Post Basic Nursing (BSc Nursing Post Basic)

BSc Nursing (Post Basic) is a specialized 2-year undergraduate program tailored to refine the nursing skills of professionals with prior experience in nursing or a related field. It delves into advanced aspects of medical care, equipping students with enhanced expertise and proficiency.

To be eligible for admission, candidates must have completed Class 12 and hold a General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) certificate as well as obtain registration as an RNRM (Registered Nurse Registered Midwife) from the State Nurses Registration Council.). Notably, BSc Nursing Post Basic stands as an undergraduate course distinct from the postgraduate MSc Nursing program.

Upon successful completion, graduates can pursue diverse career paths, including roles as Registered Nurses, Nursing Instructors, Staff Nurses, Rehabilitation Specialists, Critical Care Nurses, Nurse Managers, and Community Health Nurses. Opportunities for employment span across government and private sectors, healthcare initiatives, and rural regions, reflecting the versatility and demand for skilled nursing professionals.

Following completion of BSc Nursing (Post Basic), students can pursue advanced courses to further specialize and broaden their career prospects. Some of the notable options include:

  • - MSc Nursing
  • - MSc Hospital Administration
  • - MSc Nutrition & Dietetics
  • - MBA Healthcare Administration
  • - MBA Hospital Management
  • - MBA Pharmaceutical Management

These advanced programs offer in-depth knowledge and skills in various aspects of healthcare management, administration, and specialized areas of nursing practice, enabling graduates to excel in leadership roles and contribute significantly to the healthcare sector.

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