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B.Sc Nursing

This training Course is of 4 years duration with English as the medium of instruction. Apart from theoretical training in class rooms, the practical hospital training would be of paramount importance. The course shall also include field training in Community Nursing, Medical and Surgical Nursing, and Midwifery. The General Nursing & Midwifery programme aims at preparing nursing professionals.

One can work at Hospitals, Private clinics, Schools, and Rehabilitation centers as Home care Nurse, infection control Nurse, ICU Nurse and OT Nurse, Nurse Administrator and also as a Clinical Instructor.

One can also study further for M.Sc Nursing after which they can even work in Educational institutions besides Hospitals.

Course Duration

4 Years

Eligibility

10+2 with 40% marks (P+C+B).

 

Syllabus Description of B.Sc. Nursing

Subjects of study along with description for Year I is given below

Year I
TopicDescription
Anatomy
  • General Introduction
  • Skeletal and Joint System
  • Muscular System
  • Circulatory System
Physiology
  • Introduction to Physiology of Cell
  • Blood
  • Respiratory System
  • Gastro-intestinal System
  • Excretory System
Biochemistry
  • Introduction to Biochemistry, Study of Cell, biochemical functions of various cells
  • Lipids
  • Proteins
  • Intermediary metabolism
  • Nucleic Acid
Nutrition
  • Introduction to Study of Nutrition, meaning of food, nutrition and dietetics
  • Constituents of Food, Water, Protein, minerals, etc.
  • Different methods of cooking and their effects on food and food constituents
  • Principles of Nutrition, Balanced diet
Nursing Foundation
  • Introduction- Etiquettes and Nurses
  • Definition and Scope of Nursing
  • Health Resources in the community
  • Communication Skills
  • Observing, Reporting, recording
Psychology
  • Aim and methods of Psychology
  • Human Behaviour
  • Motives, Drives and Needs
  • Feelings, Emotions and Instincts
  • Personality
  • Mental Hygiene

Subjects of study along with description for Year II is given below

Year II
TopicDescription
Community Health Nursing
  • Concept of Optimum Health and its relation to successful living
  • Environmental Health
  • Water Supply
  • Disposal of Refuse
  • Housing
Medical Surgical Nursing
  • Introduction to Surgical Nursing
  • Internal Defences against invasion of Pathogens
  • Special Problems influencing the care of patients
  • Inflammation
  • Maintaining the body equilibrium
  • Orthopaedic nursing
  • ENT
Sociology
  • Introduction: Importance of studying Sociology in Nursing
  • Individual and Society
  • Culture
  • Social Organisation
  • Social Process

Subjects of study along with description for Year III is given below

Year III
TopicsDescription
Child Health Nursing
  • Modern concepts of Child Care
  • Growth and Development from birth to adolescence
  • Nursing care of neonate
  • Nursing Management in common childhood diseases
  • Disorders in children
Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing
  • Introduction
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Embryology
  • The infant
Mental Health Nursing
  • Principles of Mental Health Nursing and their application in general Nursing
  • Classification of Mental Disorders
  • Brief History of Mental Health Nursing in India and Abroad

Subjects of study along with description for Year IV is given below

Year IV
TopicDescription
Nursing Research and Statistics
  • Definition of Research
  • Statistics
  • Bio Statistics
  • Use of Computers
Community Health Nursing
  • Introduction to Public Health and Community Nursing
  • Organization and Administration of Health services in India
  • Role of Epidemiology in Community Health
  • Principles and concepts of Public Health Nursing
Management of Nursing Services and Education
  • Aims, Concepts, Scope and Limitations of Health Education
  • National Plan for Health Education
  • Health Teaching and Communication
  • Methods of Health Education
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