​List of Nursing Colleges in Delhi (AIIMS) 

List of Nursing Colleges, Delhi, AIIMS

List of Nursing Colleges in Delhi (AIIMS)

We have listed best Nursing Colleges in Delhi and it’s recognized by Nursing Council and University. These Colleges in Delhi provide various courses such as GNM, BSC Nursing, P.C.BSC Nursing and MSC Nursing.


Admission to Nursing Courses based on allocation of seats. For instance, 85% of seats allocated to Delhi Region and 15% of seats allocated to Outside Delhi Region.


Distribution of Seats in Nursing Colleges in Delhi

Person with Disability (PWD) = 3%

CW including Paramilitary = 5%

Delhi = 85%

Outside Delhi = 15%


Seat Matrix

Delhi – General (16), SC (5), ST (1), OBC (8) = TOTAL (31)

Outside Delhi – General (3), SC (1), ST (NIL), OBC (2) = TOTAL (6)

Allocation of seats will be deleted or added depending upon the status of approval from university/Indian Nursing Council/dept of H&FW Government of Delhi.



Ahilya Bai College of Nursing, Lok Nayak Hospital, Dist. New Delhi, Delhi

Ahilya Bai College of Nursing, Lok Nayak Hospital, Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, New Delhi was established in July, 1993. B. Sc. (Hons.) Nursing Course of University of Delhi offered by the college extends over a period of four academic years, 8 semesters including Internship.

Subjects of the course include: Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Nursing foundation, Nutrition & Biochemistry, Psychology, Preventive Medicine & Epidemiology, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Educational Technology, Computers & Communication Skill, Obstetrical Nursing, Child health Nursing, Psychiatry & Mental Health Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Sociology, Research & Statistics, Management of Nursing Services & Education and Research Project. Students have Practical experience both in hospital and community settings. University examinations are held at the end of each semester. However, internal assessment is done continuously throughout the academic session by conducting term tests, seminars, assignments, projects, log book, patient assignments other reports etc.


Available Seats: 40 (Forty)

Available Courses – BSC Nursing (Hons)

Eligibility to Registration

Age (17) for General Categories and age limit is relaxed by a period of five years belonging to SC/ST

Qualifying Examination - Senior 4 School Certificate Examination conducted by CBSE/Council of the Indian School Certificate Examination (12years course) from a recognized school or an examination recognized as equivalent to, with 50% or more marks in the aggregate of 4 subjects including English (Core/Elective), Physics, Chemistry and Biology provided the student has passed in each subject separately.

Only Women Candidates eligible to apply for BSC Nursing (Hons).


Basis of Selection

The Selection of the candidates for admission to B. Sc. (Hons.) Nursing Course will be made on basis of the merit in the Entrance test. All candidates irrespective of their category have to appear for the Entrance test.

Entrance Test

The Entrance Test will be of two hours thirty minutes (2½ hours) duration and shall contain objective type (Multiple Choice) items. The test will be based on Senior School Certificate (10+2) curriculum of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and shall also include some items on English Comprehension & vocabulary and General Health.


Medical Fitness


Date of Advertisements – Advertisement will be first week of June every year.

Online Availability of Forms – First Week of June Every Year

Closing Date of Forms – Last Week of June Every Year

Last of Uploading 12 Mark Statement Result – Last Week of June Every Year

Date of Entrance Test – Last Week of June Every Year

Result of Entrance – Second Week of July Every Year


Counseling Schedule – Counseling will be conducted in two sessions (Morning and Evening Session). Counseling would be around 3 and 4th week of July.


Fee Structure


S. No. Charges Amount (in Rs.)

1. Registration Fee 5.00

2. University Enrolment fee (for fresh admission) 250.00

3. Delhi University Athletic fee (per annum) 50.00

 4. Delhi University Cultural Council fee (per annum) 10.00

5. University Development fee (per annum) 600.00

6. World University Service (per annum) 5.00

7. Examination Fees (University) Charges for Examination form 10.00 Theory Practical Ist Semester 1200.00 - 1200.00 IInd Semester 800.00 200.00 1000.00

