1. Chaudhary Charan Singh Unversity (CCS), Meerut
2. Atal Bihari Vajapayee Medical University( ABVMU), Lucknow
3. Indian Nursing Council (INC), New Delhi
4. Uttar Pradesh Medical Faculty (UPSMF), Lucknow
Rs. 1,00,000/-Per Annum
B. Sc. Nursing is a four-year undergraduate programme focused on developing critical care, advanced thinking skills, proficiency and values necessary for the practice of professional nursing and midwifery as mentioned in the National Health Policy 2002. The programme is streamlined to enable students to address the health needs of the nation, society and individuals. The programme prepares students to become responsible citizens by following a code of moral values and conduct at all times while fulfilling personal, social and professional responsibilities to respond to national objectives. B. Sc. Nursing programme involves classroom study, projects and assignments that enable students to gain practical knowledge of their learning. After the completion of the programme, the students are required to undergo a six-month internship to experience real-world clinical settings and learn from them. Candidates looking for more knowledge in the same field may pursue higher education for challenging career opportunities.
The minimum age for admission shall be 17 years on 31st December of the year in which admission is sought.
Minimum education 10+2 class passed with Science (PCB) & English Core/English Elective with aggregate of 45% marks from recognized board under AISSCE/CBSE/ICSE/SSCE/HSCE or other equivalent Board.
Students appearing in 10+2 examination in Science conducted by National Institute of Open School with 45% marks.
Note: Simultaneous attendance in other courses is not permitted. It will be applicable to all the above courses.
After completion of the B.Sc. Nursing Degree Program, the graduates will be able to:
Assess health status and identify nursing needs, plain, implement and evaluate nursing care for individuals, families and communities.
Develop knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles underlying the techniques and methods used in nursing for providing holistic nursing care to the sick in the hospital and in the community.
Demonstrate leadership and administrative skills in working with the health care team, community and others in the provision of health care.
Develop teaching and management skills.
Recognize the need for continued learning for personal and professional development.
Practice ethical values in personal and professional life.
Opportunities continue to increase for the nurse as a need for their expertise escalates every year. The need is in India as well as Abroad.
1. Clinical Nurse Specialist
2. Certified Nurse Midwife
3. Case Manager
5. Nurse Anesthetist
6. Nurse Practitioner
7. Staff Nurse
|1st Year||2nd Year||3rd Year||4th Year|
|Anatomy and Physiology.||Sociology||Medical Surgical Nursing – II||Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing.|
|Biochemistry and Nutrition.||Pharmacology||Child Health Nursing.||Community Health Nursing – II.|
|Psychology.||Pathology & Genetics||Mental Health Nursing.||Nursing Research and Statistics.|
|Microbiology.||Medical Surgical Nursing – I||Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing.||Management of Nursing Services and Education.|
|Nursing foundations.||Community Health Nursing – I|
|Environmental Studies (Qualifying).||communication and Education Technology.|
|Introduction to Computers.|
All the subjects of the different courses have 25% for internal assessment and 75% for an annual university examination.
Nursing course students should have a minimum of 50% in internal assessment, and 80% theory attendance to be eligible for the examination.
All the courses have 50% for internal assessments and a final university exam for 50%.
Students with 80% clinical attendance and 50% total internal assessment marks are eligible for the final university exam. The student gets promoted to the next higher class only after passing the exams and completing 100% attendance in the practical B.Sc Nursing subjects.