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AIIMS BSc Nursing 2024: Exam Dates, Application Form, Syllabus, Admit, Result and More

Sukanta Das Waytoadmissions Team
Sukanta Das

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Updated On - Dec 02,2023

AIIMS Delhi, the official body responsible for organizing the BSc nursing exam, has announced the examination dates for AIIMS BSc nursing. The application process is set to commence in February 2024 and can be completed online at the official website, The registration process is entirely managed through the online platform. AIIMS will administer the AIIMS BSc nursing (Hons.) exam on June 8, 2024, and the BSc (post-basic) exam on June 22, 2024, both in an online format. Trending Courses in India - Click Here

Candidates are required to make online payments for the AIIMS BSc nursing application through the admission portal. The examination will be conducted by AIIMS Delhi in a computer-based mode, with test centers available in numerous cities across the country. The exam conducting body, AIIMS Delhi, will release the admit cards online, and following the exam, they will announce the AIIMS BSc nursing exam results. The AIIMS BSc nursing exam, as well as the BSc Nursing (Post Basic) exam, are organized and overseen by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi. Subsequently, the rank list will be published on the official website after the examination. Candidates will have access to the AIIMS BSc nursing results in PDF format. For further details regarding the examination, please visit the official website. AIIMS Delhi will release the AIIMS nursing exam date on their official website. Register yourself to get more information Click here

All About AIIMS Nursing (BSc) Exam 

AIIMS, New Delhi, offers nursing programs that encompass BSc (Hons.) Nursing and BSc Nursing (Post-Basic). The BSc (Hons.) The nursing program spans a four-year duration, while the BSc Nursing (Post-Basic) program is a two-year course. Aspiring candidates for BSc (Hons.) Nursing must meet specific eligibility criteria, including successfully completing their 12th-grade education with mandatory subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. List of All Exams in India - Click Here

The BSc Nursing (Post-Basic) program accommodates 30 seats, whereas the BSc Nursing (Hons) Nursing program has 571 available seats. AIIMS stands as a premier institution in the field of medical sciences. Admission to the BSc nursing programs involves a two-stage process. The initial stage is carried out through the PAAR (Prospective Applicants Advanced Registration) system, an innovative AIIMS approach. The subsequent stage encompasses basic registration, followed by the Generation of Code and Final Registration. *** Click here for more information

AIIMS BSc Nursing (Hons) Schedule 

Dates Upcoming Exam Dates

 Feb '24 

 AIIMS BSc (Hons.) Nursing 2024 Basic Registration ( Tentative) 

 Mar '24 - Apr '24 

 AIIMS BSc Nursing Final Registration ( Tentative) 

 Mar '24 - Apr '24 

 AIIMS BSc Nursing Code Generation ( Tentative) 

 May '24 

 AIIMS BSc Nursing Application Status (Accept/Reject) ( Tentative) 

 Jun '24 

 AIIMS BSc (H) Nursing Admit Card Release ( Tentative) 

 8 Jun '24 

 AIIMS BSc (H) Nursing Exam

 Jun '24 

 AIIMS BSc Nursing (Post Basic) Admit Card Release ( Tentative) 

 18 Jun '24 

 AIIMS BSc Nursing Result 2023 

 22 Jun '24 

 AIIMS BSc Nursing (Post Basic) Exam 

 28 Jun '24 

  AIIMS BSc Nursing (Post Basic) Result 2023 

Facts & Figures of AIIMS BSc Nursing 

 Exam Name   AIIMS BSc Nursing Entrance Exam 
 Conducting Body   All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi 
 Exam Level   Undergraduate 
 Exam Frequency   Once a year 
 Mode of Examination   Computer-Based Test (CBT)/Online 
 Courses Offered   BSc (Hons.) Nursing and BSc (Post-Basic) Nursing 
 Seats Offered  BSc Nursing (Post-Basic)- 20BSc Nursing (Hons.)- 571 
 Exam Fee 

 General and OBC: INR 1,500 

 SC, ST and EWS: INR 1,200 

 PwBD: Nil 

 Language of the Exam    English 
 Exam Duration   Two hours 
 Total Marks   100 
 Total Questions   100 
 Marking Scheme   +1 for each correct answer-1/3 for each incorrect answer 
 Language/Medium of Questions   English 
 Colleges Accepting AIIMS BSc Nursing Entrance Exam Scores   AIIMS Delhi 
 Number of Exam Cities   14 
 Official Website 
 Contact Details 