 8. Mark Sheet (per semester) 100.00

9. Tuition fee to be paid in two installments July & Jan. (per annum) 250.00

10. Identity Card 100.00

11. Refundable deposits (Library & Breakage) 250.00

12. Health fee (per month) 20.00

13. Games fee (per month) 10.00 14. S.N.A. Activities (per annum) 1500

15. Additional expenses for hostel: (i) Hostel fee (payable in 4 equal installments of Rs. 150/- July, October, January and April) 600.00 (ii) Water, Fan, Geyser and Electricity fee (payable in 4 installments) 600.00 (iii) Mess Charges *(per month) 2200.00 (iv) Dhobi Charges (per month) 200.00

* Subject to change without notice, if necessary. Refund will be allowed for summer vacation and for a period not less than fifteen days with prior permission of Principal.



College of Nursing, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Ansari Nagar, Dist. New Delhi, Delhi.


Available Seats:  50 (Fifty)


Advertisement for Admission Notice to Join M.Sc., B.Sc. and Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing

Every year, AIIMS post their advertisement regarding admission for nursing courses in the month of March second week and close its online application first week of April. Nursing students can place in any seven AIIMS institution and after passing entrance and Interview. For prospectus and detailed information about you can visit website.

Eligibility and Method of Selection

M.Sc., Nursing                          

Candidates should have passed B.Sc., Nursing and have secured 60% marks for General/OBC candidates and for SC and ST candidates 55% of marks required to apply for admission. They should have 4 years B.Sc., nursing course (Hons)/ B.Sc., Nursing (Post certificate)/Post Basic/B.Sc., Nursing from any recognized University or educational institution recognized by the Indian Nursing Council. Candidates need to be register as Nurse Registered Nurse or Registered Midwife (RN, RM) from any state council. Candidates, who are due to appear at the qualifying examination or have already appeared and are awaiting result, can also apply for admission but at the time of joining they need produce degree certificates and show Registered Nurse Certificates from Indian Nursing Council/State Nursing Council. Selected candidates need show proof of recognition of their colleges at the time of verification of their documents.

B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing

Candidates should be Indian Citizen and has attained or will attain the age of 17 as on December during admission. Candidates need to pass 12th class examination under 10+2 system or students awaiting for results can apply, such candidates need to show proof of passing qualifying examination during joining B.Sc. (Hons.) nursing course. They need to have 55% of mark for Gen/OBC and 50% for SC and STs Categories.

B.Sc. Nursing (Post Basic)

Candidates should pass qualifying examination 10 +2 system of education from recognized Board/University (candidates who passed 10 +1 on or before 1986 are also eligible).

Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery from any institution recognized by the Indian Nursing Council

They should be registered as Registered Nurse or Registered Midwife from any state nursing council. In case of male nurse, along with registered nurse, they need to have training in Midwifery and training for 6 months in any of the following subjects

(1. O.T Techniques,  2. Ophthalmic Nursing,   3. Leprosy Nursing,  4. TB Nursing, 5. Psychiatric Nursing,   6. Neurological and Neuro Surgical Nursing,  7. Community Health Nursing,   8. Cancer Nursing   and 9. Orthopaedic Nursing)


Entrance Examination and Procedure for Selection

Admission will be entirely on entrance examination; those who have passed entrance for join the nursing course. For PG courses, candidate needs to have cut off 50 percentile in the competitive entrance examination.

M.Sc. Nursing

For M.Sc. Nursing courses, questions will be of 90 minutes duration and contain 90 multiple choice questions (MCQs) for 90 marks.



Merit candidates called for counseling and can select various subjects based on their rank and according to the availability of seats.

Candidates with equal mark, selections will be based on less negative marks at the entrance examination and candidates older age will be preferred.

Entrance Test

Entrance test will be conducted in English language only.


B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing

Entrance for B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing will be conducted in following cities – Patna, Raipur, Delhi, Trivananthapuram, Mumbai, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Jodhpur, Chennai, Dehradun and Kolkata. Only female candidates will be eligible.

Candidates have one paper for duration of 2 hours and consisting of four parts containing objective type (Multiple Choice) questions.

Part A – Physics – 30 Marks

Part B – Chemistry – 30 Marks

Part C – Biology – 30 Marks

Part D – General Knowledge – 10 marks.

