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If you are looking for the best coaching for MNS  Coaching in Jaipur, you are on the right page. Yes, Major Kalshi Classes provide the best  Coaching for  MNS Central Defence Services in your city Jaipur.  We deliver the best MNS Guidance for all the Defence Exams. The various entries for which candidates must clear the SSB Interview are MNS, AFCAT, CAPF, Indian Coast Guard, TES, TGC, B.Tech Navy Entry, TA, INET, MNS, NCC Special Entry, and many more.

Whether Indian Army, Navy or Air Force, we offer the best in class infrastructure and an experienced faculty that comprises Ex- SSB Interviewers and Subject Matter Experts. The Services Selection Board conducts the 5-Day SSB Interview to shortlist candidates that can be trained in various Defence Academies 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 a gateway to working as a military nurse in the Indian Army. Indian Army has its own specific department of nurses named Military Nursing Services (MNS). For female aspirants seeking to serve the country, the MNS exam is one of the best gateways to join the Indian Armed forces. For female candidates who want to join the Indian Armed forces, the Military Nursing Service is a very demanding career.

The Directorate General of Medical Services - DGMS (Indian Army) will conduct the Indian Army B.Sc Nursing for admission to 220 undergraduate nursing seats offered by six armed forces hospitals across the country. Candidates qualified in the Indian Army B.Sc Nursing CBT exam will be called for an interview and medical examination. To qualify for the nursing entrance exam, a proper preparation strategy for the MNS  exam is required. 

MNS Exam Overview-

 

Exam Name

Indian Army Military Nursing Service Course B.Sc. (Nursing)

Conducting Body

Directorate General of Medical Services (Army)

Official Website

joinindianarmy.nic.in

Exam Type

National Level

Mode of Application

Online

Exam Mode

Online

Selection Process

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

Tentative Vacancies Per Course

220 (once in a year) or as notified from time to time

MNS Exam Notification (in Employment News/ leading daily news Paper/ IA website)

Dec/Jan 2021

MNS Exam Conducted

March / April

MNS Result Date

May / June

MNS Interview Date

July 

Application Fee

Rs.750/-

Training Colleges

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

Reservation

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

 

Know the MNS exam pattern & process-

It is a two-step process. The first stage consists of the written exam that the candidate has to pass. The second stage is a personality test and interview conducted by the SSB. Before starting the preparation for the MNS exam 2022, it is mandatory for aspirants to be aware of the exam pattern of the entrance examination. Eligible aspirants will be called by the authorities for an Indian Army BSc Nursing computer-based test. Candidates who successfully clear the MNS 2022 written test will be called for an interview. MNS admission will be provided to those nursing aspirants who combinedly clear the computer-based test, interview, and medical examination. It must be noted that MNS admissions 2022 will only be granted on the basis of seat availability in the colleges. Candidates can go through the table mentioning details about the MNS 2022 exam pattern below.

Indian Army BSc Nursing exam pattern

Particulars

Details

Mode of MNS exam 2022

Computer-based mode

Total time allotted

90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes)

Total question

150 questions

Total section of questions

3

Marking scheme

1 mark will be awarded for one right attempt

No negative marking

 

 

MNS  syllabus-

Aspirants are advised to go through the syllabus of the MNS exam, as knowing the syllabus makes the work of an aspirant easy to segregate their subjects and topics to study. While preparing for the MNS exam 2022, the syllabus plays a key role in boosting the level of preparation for the exam. The question of the MNS 2022 exam will be based on the general standard of classes 11 and 12. Candidates can go through the Indian Army B.Sc nursing syllabus below.

MNS exam syllabus

 

Part

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 12 examinations as regular students with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English as their core subjects are eligible to apply for MNS.

Nationality: 

A candidate must be unmarried and must either be:- 

(i) A Citizen of India, 

(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 with the intention of permanently settling in India. 

Provided that a candidate belonging to 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 will, however, not be necessary in the case of candidates who are Gorkha subjects of Nepal. A candidate in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary may be admitted to the examination provisionally subject to the necessary certificate being given to him/her by the Government. 

Nationality: 

A candidate must be unmarried and must either be:- 

(i) A Citizen of India, 

(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 with the intention of permanently settling in India. 

Provided that a candidate belonging to 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 will, however, not be necessary in the case of candidates who are Gorkha subjects of Nepal. A candidate in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary may be admitted to the examination provisionally subject to the necessary certificate being given to him/her by the Government. 

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