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INDEX CONTENTS REGULATIONS Introduction Philosophy Aims Objectives Guidelines and Minimum Requirements for Settin up of a School of !ursin Guidelines "eachin #acility School Mana ement committee $ud et Physical #acilities %linical #acilities &ostel Admission "erms and %onditions "rainin Period and "ime 'istribution (valuation Internship Period CURRICULUM Anatomy and physiolo y Microbiolo y Psycholo y Sociolo y #undamentals of !ursin #irst Aid Personal &y iene %ommunity &ealth !ursin )I (nvironmental &y iene &ealth (ducation and %ommunication S*ills !utrition (n lish Medical Sur ical !ursin + I Medical Sur ical !ursin + II Mental &ealth and Psychiatric !ursin %omputers in !ursin


Mid-ifery and Gynaecolo ical !ursin Gynaecolo ical !ursin %ommunity &ealth !ursin +II Paediatric !ursin CURRICULUM FOR INTERNSHIP (ducational Methods and Media for "eachin in practice of !ursin Introduction to Research Professional "rends and Adjustment Administration and -ard Mana ement &ealth (conomics


Introduction /&ealth for All0 implies both a revolution and decentrali1ation2 demandin chan e in the role of all health professionals at every level of the health care system3 "his concept has far reachin implications for !ursin education and !ursin practice3 Increasin ly2 the nursin profession is faced -ith questions such as4 &o- can nursin services meet the health needs of the society most effectively5 6hat chan es are needed in nursin education5 &o- can the necessary chan es be effected in the best possible manner5 "he revised syllabus has attempted to ans-er these questions2 as they impin e upon basic nursin education3 It has systematically revie-ed and revised the e7istin curriculum of General !ursin and mid-ifery course of three years duration to a three and half years 'iploma course3 Indian !ursin council in collaboration and co)operation -ith nursin e7perts form various institutions of nursin in the country has been successful in revisin the syllabus3 "he revision has ta*en into consideration sound education principles2 chan in educational need of nursin profession and the current health needs of the society3 "he primary objective of preparin and publishin this revised syllabus for the 'iploma in General !ursin and Mid-ifery is to improve nursin care component in all *inds of patient care settin s3 An attempt has been made by restructurin the curriculum to ma*e the e7istin trainin pro ramme relevant to the health needs of the community and country at lar e3 "he revised syllabus is broad and fle7ible in nature3 It has prescribed a learnin environment -hich -ill enable the student to learn complete2 comprehensive and continuous nursin care2 both in hospital and community3 It also enables the student to develop varied s*ills of nursin 3 "his syllabus should be considered as the minimum requirements3 &o-ever2 institutions may reor ani1e the sequence of courses2 units or plans to suit their o-n situations -ithout compromisin the minimum requirements laid do-n by the Indian nursin council3 "he council hopes that the revised syllabus -ill provide necessary uidance in meetin the chan in needs of the students and the community for the ne7t fe- years3



Modern !ursin is a dynamic2 therapeutic and educative process in meetin the health needs of the individuals2 the family and the community3 !ursin is one of the health professions -hich functions in conjunction -ith other health care a encies in assistin individuals2 families and communities to achieve and maintain desirable standards and maintain desirable standards of health3 Indian !ursin %ouncil believes in the concept of health as laid do-n by the -orld health or ani1ation 96&O: i3e32 /&ealth is state of complete physical mental and social -ill bein and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity03 Since nurses provided and -ill undoubtedly continue to provide a lar e part of health care2 their trainin should equip them -ith professional e7pertise to meet the chan in demands of society and their e7pandin role therein3 "o achieve this2 emphasis must be laid to impart the *no-led e and s*ills most relevant to the health care needs of he community and the country as a -hole3 "his must also be accompanied by a correspondin chan e in professional attitudes3 "he international %ouncil of !urses states that the unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual2 sic* or -ell2 in the performance of those activities contributin to health or its recovery 9or to peaceful death: that he -ould perform un) aided if he had the necessary stren th -ill or *no-led e3 And to do this in such a -ay as to help him ain independence as rapidly as possible3 Indian !ursin %ouncil reco ni1ed that basic nursin education is a formally reco ni1ed pro rammed of study providin a broad and sound foundation in the behavioral2 life and nursin sciences for the eneral practice of nursin 2 for a leadership role and for the post basic education in specialties for advanced nursin practice3 "he council believes that this basic course in nursin should prepare nurses for occupyin first level positions in nursin should prepare nurses for occupyin first level positions in nursin in all *inds of health care settin s3 "he council reco ni1es that nursin is a profession -hich is influenced by advances in science and technolo y3 It believes that s*ills in all aspects of communication are also essential for learnin and for the practice of nursin 3 "he council also reco ni1es that the nature of nursin is such that a substantial portion of learnin of the students is acquired in the clinical fields9s: of practice3 It further reco ni1es the interdependence of or nursin and allied professions and occupations in promotin 2 maintainin and restorin health and prevention of diseases3 "he council believes that it has a responsibility in helpin the students to develop pride in their profession besides *eepin them abreast -ith current *no-led e and professional trends for a successful career a head3


Aim "he basic 'iploma course in General !ursin and Mid-ifery is eared to the health needs of the individual2 family2 community and the country at lar e3 "he aims of the 'iploma in General !ursin and Mid-ifery pro ramme are4 13 "o prepare nurses -ith a sound educational pro ramme in nursin to enable them to function as efficient members of the health team2 be innin -ith the competencies for first level positions in all *inds of health care settin s3 ,3 "o help nurses develop and ability to co)operate and co)ordinate -ith member of the health team in the prevention of disease2 promotion of health and rehabilitation of the sic*3 .3 "o help nurses in their personal and professional development2 so that they are able to ma*e ma7imum contribution to the society as useful and productive individuals2 citi1ens as -ell as efficient nurses3 83 "o serve as a base for further professional education and speciali1ation in nursin 3 ;3 "o prepare nurses to *eep pace -ith latest professional and technolo ical developments and use these for providin nursin care services3


OB!ECTI"ES "he nurse on completion of this course -ill be able to4 'emonstrate competency in providin health care to individual2 sic* or -ell2 usin nursin process3       • • Assess the nursin need of clients from birth to death3 Plan and carry out appropriate action to meet nursin needs3 Provide effective nursin care for maintainin best possible level of health in all aspects3 Promote self care in people under their care3 Apply problem solvin techniques in nursin practice3 (valuate effectiveness of nursin care3 Apply *no-led e from the humanities2 biolo ical and behavioral sciences in functionin as a nurse3

#unction effectively -ith members of the health team and community applyin the *no-led e of human relations and communication s*ills in her -or*3 • Participate as member of the health team in delivery of curative preventive2 promotive and rehabilitative health care services3 • Mobili1e community resources and their involvement in -or*in -ith the communities3 • 'emonstrate use of ethical values in their personal and professional life3 • 'emonstrate interest in activities of professional or ani1ations3 • Reco ni1e the need of continuin education for professional development3 • 'emonstrate basic s*ills in teachin patients and ivin nursin care to them3 • 'emonstrate basic s*ills in administration and leadership -hile -or*in -ith other members of health team and community3 • Assist in research activities3


GUILDELINES AND MINIMUM RE#UIREMENTS FOR SETTING UP OF A SCHOOL OF NURSING Guid$%in$ "he follo-in are the minimum pre)requisites for reco nition of a School of ! usin offerin a 'iploma in General !ursin and Mid-ifery pro ramme3 "he authority -hich desires to open a School of !ursin has to furnish the follo-in documentary proof to the Indian !ursin %ouncil and comply -ith the follo-in 4 13 An or ani1ation 9Private2 "rust2 Mission2 >oluntary etc3 re istered under society Act: to open a School of !ursin should obtain the no objection certificate form the State overnment3 ,3 "he Indian !ursin %ouncil on receipt of no objection certificate from the or ani1ation -ill underta*e first inspection to assess suitability to start the pro ramme3 .3 On the assessment of I!%2 if the institution is found suitable to start the pro ramme2 I!% shall -rite to the state !ursin %ouncil?$oard for inspection3 83 On receipt of the inspection report from the state nursin council?board2 I!% shall decide -hether to ive permission to admit the students or not3 ;3 "he Indian !ursin %ouncil -ill conduct inspection every year till the first batch is passed out3 T$&c'in( )&cu%t* "he principal should be the administrative head of the school3 &e?She should hold qualification as laid do-n by I!%3 the principal should be the controllin authority for the bud et of the school and also be the dra-in and disbursin officer3 "he principal and vice)Principal should be a1etted officers in Government Schools and of equal status 9thou h non) a1etted: in non) overnment schools3 A3 #or School of nursin -ith 1;@ students 9i3e32 an annual inta*e of ;@ students: the follo-in faculty is required4 "eachin #aculty Principal >ice Principal !o3Required 1 1


Senior "utor "utor Additional "utor for Interns

. 1, 1

148 ration is to be maintained for Senior "utor to "utor3 $3 #or school of !ursin -ith <@ Students 9i3e32 an annual inta*e of ,@ Students: "eachin #aculty Principal >ice Principal Senior "utor "utor Additional "utor for Interns !o3 Required 1 1 1 ; 1

!ote4 13 "eacher student ration should be 1 41@ ,3 School of !ursin cannot start this course -ith the annual inta*e less than ,@ students3 .3 One of the "utors should stay at the community health field by rotation3 83 "he salary structure of the teachin faculty in private Schools of !ursin should not be less than -hat is admissible in the schools of nursin under State ? %entral Government3 ;3 !ursin service personnel should actively participate in Instruction2 Supervision2 uidance and evaluation of student in the clinical and field ? community practice areas3 "he teachin faculty of the School of nursin should -or* in close coordination -ith !ursin service personnel3 <3 "he teachin faculty of the school and the nursin service personnel should be deputed to attend short term educational courses? -or*shops? conferences etc3 to update their *no-led e3 (ach one of the teachin faculty must attend such courses at least once in t-o years3 =3 It is mandatory for school authorities to treat teachin faculty of the school of nursin on duty -hen nominated? selected for the purpose of e7amination or inspection or inspection by the %ouncil 3 A3 "he Senior "utor and "utors should spend at least four hours each day in the clinical teachin and 3 or supervision of care by the students3 B3 I!% -ill not permit more than <@ students per batch3 Cualification of "eachin Staff 13 Principal 4 M3Sc !ursin -ith < Dears of teachin e7perience or $3Sc !ursin 9$asic: ? Post $asic -ith A of "eachin e7perience3


