Military BSc Nursing 2021 : Entrance Exam Postponed


Admissions in 4 Year BSc Nursing course, under Joint Military Nursing Service, in 6 Colleges of Nursing, shall be through an all India online written test followed by interview and medical. The entrance exam (ACON-Nursing) for the same, which was scheduled to be held in April has been postponed due to Covid-19 pandemic. Fresh date for the exam shall be notified at a later date.

Under Joint Military Nursing Service, ACON-Nursing is an entrance exam conducted by Directorate General of Medical Services (Army) for admission in Colleges of Nursing. Based on the merit cum choice, (subject to vacancy in each College) the candidates will be awarded admission in Colleges of Nursing.

Military BSc Nursing Entrance PostponedNumber of seats

CON, AFMC, Pune - 40

CON, CH(EC), Kolkata - 30

CON, AH(R&R), Delhi - 30

CON, CH(CC), Lucknow - 40

CON, INHS, Asvini - 40

CON, CH(AF), Bengaluru - 40

Permanent/short service commission in the Military Nursing Service : Selected candidates shall execute an agreement/Bond to serve in the Military Nursing Service (MNS). On successful completion of Nursing Training (4years), the candidates will be granted permanent/short service commission in the Military Nursing Service, under the terms and conditions laid down for grant of such commission. They shall have to refund the bond money as per the bond executed in the event of withdrawal from the course, termination of training or refusal to accept commission in the MNS, if offered. During training they will be provided with free ration, accommodation, uniform allowance and monthly stipend as per existing terms and conditions as amended from time to time.

Selection criteria : Candidates, as per merit on the basis of written test, will be called for interview and medical. Final selection will be based on combined merit of written test & interview, subject to medical fitness. Only female candidates are eligible.

-- MEP News Bureau