Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital Campus

Est. 2000Mannadipet, Puducherry
About College

The Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital Campus, Mannadipet is a Private College, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Group of Institutions offer courses in Medicine, Engineering, Nursing, Polytechnic and Education offering 52 courses. Our campus spread across 225 acres of land with built up area of more than 25 Lakhs square feet to grown it. We have more than 12500 students, 2500 employees, 150 buses, hostel accommodation for 2000 students and more than 200 staff quarters. This College is affiliated to Puducherry Nursing Council  And for Graduate courses it's affiliated to  Puducherry university.

   COURSES                       INTAKE SEATS
B.Sc.Nursing 100                                   
P B Bsc Nursing 30
M.Sc Nursing 

 Medical-Surgical Nursing - 3

Community Health Nursing - 3

Mental Health (Psychiatric) Nursing-3 

Paediatric (Child Health) Nursing - 3

Obstetrics and Gynecological Nursing-3 

Address: Kalvi Vallal N. Kesavan Salai,Kalitheerthalkuppam, Madagadipet, Puducherry – 605 107

Phone No: 0413- 2643000, 2643014

Mobile No: 9047459956

Fax: 0413- 2641549,

E-Mail: [email protected]

Web Site:

Admission Process

ADMISSION TO UNDERGRADUATE PROFESSIONAL COURSES (NON-NEET BASED) IN THE U.T. OF PUDUCHERRY  To The “Government Quota Seats” In Private And Unaided Professional Colleges, Including The Minority Colleges:-B.Sc.(Nursing)),D.G.N.M.,POSTB.Sc.(Nursing),D.A.N.M.


Admission to the first year B.V.Sc. & A.H., / B.P.T., / B.Sc.(Nursing).,/ B.Sc.(MLT). / B.Sc. (MRIT)., / B.Tech., / B.Pharm., / B.A.LL.B.,/B.Sc.(Hons)Agriculture / B.Sc.,(Hons)Horticulture Degree courses & Diploma in Health Science courses (D.G.N.M. / D.A.N.M. / D.M.L.T. / D.C.E.C. / D.D.T./ D.A.P.T.) offered by the Colleges run by the Government in Regular mode (Direct & Lateral Entry) and seats offered by Other States are done by the Centralized Admission Committee (CENTAC), Government of

Admission to the “Government Quota Seats” in Private and Unaided Professional colleges, including the minority Colleges, will be as per the law/ regulation/ order of the Government of India, or of the Government of Puducherry, on the subject. Admission to the above degree courses is based on the performance of the candidates in the Higher Secondary or equivalent board examination.


B.Sc. (Nursing) Bachelor of Science (Nursing) 
D.G.N.MDiploma in General Nursing & Midwifery
D.A.N.M.Diploma in Auxiliary Nursing & Midwifery
 P.B.B.Sc. (Nursing) Post basic Bachelor of Science (Nursing) 

Seat matrix:- B.Sc. (Nursing) 

Management seat50%50
Government seat50%50
Verticle reservation  
Open Competition/ General Category (GEN)40%20
Other Backward Classes (OBC)11%6
Backward Classes Muslims (BCM)2%1
Most Backward Classes (MBC)18%9
Extreme Backward Classes (EBC)2%1
Scheduled Caste (SC)16%8
Backward Tribes (BT) .5%00
Scheduled Tribes (ST).5%00
Horizontal reservation  
Children/Grandchildren of Freedom Fighters (FF)4%2
Person with disability (PwD)5%3
Wards of Ex- Servicemen (Ex-SM)1%1
Meritorious Sports Persons (MSP) 1%1


B.Sc. (Nursing) Candidates seeking admission to the B.Sc. (Nursing) Degree courses must have passed H. Sc. (Academic) examination conducted by the Board of Higher Secondary Examination of Tamil Nadu or any other equivalent thereto, with a minimum of 45% marks (40% of marks for OBC / BCM / MBC / EBC / BT / SC candidates) in aggregate, in the prescribed subjects of physics, Chemistry and Biology / Botany and Zoology. Further, they should have studied English as one of the subjects.
D.G.N.M (for 10+2 qualified candidates)H. Sc. (10+2) or its equivalent passed with preferably Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology / Botany & Zoology) & English with 40% aggregate marks;
D.G.N.M (for ANM qualified candidates) Diploma in Multipurpose Health Worker / Auxiliary Nursing & Midwifery (DANM), or H. Sc. (10+2) vocational ANM with 40% aggregate marks under CBSE Boardit's or other equivalent board recognized by the Indian Nursing Council; and Registered as ANM with any State Nursing Registration Council.

H. Sc. (10+2) or its equivalent passed with not less than 40% aggregate marks with Science or Arts (Physics, Chemistry, Biology / Botany & Zoology, Mathematics, Biotechnology, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Business Studies, Accountancy, Home Science, Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy) and English. 


H.Sc..(10+2) in Multipurpose Health Care/ Worker only in Vocational Stream

 P.B.B.Sc. (Nursing) The selection of candidates will be based on the merit list drawn from the merit marks i.e. the aggregate marks obtained in the qualifying examination (D. G.N.M.)


ALL BIOLOGY BASED DEGREE COURSES:-For all Biology-based Degree courses, i.e. B.V.Sc.&A.H. / B.P.T.,/ B.Sc. (Nursing) / B.Sc. (MLT)/ B.Sc.(MERIT), admission is based on the marks secured by the candidates in the prescribed subjects in the qualifying examination (i.e. Biology / Botany & Zoology, Physics, and Chemistry) and normalizing them by the prescribed procedure. 