Total – 100 Marks.

Questions will be based on 10+2 education and there is no prescribed syllabus by AIIMS.

Candidates who obtain equal marks, selections will be based on

1. Higher marks in Biology in entrance examination

2. Higher marks in Chemistry in entrance examination

3. Higher marks in Physics in entrance examination

4. Candidates with older age will be preferred.


B.Sc. (Post Basic) Nursing

The examination will be held in Delhi only and test will be in English language only.

The test will be conducted in two stage. Stage 1: Written test and Stage 2: Personal Assessment/Interview

Written test will be of 90 minutes of one paper containing 70 objective type questions (Multiple Choice) in the subjects of Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmocology, Obstetrics Nursing and Midwifery, Paediatric Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing and Professional Trends in Nursing.


Personal assessment will be based on past academic attained in 10+2/Higher Secondary, nursing examination and performance as staff nurse.


There will be negative marking for wrong answers in entrance examination for all the couses. Each correct response will get a score of +1 mark. Each incorrect response will get a score of -1/3. No credit will be given for the question not answered or MARKED FOR REVIEW unless Saved. More than one response will be negatively marked. Zero mark will be given for questions not answered.



Rajkumari Amrit Kaur College of Nursing, Lajpat Nagar, Dist. New Delhi, Delhi.


Available Seats: 45 (Forty Five)


RajKumari Amrit Kaur College is one of the oldest nursing colleges for nursing education in India and South East Asia. It is controlled financially by Ministry of Health and family Welfare and academically affiliated to University of Delhi as Department of Nursing under faculty of science. Main objective of this college is to provide nursing education and research in the field of Nursing.


This institution is created in 1946 and started BSC (Hons) to train young women as nursing professional to serve the needs of the country. In subsequent years, Masters (M.SC) and Doctoral programme started in the field of Nursing.


The college is also recognized as a programme study centre by IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University) for conducting post basic B.Sc. Nursing Course.


BSC (Hons) Nursing degree duration – 4 Years (8 Semesters)

MSC Nursing degree duration – 2 Years (4 Semesters)

Doctorate of Philosphy  (PhD in Nursing)

Duration of Course – 4 Years (including 2 years residency)


Availability of application form on college website

For MSC Nursing, application form available in the month of Feb and BSC Nursing (Hons) in the month of March.

Entrance Test will be conducted in the month of April and June.

Seat Acceptance fee for MSC Nursing is 1000 INR

Selection Procedure (Steps)

BSC (Hons) Nursing - Application, Entrance and Counseling and Admission of candidate

Entrance Test – Duration 2 Hours and 30 Minutes and includes Multiple Choice Questions.

Questions for entrance examination – Physics, Chemistry and Biology and English Comprehension and general knowledge in health

Total Seats for BSC (Hons) Nursing – 72

Percentage of Seat Allocation – SC and ST (15%), OBC (27%), foreign candidates – 3 Seats (5%)

5% of the seats are reserved for the children/widow/wives of officers and men of the armed forces

MSC Nursing Seat Allocation

Category – 1 (50% of seats to candidates studied Nursing  in university of Delhi)

Category – 2 (50% of seats to candidates studied Nursing from other recognized universities)

Selection Procedure – Entrance test (2 hours and 30 minutes), shall contain objective type questions and questions based on the BSC Nursing syllabus prescribed by INC.

Total Seats Available – 24 + 1

SC and ST – 22% and 27% for OBC Candidates

Foreign Candidate – One Seat

5% of seats allocated to children/widows/wives of officers and men of the armed forces (including paramilitary personnel)

Person with Disability (PWD) – 5%

Economically Weaker Section – 10%

Seat created by power of Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi.


Rufaida College of Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Jamia Hamdard Hamdard City, Dist. Delhi, Delhi.


Available Seats:
50 (Fifty)


Rufaida College of Nursing is one of the oldest institutions in Delhi. It is established in the year 1983, started BSC (Hons) in the year 1994 and in the year of 2008, MSC Nursing is started.


