Aspiring candidates seeking admission into the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSc Nursing) program in Uttar Pradesh (UP) must prepare themselves for the upcoming Common Entrance Test (CNET) 2023. The Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical University (BVMU) is responsible for organizing the entrance exam on behalf of the Uttar Pradesh Directorate General of Medical Education (UPDGME). The successful completion of the CNET is a crucial step towards securing admission to government and private nursing colleges in UP.
Eligibility Criteria and Exam Details:
To be eligible for UP BSc Nursing Admission 2023, candidates must perform well in the Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by ABVMU. It is worth noting that candidates who have successfully cleared the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test Undergraduate (NEET UG) are also eligible to apply for UP BSc Nursing Admission.
The UPDGME has released the counseling schedule for BSc Nursing, and the application process commenced on April 15, 2023, and will conclude on May 18, 2023. Candidates can apply within this time frame to participate in the counseling round and secure admission to their desired nursing colleges.
The CNET for UP BSc Nursing Entrance Exam 2023 is scheduled to take place on June 04, 2023. The exam will consist of six sections: Nursing Aptitude, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, General Knowledge (GK), and English. The question paper will contain a total of 180 questions, with each section carrying a different weightage.
- Nursing Aptitude – 40 question
- Chemistry – 40 question
- Physics – 40 questions
- Biology – 40 question
- Gk – 20 questions
- English – 20 questions
Practice with Previous Year Questions:
To assist candidates in their exam preparation, a PDF containing previous year’s question papers for the UP BSc Nursing Entrance Exam has been made available. This resource enables candidates to familiarize themselves with the exam pattern, understand the type of questions asked, and practice effectively.
The PDF includes questions from each subject area, covering Nursing Aptitude, Chemistry, Physics, Biology, General Knowledge, and English. By practicing with these previous year questions, candidates can assess their knowledge, identify areas that require further attention, and improve their performance in the upcoming CNET.