,3 >ice + Principal e7perience3 .3 Senior "utor 83 "utor -ith ,

4 M3Sc !ursin -ith 8 Dears of teachin e7perience or $3S c !ursin 9$asic: ? Post $asic -ith < Dears of teachin 4 M3Sc !ursin -ith , Dears of teachin e7perience or $3Sc -ith 8 Dears of teachin e7perience3 4 M3Sc !ursin or $3Sc !ursin 9$asic ? Post $asic: or 'iploma in !ursin (ducation and Administration or its equivalent years of professional e7perience after raduation3

E+t$rn&% L$ctur$r $esides the re ular teachin faculty in the school of nursin 2 there should be provision for e7ternal lecturers for teachin the students3 "hey should posses the desired qualifications in the respective subjects -hich are to be tau ht 3 Remuneration of these (7ternal lecturers may comprise of nursin e7perts2 Medical #aculty and Scientists2 General (ducationists includin teachin e7perts in (n lish 2 %omputer (ducation 3 Physical e7amination ?Do a2 psycholo ists2 sociolo ists2 &ospital 'ieticians2 !ursin Service personnel li*e !ursin Superintendent2 6ard In %har e or 6ard sister 2&ealth (conomists? Statistician etc 3-or*in in or outside the institution3 Additional staff for school of nursin 13 Steno rapher?personal assistant
2. Senior cler* cum cashier?accountant

one one one one one t-o one for each vehicle one for each vehicle three t-o one

.3 Eunior cler* cum typist
4. Fibrarian

;3 Faboratory attendant <3 %ho-*idar?-atchman =3 'river A3 %leaner B3 Peon 1@3 S-eeper ?safai *armachari 113 Machine 9duplicate?Gero7: operator


!O"(4 provision should be made to have relievin staff in addition t-o re ular staff accordin to rules3 School mana ement committee #ollo-in members should constitute the $oard of Mana ement of the school3 Principal chairperson >ice)Principal Member Senior tutor member %hief !ursin Officer? !ursin Superintendent member Representative of Medical Superintendent member

Bud($t In the overall bud et of the institution2 there should be provision for bud et under a separate head3 Principal of the school of !ursin should be the dra-in and disbursin officer3 P'* ic&% )&ci%iti$ Bui%din( "he school of !ursin have a separate buildin 3 If the school is situated in hospital premises2 the area mar*ed for the buildin of the school should be at a suitable distance from hospital -hich enables a calm environment ideally required for a school3 Minimum land area recommended by I!% for a school of nursin is four acres of land o-ned and possessed by the applicant to set up the proposed nursin school 3 #or a school -ith an annual admission capacity of ,@ students 2 the constructed area of the school should be 8@@@ square feet 3#or every additional 1@ seats 2 an additional constructed area can be


increased3 %onstructed area be increased in a phased manner bet-een first and second year3 "he minimum physical facilities -hich are required in the school are listed belo-4 1. %lassroom4 "here should be at least four classrooms -ith the capacity of accommodatin the number of students admitted in each class3 "he rooms should be -ell ventilated -ith proper li htin system3 "here should be built in $lac*? Green? 6hite $oards3 Also there should be space to accommodate a des*?dais3 A bi table and a chair for the teacher and rac*s? cupboards for *eepin teachin aids or any other equipment needed to conduct the classes also should be there3 "here should be enou h space for providin proper and adequate seatin facilities for the students in the class3
2. Faboratories4 "here should be at least four laboratories as listed belo-4

a: !ursin Practice Faboratory4 "here should be demonstration beds in proportion to the number of students practisin a nursin procedure at a iven point of time 9 the desired ratio bein 1bed4< practicin students:3 b: nursin procedures in a community set up3 c: !utrition laboratory4 It should have facilities for impartin basic *no-led e about food and to practice the coo*in for the healthy as -ell as for the sic*3 "he furnishin and equipments should include -or* +tables2 -ith runnin -ater supply2 cutlery2 trays2 plates2 dietetic scales2 coo*in utensils2 rac*s? shelves2 refri erator2 pressure coo*er2 mi7ie and cupboards for stora e of food items 3 "he food items shall be purchased for the conduct of practical classes as -hen required3 Sets of croc*ery and cutlery for preparation 2 servin and display of food also should be there3 d: %omputer Faboratory4 It can be shared -ith other departments 3

Auditorium 4 Auditorium should be spacious enou h to accommodate at least double the sanctioned ? actual stren th of students 2 so that it can be utilised for hostin functions of the school2 educational conferences ? -or*shops2 e7aminations etc3 It should be -ell ventilated and have proper li htin system3 "here should be arran ements for the use of all *inds of basic and advanced audio)visual aids 3 the school3

4. Multipurpose hall 4 It should have multipurpose hall2 if there is no auditorium in

5. Fibrary4 "here should be a separate library in the school3 It should be easily

accessible to the teachin facility and the students3 It should have comfortable


seatin arran ement for half of the total stren th of the students and teachers in the school3 "here should be separate but should have bud et for the library3 "he library committee should meet re ularly for *eepin the library updated -ith current boo*s2 journals and other literature3 "he library should have proper li htin facilities and it should be -ell ventilated 3it should have a cabin for librarian -ith intercom phone facility3 "here should be sufficient number of cupboards2 boo*shelves and rac*s -ith lass doors for proper and safe stora e of boo*s 2 ma a1ines2 journals2 ne-spapers and other literatures3 "here should be provision for catalo ue +cabinets 2 boo*s display rac*s2 bulletin boards and stationery items li*e inde7 cards2 borro-ers cards 2 labels and re isters 3 %urrent boo*s 2 ma a1ines2 journals2 ne-s paper and other literature should be available in the library3 A minimum of ;@@ nursin boo*s 9 all ne- edition :2 . *inds of nursin journals2 . *inds of ma a1ines2 , *inds of ne-s papers and other *inds of current health related literature should be available in the library3 < 3 office requirements 4 a: PrincipalHs office 4 there should be a separate office for the principal -ith attached toilet and provision for visitorHs room 3 Independent telephone facility is a must for the Principals office -ith intercom facility connected ?lin*ed to the hospital and hostel3 b: Office for >ice) principal 4 "here should be a separate office of the >ice) Principal -ith attached toilet and provision for visitorHs room3 Independent telephone facility is a must for >ice)PrincipalHs office -ith intercom facility connected?Fin*ed to the hospital and hostel3
c) Office for #aculty Members4 "here should be adequate number of office rooms in

proportion to the number of teachin faculty3 One office room should accommodate , teachin faculty3 Separate toilet facility should be provided for the teachin faculty -ith hand -ashin facility3 "here should be a separate toilet for male teachers3 d: One separate office room for the office staff should be provided -ith adequate toilet facility3 "his office should be spacious enou h to accommodate the entire office staff -ith separate cabin of each official3 (ach office room should be adequately furnished -ith items li*e tables2 chairs2 cupboards2 built)in rac*s and shelves2 filin cabinets and boo* cases3 Also there should be provision for type-riters2 computers and telephone3

=3 %ommon Rooms4 A minimum of . common rooms should be provided3 One for the teachin faculty2 one for the student and one for the office staff3 Sufficient space -ith adequate seatin arran ements2 cupboards2 loc*ers2 cabinets2 built)in)shelves and 1.

rac*s should be provided in all the common rooms3 "oilet and hand -ashin facilities should be made available in each room3 A3 Record Room4 "here should be a separate record room -ith steel rac*s2 built)in shelves and rac*s2 cupboards and filin cabinets for proper stora e of records and other important papers?documents belon in to the school3 B3 Store Room4 A separate store room should be provided to accommodate the equipments and other inventory articles -hich are required in the laboratories of the school3 "his room should have the facilities for proper and safe stora e of these articles and equipments li*e cupboards2 built)in)shelves2 rac*s2 cabinets etc3 "his room should be properly li hted and -ell)ventilated3

1@3 Room for Audio)>isual Aids4 "his room should be provided for the proper and safe stora e of all the Audio)>isual Aids3 "he school should possess all *ind of basic as -ell as advanced trainin aids li*e chal* boards2 overhead projectors2 slide and film) strip projector2 models specimen2 charts and posters2 "3>3 >3%3 R2 Photostat machine2 tape recorder and computes3 113 Other #acilities4 Safe drin*in -ater and adequate sanitary?toilet facilities should be available for both men and -omen separately in the school3 "oilet facility to the students should be in the ratio of 14,; -ith hand -ashin facility3 "here should be a separate toilet for men 1,3 Gara e4 Gara e should accommodate a ;@ seated vehicle 1.3 #ire e7tin uisher4 Adequate provision for e7tin uishin fire should be available as per the local bye la-s 183 Play round4 Play round should be spacious for outdoor sports li*e volleyball2 football2 badminton and for athletics3

CLINICAL FACILITIES, HOSPITAL 13 "here must be a parent hospital for providin practical e7perience to the students ,3 "he parent hospital should have a minimum of ,;@ functional beds -ith daily of not less than =;I occupancy for an admission of ,@ students per year3 "here should be out


patient department2 casualty department2 operatin rooms2 central sterile supply department and incinerator in the hospital .3 "he parent hospital should provide the clinical learnin e7perience required for the students in the areas of medical2 sur ical2 pediatrics2 eye2 (!"2 maternity2 ynaenocolo y and orthopedic nursin 3 "here should be a variety of patients of a e roups in all the clinical areas -here the students are posted for obtainin the request the learnin e7perience3 AFFILIATION, If all the required learnin e7perience is not available in the parent hospital2 the students should be sent to affiliated hospitals ?a encies?institutions -here it is available3 CRITERIA FOR AFFILIATION, "he types of e7periences for -hich a nursin school can affiliate are4  %ommunity health nursin  %ommunicable diseases  Mental health 9Psychiatric: nursin  SpecialtiesH li*e cardiolo y2 neurolo y oncolo y2 nephrolo y etc3 "he physical facilities2 staffin and equipment of the affiliated hospitals should be of the same standard as required in the parent hospitals3 "he staff of the selected hospitals should be prepared to reco ni1e student status and their educational pro ramme3 DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS, At least one third of the total no of beds should be for medical patients and one third for sur ical patients3 "he number of beds for male patients should be less than 1?<th of the total number of beds3 Jie at least 8@ beds3 "here should be minimum of =;@ deliveries per year 9for annual admission capacity of ,@ students:Provision should be made for maternity clinics2 child health and family -elfare services and for preventive social medicine3

S-NO .

