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for bsc nursing NEET compulsory or not ?
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As per the released notice, NEET UG scores may be used for admission to B.Sc nursing courses. So it is not mandatory to qualify the NEET 2021 to get admission into B.Sc nursing courses. But some of the institute are taking admission based on NEET scores too.
Eligibility criteria for B.Sc nursing
Minimum age:Aspirants should be 17 years as of December 31 on the year of nursing admission.
Qualifying examination: Candidates should have passed Class 12 with physics, chemistry, biology and english as compulsory subjects.
Aggregate marks:Aspirants belonging from General category must have passed the qualifying examination with 45% marks, while for SC/ST/OBC the minimum marks should be 40%.
Reservation policy:3% of the reservation will be provided to the Person with Disability (PwD) candidates.
Some of the top institute like BHU ,JIPMER have released notifictaion that they will conduct nursing admission based on NEET 2021 scores
For further details you can visit the given link below
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