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Indian Army to Fill 220 Seats for BSc (Nursing) 2020 Course: Here’s How to Apply

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A total of 220 places are available for the four-year admission to Bachelor of Nursing courses at AFMC Pune, CH (EC) Kolkata, INHS Asvini, AH (R&R) New Delhi, CH (CC) Lucknow and CH (AF) Bangalore.

The Indian Army has issued a call for applications to fill 220 places for the BSc (Nursing) 2020 course.

The Indian Army has issued a notification regarding the invitation to online applications of female applicants for admission to a 4-year Nursing (Nursing) Course in Military Medical Services Nursing Colleges of the Armed Forces, on the website official – joinindianarmy.nic.in. Interested and eligible applicants can apply for the BSc (Nurses) course directly through the official website, joinindianarmy.nic.in no later than December 2, 2019.

According to the information, a total of 220 places are available for the four years admission to the Bachelor of Nursing courses at AFMC Pune, CH (EC) Kolkata, INHS Asvini, AH (R&R) New Delhi, CH (CC) Lucknow and CH (AF) Bangalore.

Registration fees:

Applicants will be required to pay the online application processing fee of Rs 750 no later than December 2, 2019 until 5 p.m.

Educational credentials required:

Applicants must have passed the upper secondary exam (10 + 2) or equivalent exam in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with at least 50% overall marks as a regular student at a university or college. recognized educational organization.

For more information, applicants are advised to read the official notification.

Direct links:

Click here to check the official notification.

Click here to read the important instructions to follow during the application.

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