DESIGNATION %hief nursin officer9%!O:

NO 1

RE#UISITE #or ;@@ beds and above

#UALIFICATION As of principal of school of nursin 1;

/ 0 1

!ursin superintendent9!S: 'eputy !ursin superintendent9'!S: Assistant !ursin superintendent9A!S:

1 1 ,

#or ;@@ beds and above #or ;@@ beds and above #or every additional ;@ beds

As of principal of school of nursin As of vice principal of school of nursin As of vice principal of school of nursin

NORMS RECOMMENDED BY EXPERTS COMMITTEE ON HEALTH MANPOWER PRODUCTION AND MANAGEMENT 2RESOLUTION OF FOURTH CONFERENCE OF CENTRAL COUNCIL OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE3 ON NURSING3 .4456 CATEGORIES 13!ursin superintendent ,3'eputy !ursin superintendent .3'epartmental nursin supervisors?sisters 83 6ard nursin supervisors?sisters ;3 Staff nurse for -ards <3 #or OP'2$lood $an* 2G)ray 'iabetic %linic %SR etc =3#or intensive care unit 9Abeds I%L for ,@@ beds: A3 #or speciali1ed departments and clinics such as O" 2 Fabour room RE#UIREMENTS 14,@@ beds 14.@@ beds =41@@@9plus 1 for every additional 1@@ beds: A4,@@K.@I leave reserve 14.9or 14B each shift: K.@I leave reserve 141@@ OP' patients91 bed 4; OP' patients:K.@I leave reserve

1 4 1 9or: 14. for each shift K .@I leave reserve A4,@@ K .@I leave reserve

!u ti)ic&tion 13 !eeds may vary from one hospital to another2 dependin upon its si1e and service rendered more staff than anticipated -ill be required ,3 Special attention is needed for supervision of patient care in the evenin and ni ht shifts 1<

.3 .@I leave reserve posts are mandatory Ot'$r 7oint to 8$ con id$r$d 13 "he staff of the parent hospital should be strictly as per the criteria laid by the I!% in terms of doctors2 nurses and paramedical staffs3 ,3 6ards ? areas? OP'Hs ?O"? %linical departments etc2 must have adequate covera e of staff in all the shifts to ensure that the students are only for attendin the clinical e7periences in these areas and not utili1ed for service purposes .3 %ontinuin ?in)service education pro ramme must be attended by all the staff nurses to *eep themselves abreast -ith latest technolo ies and sophistication used in day to day patient care in these areas Communit* H$&%t' Nur in( )i$%d 7r&ctic$ &r$& "he students should be sent for community health nursin e7perience in urban as -ell as in rural field areas3 Institutes can be attached to primary health centers3 A -ell setup field teachin centre should be provided -ith facilities for accommodation for at least 1@)1; students and 1 staff member at a time 3Peon2 coo* cho-*idhar should be available at health centre3 (ach school of nursin should have its o-n transport facilities and it must be under direct control of principal 3the security of staff and students should be ensured3 Ho t$% Adequate hostel? residential accommodation for students and staffs should be available in addition to the above mentioned built up area of the nursin school respectively3 Ho t$% )&ci%iti$ "he pro ramme is residential there should be a separate hostel for male and female students3 It should have the follo-in facilities 13 Ho t$% room4 It should be ideal for t-o students -ith a minimum of 1;@ sq feet carpet area3 "he furniture provided should include a cot2 a table2 a chair2 a boo* rac*2 a cupboard2 a cloth rac* for each student3 ,3 Toi%$t &nd 8&t'room4 "oilet and bathroom facilities should be provided on each floor of the student hostel3 One toilet and one bathroom for ,)< students should be provided3 Geysers in bathroom and -ashbasins should also be provided .3 R$cr$&tion4 there should be facilities for indoor and outdoor ames 3there should be provisions for ">2 Radio and >%' player3 83 "i itor room4 "here should be a visitor room in the hostel -ith comfortable seatin 2 li htin and toilet facilities3


;3 9itc'$n &nd dinin( '&%%4 there should be a hy ienic *itchen and dinin hall to seat at)least A@ I of the total students stren th at one time -ith adequate tables 2 chairs2 -ater coolers2 refri erators and heatin facilities 3 &and -ashin facilities must be provided <3 P&ntr*4 One pantry on each floor should be provided 3it should have -ater cooler and heatin arran ements3 =3 W& 'in( &nd ironin( room4 facility for -ashin 2 dryin and ironin clothes should be provided in each floor3 A3 Sic: room4 a sic* room should have a comfortable bed2 linen furniture and attached toilet3 Minimum of ; beds should be provided3 B3 Room )or ni('t dut* nur $ 4 should be in a quiet area3 1@3 Gu$ t room4 a uest room should be made available3 113 W&rd$n room4 -arden should be provided -ith a separate office room besides her residential accommodation3 1,3 C&nt$$n 4 there should be a provision for a canteen for the students their staffs and all the staff members3 1.3 Tr&n 7ort4 school should have a separate transport facility under the control of the principal3,; and ;@ seated buses are preferable3 R$ id$nti&% &ccommod&tion, "he residential family accommodation for faculty should be provided accordin to their marital status 3the telephone facility for the principal at her residence must be provided3 Residential accommodation -ith all facilities is to be provided to the hostel -arden3 Cr;c'$, "here should be a crMche in the school campus St&)) )or t'$ 'o t$%, 13 6arden 9female: + .4 Cualification +$Sc &ome science or diploma in house*eepin ?caterin 3 Minimum . -ardens must be there in every hostel for mornin 2 evenin and ni ht shifts3 If number of students are more than 1;@ one more -arden ?asst -arden ? house*eeper for every additional ;@ students3 ,3 %oo* + 1 4for every ,@ students for each shift .3 Nitchen and dinin room helper + 1 4 for every ,@ students for each shift 83 S-eeper).


;3 Gardener ), <3 Security uard ? cho-*idhar ).

Admi ion T$rm &nd Condition E%i(i8i%it* Crit$ri& 'uration of the course ) .31?, years includin si7 months internship3


Minimum O Ma7imum a e for admission -ill be 1= and .;

years respectively3

Minimum education4 1@2 K, class passed or its equivalent3 Any roup a re ate of 8@I mar*s3 #urther ;I rela7ation is permitted to S%?S" students for G!M Pro ramme3 Admi ion<S$%$ction Committ$$ T'i committ$$ 'ou%d com7ri $ o),     Principal P %hairperson >ice Principal Senior "utor %hief !ursin Officer or !ursin Superintendent

Admi ion Str$n(t' GNM 7ro(r&mm$ i & :i%% ori$nt$d 7ro(r&mm$- T'$r$)or$3 INC =i%% 7$rmit M&+imum o) >?2Si+t*6 tud$nt 7$r 8&tc' 7$r *$&r Annual admission stren th for each school should have prior sanction?permission from the Indian !ursin %ouncil on the basis of student patient ratio2 i3e3 141@ and other teachin learnin facilities should be made available for effective learnin 3 Admi ion tr$n(t' i &nction$d & 7$r t&8%$ (i@$n 8$%o=, Ho 7it&% 8$d tr$n(t' ,;@ .@@ 8@@ ;@@

Num8$r o) &dmi ion 7$r *$&r ,@ .@ 8@ ;@

Tr&inin( P$riod &nd Tim$ Di tri8ution Dur&tion o) t'$ Cour $


"he 'iploma course in General !ursin and Mid-ifery shall be of three years and si7 months duration3 "here should be a preliminary period of 1, -ee*s3 'urin this time the student -ill attend the -ards for observation and supervised practice not e7ceedin 1< hours per (7emption for A!Ms?F&>s? #emale &ealth 6or*ers Si7 months e7emption in trainin shall be iven durin the third year 9in mid-ifery: to those4 a3 6ho have under one A!M trainin of 1A months or , years reco ni1ed by I!%3 b3 F&>Hs -ith ,Q years of trainin reco ni1ed by I!% "herefore duration of trainin shall be of . years S*%%&8u , Same as prescribed for G!M trainees in all three years and internship period3 Y$&rAWi $ di tri8ution o) =$$: 3 d&* &nd 'our o) t'$ cour $ M&+imum 'our 7$r =$$: 7$r tud$nt '&%% 8$ 0> to 1? inc%udin( c%& in truction &nd c%inic&% )i$%d 7r&ctic$Ist Dear IInd Dear IIIrd Dear 8< 8< 8< 6ee*s 6ee*s 6ee*s 1<;< hours 1<;< hours 1<;< hours room

!ote4 Out of ;, -ee*s in one academic year2 total of < -ee*s are deducted3 8 -ee*s vacation2 one -ee* preparatory leave and one -ee* for e7aminations3 Sundays and a1etted holidays are to be considered as holidays3 >acation and holiday Annual >acation Sic* Feave Preparatory Feave 4 4 4 .@ days 1@ day per annum = days per annum

Sic* leave cannot be accumulated from year to year

Cour $ o) In truction &nd u7$r@i $d 7r&ctic$ FIRST YEAR


S-No I

Su8B$ct BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES I3 Anatomy and Physiolo y II3 Microbiolo y

T'$or$tic&% 'our C Su7$r@i $d 7r&ctic$ ./? B@ .@ >? 8@ ,@ /.5 1=; ,@ ,@ .5? A@ ,@ ,@ .@ 0? 5D5


BEHA"IOURAL SCIENCES I3Psycholo y II3 Sociolo y


FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING I3 #undamentals of !ursin II3 #irst Aid III3 Personal &y iene


COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSINGA I I3 %ommunity &ealth !ursin II3(nvironmental &y iene III3&ealth (ducation and %ommunication S*ills I>3 !utrition



SECOND YEAR S-No 1 Su8B$ct MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING I I3 Medical Sur ical !ursin THEORY 18@ 1,@


II3 Pharmacolo y , MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II 2S7$ci&%ti$ 6 I3 %ommunicable 'iseases II3 Orthopaedic !ursin III3 (ar2 !ose and "hroat I>3 Oncolo y?S*in >3 Ophthalmic !ursin . MENTAL HEALTH AND PSYCHIATRIC NURSING %ommunity &ealth !ursin 8 %omputer (ducation TOTAL THIRD YEAR I , . Mid-ifery and Gynaecolo ical !ursin %ommunity &ealth !ursin )II Paediatric !ursin "otal

,@ 1,@ 8@ ,; ,@ ,@ 1; D? A 0? 0>?

1,@ 1@@ =@ /4?

S-No I II III I> >

INTERNSHIP PERIOD (ducational Methods and Media for "eachin in Practice of !ursin Introduction to Research Professional "rends and Adjustment Administration and 6ard Mana ement &ealth (conomics Tot&%

Hour R$Euir$d 8; 8@ 8@ 8; ,@ .4?



