The Indian Army has released the application forms for the four-year B.Sc. Nursing Course that will be conducted at the Colleges of Nursing of Armed Forces Medical Services (AFMS). Interested candidates must submit the application forms via the official website – joinindianarmy.nic.in. It must be noted that those candidates who have registered and will be appearing for NEET 2022 can apply for the course. Prior to filling out the application, one must go through the eligibility criteria from the notification that has been released on the official website.
Only female candidates, who are unmarried, divorced, legally separated or widowed can apply for the course. The candidate must be born between October 01, 1997 and September 30, 2005. In terms of educational qualification, they must have passed the senior secondary or 10+2 in the first attempt with Physics, Chemistry and Biology and English with not less than 50% aggregate marks. However, candidates who are appearing in the final year of the qualifying examination can also apply provisionally. It must be noted that the minimum height required for entry into the Armed forces is 152 cm.
Interested candidates have to first register via the official website. It must be noted that the last date to apply for Indian Army B.Sc. Nursing 2022 is May 31, 2022. There is no application fee for SC and ST category candidates. All candidates except these two categories must pay a fee of Rs 200 while submitting the application forms. After submitting the application forms, one must take a printout of the confirmation page.
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Candidates will be first shortlisted based on their merit in the NEET UG 2022 exam. They will then be called for ToGIGE, PAT, Interview and medical examination at the designated venue. All shortlisted candidates have to produce all original documents at the time of the interview. Candidates without in possession of the documents will be disqualified.
- The Test of General Intelligence and General English will be a computer-based test comprising 40 MCQs for a maximum of 80 marks.
- The Psychological Assessment Test (PAT) will be a qualifying examination and the score will not be considered for the final preparation of merit.
- An interview will be conducted by the Board of Officers at a designated value.
- All shortlisted candidates need to go through a medical examination which will inform whether they are fit or unfit for the course.