PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Admit Card 2017 Download & Exam Dates

PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Admit Card 2017 Download & Exam Dates
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PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Admit Card 2017

PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Admit Card 2017 – Download PGI Chandigarh B.Sc Nursing 2017 Call Letter/ Hall Ticket & Exam Date Available on the Official Website

PGIMER B.Sc Nursing 2017 Admit card Notification:

Good News for Candidates, The PGIMER has released the B.Sc Nursing Admit card 2017 for all the eligible candidates who applied for the entrance exam. Students can download their PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Exam Hall Ticket 2017 from the University official website.

PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Hall Ticket 2017

Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research is going to organize B.Sc Nursing Entrance Exam 2017.

The students can download the admit card from the official site of the PGIMER. In order to get admit card, students can access to the website & click on the link for getting admit card. Students have to fill in their unique Id and password & submit it. Your admit card will display on a screen and take printed for future use.

Name of OrganisationPost Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh
Official Website
AdmissionPGI Chandigarh B.Sc Nursing Admission 2017-2018
Name of ExamPGIMER Chandigarh B.Sc. Nursing Entrance Exam 2017
Name of CourseB.Sc. Nursing
CategoryAdmit Card, Exam Dates, Hall Ticket

PGIMER B.Sc. Nursing Entrance Exam 2017 for B.Sc Nursing and B.Sc. Nursing (Post Basic) Admissions

Admission to all courses is made once a year. The session for B.Sc. Nursing (4 years) and B.Sc. Nursing (Post-Basic) shall commence from 1st September of each year. The admission notice is published in leading newspapers in India usually during the months of May/June every year.

Educational Programs

1. B.Sc. Nursing (4 Years) Program (only for female candidates)

2. B.Sc. Nursing (Post-Basic) – 2 years Program

No. of Seats for B.Sc. Nursing Course

B.Sc. Nursing (4 yrs): 93 Seats [Gen – 47, SC – 14, ST – 07, OBC – 25 & PWD – 03]

B.Sc. Nursing (Post Basic): 62 Seats [Gen – 22, SC – 07, ST – 04, OBC – 14 for PGI Staff – 15 & PWD-02]

The no. of seats mentioned for PWD will be adjusted against the category to which he/she belongs; the candidates having disability to the tune of 40% to 50% of lower extremity declared by authorized Medical Board of the State Govt./Govt. of India or any other Competent Authority authorized in this regard by the Gov having Nursing expert as a member of the Board only to be considered

How to Download PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Admit Card?

Candidates need to follow the Step by Step procedure given below.

Step 1 : Firstly, Visit the Official Website of PGIMER i.e. or Click on direct links given below.

Step 2 : Click on Login button, to login with your login id and password.

Step 3 : Click on ‘PRINT ADMIT CARD’ to download and print your Admit Card. (Please Note that Admit Card(s) will NOT be sent by Post).

Step 4 : Intimation about when to download the Admit Card will be sent to you through email.

Click Here to Download Admit Card

PGIMER B.Sc Nursing admit card Contains Important Details:

  • Name of the Candidates
  • photograph.
  • signature.
  • Registration No.
  • Roll Number.
  • Date of Birth.
  • Name of the Papers
  • Date and Timing of examination.
  • Venue of examination/ Exam Centre.
  • Important User Instructions.
  • address for correspondence.
Note: A copy of the downloaded admit card should be produced at the time of examination. The original admit card will be issued to the candidate during the Paper examination. This original admit card must be retained safely till all the formalities of admission are complete.

PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Admit Card & Exam Date 2017

PGIMER B.Sc Nursing Admit Card & Exam Date 2017 : The National Institute of Nursing Education (NINE) is an integral part of PGI campus and is affiliated to the PGIMER, Chandigarh. The Nursing Institute is designated as WHO Collaborative Centre for Nursing and Midwifery development since March 2003. The nursing institute has been contributing to the preparation of clinical nurse practitioners, educators and administrators. Thus it is serving to promote health, prevent sickness and provides bedside care to the sick and suffering.