Nursing Degree & Diploma Courses

Nursing Degree & Diploma Courses
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Nursing Degree & Diploma Courses

Top Demanding Course      B.Sc. Nursing, GNM, ANM, Post Basic Nursing, M.Sc Nursing
Affiliated Bodies                 – Indian Nursing Council (INC) & State Nursing & Midwifery Council.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Standard                               – 12th or Equivalent
  • Stream                                  – Science
  • Core Subjects                      – PCB (Physics+Chemistry+Biology) & English
  • Board                                    – Recognized Board
  • Entrance Exam                   – State Level or College or University Level Entrance Exam
  • Minimum Age Limit          – 17 Years at the time of admission or on 31st December of year of admission
  • Upper Age Limit                 – 25 Years at the time of admission, 5 Year age relaxation for SC/ST/OBC category

Nursing Program

Today, India has an intense development in the field of health and Nursing is the most demanding program pursued by male and female aspirants. Nursing is the best ancient career to serve care and enthusiasm to the mankind and it is one of the most important pillar in the medical field. The nursing job demands hard work and patience. It covers care for patients, his/her medication & maintaining patient records.

Skilled and qualified nurses are in great demand all over the globe. Various Colleges & Universities are running Nursing programs in their campus.  Specialization in the specific subject can further help to get a good job and higher salary package.

There are five key values of nursing profession, altruism, honesty, human dignity, autonomy, and social justice, which are important for nursing profession along with nursing degree too.

Nursing Degree After 12th

To become a nurse you can choose any baccalaureate degree, after intermediate / 12th with ZBC 50% qualifying marks or equivalent examination, from the following nursing courses :-

  1. B.Sc Nursing (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) – 4½ years regular undergraduate degree program.
  2. ANM (Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery) – 2 years regular undergraduate certification or diploma course
  3. GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) – 3½ years regular undergraduate certification or diploma course
  4. PBSC (N) or B.Sc Nursing (Post Basic) or Post Basic B.Sc Nursing – 2 years regular degree program.after GNM

Nursing Degree After Graduate or Diploma Programs

  1. M.Sc Nursing – 2 years regular post graduate or Master’s degree program.

Top Nursing Colleges/Universities

There are some top nursing colleges or universities we mentioned for your bright future :-

  • Desh Bhagat University, Fatehgarh Shib, Punjab
  • Graphic Era Deemed University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand
  • Bhagwant Global University, Kotdwar Uttarakhand
  • Swami Vivekanand Group of Institutions (SVIT), Chandigarh, Punjab
  • Combined Institute of Medical Sciences (CIMS), Dehradun, Uttarakhand
  • Uttaranchal (PG) college of Bio-Medical Sciences & Hospital, Dehradun, Uttarakjand
  • Qudra Group of Institution, Roorkee, Uttarakhand
  • OM Group of Institutions, Roorkee, Uttarakhand
  • Care College of Nursing, Haridwar, Uttrakhand
  • Arihant Group of Institutions, Haridwar, Uttarakhand

Nursing Entrance Examination – 2020

Nursing Employability

You’re ready to serve your services for humanity before that you must be know about the scope of nursing so that you could become specialist in it for your career growth.

Six months after graduation, 99.8% of our nursing students got employment on an average starting salary of ₹25000/- per month.

Scope of Nursing

After the completion of B.Sc Nursing there are various career opportunity in India as well as in other countries. Such as: –

Employability Area
Accident and Emergency (A&E) Nursing
Critical Care (ITU) Nursing
District/Community Nursing
Oncology Nursing
Practice nurse in a GP Surgery Nursing
Diabetes Nursing
Disability Nursing
Mental Health Nursing
Child Nursing
Midwifery

Salary Package of Nursing Graduate

Nursing graduate get salary package ranges from ₹3.6 lakh per year to ₹7.6 lakh per year. This salary package depends upon the reputation of the institution or hospital the aspirant is employed at, the aspirant’s seniority, experience and diligence at the workplace.

Average Salary of Nursing Graduate Profiles Based on Experience

Staff Nurse ₹230000/- to ₹350000/- CTC - 35%
Assist. Supervisor ₹390000/- to ₹530000/- CTC - 53%
Nursing Tutor ₹357000/- to ₹450000/- CTC - 45%
Nursing Educator ₹406000/- to ₹660000/- CTC - 60%
Home Care Nurses ₹300000/- to ₹520000/- CTC - 52%
Ward Nurse & Infection Control Nurse ₹450000/- to ₹540000/- CTC - 54%
Nursing Assistant ₹180000/- to ₹470000/- CTC - 47%
Nurse – Nursery School ₹294000/- to ₹400000/- CTC - 40%
Nurse & Patient Educator ₹406232/- to ₹600000/- CTC - 60%
Junior Psychiatric Nurse ₹420000/- to ₹900000/- CTC - 90%
Nurse Manager ₹500000/- to ₹700000/- CTC - 70%
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Courses

  1. B.Sc Nursing is an undergraduate degree in the field of healthcare awarded after the completion of the 4 year program with live practice in Hospitals. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN, BScN) also known as a Bachelor of Nursing (BN) or Bachelor of Science (BS) with a Major in Nursing run by various government as well private Indian nursing collages approved by Nursing Council (INC)
  2. Post Basic Nursing is an Undergraduate Degree Program in the field of healthcare awarded after the completion of the 2 years Academics program for regular candidates, or 3 years Academics program for distance mode students ,including Internship in Hospitals. Post Basic Nursing also referred by P.B.Sc or PBSC(N) or B.SCN(PB) or B.Sc or Post Basic B.Sc Nursing.
  3. GNM program is draw for those who wish to see their profession in clinical nursing. It deals with the education of nurses in general health care, nursing, and midwifery. The curriculum learns to students, about the care and health recovery of persons who are sick or injured.
  4. ANM is a village-level health worker & the first point of contact among the society and the health services. He/She plays an important role to provide safe and effective cure to village communities and to achieve the goal of national health program

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