Diploma & BSc in Nursing and Midwifery Admission Circular 2019-2020

Nurses are frequently the first and sometimes the only health professional that people see, and the excellence of their early valuation, care, and treatment is vital. They are also part of their local community, and they share their culture, strengths, and vulnerabilities and can shape and deliver effective mediations to meet the needs of patients, families, and communities.

Nursing Admission Circular 2019 – 2020

There are two forms of pre-service education in nursing; one is a Diploma in Nursing, and another is BSc in Nursing.

  • There are 1570 seats in Diploma in Nursing and 700 seats in BSc in Nursing.
  • The course duration of Diploma in Nursing is 3 years, while the course duration of BSc in Nursing is 4 years.
  • 43 Govt Nursing Institute under the Department of Nursing and midwifery of Bangladesh Government manage all the courses.
  • The admission circular of Diploma & BSc in Nursing and Midwifery Admission Circular 2019-2020 has not published yet.

Important Nursing Admission Timeline

  • Application process starting:
  • Application process ending:
  • Admission test began:
  • Admission test end:
  • Website Link: http://www.bnmc.gov.bd/

List of Nursing Institute in Bangladesh

  • Dhaka Nursing College, Dhaka
  • College of Nursing, Mohakhali, Dhaka
  • Faujdarhat Nursing College, Chittagong
  • Bogra Nursing College, Bogra
  • Mymensingh Nursing College, Mymensingh
  • Sylhet Nursing College, Sylhet
  • Barisal Nursing College, Barisal
  • Rajshahi Nursing College, Rajshahi
  • Rangpur Nursing College, Rangpur

Number of seats in Government Nursing Institute

  • Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery (3 years) – Total Seats – 2580
  • Diploma in Midwifery (3 years) – Total seats – 975
  • B.Sc. in Nursing – (4 years) Total seats –1100

Eligibility for Nursing Admission (Check Whether You Are Eligible or Not)

B.Sc. in Nursing (4 years)

  • SSC: minimum-3.0
  • HSC: minimum-3.0
  • SSC+HSC total: minimum: 6.00

Diploma in Nursing Science (3 years)

  • SSC: minimum-2.5
  • HSC: minimum-3.0
  • SSC + HSC total: minimum: 5.50

Diploma in Midwifery (3 years)

  • SSC: minimum-2.5
  • HSC: minimum-3.0
  • SSC + HSC total: minimum: 5.50

Mark Distribution of Nursing Admission Examination

Here are the details of the admission exam mark distribution.

Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery

  • Bangla= 25 marks
  • English= 25 marks
  • General science  = 40 marks
  • General knowledge = 10 marks
  • Total = 100 marks

Diploma in Midwifery

  • Bangla= 25 marks
  • English= 25 marks
  • General science                = 40 marks
  • General knowledge= 10 marks
  • Total= 100 marks

B.Sc. in Nursing

  • Bangla= 15 marks
  • English= 15 marks
  • Physics= 15 marks
  • Chemistry= 15 marks
  • Biology= 15 marks
  • Math= 15 marks
  • General knowledge= 10 marks
  • Total= 100 marks

Exam System of Nursing Admission

  • Total marks – 100
  • Total question – 100 MCQ
  • Admission test held on MCQ System
  • No electronic device is allowed

Admission Requirements and Conditions for Candidates

Both Bangladeshi and International Students can apply for nursing admission. But both have to follow some rules and regulation. They are:

Bangladeshi Candidate

  • SSC equivalent and HSC/equivalent pass
  • Diploma and Nursing and Diploma in midwifery or equivalent/ Diploma in nursing science
  • candidate must have updated registration from Bangladesh Nursing and Midwifery
  • Candidate must have updated registration from Bangladesh Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Experience: 1. at least 02 years of job experience in any govt. Organization as a senior staff nurse and you have to submit a testimonial of your job from your authority 2. Those who have experience in the non-govt organization can also apply, and there is a little negotiation in experience requirement for them
  • You have to submit your Health test certificate which is certified by an authorized doctor

International Candidate

  • Secondary School or Equivalent passed
  • Diploma in nursing passed
  • Candidate must have Updated Registration from Nursing Council of his Country
  • Experience: Candidate must have at least 02 years’ experience after Diploma in nursing
  • Health certificate, certified by an authorized Doctor
  • Foreign or International students have to apply via Embassy

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