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Nursing Courses

B.Sc. Nursing

Bachelors degree in Nursing is a step towards beginning a career as a Registered Nurse. Nursing offers a platform to work for humanity with your skills of excellence. This is an Undergraduate level four year duration program with annual examination. All students who have cleared 12th from Science stream with minimum 50 percent marks are eligible. For details visit B.Sc. Nursing page.

M.Sc. Nursing

M.Sc. Nursing is a post graduate level program in nursing which aims in specializing the nursing profession also into sub branches. It is a two year course with a annual examination and a research project to be submitted by the end of second year. The candidates who have cleared B.SC. nursing examination from any recognized university with minimum 50% marks are eligible for this course. For details view M.Sc Nursing page.

Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing

BSc Nursing (Post Basic ) is a two year course which is designed to enhance nursing skills of professionals who already have back ground knowledge in Nursing. The eligibility criteria is that the students should have completed class 12th with a certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery course. For details visit the page Post Basic B.Sc Nursing.

Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM)

GNM or Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery is a three year 6 month long course designed for aspirants who want to pursue a career in Clinical Nursing. The program teaches candidates the way to look after individuals who are sick or are injured so as to assist therm to attain full recovery. For details visit Diploma in General Medicine and Midwifery page.

Auxiliary Nurse and Midwife (ANM)

Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery or ANM is a two year undergraduate Diploma course in Nursing. The minimum eligibility criteria to get admitted is 10+2 level pass with minimum 50 percent marks. These students are educated on maternity care and providing assistance to new mothers during pregnancy and post delivery. For details visit ANM page.