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PB.B.SC Nursing (પોસ્ટ બેઝિક બેચલર ઓફ સાયન્સ ઇન નર્સિંગ)

Course Structure :

BSc Nursing (Post Basic) is a 2 years undergraduate course that is designed to enhance the nursing skills of professionals who already have a background in nursing or a similar field. It provides an advanced level of knowledge related to medical care.   

The basic eligibility criteria are that students should have completed Class 12 with a certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) and should have a registration in Registered Nurses and Registered Midwives (RNRM). The difference between BSc Nursing Post-basic and MSc Nursing is that one is an undergraduate course and another is a post graduate degree.

Elegibility :

Following are the BSc Nursing (Post Basic) eligibility criteria to be satisfied in order to gain admission to the course:

  • Candidates who wish to apply for these courses need to have qualified for the GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) course after attaining the 10+2 or equivalent qualification, preferably with Science subjects.
  • Candidates not having done GNM are required to have a certificate in any of the nursing courses of 6-9 months.
  • Candidates should also be Registered Nurses/ Registered Midwives or equivalent with any of the State Nursing Registration Councils. 

     Scope :

In the current scenario of Indian healthcare system, there is a need of skilled and professional nurses and midwives who are dedicated towards their job.  They work under the aegis of qualified doctors and perform medical assistance as specialists, educators, administrators, and others such.

Qualified nurses find decent jobs in both government and private sectors, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, the Armed Forces, in various healthcare initiatives and schemes run by the Government, targeting specific communities and rural areas.

  • Institute code : (616)