Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has made a significant decision to address the state’s paramedical staff shortage in both public and private medical colleges. This will be the first time in the state that a joint entrance examination for B.Sc Nursing will be held. Approximately 8,000 students will be admitted to the state’s government and private B.Sc Nursing colleges. The application deadline has been extended to July 15th. Students must go to the KGMU website, www.kgmu.org, and the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Medical College website.
- 8000 seats offered for admission.
- 1900 seats of B.Sc Nursing in Government Medical College.
- 7800 Seats in a Private B.Sc Nursing Colleges
Private B.Sc. colleges will also be grading.
- 1. NAAC grading of private B.Sc. colleges
- 2. John Hopkins University will provide assistance in improving quality.
- 3. Private BSc colleges that meet the standard will be chosen: A. B, C. Category
- 4. BSc Bio with Inter Biology students will be able to apply
- 5. Until 2017, the state had only one institute, which was established in Kanpur in 1972.
- 6. In 2013, three districts were approved: Agra, Jhansi, and Meerut.
- 7. No college could be run without merit.
You must apply through the link on the university’s website, www.abvmuup.edu.in. It is possible that the exam will take place in the last week of July. Nursing and paramedics had been neglected since independence until 2017. As a result, qualified nursing and paramedic staff are in short supply in government medical colleges.
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In the state, there are 35 government medical colleges and 30 private medical colleges. There is a shortage of paramedics, particularly nurses. A large proportion of the state’s nursing staff is from Kerala and Karnataka.