Nursing today is far different from Nursing as it was practiced a few decades ago; and it takes a vivid imagination to envision how the nursing profession will change as well as we move forward into the 21st century. To comprehend present day nursing and at the same time prepare for the future, one must understand not only past events but also contemporary nursing practice and the sociological factors affecting it. There are many definitions and descriptions of nursing, but the essence to nursing is: Caring for and caring about people as holistic beings in matters related to health promotion, health maintenance, health restoration and the end of life.

A desired goal of nursing is professionalism, which necessitates specialized education; a unique body of knowledge, including specific skills and abilities; autonomous regulation and a code of ethics. The future of Nursing promises dynamic changes and continual challenge with exciting health care reform in progress and technologies as yet undreamt on the horizon. B.Sc. degree in Nursing is a broad based education aimed to build upon the skills and competencies acquired at the diploma in nursing level. It is specifically directed to the upgrading of critical thinking skills, competencies and standards required for practice of professional nursing and midwifery as envisaged in National Health Policy.

 Courses

Sr. Course Shift Seats
01 Bachelor of Nursing   - B.Sc. Nursing 4 years First 40

 

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