIIMS has stated the same and has asked the candidates to check the official website frequently for updates on the revised exam schedule.

Q: Who is conducting the AIIMS Nursing 2021 entrance exams for the Nursing Courses?

A: The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi will be the body that is conducting the AIIMS Nursing 2021 exam for the admission into the nursing programmes.

Q: Is there a negative marking scheme in the AIIMS Nursing examination 2021?

A: Yes, there is a negative marking scheme-  for every incorrect answer, 1/3 marks will be deducted.

Q: What happens after I am selected for admission into M.Sc. Nursing?

A: Once the counseling rounds are complete, the selected candidates undergo a medical examination by the medical board that consists of faculty members from the institute.

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