INTERNAL ASSESSMENT 13 "here shall be ,;I internal assessment for all the theory papers and ;@ I internal assessment for all the practicals3 ,3 A re ular and periodic assessment for each subject and clinical ? field e7periences is to be carried out3 .3 #or the purpose of internal assessment there shall be -ritten test in each subject ta*en by the respective teacher each month3 "he student shall be required to maintain the practical record boo* and report of observation visits and diary for assessment by the teachers concerned 2 various other techniques for assessment must be also used3 Mar*s shall be allotted for each of the follo-in 4 a: %ase study b: %ase presentation c: !ursin care plan d: Maintenance of record boo*s 9procedure boo* and mid-ifery record boo*: e: 'aily diary

Area -ise clinical assessment is to be carried out 3minimum t-o assessments are required in each clinical area3

83 re ular record of theory and practical is to be maintained 3tas* oriented assessment is to be underta*en3 assessment shall be maintained by teacher for each student each month3 "his can be chec*ed by the council? board principal shall si n all the records of e7amination of the students3 ;3 A candidate must secure ;@ I mar*s in internal assessment separately in each theory and practical 3 to be successful a student must et ;@I mar*s in the internal as -ell as council or board e7amination of each year3 <3 #or each student -ho appears for many supplementary e7amination her ? his fresh internal assessment in the failed subject 9s: practical 9s: is to be sent to the council ? board3 =3 State nursin council ? board should prepare a model perform for performance evaluation for each of the clinical area and circulate to all R schools of nursin for maintainin uniformity3


(ach student is required to maintain the record of follo-in assi nment in clinical areas in each yearR FIRST YEAR a: !ursin care plan

) 8 in medical ?sur ical -ards3

b: 'aily diary
&ealth + tal* #amily study includin #amily care plan )1 each in urban and rural community

field3 ) 1 each in urban and rural community #ield

&ealth assessment of an individual

) 1 each in urban and rural community

#amily community profile


SECOND YEAR a: Medical -ard !ursin care plan %ase study %ase presentation 'ru study b: Sur ical -ard !ursin care plan %ase study %ase presentation , 1 1 1 1 1 1


'ru study c: psychiatry -ard !ursin care plan %ase study %ase presentation 'ru study Process recordin Mental status recordin


1 1 1 1 , 8

THIRD YEAR a: Paediatric -ard !ursin care plan %ase study %ase presentation 'ru study Observation report 9ne- born : b: Maternity and ynaecolo y -ard !ursin care plan %ase study %ase presentation 'ru study , 1 1 1 , , K1 1K1 1K1 1K1

c: 'aily diary urban and rural community field &ealth tal* , each #amily health nursin care plan , each Group project 1 each In addition to above 2 each student shall maintain a procedure boo* and mid-ifery case boo* si ned by concerned teacher ? supervisor and principal -hich is to be presented to e7aminer each year3 "he above assi nments are to be evaluated by concerned teachers for the purpose of internal assessment and shall be presented to the e7ternal e7aminer in a compiled


form and it should be duly si ned by her and should be stamped as cancelled after practical e7amination3 SCHEME OF EXAMINATION A-EXAMINATION FIRST YEAR Pa Subject per 13 $IO)S%I(!%( Anatomy and Physiolo y Microbiolo y $(&A>IOLRAF S%I(!%(S Psycholo y2 Sociolo y #L!'AM(!"AFS O# !LRSI!G #undamentals of nursin 2 #irst aid personal hy iene %OMML!I"D &(AF"& !LRSI!G)1 %ommunity health nursin 2 (nvironmental hy iene2 health education O communication s*ills2 nutrition "otal mar*s 1@@ Internal Assessment ,; %ouncil? board e7amination =; 'uration of e7amination 9hrs: .
















PRA%"I%AF)I2 1@@ #L!'AM(!"AFS O# !LRSI!G SECOND YEAR PAP( SL$E(%" R 1 Medical



"O"A F MAR NS 1@@

I!"(R!AF %OL!%IF?$OA 'LRA"IO! ASS(SSM(! R' O# "S (GAMI!A"I O! 9&RS: ,; =; .






sur ical nursin )I 9pharmacol o y: Medical sur ical nursin +II 9specialities : Mental health and psychiatric nursin practical +I Medical sur ical nursin Practical)II psychiatric nursin














9only school e7amination2 no council ? board e7amination:

Practical e7amination for psychiatric nursin is to be conducted at the place of clinical e7perience at the end of clinical instructions by school itself and internal assessment mar*s should be sent to the council? board3

THIRD YEAR PAP( R 1 SL$E(%" "O"AF I!"(R!AF MARN ASS(SSM(! S " 1@@ ,; %OL!%IF?$OAR ' =; 'LRA"IO! O# (GAMI!A"IO ! 9&RS: .

, .

Mid-ifery and Gynaecolo y Paediatric nursin %ommunity health nursin +II

1@@ 1@@

,; ,;

=; =;

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Practical +I mid-ifery Practical)II Paediatric nursin Practical + III 4communty health nursin )II

1@@ 1@@ 1@@

,; ,; ,;

=; =; =;

EXAMINATIONS FOR ANM <LH" <FHW "hese candidates -ill appear for all the e7amination in theory and practicals as per the scheme of e7amination for other candidates3 $3(li ibility for admission to e7amination A candidate shall be eli ible for the admission to the state council ? board e7amination if the principal of the school certifies that4 a: she ?he has completed not less than eleven month of the course b: she?he has attended =;I of the formal instructions iven on each subject and =;I of the clinical field e7perience in each area ? subject separately durin the academic year3 &o-ever2 the total clinical ??field e7perience prescribed must be completed before the final council? board e7aminations and before the issue of diploma3 9 the diploma shall not be a-arded to the student till she? he has completed the clinical field requirements3 c: "he overall performance of the student and her ?his conduct durin the entire academic year has been satisfactory3 d: "he student has passed in the internal assessment in each subject i3e32 both in the teachin and practical 9;: by securin ;@ I mar*s separate in each theory and practical 9s:3 e: "he record of practical e7perience is complete39the principal shall send to the council ? board the internal assessment for each subject2 i3 (3 $oth theory and practical 9s: before the start of the e7amination alon -ith the e7amination form: f: A!M ?F&>? #&6 -ho have been e7empted for si7 months durin third year -ill be eli ible for third year e7amination after completion of si7 months trainin %3 Supplementary (7amination "he council shall conduct supplementary e7amination -ithin si7 months of the Annual e7amination4 a: If a student fails in one theory paper ? practical 3she?he may be allo-ed to proceed to the ne7t year of study 3she ?he -ill sit for a supplementary ,B

e7amination held subsequently in the failed subject?practical 3if she?he fails to clear supplementary e7amination she?he shall be allo-ed to sit a ain alon -ith her ne7t year annual e7amination3 b: If a student fails in t-o or more papers or practical she?he -ill not be allo-ed to proceed to the ne7t year3 She?he shall sit for supplementary e7amination in the failed subjects?practicals only but shall be eli ible for the ne7t yearHs e7amination after one academic year from the date of passin the last e7amination c) !o candidate for cate ory 9a: shall be allo-ed to proceed to third year9 hi her class:2 unless she? he has passed in the subjects of the previous year 9 bac*lo to the second year:3 d: If a student fails in one theory paper ? practical e7amination of the third year2 she he may be allo-ed to proceed for internship3 She ? he -ill sit for supplementary e7amination held subsequently in the failed subject? practical3 e: If a student fails in t-o or more papers ? practicals she? he -ill not be allo-ed to proceed for internship3 She ? he shall sit for supplementary e7amination in the failed subjects? practicals only3 A student shall not be allo-ed to proceed for internship till he? she clears third year e7amination3 '3 radin of e7amination (7amination shall be raded on a re ate mar*s of the entire three and a half years of the trainin pro ramme2 as follo-sR 'istinction A@I and above #irst division =@I ) =BI Second division <@I) <BI Pass ;@I);BI (3 T'$or* $+&min&tion 13 !ursin teacher -ith minimum of ; years of teachin e7perience 9recent: in a particular subject may be appointed as paper setters and e7aminers for that particular subject only3 ,3 Cuestion papers should have a combination of essay 2 short ans-er and objective type question 9 situation based questions: .3 All units of a subject and sub subject should be iven due -ei ht a e in accordance -ith the instructional hours prescribed3 F- Pr&ctic&% $+&min&tion 13 practical e7amination is to be conducted in the respective clinical area 3 ,3 nursin teacher -ith minimum of five years of teachin ? clinical teachin e7perience 9recent : in a particular subject ? clinical area may be appointed as practical e7aminer .3not more than 1@ to 1; student are to be e7amined in a day .@

83 internal and e7ternal e7aminer shall jointly evaluate each candidate for practical e7amination

INTERNSHIP PERIOD GENERAL OB!ECTI"ES Lpon completion of the internship period the period shall be able to 4 13 'emonstrate s*ills in the dischar e of professional responsibilities independently and effectively3 ,3 'emonstrate be innin s*ills in teachin patients ? client in health can settin and nursin student in clinical settin in an effective manner3 .3 'emonstrate be innin s*ills in administration and mana ement of nursin units 2 health clinics and health centres 83 Assist ? participate in research activities of the institution ?or ani1ation in various health care settin s3 ;3 Identify and participate the needs for continuin and in service education in practice of nursin 3 DETAILS OF INTERNSHIP PERIOD "otal duration ) ,< -ee*s? < months .1

>acation ) 1 -ee* (7amination ) 1 -ee* #or the remainin ,8 -ee*s students -ill be posted in different clinical areas and also under o formal class room instruction "otal -or*in hours of each day + A &ours per -ee* ) A 7 < S8A "otal hours of internship period ) 8A 7 ,8 S11;, "otal hours of theory instruction ) 1B@ "otal hours of clinical postin )11;,)1B@SB<, Student shall attend one hour class daily and = hours for clinical e7perience or one day for theory and five days for clinical e7perience shall be planned by institutes as per their suitability -hich shall come to 8@ hours per -ee* clinical and A hours for theory BREA9 UP OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 13Medical nursin ) . -ee*s ,3 sur ical nursin ) . -ee*s .3paediatric nursin ) . -ee*s 83 psychiatric nursin ) . -ee*s ;3 community health nursin ) 8 -ee*s <3 mid-ifery ) 8 -ee*s =3studentHs area of interest ) , -ee*s A3 , -ee*s of ni ht clinical e7perience is to be iven durin this period -ith ni ht supervisor TOTAL A /1 WEE9S

