The Bachelor of Science in Nursing aims to prepare professional nurses with the highest possible technical and managerial competence in respective levels of health programs including problem identification, planning, implementation, training, health education, evaluation and research.
Such graduates can serve in various types of positions at national, regional, zonal, district and international level. In general, the B.Sc. Nursing graduates should be able to carry out the responsibilities of various health institutions as a nursing officer/Faculty/basic level researcher and direct care provider.
Objectives of the Program
The general objective of the B.Sc. nursing program is to produce competent graduates basic with advanced knowledge and practical skills necessary to deliver high quality health services needed for the country. Specifically, the program entails the following general objectives:
1. Candidate must have completed intermediate science or 10+2 or equivalent with biology, chemistry, physics, math and English as main subjects and should have secured minimum of 50% of mark in aggregate.
2. Physically and mentally fit
3. must have completed 17 years of age
There will be entrance examination of one paper (English 50 mark, and hundred mark of nursing science related/health science related major subject area). The question will be of multiple choices. Duration of examination will be 3 hours. Candidate must obtain at least 50 percent marks to pass entrance examination; however, the selection will be based on the merit list in the descending order.
This course has been designed for four academic year's in bachelor in nursing science.
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Anatomy / Physiology
Microbiology / Parasitology
Nutrition & Dietetics
Foundation of Nursing
Community Health Nursing-I
Applied Computer Technology
Nursing concept & Theories
Adult Health Nursing-I
Adult Health Nursing-II
Mental Health Nursing
Community Health Nursing-II
Medical Sociology / Anthropology
Child Health Nursing
Obstetrical ( Midwifery) Nursing-I
Obstetrical ( Midwifery) Nursing-II
Community Health Nursing-III
Research & Bio-statistics
Advance Nursing Practice