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MNS stands for Military Nursing Services. It is the Nursing Branch of Indian Armed Forces. It is an all-women nursing officer corp of Indian Armed Forces under which a female serves as a nursing officer. It is an integral part of the Indian Armed Forces M

Educational Qualification Candidate must have passed 10+2 exam with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English with not less than 50% aggregate marks. Age Limit Minimum age - 17 years Maximum age - 25 years

Selection Procedure for MNS consists of the following stages - Written Test Interview Medical Exam

The cut off marks range for MNS is between 85-110. Cut Off refers to the minimum marks which a candidates needs to score in order to clear the MNS examination.

The syllabus for MNS includes the following subjects: - Part I English (total 50 marks) Part II General intelligence (total 50 marks) Part III Science (total 50 marks covering biology, physics and chemistry)

Form Release Date- November-December MNS Exam Date- January-February

Total time allotted 90 minutes (1 hour 30 minutes) Total question 150 question Total section of questions 3 Marking scheme 1 marks will be awarded for one right attempt No negative marking

A candidate must have passed class 12th in Science Stream with subjects Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English.

A candidate must have scored minimum 55 % marks in class 12th Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English.

A person having foreign citizenship cannot apply for MNS but If He/She has an Indian passport and documents supporting his/her claim of Indian citizenship then they can apply for MNS.

The toughness level varies from easy to difficult depending upon a candidate's approach and preparation.

4-year nursing officer training course under B.Sc (Nursing) course at 6 established defence medical establishments across the nation.

NO, There is no negative marking scheme in MNS Exam. 1 marks will be awarded for one right attempt. For every wrong answer, a candidate gets 0.

NO, MNS is a woman only exam for becoming nursing officers under AFMS (Armed Forces Medical Services).