SCHEME OF E"ALUATION FINTERNSHIP PERIOD 2 SCHOOL EXAMINATION6 THEORY EXAMINATION u8B$ct A $ m$nt o) > Sc'oo% Tot&% m&r: mont' 7$riod $+&min&tion 13(ducational ;@ ;@ 1@@ methods and media for teachin in practice of nursin and research in nursin ,3professional ;@ ;@ 1@@ trends and .,

adjustments 2administration and -ard mana ement and health economics "O"AF 1@@ 1@@ ,@@

PRA%"I%AF (>AFLA"IO! 4 S%&OOF ASS(SSM(!" MARNS Medical O sur ical nursin ,@ Paediatric nursin ,@ %ommunity healthy nursin ,@ Mid-ifery ,@ "O"AF 1@@ Practical e7amination at the end of < months is to be conducted by school at its o-n level to assess clinical s*ills -ard mana ement and professional trends 3 Mar*s are to be submitted to the council for addition in the over all result 3 'iploma by the council?board -ill be issued only after successful completion of internship period



ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY HOURS, 4? COURSE DESCRIPTION, "his course is desi ned to help the students ain *no-led e of the structure and the function of the human body and reco nise any deviation from the normal health in order to render effective nursin services GENERAL OB!ECTI"ES Lpon completion of the course 2 the students -ill be able to 4  'escribe in eneral the structure and the function of human body  'escribe in detail the structure and function of different or ans and systems in the human body  Apply the anatomical and physiolo ical principles in the practice of nursin COURSE CONTENT .8

UNITA. Introduction to &n&tomic&% t$rm UNITAII Or(&niG&tion o) 8od* c$%% ti u$ -or(&n - * t$m m$m8r&n$ &nd (%&nd UNITAIII S:$%$t&% * t$m  $ones 4types 3 structures 2functions  A7ial s*eleton  Appendicular s*eleton  Eoints 4classification2 structure and function UNIT FI" Mu cu%&r * t$m  "ypes 2structure and functions  Position and action of chief muscles of body UNITA" C&rdioA@& cu%&r * t$m  $lood 4composition2 clottin and blood roup 2 cross matchin 3blood products and their use  &eart4 position 2 structure 2 conduction system 2 function and cardiac cycle 3  $lood vessels 4 structural differences and position of chief vessels  %irculation of blood 4 systemic 2 pulmonary and portal circulation  $lood pressure and pulse  Fymphatic system 4 lymph vessels 2 lands 2 ducts and lymph circulation 2 lymph tissues in the body 2 spleen UNITA"I R$ 7ir&tor* * t$m  Structure and functions of respiratory or ans  Physiolo y of respiration  %haracteristics of normal respiration and its deviations UNITA"II Di($ ti@$ * t$m  Structure and functions of or ans of di estion and accessory or ans  Process of di estion and absorption 3  Metabolism 4meanin and metabolism of food constituents UNITA"III E+cr$tor* * t$m  Structure and functions of or ans of urinary system  Structure and functions of s*in  Re ulation of body temperature  #luid and electrolyte balance UNITAIX N$r@ou * t$m  "ype2 structure and functions of neuron3  %entral nervous system4 structure and functions  Autonomic nervous system4 structure and functions3 UNITAX Endocrin$ * t$m .;

 Structure and functions of pituitary 2 pancreas 2 thyroid2

parathyroid2 thymus and supra renal lands3 UNITAXI S$n $ or(&n  Structure and functions of eye2 ear 2 nose and ton ue3  Physiolo y of vision 2 hearin and equilibrium3 UNIT FXII R$7roducti@$ * t$m  Structure and functions of reproductive and accessory or ans 3  Process of reproduction2 menstrual cycle and menopause  Reproductive health  Structure and functions of male reproductive system3 !ote4 6herever possible related clinical application should be included in each unit 3

P *c'o%o(*

Hr - 1? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students understand the dynamics of human behaviour and concept of mental health3 "his -ill enable them to develop positive attitude and ood inter + personal relationships in the practice of nursin in all health care settin s3 G$n$r&% o8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course the students -ill be able to4     'escribe the concept of mental health and psycholo y3 (7plain the dynamics of human behavior personality and learnin 3 'iscuss the role of adjustment mechanisms and emotions in health and illness3 'emonstrate s*ills in the application of principle of psycholo y in nursin practice in all *inds of health care settin s3

Cour $ Cont$nt


UnitAI Introduction ) 'efinitions2 scope of psycholo y and its importance in nursin profession3

Unit F II P *c'o%o(* o) Hum&n B$'&@iour A A A A A A A 'ynamics of behaviour2 motivation and behavioral process of adjustment2 adjustments and mal + adjustments unconscious behaviour3 #rustration4 sources and nature of frustration2 measures to overcome frustration3 %onflicts4 types2 unconscious conflict2 resolution2 conflict and nursin 3 Adjustment Mechanism4 meanin 2 types and importance (motions 4 in health and disease2 emotional situations2 control of emotions2 effect of emotional reactions on health3 Attitudes4 meanin 2 development2 chan es in attitude2 attitude and nursin 3 &abits4 formation2 types2 effective habit formation2 advanta es and disadvanta e of habit formation3

UnitAIII L$&rnin( A A A A !ature of learnin 2 la-s and types of learnin 2 factors promotin (ffective learnin 2 memory and for etfulness3 "hin*in and type of thin*in 3 !ature and type of thin*in 3 Problem solvin and reasonin 3

UnitAI" O8 $r@&tion A Attention and perception2 factors affection attention and Observation and errors in perception3

UnitA" Int$%%i($nc$ A A A A 'efinition2 individual differences in intelli ence3 Mental ability and nature of intelli ence Measurement of intelli ence3 'evelopment of intelli ent behaviour3

UnitA"I P$r on&%it*



Meanin 2 "ypes2 factors affectin development of personality %haracteristics of various a e roup4 %hild2 adolescent2 adult and a ed3 6ill and character3

Micro8io%o(* Hr -0? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students ain *no-led e and understandin of the characteristics and activities of micro + or anisms2 ho- they react under different conditions and ho- they cause different disorders and diseases3 Nno-led e of these principles -ill enable students to understand and adopt practices associated -ith preventive and promotive health care3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ U7on com7%$tion o) t'i cour $3 t'$ tud$nt =i%% 8$ &8%$ to, 13 'escribe the classifications and characteristics of microor anism3 ,3 Fist the common disease producin micro)or anisms and their characteristics3 .3 (7plain the activities of micro)or anism in relation to the environment and the human body3


83 (numerate the basic principle of control and destruction of micro) or anisms3 ;3 Apply the principle of microbiolo y in nursin practice3 Cour $ Cont$nt UnitAI Introduction $rief historical revie- of bacteriolo y and microbiolo y3 Scope and usefulness of *no-led e of microbiolo y in nursin 3 UnitAII MicroAOr(&ni m %lassification2 structure2 si1e method and rate of reproduction #actors influencin ro-th Patho enic and non)patho enic or anisms !ormal flora of the body3 %ommon diseases caused by different types of microor anisms3 Unit III in)$ction &nd it tr&n mi ion Sources of infection Gro-th of microbes Portals of entry and e7it of microbes "ransmission of infection %ollection of specimens3

UnitAI" Immunit* "ypes of immunity &ypersensitivity and autoimmunity3 Unit F" T'$ contro% &nd d$ truction o) microAor(&ni m Principle and methods of microbial control Sterili1ation4 dry heat2 moist heat2 chemicals and radiation3 'isinfection physical2 natural ases2 chemicals used and preparation of lotions %hemotherapy and antibiotics Medical and sur ical asepsis2 cross)infection %ontrol of spread of infection Pasteuri1ation $io)safety and -aste mana ement3 UnitA"I Introduction to L&8or&tor* t$c'niEu$


Microscope4 Parts and uses3 &andlin and care of microscope Inoculation of culture media Stainin and e7amination of slides Preparation and e7amination of smears3


Hr -/? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help student ain an understandin of sociolo y in the conte7t of its relevance to nursin practice3 G$n$r&% o8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  'escribe the concept of the family as a social unit and the status of the individual in the family3  (7plain the dynamics of society and identify common social problems3  'emonstrate ability to understand the socio)cultural and economic aspects of the community in the li ht of their effects on health and illness3  Ltilise the *no-led e and understandin of sociolo y in nursin practice3 Cour $ Cont$nt Unit F I Introduction


%oncept scope nature and importance of sociolo y in nursin 3 "he socio)cultural and economic aspects of the community and their effects in health and illness3 Unit F II T'$ Indi@idu&% A A A $rief revie- of human ro-th and development3 (ffect of environment on childhood2 adolescence2 adulthood and old a e3 "he ri ht and responsibilities of the individual in a democratic society3

Unit F III T'$ F&mi%* A A A #amily as a social institution and basic unit for health services3 $asic needs of family2 its structure and relationships3 #amily life education4 Pre)marria e2 marria e and parenthood3

Unit F I" T'$ Soci$t* A A A A A A %oncept Group4 "ypes2 Structure2 Inter) roup relationship3 Group cycle2 roup behaviour and roup morale3 Social chan es2 social control2 social stratification3 Rural and urban society3 Social problems4 unmarried mothers2 do-ry system2 prostitution2 dru addiction2 alcoholism2 delinquency2 handicapped2 child abuse2 -omen abuse3 Social a encies and remedial measures3

Unit F " T'$ Communit* A 'efinition2 characteristics and culture3

Unit F "I Econom* A A A A Resources of the country4 natural2 occupational a ricultural2 Industrial etc3 Social Security Population e7plosion 4 Its effect on economy and the need for population control3 $ud etin for a family2 per capital income and its impact on health and illness3


Fund&m$nt&% o) Nur in( Hr -.D1 Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students develop an ability to meet the basic health need of the patients -ith re ard to nursin care and develop s*ill in the competencies required for renderin effective patient care3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the student -ill be able to 4  'escribe the physical mental and social adjustment required of a sic* individual and his family3  %arry out basic nursin techniques and care -ith the application of sound scientific principles3  (7plain the concept of comprehensive nursin care3  'evelop s*ills in assessment2 plannin 2 implementation and evaluation of the nursin care rendered to the patients3  %ommunicate effectively and establish ood interpersonal relationship -ith the patients2 their relatives and other health team members3


