Questions related to KVM College of Nursing, Alappuzha
how get admission on this college for Bsc.Nursing?
I would like to inform you that the admissions for BSc. Nursing in KVM College of Nursing have already started.
Candidates must have passed Higher Secondary Examination of the Board of Higher Secondary Education of Kerala or any equivalent examination recognized by any of the Universities in the State of Kerala with a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and a minimum of 50% marks in English in second year to be eligible for the course. Further, candidates should be of at least 17 years of age. 50% of the seats are based on Merit, 50% are based on management Quota, and out of this, 15% of the total seats are reserved for NRI.
Application for the B.Sc. Nursing course can be registered only online through a single application.For this, you can visit the website- www.pncmak.org . Submission of more than one application by a candidate can lead to rejection. Selection to Government quota is through the merit list published by ‘The Director, LBS, Centre for Science and Technology’- www.lbscentre.in .
For more details, you can visit: https://www.kvmcollegeofnursing.in/bsc-nursing/
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