Editorial Team

The Directorate General of Medical Services (Army) recently announced the result of Indian Army B. Sc Nursing 2021. The Military Nursing Services (MNS) exam was conducted on 28th July 2021, followed by personal interviews for the selected candidates in August and September.

Securing her name in the merit list with All India Rank 8, Delhi’s Bhumika Dalal, a student of Vidyamandir Classes, New Delhi, has been selected for B.Sc Nursing Course 2021 at the College of Nursing, Army Hospital(R&R) Delhi.

With a total score of 224.9, Bhumika secured 147.5 in the computer-based examination and 77.4 in the personal interview.

“Having worked really hard towards this goal, I was confident of scoring well. My results are solely attributed to the stupendous coaching mechanism employed at VMC that brings out the best out of every student. The expert faculty worked diligently on our concepts and better understanding” said Bhumika Dalal.

Of the total female candidates applying for the course, only 664 were shortlisted for the personal interview, out of which only 220 candidates have been offered admission to the Four-Year B.Sc (Nursing) course at six institutions located in Pune, Kolkata, Asvini, New Delhi, Lucknow and Bangalore, under the Armed Forces Medical Services throughout India.

VMC congratulates Bhumika Dalal for her outperforming results and wishes her success & excellence in her new endeavours. The success of our students in various competitive exams, year after year bears testimony to the fact that our unique way of teaching has succeeded in bringing out the best in students. We are very proud of the achievements of our students and teachers” said Mr Saurabh Kumar- Director- Academics, Vidyamandir Classes.

All the selected candidates will be required to execute an agreement/bond to serve in the Military Nursing Service (MNS) on admission to the course. MNS entrance examination was held in computer-based mode from General English, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, and General Intelligence subjects.

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