 'emonstrate s*ills in observation2 recordin and reportin 3  Reco ni1e and utili1e opportunities for plannin and implementin need based health teachin pro ramme9s: for individuals2 roups2 families and communities3 Cour $ Cont$nt UnitAI Introduction to Nur in( A A A A A A !ursin 4 'efinition2 meanin 2 !ature2 Scope2 Principle sand history of nursin 3 !urse4 'efinition and meanin 2 preparation of a nurse qualities)personal2 professional3 (thics in nursin 2 Role and responsibilities of a nurse3 &ealth care a encies4 &ospital and %ommunity2 "ypes of &ospitals and their functions3 &olistic approach to nursin 3 %omprehensive nursin care3

Unit F II Nur in( c&r$ o) t'$ 7&ti$nt < C%i$nt A A A A A Introduction to the sic* and -ell3 'eterminants of health status3 Patient?%lient 4 As an individual2 member of the family2 society2 effects of illness and hospitali1ation on patient and his family3 Admission of a patient 4 PatientHs unit2 set up and care admission procedure2 reception of patient2 care of patientHs belon in s3 $ed and $ed Ma*in Principle of bed)ma*in 2 factor to be considered in selectin and ma*in bed2 different types of beds and their uses3

Maintenance of therapeutic environment "emperature2 Fi ht2 noise and humidity3 Psycho Social (nvironment A Meanin and its importance2 aesthetic consideration in the environment2 colour scheme beauty and flo-er arran ements3 !ursin Process and !ursin %are Plan A Meanin importance and steps in development3

Recordin and Reportin A Importance2 types and nurses responsibilities3


'ischar in a patient A A Preparation of the patient physically and mentally2 dischar e procedure2 hospital policies2 preparation of the patientHs relatives for dischar e3 #ollo- up and Rehabilitation revisit2 treatment compliance and referral2

Unit F III B& ic Nur in( C&r$ &nd N$$d o) t'$ 7&ti$nt &y ienic !eeds and Physical needs A A A A A Importance of maintainin ood personal and environmental hy iene in health and disease3 !urseHs role in maintainin ood personal and environmental hy iene3 %are of S*in and Mucous Membrane3 $ed bath2 care of hair2 eyes2 nose2 ears2 teeth2 enitalia2 hands and feet3 !utritional needs3 Importance of diet in health and disease2 factors affectin the normal nutrition in sic*ness2 nurseHs role in maintainin ood nutrition2 feedin helpless patients2 maintenance of inta*e and output record3

(limination needs A A Problem in sic*ness4 %onstipation and diarrhea2 retention and incontinence of urine3 !urseHs role in meetin elimination needs3

Safety needs A A (nvironmental ha1ards2 role of nurses in prevention of health ha1ards3 Interpersonal relationship2 cultural?spiritual?reli ious needs3

Activity and (7ercises A Importance of activity and e7ercise in health and sic*ness2 active and passive e7ercise3

Physical %omforts A %omfort 4 meanin and its importance in health and disease2 factors promotin and inhibitin physical comfort2 comfort devices and their uses2 body mechanics2 positions3

Movin 2 shiftin and Fiftin of patient


) %are of pressure points2 bed sores4 causes2 si ns2 symptoms2 prevention and nursin care ) Shiftin of patient from one side to another2 from bed to -heel chair and bed to stretcher3 Unit F I" A $ m$nt o) 7&ti$nt < C%i$nt A Principles and importance of assessment2 methods of assessment 4 observation2 palpation2 auscultation2 percussion2 developin s*ill in observation3 Physical Assessment A &ei ht2 -ei ht2 posture2 speech

Physiolo ical Assessment A A A "emperature2 pulse2 respiration and blood pressure %haracteristics of normal and abnormal 9"3P3R3 and $3P3: and factors influencin the variations3 Lrine stool2 vomit2 sputum2 normal and abnormal behaviour and its deviation3

Unit F " T'$r&7$utic Nur in( C&r$ &nd Proc$dur$ A $7 i A A A A A A A A A &and -ashin 2 hand scrubbin 2 use of mas*2 o-n2 loves 'isinfection techniques2 sterili1ation techniques3 Autoclavin 2 boilin 2 flamin 2 ultra violet rays3 %are and Sterili1ation of4 Finen2 bed2 mattress2 floor2 -alls2 cupboard and other articles3 Rubber oods2 dressin s2 instruments2 needles2 syrin es enamel articles3 $arrier !ursin and isolation3 %are of Respiratory System Inhalation4 dry inhalation2 moist inhalation2 ju 2 !elsonHs inhaler2 steam tent2 electric inhalers2 suction oro)nasal3 %ollection of specimen of sputum for e7amination3 %are of Gastro Intestinal "react Preparation and ivin of enema 4 Retention enema2 evacuation enema2 suppository2 passin of flatus tube3 %are of Genito Lrinary System Perineal care of terminally ill patient and patient -ith urinary catheter3 %ollection of specimens of urine and stool for routine and cultural e7amination3 %are of S*in and Mucous Membranes




%old application 4 Ice cap2 cold pac*s2 use of evaporatin application 4 use of hot -ater bottle2 dry fomentation2 moist fomentation2 medicated fomentation3


Unit F I" B& ic N$$d &nd C&r$ in S7$ci&% condition A A A A %are of patient -ith fever2 unconscious patient2 patient -ith fluid imbalance2 patient -ith dyspnoea3 %are of terminally ill patient3 %are of physically handicapped3 'yin patient Si ns and symptoms of approachin death2 needs of the dyin patient and his relatives2 care of the dyin 2 last offices2 pac*in of dead bodies in non) communicable and communicable diseases3

Unit F "II Introduction to P'&rm&co%o(* A %oncept of Pharmacolo y3 A %lassification of dru s3 A Administration of dru s3 A General action of dru s3 A !ursin implications in administration of dru s3 Fir t Aid

Hr - /? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students develop and understandin of community emer encies and be able to render first aid services as and -hen need arises3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to 4  'escribe the rules of first aid3  'emonstrate s*ill in renderin first aid in case of emer encies3 Cour $ Cont$nt UnitA I Introduction A A Importance of first aid and rules of first aid3 %oncept of emer ency3


Unit F II Fir t Aid in Em$r($nc* itu&tion A A A #ire2 burns2 fractures2 accidents2 poisonin 2 dro-nin 2 haemorrha es2 insect bites2 forei n bodies3 "ransportation of the injured3 $anda in and splintin 3

Unit F III Communit* Em$r($nci$ &nd R$ ourc$ Communit* Em$r($nci$ A A A #ire2 e7plosions2 floods2 earthqua*es2 famines3 Immediate and late role of nurses3 !eed for rehabilitation3 %ommunity Resources A A A Police Assistance3 >oluntary a encies 4 Focal2 !ational and international a encies3 Ambulance services4 "heir functions in relation to emer encies3

P$r on&% H*(i$n$ Hr -/? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students acquire the concept of health2 an understandin of the principles of personal health and its relation to nursin in health and disease3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  (7plain the concept of health and hy iene3  (numerate the principles of personal health3  'emonstrate s*ills to apply these principles in effective nursin patients ? clients as -ell as in her o-n healthy livin 3 Cour $ Cont$nt Unit F I Introduction %oncept of health and its relation to successful livin 3 Unit F II M&int$n&nc$ o) H$&%t'

care of the


'eterminants of health2 buildin of ood health habits2 immuni1ation2 correction of defects2 maintenance of health records3 Unit F III P'* ic&% H$&%t' %are of s*in2 hair2 teeth2 eyes2 ears2 hand and feet2 Rest and sleep2 e7ercise2 activity2 recreation2 posture2 nutrition2 elimination2 menstrual hy iene3 Unit F I" M$nt&% H$&%t'3 A A %haracteristics of mentally healthy person32 Mental hy iene in intrauterine2 infancy2 childhood2 adolescence2 adulthood and old a e3

Communit* H$&%t' Nur in( FI Hr -H? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students ain an understandin of the concept of commu=nity health in order to introduce them to the -ider hori1ons of renderin nursin services in a community ste)up2 both in urban and rural areas3 General objective Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4 'escribe the concept of health2 community health and community health nursin 3 State the principles of epidemiolo y and epidemiolo ical method of community health nursin practice3 (7plain the various services provided to the community and the role of the nurse 'emonstrate s*ills to practice effective nursin care of the individuals and families in the clinics as -ell as in their homes2 usin scientific principles3


COURSE CONTENT UnitA I Introduction to communit* H$&%t' &nd commuDnit* '$&%t' Nur in(             &ealth and disease %ommunity2 community health2 community health nursin 3 'imensions of health &ealth determinants Indicators of health levels of health care Primary health care4 (lements and principles !urseHs role in primary health care3 &ealth for all by ,@@@ A3' (volution and development of community health nursin in India and its present concept3 'ifferences bet-een institutional and community health nursin 3 %ommunity health team functionin Philosophy2 oals2 objectives and principles of community health nursin practice3 Cualities and functions of a community health nurse3

UnitAII communit* '$&%t' nur in( 7roc$  %oncepts and definition  Importance of the community health nursin process  Steps of the process4 %ommunity identification2 population composition2 health and allied resources2 community assessment2 plannin and conductin community health nursin care services3 UnitA III H$&%t' A $ m$nt  %haracteristics of healthy individual  Identification of deviation from normal health3 UnitA I" Princi7%$ o) E7id$mio%o(* &nd E7id$mio%o(ic&% m$t'od  'efinition and aims of epidemiolo y  $asic tools of measurement in epidemiolo y  Lses of epidemiolo y


       

'isease %ycle Spectrum of disease3 Fevels of prevention of disease3 'isease transmission)direct and indirect Immunity Immurin a ents and immuni1ation schedule %ontrol of infectious diseases 'isinfection

UnitA F&mi%* H$&%t' Nur in( c&r$  %oncept2 oals2 objectives2 family as a unit of health family health care services3  #amily health and nursin care process) family health assessment2 family care plan3  #amily health services) Material2 %hild care and family -elfare services3  Roles and function of a community health nurse in family health services3  #amily health records3 UnitA"I F&mi%* '$&%t' c&r$ $ttin(           &ome visitin Purposes Principles Plannin and evaluation $a technique %linic Purposes "ypes of clinics and their functions Settin up of various clinics #unctions of &ealth personnel in these clinics

UnitA "II R$)$rr&% * t$m Unit F "III R$cord &nd R$7ort      "ypes of records Lses of records (ssential requirements of records3 %umulative records 'esi n of cards? Records

UnitAIX Minor Ai%m$nt  %lassification  (arly detection and mana ement  Standin instructions?orders


