The All India Institute of Medical Sciences has released the AIIMS Jodhpur, Rishikesh Staff Nurse Admit Card 2017. The candidates who have applied for the post of Staff Nurse Grade II of AIIMS, Jodhpur and AIIMS Rishikesh can download the exam e-call letter now.
The Staff Nurse Grade II call letters have been uploaded on the official websites of AIIMS Jodhpur and AIIMS Rishikesh i.e. www.aiimsjodhpur.edu.in and www.aiimsrishikesh.edu.in respectively. The Exam is scheduled to be held on 25th March 2017 for both of the institutions.
Take a look at the direct links of downloading the Staff Nurse Grade II Examination Call Letters 2017. The Staff Nurse admit card link to be activated from 14th March 2017.
|AIIMS Jodhpur||AIIMS Rishikesh|
|Exam Notice||Exam Notice|
|Download Admit Card||Download Admit Card|
|Online Exam Date 25th March 2017||–do–|
|Admn/Estt/09/01/2015-AIIMS. JDH||21/08/2015-RIS/ (ADMN)/1670|
(Note: All the candidates are required to download their Admit Card from the official website of AIIMS exam. Only Admit Cards, which are downloaded from the official website, will be valid to enter the examination hall. The hall tickets will not be sent to the candidates by post.)
AIIMS Staff Nurse Grade II Exam Schedule
The AIIMS Staff Nurse Grade II Exam will be held on March 25, 2017, Saturday across the country jointly for AIIMS Jodhpur and AIIMS Rishikesh. The exam will be held in two shifts i.e. Morning Shift/ First Shift and Afternoon Shift/ Second Shift.
The first shift will be conducted from 9 in the morning to 12 in the noon while the second shift will be conducted from 2:30 in the afternoon to 5:30 in the evening.
Let’s take a look at the scheme of the examination here:
AIIMS Staff Nurse Grade II Exam Pattern 2017
The duration of the exam will be 3 hours (180 minutes). There will be 200 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) carrying 200 marks. Each question will carry one mark and will have four alternatives. There will also be negative marking of 1/3 marks for each wrong answer.
The candidates belonging to UR category will need to secure minimum 50% marks to qualify the examination while students belonging to OBC category will need to secure 45% marks and candidates from SC and ST category will need to secure minimum 40% marks.