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Major Kalshi Classes is the Best MNS coaching in Delhi.

Best MNS coaching in Delhi-


If you are looking for the best coaching for Military nursing services  Coaching in Delhi, you are on the right page. Yes, Major Kalshi Classes offer the best  Coaching for  MNS in your city Delhi.  We deliver the best MNS Guidance for all the Defence Exams. The various entries for which aspirants must clear the SSB Interview are MNS, AFCAT, CAPF, Indian Coast Guard, TGC, TES, TA, B.Tech Navy Entry, INET,  NCC Special Entry, MNS, and whatnot.

No matter whether it's the Indian Army, Navy, or Air Force, Major Kalshi Classes offer the best in class infrastructure and an experienced faculty that comprises Ex- SSB Interviewers and Subject Matter Experts. The Board conducts the 5-Day SSB Interview to shortlist candidates that can be trained in various Defence scholars like the IMA, INA, OTA, and AFA to join the Indian Armed Forces as commissioned officers.


About MNS - Military nursing exams-

The Indian Military Nursing Service exam (MNS) is an opening way where you can start working as a military nurse in the Indian Army. Indian Army has its own individual department of nurses named Military Nursing Services (MNS). the Military Nursing Service is a very demanding career nowadays.

Candidates qualified in the Indian Army B.Sc Nursing CBT exam will be called for an interview and medical examination. To qualify for this military nursing entrance exam, candidates have to follow a proper preparation strategy for the MNS  exam. 

MNS Exam Overview-


Name of the exam

B.Sc. in Military Nursing from the Indian Army (Nursing)

Conducting Body

Directorate General of Medical Services (Army)

Official Website

Exam Type

National Level

Application mode


Mode of exam


Selection Process

I- Written Test (Objective Type) Phase, II- Panel Interview,  SSB, III- Medical Test, IV- Merit List

Tentative Vacancies Per Course

as notified from time to time



MNS Exam Conduction

March / April

MNS Result Date

May / June

MNS Interview Date


Application Fee


Training Colleges

Indian Navy Hospital (INHS) Asvini, Mumbai Armed Forces Medical College, Pune Command Hospital (Eastern Command), Kolkata Army Hospital Research and Referral, Command Hospital (Air Force), BangaloreNew Delhi Command Hospital (Central Command), Lucknow

Reservation for candidates

SC/ST Candidates – 15 SeatsNCC ‘C’ Certificate Holders – 25


Know the MNS exam pattern along with procedure-

This exam is basically a two-step procedure. The first step consists  written exam that the candidate has to pass to get entered into the second stage however The second stage is a personality test and interview conducted by the SSB. Before starting the preparation for this exam, it is mandatory for candidates/aspirants to be aware of the pattern of the entrance examination. Eligible aspirants will be called for a  computer-based test. After clearing the written test will be called for an interview. MNS admission will be provided to those nursing aspirants who will clear all the 3 stages the computer-based test, interview, and medical examination. 


Indian Army BSc Nursing exam pattern



MNS examination mode 

Computer-based mode

Total time given

90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)

Total question

150 questions

Total section of questions


Marking scheme

1 mark will be given for one right attempt

No negative marking



MNS  syllabus-

Aspirants are advised to go through the syllabus of the MNS exam precautiously, as knowing the syllabus makes the work of an aspirant easy to segregate their subjects and topics to study. The question of this exam will be based on the basic standard of classes 11 and 12. The Indian Army B.Sc. nursing syllabus is available for candidates to review below.

MNS exam syllabus



Syllabus details with marks

Part I

General English (Total 50 marks)

Part II

General Intelligence (totals 50 marks; includes general awareness)

Part III

Science (total 50 marks covering biology, physics, and chemistry)



Eligibility Criteria-

Academic qualification: 

Candidates who have passed class 12th ( as regular students) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English as their core subjects are eligible to apply for Military nursing services.


A candidate must not be married and must either be:- 

(i) An Indian citizen, 

(ii) A subject of Nepal, or 

(iii) A Person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, and East African Countries of Kenya, UgaCDS, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, and Ethiopia or Vietnam to permanently settling in India. 

