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Bsc Nursing Syllabus

Bsc Nursing Syllabus

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POST BASIC B.SC. NURSINGUNDER GRADUATE PROGRAM :
Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
Registered Nurses Midwife (Diploma in Nursing) withminimum one year experience either in hospital as a whole time public health nurse
COURSE DURATION :
2 years
COURSES OF STUDY1
st
Year
S.No Subject Hours Theory Hours Practical1. Nursing Foundation 452. Nutrition & Dietetics 30 253. Biochemistry and Biophysics 60 304. Psychology 60 155. Maternal Nursing 60 2406. Child Health Nursing 60 2407. Microbiology 60 308. Medical & Surgical Nursing 90 3009. English(Qualifying) 60Total 525 880
2
nd
Year
10. Sociology 6011. Community Health Nursing 60 24012. Mental Health Nursing 60 24013. Introduction to Nursing Education 60 7514. Introduction to Nursing Administration 60 18015. Introduction to Nursing Research&Statistics 45 120Total 345 855
 
 
SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONPAPER SUBJECT DURATION INT. EXT. TOTALASS. ASS. MARKS
1
st
year1. Nursing foundation 2 15 35 502. Nutrition & Dietetics 2 15 35 503. Biochemistry and biophysics 3 25 75 1004. Psychology 3 25 75 1005. Microbiology 3 25 75 1006. Maternal Nursing 3 25 75 1007. Child health Nursing 3 25 75 1008. Medical and surgical Nursing 3 25 75 1009. English (Qualifying) 3 25 75 100Practicals1. Medical & Surgical Nursing 50 50 1002. Maternal Nursing 50 50 1003. Child Health Nursing 50 50 1002
nd
Year10. Sociology 3 25 75 10011. Community Health Nursing 3 25 75 10012. Mental health nursing 3 25 75 10013. Introduction to NursingEducation 3 25 75 10014. Introduction to NursingAdministration 3 25 75 10015. Introduction to NursingResearch and Statistics 2 50 - 50Practicals4. Community Helath Nurisng 50 50 1005. Mental Health Nursing 50 50 100
 
 6. Research Project 50 50 50
SYLLABUSNURSING FOUNDATIONPlacement :First Year Time Allotted: Theory -45 hrs.COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course will help students develop an understanding of the philosophy,objectives and responsibilities of nursing as a profession. The purpose of the course is toorient to the current concepts involved in the practice of nursing and developments in thenursing profession.
OBJECTIVES
At the end of the course, the student will1.
 
Identify professional aspects of nursing2.
 
Explain theories of nursing3.
 
Identify ethical aspects of nursing profession.4.
 
Utilise steps of nursing process.5.
 
Identify the role of the nursing in various levels of health services.6.
 
Appreciate the significance of quality assurance in nursing7.
 
Explain current trends in health and nursing.
COURSE CONTENTSUNIT –I
 
Development of Nursing as a profession
 
its philosophy
 
Objectives and responsibilities of a graduate nurse
 
Trends influencing nursing practice
 
Expanded role of the nurse
 
Development of nursing education in India and trends in nursing education

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