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IGNOU Post Basic BSc Nursing exam on November 9, admit cards available at ignou.ac.in

The tests will be held in 47 examination centres accommodating 4,626 candidates. The hall tickets are available for download on the official website — ignou.ac.in

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: November 5, 2019 5:25:57 pm
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Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) will be conducting entrance tests on November 9, Saturday for admission into the Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing programme. The batch will commence from January 2020. The tests will be held in 47 examination centres accommodating 4,626 candidates.

The hall tickets are available for download on the official website — ignou.ac.in. The candidates can download the hall ticket by entering their username and password and report to the examination centre. In case candidates are unable to download the admit card, they can contact the regional centre. The applicant must report at the examination centre 45 minutes before the commencement of the entrance test.

An entrance test will comprise 120 multiple choice questions. The duration of the test will be two and a half hours. It will be conducted in pen and paper mode through the OMR sheet. On clearing exam, candidates will be called for counselling.

To complete the course, students will have to earn 108 credits. This course has two major components: theory and practicals. It is divided into 22 courses; 11 theory and 11 practical.

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