Provided that a candidate who belongs to mentioned categories (ii) and (iii) above shall be a person who is favor a certificate of eligibility has been issued by the Government of India. A certificate of eligibility won't be required, nevertheless, if the applicant is a Gorkha subject of Nepal. A candidate in whose case an eligibility certificate is necessary & may be admitted to the examination provisionally which is being given to him/her by the Government. 

MNS  Selection Process

The MNS  for Entry exam is held 5 days in line. Candidates who passed the written exam are invited to the SSB interview. Candidates are put through a series of tests throughout the course of these five days.

  • Day 1 (Stage I):
    • Intelligence test
    • Picture perception & Discussion test

Candidates who clear this stage will appear for Stage II

  • Day 2 (Stage II):
    • Psychological test
    • Group task
    • Personal Interview
  • Day 3: GTO test
  • Day 2-4: Interviews

Day 5: Conference

SSB Interview Day 1: Screening Process

Different Tests are administered on the first day of the SSB Interview. Below is a discussion of them:

1. Papers 1 and 2 of the OIR (Officer Intelligence Rating Test)

OIR Tests are conducted with two banks of questions covering both verbal and nonverbal reasoning. In the past, candidates had to write their solutions down; today, OMR sheets are provided for marking the answers. The number of questions in each set and the time permitted for each set vary, so pay close attention to the pre-test briefing of the instructor.

2. PP&DT (Picture Perception & Description Test) 

First, a picture (mainly blurry/hazy)will be shown to a candidate for 30 seconds, after which they will have one minute to report their observations, including the number of characters, their emotions, genders, and the action taking place in the image. After that, kids will have four and a half minutes to write a tale using their research.

3. Group Discussion (GD)

The batch is separated into groups of 10 to 15 hopefuls, and before the group can make a decision, each applicant must relate their experience.

SSB Interview Day 2: Psychological Tests

1. Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)

Candidates are given 4 minutes to create a story after being shown 12 photos, 1 of which is blank.  The time restriction is put in place to assess each Aspirant's natural response.

2. Word Association Test (WAT)

When they see each of the 60 words that are shown to them for 15 seconds at a time, the Aspirants are required to write down a sentence that comes to mind.

3. Situation Reaction Test (SRT)

The aspirants are handed a booklet containing 60 actual situations; they are required to write their responses to those situations. This test lasts for 30 minutes.

4. Self-Description Test (SDT)

Candidates must write a few words of a quick self-description of the environment. i.e. must discuss the perspectives of their parents, teachers, friends, and other people in addition to the characteristics they hope to develop. This examination will last 15 minutes.

SSB Interview Day 3: Group Testing Officers Tests

1. Group Discussion (GD)

Before debating thoughts, the group chooses one of the GTO's two themes for the first GD. The GTO gives  a topic for the second GD, & then the same process is repeated. The group is not required to reach a decision in such instance.

2. Group Planning Exercise (GPE)

The GTO outlines a scenario with a variety of problems. After then, the candidates have ten minutes to submit their responses while making use of all of their tools, including their group. A solution is subsequently agreed upon by the group, which is then described by one of the members.

3. Progressive Group Task (PGT)

The four obstacle courses in this challenge increase in difficulty as they proceed. The party is supposed to move forward and attack these buildings using any tools they have at their disposal, such as a rope, plank, balli, etc. In addition, a load needs to be carried. All GTO rules must be followed by the group, including:

(a) Rule of Color

  • White refers to both people and things.
  • Blue denotes a guy only.
  • Red is off-limits to everyone.

(b) The ground is off-limits to everyone.

(c) Rigidity Rule: Helping materials may be attached to the structures, but not to one another, according to the rigidity rule (c).

(d) The start and end lines extend to infinity and cannot be directly crossed.

(e) Distance Rule: No distance greater than  4 feet can be jumped.

4. Group Obstacle Race (GOR)/ Snake Race

One of the most fun parts of the procedure is a race across four obstacles, which include a single ramp jump, eight-shaped bars, a 10-foot wall, a double wall, a spider web, and a large slide. For violations, the GTO may impose a time penalty.

5. Half Group Task (HGT)

is Almost Similar To PGT, But With Only Two People In The Group And One Obstacle To Overcome.


SSB Interview Day 4: Personal Interview

1. Lecturette

One of the most fun parts of the procedure is a race across four obstacles, which include a single ramp jump, eight-shaped bars, a 10-foot wall, a double wall, a spider web, and a large slide. For violations, the GTO may impose a time penalty.

