AIIMS Announces Results For BSc Nursing Post Basic Course 2022 Session
New Delhi: Based on the performance in the CBT mode entrance examination held on 2nd July 2022 and the personal assessment conducted by the selection committee on 21st July 2022, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS Delhi) has released the list of selected candidates for admission to the BSc Nursing Post Basic course for 2022 session. A total of 29 candidates have been...
New Delhi: Based on the performance in the CBT mode entrance examination held on 2nd July 2022 and the personal assessment conducted by the selection committee on 21st July 2022, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS Delhi) has released the list of selected candidates for admission to the BSc Nursing Post Basic course for 2022 session.
A total of 29 candidates have been selected for admission to the BSc Nursing Post Basic course. The list consists of roll number, category, AIIMS, total marks out of 100, and final rank.
AIIMS has further notified that the admissions of the above candidates are subject to verification of their original certificates and other relevant documents and satisfying all eligibility conditions as laid down in the prospectus or any subsequent notice published, including Stage-1 Result. The candidates are advised to report to the Registrar, Academic Section, AIIMS, New Delhi, for further instructions.
On 28th July 2022, the document verification and submission will be conducted from 10:00 am onwards. Medical examination and admission will happen on 29th July 2022 from 9.30 onwards. The physical classes will commence on 1st August 2022. The candidates will have to make their own arrangements for staying throughout the course duration.
Documents to be carried at the time of reporting along with the admit card –
Certificate from the Board from which they passed the High School/Higher Secondary Examination, showing your date of birth.
Senior Secondary Certificate or a Certificate Showing that an equivalent examination from a recognised Board/University has been completed. In case those who have passed 10+1 on or before 1986 may submit a certificate accordingly.
Mark-sheets of General Nursing and Midwifery.
Diploma/Certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery from any institution recognised by the Indian Nursing Council.
Certificate of Registration as 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, beside a certificate of registration as a nurse with the state Nursing Council, a certificate of General Nursing and instead of a certificate of training in Midwifery, training in any subject out of the following, for a period of six months -
1. O.T. Techniques
2. Ophthalmic Nursing
3. Leprosy Nursing
4. TB Nursing
5. Psychiatric Nursing
6. Neurological and Neuro Surgical Nursing.
7. Community Health Nursing.
8. Cancer Nursing.
9. Orthopedic Nursing.
Migration Certificate from the University/Board/College/Institute last attended by you.
Caste Certificate, if belongs to SC/ST/OBC(NCL)/EWS/PWBD category. The Competent Authority should issue the certificate as per Govt. of India's rule. OBC(NCL)/EWS certificate should be valid for Central Government jobs/Central Government Institutions only; otherwise, a claim for OBC(NCL)/EWS reservation will not be considered. Issuing date of OBC(NCL) certificate within 26.06.2021 to 02.07.2022(both dates inclusive) and date of EWS certificate within 01.04.2022 to 02.07.2022(both dates inclusive).
Study Leave and Relieving Letter from your parent department if the candidate is already employed with Central Govt./State Govt./AIIMS departmental, failing which you will not be allowed to join the course.
One set of self-attested copies of the above certificates.
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