The cut off depends from university to university and is generally determined by the previous years cut-off.
Candidates who wish to pursue B.Sc nursing courses:
• B.Sc (Basic) - Candidates should pass 10+2 in Phhsics, Chemistry and Biology and the candidate must be Medically fit
• B.Sc (Post-Basic) - Candidates should pass 10+2 in PCB. Those who have passed 10+1 are also eligible for admission. The candidate must have obtained a cerificatr in General Nursing and Midwifery and registered as R.N.R.M (Registered Nurse Registered Midwife) with the state nurses registration council. Also, a proof of training by Indian Nursing Council or equivalent is required in the following domain:
• O.T. Techniques
• Ophthalmic Nursing
• Leprosy Nursing
• TB Nursing
• Psychiatric Nursing
• Neurological and Neurosurgical Nursing
• Community health Nursing
• Cancer Nursing
• Orthopedic Nursing
Hope this helps you, Good luck!