Indian Army BSc Nursing 2019 result announced; 498 candidates selected for interview

Indian Army BSc Nursing 2019 result announced; 498 candidates selected for interview
Priyam Dave | Mar 26, 2019 - 12:39 p.m. IST
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New Delhi, March 26: The Directorate General of Medical Services (Army) has announced the result of Indian Army BSc Nursing 2019 exam on March 25. The result has been released in downloadable pdf format, and contains details like the roll number of candidates, marks obtained in the entrance exam, and serial number. The result document, in addition, also contains the interview schedule for shortlisted candidates, test centre details and information on list of documents to be carried and other instructions for the interview.

As many as 28348 candidates took the BSc Nursing entrance test, of which only 498 are shortlisted for interview round. There are total of 160 seats that are offered by the six participating institutes of Indian Army BSc Nursing 2019.

How to check Indian Army BSc Nursing 2019 Result

  • To check the Army BSc Nursing result, Click here

  • The pdf containing the result will be displayed on screen

  • Search your roll number

The candidate needs to download and take a printout of the result.

Details displayed on the result

  • Serial Number

  • Roll Number

  • Marks secured in the exam

Also, the authority has released the list of candidates who have been shortlisted for Indian Army BSc Nursing interview. The interview for the shortlisted aspirants will be conducted on May 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17, 2019. Such candidates must report at the allotted centre for verification of relevant documents and completion of selection procedure. To download the Indian Army BSc Nursing 2019 list of shortlisted candidates, check the link provided above.

What next?

Candidates who qualify Indian Army BSc Nursing 2019 exam and get shortlisted for the interview process have to report at the designated venue as per the schedule mentioned on the result document. Such candidates will also required to go through a medical examination.

When reporting for counselling, the candidate needs to bring printout of the interview call letter; it will be sent via email to all candidates who have qualified in the exam.

A final merit list will be released after completion of the medical examination, taking into consideration the results of the medical examination and scores of the exam and interview.

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