When more than one candidate has got the same marks in the common merit list (i.e. the merit list prepared after merging the normalized marks of candidates from various Boards), the inter-se merit among such candidates, for each course will be determined in the order of priority as specified in the table below:

All Biologybased courses.
  • Percentage of actual marks in Biology/Botany &Zoology
  • Percentage of actual marks in Physics
  • Percentage of actual marks in Chemistry
  • Total aggregate marks of all eligible subjects prescribed for the course
  • Date of Birth (Earlier born)
  • Computer Generated LOT assigned


Selection of Candidates for admission to all the degree courses will be based on the Merit lists prepared by CENTAC, based on the marks arrived at by adopting the ‘method of normalization’, as detailed in para below. Ranking of the candidates will be done based on the ‘normalized marks’ (rounded-off to three decimal places) arrived at, to a base of 200.

NORMALIZATION PROCEDURE In order to evolve a common base for equating the marks obtained by the candidates from various Boards of Examination, a “normalization procedure” is followed.

 The marks obtained by the students in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by the various Boards or Authority, and shall be equated with the marks obtained by the students in the same subjects in the qualifying examination, conducted by the State Board (i.e. state Board of School Examinations, Tamil Nadu), by adopting the method of normalization. 

EXPLANATION: Under the method of normalization, the highest mark obtained by the students of various Boards in each subject, shall be equated to the highest mark obtained by the students of the State Board in that subject, and the relative marks of other students in that subjects, shall be determined accordingly


If the highest marks secured by a student of the State Board, in Physics is 100 and the highest mark secured by a student of any other Board (say “X”), in the same subject is 90, then, both the highest marks will be considered to be equal to 100. If any other student of the other Board (i.e “X”), is 90, then, 60 marks secured by such a student will be considered to be equal to 66.667 marks as arrived at and given bellow: (100 x60) / 90 =66.667%
After normalization of marks of the eligible students of different Boards, in the relevant subjects, the “normalized marks” obtained shall be merged into a common merit list.
In case, where more than one student has got the same marks in the “COMMON MERIT LIST”, the ‘inter-se merit’ among such students shall be determined in the manner prescribed 


Selection of Candidates for admission to the Diploma courses (after Higher Secondary / 10+2) will be based on the percentage of total marks (merit marks) obtained in the respective Qualifying Examinations. Ranking of the candidates will be done based on the ‘merit marks’.

Procedure for “Tie Break” in the Merit Marks: When more than one candidate have got the same marks in the common merit list, the inter-se merit “among such candidates, for each course will be determined in the order of priority” as below

Order of priority for breaking the tie in the marks:

  • Percentage of actual marks in Biology/Botany &Zoology
  • Percentage of actual marks in Physics
  • Percentage of actual marks in Chemistry
  • Total aggregate marks of all eligible subjects prescribed for the course
  • Date of Birth (Earlier born)

Certificates to be produced to the Institute at the time of admission:

Birth Certificate / Proof of Date of Birth
10th Mark list 
12th Mark list 
Transfer /Migration Certificate 
Conduct Certificat
Nativity/Residence/PIC Certificate
Regional Certificate (if applicable) 

Managements Seat for  B.Sc.(N)/P.B.B.Sc.(N)/M.Sc.(N)

The application is meant for registering the candidate for Common EntranceTest B.Sc.(N)/P.B.B.Sc.(N)/M.Sc.(N)conducted by SRI BALAJI VIDYAPEETH-Deemed University for KASTURBA GANDHI NURSING COLLEGE, Pondy-Cuddalore Matn Road, Pillaiyarkuppam, Puducherry — 607402, and B.Sc(N) for at Shri Sathya Sai College of Nursing, SSSMCRI Campus, Chennai.

INFORNATION BROCHURE Common Entrance Test 2020 B.Sc.(N)/P.B.B.Sc.(N)/M.Sc.(N) CLICK VIEW

Candidates seeking admission to B.Sc. (N) will have to appear for a Common Entrance Test — Syllabus is given above- Objective type with 100 questions of 3 hours duration. The Candidates appearing for B.Sc(N), P.B.Sc(N), and M.Sc(N) should obtain a minimum of 50% of total marks to clear the entrance test.

B.Sc. (N):-



Scientific Principles Applied Nursing Practice1010
Medical-Surgical Nursing Including Anatomy & Physiology1010
Maternal and Child Health Nursing1010
Community Health Nursing including Nutrition1010
Obstetric Nursing and Midwifery 1010
Total (The syllabi will be of diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery Standard)5050

M.Sc Nursing :-

Advanced Clinical Nursing3030
Specialty area (For each)2020

Half Ticket

The Hall Ticket for SBVDUNCET-2020 containing the Name, Registration Number, and Photograph will be sent to the candidate by post. The original Hall Ticket must be produced at the time of the Entrance Test. Without the Hall Ticket, no candidate will be permitted to write the test.

Rank List of" Common Entrance Test” (SBVDUNCET-2020)

Merit List showing the mark scored by the candidate in the Entrance Test for B.Sc. (Nursing) / P.B.B.Sc (Nursing)/ / M.Sc. (Nursing) will be hosted on the website. No separate intimation will be sent to the candidates. A separate merit list will be put for Kasturba Gandhi Nursing College and Shri Sathya Sai College of Nursing for B.Sc(N)

Note: The Admission Process is written as per the ordinance of the official Counselling Agency.

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