The Nursing Officer Recruitment Common Eligibility Test (NORCET 2023) has received additional seats, according to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi. The number of seats has increased by 332 because to the addition of seats at AIIMS Guwahati, AIIMS Manglagiri, and LHMC & SSKH. More individuals will be able to apply for the exam, which is a necessary step in becoming an Indian nursing officer as a result of this action. We will go through all the information you require concerning NORCET 2023 in this article.
Seat Matrix is as Follows
|LHMC & SSKH||52|
The NORCET 2023 registration period ran from April 12th, 2023, until May 5th, 2023, at 5:00 PM. Only candidates who have earned a BSc in nursing or a diploma in general nursing and midwifery from an Indian nursing council are eligible to apply. The age restriction should range from 18 to 30 years old.
On June 3, 2023, a three-hour online CBT exam will be administered. There will be 200 MCQs totaling 200 marks, with four possible answers for each. Each incorrect response will result in a 1/3 mark deduction.
For UR/EWS, 45% for OBC, and 40% for SC&ST, 50% in the recruitment examination will qualify an applicant. Regardless of the categorization, PWBD will receive an additional 5% relaxation.
The number of posts listed is merely a rough estimate that could change. It’s possible that institutions that aren’t now posting job openings will later. The number of seats for NORCET 2023 has increased by 332 thanks to the addition of seats at AIIMS Guwahati, AIIMS Manglagiri, and LHMC & SSKH.
Out of 52 openings at LHMC & SSKH, 09 positions (03 current + 2 carried forward backlog openings for the first year + 04 backlog openings for the second year) are designated for PWBD candidates. Carrying forward and backlog openings may be filled by applicants other than PWBDs if there are no appropriate PWBD candidates available.
PWBDs contained total openings to be filled horizontally across several categories for AIIMS Guwahati and Manglagiri. According to the resolution made at the CIB’s fourth meeting, which was held on July 27, 2019, 80% of seats are designated for women and 20% for men.
The performance of candidates in the CBT mode examination will serve as the basis for the NORCET 2023 selection procedure. Candidates’ knowledge and skill in the field of nursing and related subjects will be evaluated during the exam. Candidates will be contacted for a document verification round if their score is higher than the qualifying mark. A merit list will be created based on the results of the verification, and candidates will be assigned seats in the appropriate institutions according to their placement on the list.
It is a positive development that more applicants would be able to apply for the Nursing Officer Recruitment Common Eligibility Test (NORCET) 2023 at AIIMS Guwahati, AIIMS Manglagiri, and LHMC & SSKH. Candidates who fit the qualifications and want to go into nursing should take advantage of this chance and study hard for the test. They can ensure a successful future in the nursing field by putting in the necessary effort and commitment.