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BSc Nursing (Post Basic) is a two-year duration undergraduate course in nursing. Nurses are healthcare professionals who often work in hospitals or outpatient facilities to provide hands-on care to patients by monitoring their medical condition, administering medications, maintaining records and communicating with doctors. In post basic BSc Nursing (also referred to as PBBSc), candidates are provided a holistic mixture of classroom lectures and hands-on training. Admission to the course is usually done on the basis of candidates’ performance in the written entrance exam conducted at university/ institute level. However, some institutions also provide direct admission to candidates on the basis of merit.
Criteria of Post
Basic B.Sc. Nursing Passed the Higher Secondary or Senior Secondary or Intermediate or
10+2 or an equivalent.
Examination recognized by the university. Obtained a certificate in diploma General Nursing and Midwifery with Minimum 45% &above. Obtained a certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery and registered as R.N.R.M. with the State Nurses Registration Council. A male nurse, trained before the implementation of the new integrated course besides being registered as a nurse with State Nurses Registration Council, shall produce evidence of training approved by Indian Nursing Council for a similar duration in lieu of midwifery in anyone of the following areas: O.T. Techniques,Opthalmic Nursing , Leprosy Nursing ,TB Nursing , Psychatric Nursing ,Nurological and Nurosurgical Nursing Community Health Nursing , Cancer Nursing , Orthopaedic Nursing
Candidates shall be medically fit.
Students shall be admitted once .