Midwifery & Nursing Admission Circular 2023-2024 | bnmc.gov.bd
Admission notice for the BSC and diploma programmes in nursing and midwifery for the academic year 2023–2024. The notice for the 2024 nursing admission circular has been posted on www.bnmc.gov.bd and bnmc.teletalk.com.bd. The crucial instructions and requirements for submitting an application for the BSc and Diploma Nursing Science and Midwifery Admission Test in the current session are contained in this article.
Midwifery & Nursing Admission Circular 2023-2024
The Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery, the Diploma in Midwifery, and the BSc in Nursing are the three-degree programmes that the Bangladesh Nursing and Midwifery Council offers, each with a distinct length of three or four years. You can apply for admission if you want to become a nurse, but it’s important to be aware of all the requirements beforehand, including minimum eligibility standards, seat availability, grade distribution, application procedures, and other pertinent information.
|Application Start: 04 October 2023|
Last Date: 16 October 2023 (11.59 PM)
Payment Deadline: 15 April 2023 (11.59 PM)
Application Fee: 700 Taka (Nursing) & 500 Taka (Midwifery)
Exam Date: 26 May 2023 (10.00 AM) ( Revised)
Admit Card Download: From 18 May 2023Apply
Candidates must be Bangladeshi nationals and under 22 years old.
Candidates must have passed the SSC or equivalent exam in 2019 and 2020, as well as the HSC or equivalent test in 2024 and 2023.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSc in Nursing): Students having a science background must have achieved a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 7.00 in their SSC and HSC or equivalent exams to be eligible for admission. It’s vital to remember that any exam with a GPA of less than 3.00 will not be taken into consideration, and both examinations must have a minimum Biology GPA of 3.00.
Students from all academic disciplines, including Science, Arts, and Commerce, are able to apply for this unit in the diploma programme in nursing science and midwifery or the diploma programme in midwifery. They must, however, have passed their SSC and HSC or comparable exams with a minimum combined Grade Point Average (GPA) of 6.00.
Distribution by Marks
|For BSC in Nursing||For Diploma in Midwifery / Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery|
|Bangla – 20|
English – 20
Math – 10
Science(Physics+Chemistry+Biology) – 30
General Knowledge – 20
|Bangla – 20|
English – 20
Math – 10
General Science – 25
General Knowledge – 25
Pass Marks – 40
A total of 150 points will be used to evaluate candidates; 100 of those points will go towards the admissions exam, and the final 50 points will be determined by the grade point average (GPA) of the candidates. Multiple-choice questions (MCQs) will be the focus of the hour-long admissions test. The distribution of scores for each subject is shown below.
GPA Calculation Method
The evaluation of the student’s SSC and HSC Grade Point Average (GPA) results will receive a total of 50 marks.
- SSC GPA Score x 4 = 20 (Highest)
- HSC GPA Score x 6 = 30 (Highest)
There are many seats available for the BSc in Nursing and Diploma in Midwifery programmes, and as per the government’s directives, even more seats might become available.
- Nursing BSc Course, 1200
- Institute for Diploma Nursing, Science, and Midwifery – 2730
- Midwifery degree: 1050
For second-generation freedom fighters—their offspring and grandchildren—2% of the seats will be set aside.
60% of the applicants for the remaining 98% of seats will be chosen based on national merit.
The district quota mechanism will be used to fill the remaining 40% of seats.