Nursing Admission Test 2020-21 Result PDF Download – Merit and Waiting has been published today. Nursing Admission Test 2020-2021, Notice of Nursing Admission Test 2020-21 Results of HSC Examination 2020 will be published later. There will be no nursing admission test in 2020, don’t listen to such rumors.
Everything depends on the overall situation in the country, time may be back, but the test will be. The notification will be posted as soon as possible, no matter what day it is published. As soon as the circular or notification is published,
Possible rules of Nursing Admission Test 2020 in the light of New Nursing Admission Policy 2019:
BSc in Nursing, Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery & Diploma in Midwifery Admission Test 2020-21
HSC: 2019/2020 and SSC: 2017/2018
Nursing Admission Result 2021 PDF Download – Merit and Waiting
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Note that from 2019, the 3rd time in the nursing admission test has been omitted. If it is outside the mentioned year, the Nursing Admission Test 2020-21 cannot be applied.
Therefore, if there is anyone like SSC 2016 but HSC 2019, nothing can be said for sure at the moment, it will be known when the notification / circular is published. So, my request to you, whose SSC 2016 & HSC 2019, you stay with the group. Don’t give up. If you are lucky, you can definitely participate in the test.
Eligibility to apply for BSc in Nursing
SSC + HSC Total GPA must be at least 7.00 and SSC GPA must be at least 3.00 & HSC GPA must be at least 3.00 and GPA in Biology in both exams must be at least 3.00.
Eligibility to apply for # Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery & Diploma in Midwifery:
Total GPA in SSC and HSC or two equivalent examinations from any department (Science / Humanities / Business) must be at least 6.00 and SSC GPA must be at least 2.5 & HSC GPA must be at least 2.5.
The decision of the appropriate authority will be final. The Bangladesh Nursing and Midwifery Council (BNMC) & the Directorate General of Nursing and Midwifery (DGNM) reserve the full right to formulate, amend and amend the Nursing Admission Policy.
Which course for whom?
Diploma in Midwifery, only female candidates can apply for this course.
Boys can apply for Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery & BSc in Nursing courses.
Candidates can apply for 3 courses i.e. BSc in Nursing & Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery & Diploma in Midwifery.
An examinee can apply for any one of the above-mentioned courses. Cannot apply for 2 or 3 courses.
Admission test fee
For BSc in Nursing course: 600 rupees
Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery & Diploma in Midwifery Course: Rs.
BSc in Nursing Admission Test 2020-21
Bengali: No. 20
English: 20 numbers
Physics: No. 10
Chemistry: No. 10
Biology: No. 10
General knowledge: 20 numbers
Mathematics: Number 10
Total: 100 numbers
Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery & Diploma in Midwifery Admission Test 2020-21
Bengali: No. 20
English: 20 numbers
General Science: No. 25
General knowledge: 25 numbers
General Mathematics: 10
Total: 100 marks
Examinations will be held in a 100 number objective / MCQ system. There is no negative marking in the Nursing Admission Test 2020-21, meaning no mark can be deducted for a wrong answer.
The pass mark in the examination will be 40, those who will pass the examination, i.e. will get more than forty marks, among them the government and the remaining candidates on the basis of merit list will get admission in private nursing colleges/institutes.
Note that you must get a minimum pass mark of 40 out of 100 marks in the Nursing Admission Test.
Candidates who get less than 40 marks in this examination will be considered unsuccessful and if they get less than 40 marks out of 100 marks, the candidate will not be admitted to any private nursing college/institute.
Admission to a private nursing college or institute requires a score of at least forty or more.
Nursing Admission Test 2020-21 Number Division | nursing admission test 2019-20 mark distribution:
100 MCQ = 100 mark
SSC GPA 20 mark + HSC GPA 30 mark = Total 50 mark
Total = 100 + 50 = 150 mark
How to determine marks on SSC + HSC GPA?
Multiply the points obtained by SSC by 4 20 marks and the points obtained by HSC multiplied by 6 by 30 marks; A total of 50 marks will come from SSC + HSC GPA.
Simply put, multiplying the GPA obtained in the SSC exam by 4 and the GPA obtained in the HSC exam by 6 which will be obtained, then your marks on the GPA in SSC + HSC will come out.
Suppose, in my SSC exam I got GPA 4.83 and in HSC exam I also got GPA 3.00.
So, my number obtained on SSC + HSC will be:
SSC: 4.83 * 4 = 19.32 mark & HSC: 3 * 6 = 18 mark
My total mark SSC + HSC = 19.32 + 18 mark = 37.32 mark
What are the reasons for not getting a chance in a government nursing college or institute?
The number obtained out of 100 marks in the admission test
Numbers obtained on SSC + HSC GPA and
On the stage of giving the choice of nursing college or institute while applying.
When applying, how do you choose the 10 nursing colleges or institutes of your choice in stages?
Those admitted in BSc in Nursing Will give exams, among 13 government nursing colleges; Choose any 10 nursing colleges of your choice in phases.
Those who will take the admission test in Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery will be given a choice of any 10 nursing institutes of your choice in 48 government institutes in phases.
Those who will take the admission test in Diploma in Midwifery will be given a choice of any 10 midwifery institutes out of 41 government institutes.
In short; When applying, choose/select 10 government nursing colleges or institutes of your choice in phases.
You will serialize 10 institutes in a good way in the period of your choice, give the number 1 choice to the one you want to study in these 10. If you don’t get a chance in No. 1 College / Institute, then you will give Choice No. 2 to the one you want to study in. In this way you will give 10 Nursing College / Institute Choice of your choice in stages
Depending on the number you get in the Nursing Admission Test, the number you get in SSC + HSC GPA, and the serial of the nursing college/institute of your choice, “You will get a chance or be admitted in any nursing college/institute”.
Considering all these aspects, the national merit list will be published in a fully computerized manner and the waiting list will be published. You can view the results online after the results are published.
It may be mentioned that there is 1 government Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery Institute and 1 Diploma in Midwifery Institute and 2 BSc in Nursing colleges in Dhaka. Everyone dreams of studying in Dhaka, so the nursing colleges/institutes in Dhaka who will give 1st Choice, comparatively many more marks are needed to get a chance.
6 Centers (Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Sylhet, Rangpur, Mymensingh) Nursing Admission Test?
Nursing admission test will be held on the same day, at the same time in 7 centers all over Bangladesh.
Candidates can appear for the Nursing Admission Test at any of these 6 centers (Dhaka, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Khulna, Barisal, Sylhet, Rangpur and Mymensingh). No problem.
For example, suppose, your home is Khagrachhari, you can take the test in Dhaka if you want or you can take the test in the Chittagong center if you want. However, anyone can take the test at one of the centers.
Think again, someone’s home is in Dhaka, he can take the test in Dhaka if he wants or he can take the test in Barisal center if he wants. However, anyone can take the test at one of the centers.
Think again, someone’s home is Comilla, if he wants he can take the test in Dhaka or Barisal or if he wants he can take the test in Khulna center. However, anyone can take the test at one of the centers.
That is, in simple words – depending on the wishes of the examinee, he will take the admission test in any center. Admission test can be given in any of the 6 centers mentioned.
So, at the center where you want to take the test, when you apply, there will be an option to select that center, just select it.
And your test center, where the seat will be, will be written on the admit card.
For now, determine which of the 6 centers you want to test.
What is the minimum chance to get a chance in a government nursing college/institute?