 91-11-26588500, 26588700, 26589900 

Email: [email protected] 

AIIMS BSc Nursing Eligibility 

Those who wish to register for AIIMS Nursing 2024 in order to study the BSc program must meet certain qualifying conditions, according to the examination division of AIIMS, New Delhi. The qualifying requirements for various undergraduate programs offered by AIIMS Nursing in 2024 are as follows: 

AIIMS Nursing for BSc (Hons) Eligibility 

  • Candidates must have passed their class 12 exams in English, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology, or an equivalent exam from an accredited board. 
  • Candidates for the general category must have received an overall grade of at least 55 percent in class 12, while those for the SC/ST category must have received an overall grade of at least 50 percent. 

AIIMS Nursing for BSc (Post-Basic) Eligibility 

  • Candidates must have completed Physics, Chemistry, English, Biology, and Math in class 12 or have passed an equivalent exam from an accredited board or university. Nonetheless, those who were eligible for class 11 by 1986 or earlier may also submit an application. 
  • Applicants with a diploma in GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) from any school accredited by the Indian Nursing Council. 
  • It is mandatory for candidates to hold their nursing or midwifery registration with the State Nursing Council. Male nurses must complete six months of training in any of the aforementioned subjects in addition to being registered nurses. 
    • OT (Operation Theatre) Techniques 
    • Ophthalmic Nursing 
    • Psychiatric Nursing 
    • Leprosy Nursing 
    • TB Nursing 
    • Neurological and Neuro Surgical Nursing 
    • Community Health Nursing 
    • Cancer Nursing 
    • Orthopedic Nursing 

AIIMS BSc Paramedical Eligibility 

  • Candidates must have completed Physics, Chemistry, English, Biology, and Math courses, or have passed an equivalent exam from a recognized board or university. 
  • In class 12, applicants from the General/EWS/OBC category needed to have received at least 50% of the total, while candidates from the SC/ST category need to have received 45% of the total. 

AIIMS Nursing BSc Exam Pattern 

Under its purview, AIIMS provides three nursing courses. There are three distinct test patterns for these courses. Exam patterns for AIIMS nursing in 2024 for different BSc programs at AIIMS are as follows:  

For AIIMS BSc (Hons) Nursing

Exam duration

120 minutes (2 Hours)

Mode of exam

Computer-based test

Type of questions

Multiple-choice questions (MCQs)


Physics (30 marks)

Chemistry (30 marks)

Biology (30 marks)

General knowledge (10 marks)

Negative marking

Yes (-1/3)

Total marks


For BSc Paramedical

Exam duration

90 minutes (one and a half hours)

Mode of exam

Computer-based test 

Type of questions

Multiple-choice questions (MCQs)




Biology or Mathematics

Negative marking

Yes (-1/3)

Number of questions

Each section has 30 questions

For AIIMS Nursing BSc (Post basic) 

The selection procedure for the AIIMS nursing 2024 BSc (post-basic) test will need to be two-staged. There are two stages: 

  • Stage 1: Written examination 
  • Stage 2: Personal Interview/Assessment 

 Stage 1: AIIMS BSc (Post Basic) Nursing 

 Exam duration 

 90 minutes (one and a half hours) 

 Mode of exam 

 Computer-based test 

 Type of questions 

 Multiple-choice questions (MCQs) 


 Fundamentals of Nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing including Anatomy, Physiology & Pharmacology, Obstetrics Nursing and Midwifery, Pediatric Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing and Professional Trends in Nursing. 

 Negative marking 

 Yes (-1/3) 

Stage 2: Personal Interview/Assessment Scheme 

The written exam's merit list candidates will be contacted to schedule a personal interview and assessment round. Thirty marks will be the approximate weighting for the second stage. In addition, the website will host the final merit list. The outcome of a candidate is determined by how well they perform in both phases. There will be nearly three times as many applicants summoned for interviews as there are seats available. The following criteria will be counted during the assessment process: 

  • Past academic record in the Higher Secondary or class 12 or equivalent examination 
  • Past academic record in the Nursing examination 
  • Performance as a Staff Nurse