According to National Health Policy 2002, BSc Nursing is a 4-year undergraduate program with a focus on training and skill development. Students who complete a BSc in nursing will be qualified professional nurses who can provide patients with primary, secondary, and tertiary care.
The BSc Nursing Syllabus covers topics including physiology, anatomy, the excretory and muscular systems, among others. Both public and private colleges offer BSc Nursing courses. Fees for BSc Nursing at Government Colleges range from INR 1685 to INR 30,000. Private colleges charge between INR 20,000 to INR 2,25,000 for BSc Nursing tuition.
BA in Nursing Jobs are available as a military nurse, registered nurse, nursing superintendent, community health nurse, and more. A nurse with less than five years of experience can expect to make between INR 2.5 and 3 lakhs and between INR 5 and 6 lakhs annually.
Anatomy and Physiology I, English Language and Communication, Nursing Foundations, Nutrition and Dietetics, Biochemistry
Anatomy and Physiology II, Microbiology, Psychology, Sociology, Pharmacology I.
Pathology, Pharmacology II, Medical-Surgical Nursing I, Community Health Nursing I, Genetics.
Medical-Surgical Nursing II, Child Health Nursing, Mental Health Nursing I, Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing I, Introduction to Nursing Research.
Mental Health Nursing II, Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing II, Community Health Nursing II, Nursing Research and Statistics, Introduction to Management and Leadership.
Medical-Surgical Nursing III, Child Health Nursing II, Professional Ethics and Jurisprudence, Introduction to Nursing Education, Nursing Informatics.
Medical-Surgical Nursing IV, Child Health Nursing III, Geriatric Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Elective/Optional Course (e.g., Palliative Care, Oncology Nursing, etc.).
Community Health Nursing III, Nursing Management, Dissertation/Thesis, Comprehensive Nursing Practicum, Elective/Optional Course (if not taken in Semester 7).