2. Individual Obstacles (IO)

  1. The candidate must successfully cross all 10 obstacles, each of it which will provide a different score displayed on them. Once he has successfully completed all 10, the candidate may try the challenges again. The results of the 10 challenges are displayed in the table below.

(1)-Jumping over a single ramp   

(2)-Jump over a Double Barrel    

(3)-Balancing Beam                    

(4)-Screen Jump                         

(5)-Burma Bridge                        

(6)-Tarzan Swing                        

(7)-Double Platform Jump       

(8)-Double Ditch                         

(9)-Commando Walk                

(10)-Tiger Leap                             

3. Command Task (CT)

The GTO calls each aspirant, in turn, selecting them at random, before asking them a series of questions and outlining a task resembling the PGT, furthermore, then he requests that the commander who is up for the job contact two of his team members as subordinates to provide him proper assistance in getting previous the obstruction.

4. Final Group Task (FGT)

As implied by the name, one PGT-like barrier is once more shown to the entire group to assess their ability to communicate clearly.

5. Personal Interview (PI)

Any of the three days, the conclusion of the examinations for that day which may be used for the personal interview, be followed. The interviewing officer ask a lot of  questions about his family, academics, involvement in sports, hobbies and extracurricular activities,  responsibilities, interests, and general knowledge including knowledge of the forces, personal life, etc. based on the data the student gave in his PIQ (Personal Information Questionnaire).

The average interview lasts for 40 minutes, whereas some of it  may go for an hour or maybe even just 5 minutes.


MNS  Day 5: Conference Day

The Last day or Final Day is known as Conference Day. Prior to the meeting of candidates, the assessor delivers a closing address. Attending a board meeting are all the officers who had evaluated the aspirants the previous days. Each assessor talks amongst themselves about the suitability of the candidate.

Following each and every Aspirant's individual presentation before the board and description of their overall evaluation, the committee next makes recommendations. The shortlisted applicants will be kept on after the release is announced for additional medical exams.

MKC 14 Day MNS SSB Training-



DAY - 1

SSB orientation (5 days SSB Procedure, Officer Like Qualities & PIQ form)

DAY - 2

Screening test

DAY - 3

Screening test, Mock practice, and Feedback will be given

DAY - 4

Induction to Psychological Test & Thematic Apperception Test(TAT)

DAY - 5

Word Association Test(WAT) & SRT (Situation Reaction Test)

DAY - 6

Self Description Test & Complete Psychological Test and Feedback will be given

DAY - 7

OIR, (Verbal and Non-verbal Reasoning class)

DAY - 8

Personal Interview Briefing (PI)

DAY - 9

Mock Interview & Feedback to Student

DAY - 10

Mock Interview & Feedback to Student

DAY - 11

G.T.O. Briefing, GD and Lecturette

DAY - 12

P.G.T, H.G.T, G.P.E, & G.O.R.

DAY - 13

IO, CT, FGT and Conference

DAY - 14



Complete Marking Scheme For MNS SSB

A minimum of 90 points has to be obtained from each assessor. SSB has a total of 900 points. & then it is  divided into four parts (psychology, GTO, interview, and conference round), with each & every test phase receiving 900/4=225 marks.



Minimum Marks for Recommendation
















MNS SSB Marking Scheme: 

1-The Services Selection Board is having a backup marks of 225, and they began probing you in the conference round because they thought you were lacking in several areas. 

2-If they consider you fit, you will be awarded points to raise your cumulative score from the previous 240 to 360 or above (marks As Mentioned Above). 

3- you receive a minimum passing score of 360 (90X4) as a result. Furthermore, you get a final recommendation.

4-If an assessor is not sure about the evaluation of an applicant during the psychology test, he may consult another assessor. Due to the fact that they must assess a candidate's OLQs in real time, the GTO or the IO are unable to employ the option of seeking a second opinion.

5-If someone desires of receiving the third assessment but is recommended by two assessors, a review is conducted during a conference.  if a psychologist does not consider someone suitable at any stage, the suggestion will be rejected.

6- The selection procedure of the "SSB" is based on methodologies that evaluate candidates in light of the needs of the armed services. 

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