To provide  quality nursing education and prepare humane and competent global nursing professionals capable of rendering highest level of quality patient care and  make contribution towards education and research in the field of Nursing


To create an institution of national and international repute in Nursing and Midwifery, offering state of the art education, entailing the finest skills with compassionate patient care


Lakshmi Bai Batra College of Nursing, 45, 46, 47, Tughlakabad, Institutional Area Mehrauli, Badarpur Road, New Delhi – 110062, Delhi


Available Seats: 60 (Sixty)


Lakshmi Bai Batra College of Nursing is established in the year 1987. The courses offered are General Nursing and Midwifery (3 years program), duly recognized by Indian Nursing Council, BSC (Hons) – four year program in 2004 which is affiliated to GGSIP, University and recognized by Indian Nursing Council and Delhi Nursing Council.


College of Nursing, St. Stephen’s Hospital, Tis Hazari, Delhi Civil Lines Delhi Dist. Cental Delhi, Delhi.

Available Seats: 50 (Fifty)

St. Stephen's Hospital is a charitable healthcare institution; it is established and run by the minority Christian community administered by the Governing Body on behalf of the St. Stephen's Hospital Society.


Nursing Program

The College of Nursing is recognised as a Christian Minority Educational Institution. We are running the following programmes recognised by Indian Nursing Council and Delhi Nursing Council. The Graduate and Post-Graduate programmes are affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.:-

M.Sc Nursing with 8 Seats at present and duration of 2 years
B.Sc (Hons.) Nursing with 50 Seats and duration of 4 years
General Nursing and Midwifery with 50 Seats and duration of 3 years
Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing with 20 Seats from 2019-2020 onwards and duration of 2 years



College of Nursing, Lady Hardinge Medical College and Associated Hospitals, Panchikuin Road, New Delhi, Delhi.


Available Seats: 50 (Fifty)


The College of Nursing is academically affiliated to University of Delhi and is recognised by Indian Nursing Council and Delhi Nursing Council.


The College of Nursing, Lady Hardinge Medical College and associated Hospital New Delhi is pioneer institute for nursing education in India. It was started as a School of Nursing in 1916 and was up graded to College of imitative and financial support of Ministry of health & family welfare.


Courses Available – General Nursing and midwifery, BSC Nursing and MSC Nursing

College of Nursing, V M M C and Safdarjang Hospital, New Delhi – 110029, Delhi.


Available Seats:
50 (Fifty)

School of Nursing was established in the year 1960 for conducting a course on Dipoma in General Nursing and Midwifery – Course Duration (3.5 Years). In 2008, the school of nursing is upgraded to College of Nursing for conducting a course on BSC (Hons) Nursing Programme, duration of course (Four Years). These School and College of Nursing is affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh I.P. University and Recognized by Indian Nursing Council and Delhi Nursing Council.



Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital, College of Nursing Baba Khadak Singh Marg, New Delhi, Delhi.


Available Seats:
50 (Fifty)


College of Nursing offers different courses such as BSC Nursing, General Nursing and Midwifery and Master of Nursing. Total seats available for admission is 50 (Fifty), the college of nursing is duly recognized under I.P. University and Indian Nursing council and Delhi Nursing Council.


Address: Dr. Ram Manohar Lodhia Hospital & PGIMER, New Delhi, Delhi 110001


Phone: 011 2340 4286


Holy Family Hospital College of Nursing, Okhla Road, Dist. New Delhi, Delhi.


Available Seats: Fifty (50)


College of Nursing offers admission to BSC Nursing and Post Basic Nursing courses

Selection of the candidates will be done on the merit of selection test.





School of Nursing, Army Hospital Research and Referral Dhaulakuan, Delhi Cantt, New Delhi, Delhi.


Available Seats: 50 (Fifty)



Army College of Nursing (ACN) is established for female dependants of Army personnel/Ex-servicemen with effect from Aug 2005. ACN is functioning under the aegis of Army Welfare Education Society (AWES)

Courses offered: BSC Nursing

College is duly recognized by BABA FARID UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, FARIDKOT Indian Nursing Council and Delhi Nursing council.


Application form will be issued in the month of April or May (Every Year)


Online Admission Test will be conducted to select the candidates.


Results will be declared in official college website.


FEE Structure for BSC Nursing Course: 28,000 INR (First year)