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Introduction to BSc Nursing

BSc Nursing, short for Bachelor of Science in Nursing, is a 4-year undergraduate degree program that prepares students for a career as professional nurses. It offers a comprehensive understanding of nursing principles, practices, and specialized areas of healthcare.

Curriculum Overview

The BSc Nursing curriculum covers a wide range of subjects including anatomy, physiology, microbiology, nutrition, pharmacology, medical-surgical nursing, pediatric nursing, psychiatric nursing, community health nursing, and nursing research.
It also includes clinical rotations in various healthcare settings to provide hands-on training and practical experience. Students also receive practical training in clinical settings to develop hands-on skills and clinical competence.

Career Opportunities

BSc Nursing graduates have diverse career opportunities in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, community health centers, schools, industries, military, and research institutions.
They can work as staff nurses, nurse educators, nurse managers, clinical specialists, research nurses, or pursue advanced practice roles with further education and specialization.

Further Studies

BSc Nursing serves as a foundation for further studies and specialization in nursing.
Graduates can pursue Master of Science in Nursing (MSc Nursing), Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP), or doctoral studies (PhD) in nursing to advance their clinical practice, leadership skills, research capabilities, or academic career.

Licensing and Regulations

After completing BSc Nursing, graduates need to pass the licensing examination and register with the nursing council or regulatory authority in their country to practice as registered nurses.
They must maintain their licensure by fulfilling continuing education requirements and adhering to professional standards of practice.

Patient Care and Advocacy

BSc Nurses play a vital role in promoting health, preventing illness, and providing holistic care to individuals, families, and communities.
They assess patient needs, plan and implement nursing care, evaluate outcomes, advocate for patient rights and safety, and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to achieve optimal health outcomes.

Evidence-Based Practice

BSc Nursing emphasizes evidence-based practice, which involves integrating the best available evidence, clinical expertise, and patient preferences to make informed nursing decisions and improve patient outcomes. Nurses are trained to critically appraise research findings and apply them to clinical practice.

First Year
Biological Science
  1. Anatomy & Physiology
  2. Microbiology
Behavioural Science
  1. Psychology
  2. Sociology
Fundamental of Nursing
  1. Fundamental of Nursing
  2. First Aid
  3. Personal Hygiene
Community Health Nursing
  1. Community Health Nursing 1
  2. Environmental Hygiene
  3. Health Education and communication skills
  4. Nutrition
Computer Education
Second year
Third Year
Pattern For Board Examinations
Pattern For Board Examinations
  • Each Subject Carry 100 Marks.
  • Total marks 100/50 – passing
  • 75 (Theory)
  • 25 (Internal) (College Hand)
Paper Pattern For 75 Marks
  • 20 marks for long Essay  (3 out of 3 question) – Each question carry 10 Marks
  • 35 marks for Short Essays (9 out of 7 question) – Each question carry 5 Marks
  • 20 marks for Short Answers (10 out of 10 question) – Each question carry 2 Marks
Scope of Nursing
Scope of Nursing
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