BSc Nursing

Nursing is one important profession that has a significant impact in contributing to the well-being of society. A course in nursing helps a student acquire knowledge on various medical and practical aspects of health and patient care. The demand for nurses in India as well as around the world is exponentially rising and hence the nursing course is seen as a highly attractive career option by students.

 In nursing, there are 3 courses – The ANM, the GNM and the BSc Nursing course that are widely popular among students. Each of these courses helps you qualify to practice as a nurse.

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BSc Nursing

BSC nursing is a four-year nursing course that covers all the aspects of nursing. The elaborative syllabus of BSC nursing provides substantial knowledge and refines one’s skills. This is one of the best nursing courses for aspirants looking out for a career scope in Medical and nursing.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The eligibility criteria for BSC nursing is a 10+2 or equivalent degree from a recognized board from science stream with PCB as a mandatory subject.

Admission Process

  • The candidate should appear for the BSC Nursing entrance examination conducted by various states as well as private hospitals. On getting marks above the cut-off marks, the candidate is eligible for direct admission to the BSC Nursing course. 


Some subjects that the BSC Nursing course covers are:

  • Physiology
  • Anatomy
  • Composition and Function of Blood
  • Skeletal and Joint System
  • Endocrine and Metabolism
  • Respiratory System
  • Excretory System
  • Muscular System
  • Cardio Vascular System
  • Digestive System
  • Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Biochemistry
  • Sterilization of Instruments
  • Concept, Scope, Limitations, and Benefits of Health Education
  • Types of Anesthesia
  • Health Communication and Teaching
  • Knowing the instruments
  • Methods of Health Education
  • Microbiology
  • Advanced Procedures
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • History of Community Medicine and Community Nursing
  • Nutritional needs for children and adults
  • Socio-Economic Factors affecting childcare
  • Organization and Administration of Health Services
  • Family Welfare Programs
  • Sociology and Social Medicine
  • Trends in Nursing and Professional Adjustment
  • The social structure of the society and individual
  • Popular Nursing Programs
  • Significance of Sociology in Nursing
  • Human Relations
  • Nursing Registration and Legislation
  • Midwifery and Obstetrics Nursing
  • Principles of Nursing Services, Administration, and Supervision
  • Formal and Informal Organizational Structure
  • Embryology
  • Elementary Principles of Medicine
  • Preparation for Delivery Philosophy of Supervision
  • Physiology of Labour
  • Medico-Legal Aspects of MCH services

Scope or Future Advantages

After completing BSC nursing the candidate can opt for further studies by doing masters or doctoral degrees. One can also start working professionally as a clinical nurse, nurse educator, nurse researcher, nurse manager etc depending upon the expertise and the skillset. There are umpteen job and career opportunities for the BSC nursing graduates.



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