En@ironm$nt&% H*(i$n$ &rs4,@ Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students acquire the concept of health2 understandin of the principles of environmental health and its relation to nursin in health and disease3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$     Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be to4 'escribe the concept of environmental health 'escribe the principles of environmental health 'emonstrate s*ills to apply these principles in the pursin care of the patients?clients as -ell as in their o-n healthy livin 3  'escribe the environmental health ha1ards and health problems of the country and services available to meet these3 Cour $ Cont$nt Unit I Introduction  %omponents of environment  Importance of environmental health3


UnitAII En@ironm$nt&% )&ctor contri8utin( to '$&%t' =&t$r  Safe and -holesome -ater  Lses of 6ater    -ater pollution -ater borne diseases3 6ater purification Air   6aste  Refuse     (7creta Se-a e &ealth ha1ards of these -astes %ollection removal and disposal of these -astes Air pollution Prevention and control of air pollution

&ousin  Site     $asic amenities "ypes and standard of ventilation Requirements of ood li htin 3 !atural and artificial li htin 3

!oise  Source of noise  %ommunity noise levels  (ffects of noise  !oise control Arthropods of Public &ealth Importance  Mosquitoes2 housefly2 sandfly2 human louse2 ratfleas etc3  Rodents3


%ontrol measures for these arthropods3

Unit F III Communit* or(&niG&tion to 7romot$ En@ironm$nt&% H$&%t' Fevels and types of a encies4 !ational2 state2 local2 Government2 >oluntary and Social a encies

HEALTH EDUCATON AND COMMUNICATION S9ILLS Hr - /? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students acquire the concept of health education and understandin of the principles underlyin health education in order to develop an ability to communicate effectively -ith the patients2 community2 health team members and others3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ ;.

Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  'escribe the concept of health education2 communication s*ills2 audio)visual education a encies3  Identify and utili1e opportunities for health education planned and incidental3  %ommunicate effectively -ith others3 Cour $ Cont$nt Unit F I Introduction  %oncept2 definition2 aims and objectives of health education3       Process of chan e?modification of health behaviour3 Opportunities of health education in hospital and community3 Scope of health education Fevels and approaches of health education3 Principles of health education3 !urseHs role as health educator3

Unit F II Communic&tion :i%%  'efinition of communication      Purposes of communication Process of communication $arriers of communication and establishment of successful communication3 "ypes of communication3 Importance and art of observin and listenin in communication3

Unit F III M$t'od &nd M$di& o) H$&%t' Educ&tion  Methods of health education    "ypes of media 9A3>3Aids:3 Advanta es and limitations of each3 Preparation and uses of simple aids

Unit F H$&%t' Educ&tion A($nci$  !ational   State 'istrict ;8


NUTRITION Hr -0? Cour $ d$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students understand that nutrition is an inte ral component of health since nutrition play a vital role in the ro-th2 development and maintenance of the body3 G$n$r&% o8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  'escribe the principles of nutrition and dietetics and its relationship to the human body in health and disease3  'escribe the common foods in health and disease3  Apply *no-led e in the promotion of health and in the care of sic*3  'emonstrate s*ills in selection2 preparation and preservation of foods3 Cour $ cont$nt Unit F I Introduction  %han in concepts) food habits and customs3  Relationship of nutrition to health3

Unit F II C%& i)ic&tion o) )ood A- %lassification by ori in   #ood of animal ori in #ood of ve etable ori in


ENGLISH HRS-0? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students develop an ability to comprehend spo*en and -ritten (n lish2 so as to communicate effectively in this lan ua e3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  Read and -rite correct (n lish3  %ommunicate effectively in (n lish lan ua e3  'emonstrate s*ill in -ritin and spea*in in (n lish lan ua e3 Cour $ cont$nt Unit F I Gr&mm&r  "he sentence  'ifferent parts of speech in brief3

Unit F II Com7o ition  Analysis2 transformation and synthesis of sentences


 

%orrect usa e of sentences3 Readin comprehension) (7ercise of prescribed short ans-ers3

Unit F III Writt$n com7o ition      Para raph -ritin Story -ritin %omprehension Precise -ritin (ssay -ritin

Unit F I" "oc&8u%&r*

%onversation Spea*in s*ills3

M$dic&% Sur(ic&% Nur in( F I Hr -.1? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course -ill help students understand the concept of disease and disease process3 Students -ill be able to ain *no-led e and develop understandin of various medical2 sur ical disorders and diseases3 "hey -ill be able to ive comprehensive nursin care to patients -ith these diseases3 G$n$r&% o8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill able to 4


 'escribe the causes2 symptoms2 treatment and prevention of medical sur ical diseases3  'emonstrate s*ills in carryin out nursin technique and procedures -ith the application of scientific principles3  'iscuss nursin process and provide nursin care to patients -ith medical sur ical? diseases3 Cour $ cont$nt Unit F I Introduction • $rief history of evolution of modern medicine and sur ery and theories of illness and its causation3 • Illness as human e7perience3 • !ursin process and nursin care plan3 Unit F II Nur in( A $ m$nt • &ealth Assessment • Physical e7amination • General clinical investi ation Unit F III P&t'o P'* io%o(ic&% M$c'&ni m o) Di $& $ • Inflammation3 • Stress adaptation3 • 'efence a ainst injury3 • !utritional consideration3 Unit F I" A%t$r$d Immun$ R$ 7n $ • Revie- of normal immunity29 Revie- Lnit T> of microbiolo y: • Altered immune response2 hypersensitivity and aller y3 • !ursin mana ement of immuno therapy3 • Auto immune disease3 • Graft verses host disease3

Unit F " C%inic&% P'&rm&co%o(* • "erminolo y • 'ru s and la-s3 • $asic clinical pharmacolo y3 • Source of dru s2 action2 side effects2 doses of dru s3 • 'ifferent pharmacolo ical preparations3 • Administration of medicine to patient3 • !ursin implications of administration of dru s3


Unit F "I Nur $J ro%$ in M&n&($m$nt o) F%uid 3 E%$ctro%*t$ &nd Acid B& $d B&%&nc$ • 6ater content of body3 • &omeostasis • Revie- mechanism of controllin fluid and electrolyte movement3 • Revie- re ulation of fluid and electrolyte3 • #luid and electrolyte imbalance and their therapeutic mana ement3 Unit F "II M&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt in 7&in • %oncept • Assessment • "ypes2 location • !ursin mana ement • Anal esic dru s • "herapeutic approaches to pain3 Unit F "III O7$r&tion T'$&t$r T$c'niEu$ P'* ic&% En@ironm$nt • Operation theatre 4 cleanin of rooms2 tables2 trolleys2 li hts and other equipments3 • Pre) operative holdin areas3 "heatre "echnique • Scrubbin ) hand -ashin • Go-nin • Glovin • Positionin of patient for various sur ical procedures3 Preparation of "heatre equipment O Supplies • %leanin • Pac*in • Sterili1ation • !eedles2 Sutures) types and their uses3 • Role of nurses in care of patient in the theatre3

Unit F IX M&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt und$r(oin( ur($r* • Assessment of pre) operative patient 4 physical2 psychosocial and physiolo ical aspects3 • !ursin mana ement of pre) operative patient3 Intra operative Mana ement • Sur ical team • !urseHs functions in operation theatre3 • Anesthesia4 classification2 anesthetic a ents and role of a nurse in anesthesia3 Post) operative mana ement + Immediate and Routine • "ransferrin patient from operation theatre3 ;B

• • • • •

Patient in recovery room3 Recovery from anesthesia3 Post operative nursin mana ement3 Administration of post operative orders3 Post) operative complications4 observation2 prevention and mana ement3

Unit F X Nur in( m&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' im7&ir$d r$ 7ir&tor* )unction &nd (& $ou $+c'&n($ • Assessment of respiratory functions3 • Mana ement of patient -ith impaired respiratory functions3 • Respiratory intensive care3 • Mana ement of patients -ith disorders of upper respiratory tract3 • Mana ement of patients -ith disorders of the chest and lo-er respiratory tract3 Unit F XI Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) P&ti$nt =it' Di($ ti@$ &nd G& troAInt$ tin&% Di ord$r • Assessment of Gastro)intestinal disorders3 • Mana ement of upper astro)intestinal disorders3 • Gastro)Intestinal intubations and special !utritional Mana ement3 • Mana ement of patient -ith lo-er astro)intestinal disorders Unit F XII Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) P&ti$nt =it' M$t&8o%ic &nd Endocrin$ Di ord$r • Assessment of hepatic and biliary function • Mana ement in hepatic and biliary disorders • Assessment of endocrinal function • Mana ement of endocrinal disorders3 Lnit + GTTT !ursin Mana ement of patients -ith renal and urinary disorders • Assessment of renal and urinary functions • Mana ement of patients -ith urinary and renal disorders3 • Renal failure and dialysis • Renal transplant3 Lnit + GT> !ursin Mana ement of patient -ith !eurolo ical disorders • Assessment of neurolo ical function • Mana ement of patient -ith neurolo ical dysfunction • Mana ement of patient -ith neurolo ical disorders3 Lnit + G> !ursin Mana ement of patients -ith disorders of connective tissue colla en disorders3 • Assessment • Mana ement of patient -ith disorders of connective tissue and colla en Lnit + G>T !ursin Mana ement of the (lderly <@

• • • •

Assessment of elderly A ein process &elpin in promotin -ellness and self care &ealth problems in elderly

Lnit + G>TT (mer ency Mana ement • • Medical sur ical emer encies3 !urses role in emer ency conditions3

MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING A/ HRS-./? COURSE OUTLINE "his course -ill help students understand the concept diseases and disease process3 Students -ill be able to ain *no-led e and develop understandin of various medical sur ical speciality disorders and diseases3 "hey -ill be able to ive comprehensive nursin care to patients -ith these disease3 G(!(RAF O$E(%"I>(S


Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able toR • 'escribe the causes2 symptoms2si ns2treatment and prevention of diseases classified under medical sur ical specialities3 • 'emonstrate s*ill in carryin out nursin techniques and procedures -ith the application of scientific principles3 • Prepare nursin care plan usin nursin process and provide care to patients -ith these diseases3 Cour $ cont$nt Unit A. onco%o(* nur in(  !ursin mana ement of patients -ith abnormal cell ro-th3  Problems and mana ement3  %lassification of cancer3  'etection2prevention3  "reatment modalities3 !ursin mana ement of patients recevin 4  %hemotherapy  Radiation  Fate effect of chemotherapy and radiation  nursin mana ement of patients under oin radical sur ery  bone marro- transplant and its mana ement  nursin mana ement of terminally ill patients  rehabilitation of cancer patients UnitA/ Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' di $& $ o) m&%$ ($nitorAurin&r* tr&ct Assessment of enito)urinary function3  'isorders of male enito)urinary tract and its mana ement3 UnitA0 Nur in( m&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' di ord$r o) 8r$& t Assessment3  'isorders of breast and breast cancer3  Mana ement of patients under oin sur ery for cancer breast3 Unit A1 Nur in( m&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' di $& $ &nd di ord$r o) int$(um$nt&r* * t$m Assessment of s*in and its functions3  Inflammatory and non inflammatory disorders and its mana ement3  Infestations2 infectious and non infectious diseases and their mana ement3  S*in cancer  Special dermatolo ical therapy3  $urn and its mana ement3 Unit A5 Nur    in( m&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' o7t'&%&mic di ord$r &nd di $& $ Assessment of function of eyes3 'iseases and disorders of eyes and its mana ement3 Revie- national pro rammes on blindness and trachoma3

&ospital cornea retrieval4


) Grief counsellin 2 eye collection in hospitals ) Motivations for eye donation3 ) Obtainin consent for eye donation3 ) "ransplantation of human or ans bill and eye collection3 ) (ye ban*in in India3 Unit A> Nur in( m&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' di ord$r &nd di $& $ o) $&r3 no $3 &nd t'ro&t Assessment of the functions of ear2 nose2 and throat3  'isorders and diseases of the ear2 nose2 and throat3  Mana ement of disorders and diseases of ear2 nose2 and throat3 Unit AD Nur in( m&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' c&rdio @& cu%&r 3circu%&tor* &nd '&$moto%o(ic&% di ord$r  Assessment of cardio vascular functions3  Mana ement of patients -ith cardio vascular diseases3  Mana ement of patients in I3%3L and %3%3L3  Assessment and mana ement of circulatory 2 haematolo ical disorders and problems of peripheral ciculation3  Phlebotomy procedure in blood donars3  Sample and request for blood transfusion3  Safety chec*s and records for blood transfusion3  Adverse transfusion reaction and their mana ement3  $lood ban* functionin + hospital transfusion committee3  $lood donar care 2 post donation mana ement2 counselin of blood donors3  Inventory of necessary requirement for the transfusion3 Unit AH Nur in( m&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' communic&8%$ di $& $  Assessment  Revie- of infection2 ho- it spreads and its control3  Preparation2 care and administration of antisera and vaccines3  Isolation) revie- of epidemiolo y and control measures3  Mana ement of various infectious diseases3 'iseases caused by4 >irus + Measles2 chic*en po72 influen1a2 small po72 mumps2 encephalitis2 infective hepatitis2 poliomyelitis2 rabies2 AI'S3 $acteria + 'iptheria2 -hoopin cou h2 tetanus2 typhoid2 dysentery2 astro)entritis2 cholera2 menin ococcal menin itis2 tuberculosis3 Uoonosis + Nala)a1ar2 pla ue2 relapsin fever3 Mosquito + malaria2 filarial2 yello- fever2 den ue fever3 Unit F 4 Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' $+u&%%* tr&n mitt$d di $& $  Assessment  Se7 health and hy iene3  Gonorrhoea2 syphilis2 Granuloma venerium23 %hancroid2 Granuloma in uinale and AI'S3 <.

Unit F .? Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) 7&ti$nt =it' Mu cu%oA :$%$t&% Di ord$r &nd di $& $  Assessment of musculo)s*eletal functions3   'isorders and diseases of bone2 muscles2 cartila e2 li aments and their mana ement3 Rehabilitation2 physiotherapy and occupational therapy3

Unit F .. Em$r($nc* &nd di & t$r Nur in( !atural calamities3    Manmade disaster3 %ommunity resource available to meet such calamities3 !urseHs role in disaster mana ement3



"his course is desi ned to help students develop the concept of mental health and mental illness2 its causes2 symptoms2 prevention2 treatment modalities and nursin mana ement of mentally ill3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  'escribe the concept of mental health and mental illness and the emer in trends in psychiatric nursin 3  (7plain the causes and factors of mental illness2 its prevention and control3  Identity the symptoms and dynamics of abnormal human behaviour in comparison -ith normal human behaviour3  'emonstrate a desirable attitude and s*ills in renderin comprehensive nursin care to the mentally ill3 Cour $ cont$nt Unit F I Introduction  Meanin of mental health and mental illness3    'efinition of terms used in psychiatry3 Revie- of mental mechanisms 9e o mechanisms:3 Revie- of personality and types of personality3

Unit F II Hi tor* o) P *c'i&tr*  %ontributors to psychiatry3   &istory of psychiatric nursin 3 "rends in psychiatric nursin 3

Unit F III M$nt&% H$&%t' A $ m$nt  Psychiatric history ta*in  Intervie- technique and mental status e7amination3

Unit F I" Communit* M$nt&% H$&%t'  %oncept2 importance and scope3    Attitude and misconception to-ards mentally ill3 Prevention of mental illness 9preventive psychiatry: durin childhood2 adolescence2 adulthood and old a e3 %ommunity mental health services3


Role of nurses in community mental health services3

Unit F " P *c'i&tric Nur in( M&n&($m$nt  'efinition of psychiatric nursin 3      Principles of psychiatric nursin 3 !ursin process3 Role of nurses in providin psychiatric nursin care3 "herapeutic nurse)patient relationship3 %ommunication s*ills3

Unit F "I M$nt&% di ord$r &nd Nur in( Int$r@$ntion  (tioloy) various etiolo ical theories 9 enetics2 biochemical2 psycholo ical2 etc3:    %lassification of mental disorders3 Or anic mental disorders) Acuter brain syndrome3 %hronic brain syndrome3

#unctional Mental 'isorders  Prevalence2 etiolo y2 si ns and symptoms2 pro nosis2 medical and nursin mana ement3     Schi1ophrenic disorders3 Mood 9affective: disorders3 Manic depressive psychosis3 An7iety states3

'efinition2 etiolo y2 si ns2 symptoms2 medical and nursin mana ement of4 Phoebic disorders2 obsessive compulsive disorder2 depressive neurosis2 conversion disorders2 dissociative reaction2 hypochondriasis2 psychosomative disorders2 alcohol2 dru s and other psychoactive substances abuse3 Unit F "II BioAP *c'o oci&% T'$r&7i$ Psychopharmacolo y  'efinition2 classification of dru s2 antipsychotic2 antidepressant2 antimanic2 antian7iety a ents3  Role of nurses in psychopharmacolo y3

Psychosocial therapies


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'efinition of psychosocial therapies3 "ypes of therapies4 individual and roup therapy2 behaviour therapy2 occupational therapy3 Role of nurse in these therapies3

Somatic therapy  &istory2 technique of electro)convulsion therapy 9(%":2 indications2 contraindications3  Role of nurses before2 durin and after electroconvulsive therapy3

Unit F "III For$n ic P *c'i&tr* < L$(&% A 7$ct  Fe al responsibilities in care of mentally sic* patients     Procedure for admission and dischar e from mental hospital2 leave of absence3 Indian Funatic Act 1B1, Mental &ealth Act 1BA= !arcotic 'ru s and Psychotropic Act 1BA;

Unit F IX P *c'i&tric Em$r($nci$ &nd Cri i Int$r@$ntion  Over active patient   'estructive patient Suicidal patient3


Com7ut$r in Nur in( Hr - 0? <A

Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students ain a basic understand of computers in order to utili1e this in renderin effective nursin care in different settin s3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  'escribe the basic dis* operatin system3  Lse computer for data processin 3  Lse computer for -ord processin and raphics3  Lse computer in patient mana ement system3  Lse ()mail and internet3 Cour $ Cont$nt Lnit I Lnit II Lnit III Lnit + I> Lnit + > Lnit + >I Lnit ) >III ) Introduction to computers and dis*)operatin system3 ) Introduction to -ord processin 3 ) Introduction to data base3 ) Graphics and use of statistical pac*a es3 ) 6indo-s application2 -ord2 e7cel2 po-er point2 multimedia ) Introduction to Internet and use of electronic mail3 ) %omputer aided teachin and testin 3

Mid=i)$r* &nd G*n&$co%o(ic&% Nur in( Mid=i)$r* , Hr - .??


G*n&$co%o(* , Hr - /? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students acquire *no-led e and ain s*ills to meet the health needs of -omen durin the period of pre nancy2 labor and puerperium3 "he students -ill be able to identify different ynaelo ical disorders and diseases and ain s*ills in provin nursin care to -omen sufferin form these disorders and diseases3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course the students -ill be able to4  'escribe the health needs of -omen in pre nancy2 labour and puerperium3  Identify deviation9s: from normal pre nancy and ta*e appropriate action3  'emonstrate s*ills in providin ante partum2 intrapartum and postpartum care to the ne- born3  Fist different ynaecolo ical problems and demonstrate s*ills in providin nursin care to -omen sufferin form these disorders and diseases3 Cour $ Cont$nt Unit F I Introduction - 'efinition 4 Mid-ifery2 obstetrical nursin 3 - Scope3 - &istorical revie-3 - 'evelopment of maternity services in India Unit F II R$7roducti@$ * t$m - Revie- of enitor)urinary system of male and female or ans structure2 physiolo y3 - Menstrual cycle3 - Internal and e7ternal or ans of reproduction3 - #emale pelvis4 structure2 diameters and type3 Unit F III Em8r*o%o(* &nd )o$t&% d$@$%o7m$nt - Ovum2 sperm2 maturation 2 fertili1ation and implantation3 - 'evelopment of fertili1ed ovum2 morula2 blastocyst2 embryo3 - 'evelopment of pacenta4 structure of full term placenta2 functions and abnormalities2 anatomical variations3 - #ormation of foetal sac2 membranes2 amnion and chorionand their functions3 - #ormation of liquor amni2 its functions and abnormalities3 - 'evelopment of umbilical cord4 structure2 functions and abnormalities3 - #oetal s*ull4 diameters2 frontanelles2 sutures and their importance3 - #oetal circulation3 Unit A I" Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) Pr$(n&nt Wom$n =@


Reproductive health3 Genetic counselin 3 Physiolo ical chan es in pre nancy3 'ia nosis of pre nancy4 history2 si ns and symptoms and investi ations3 Influence of homones3 Prenatal care4 objectives2 history ta*in 2 calculation of e7pected date of delivery2 routine e7aminations3 &ealth education4 breast care2 diet in pre nancy antenatal e7ercises3 Preparation for hospital? home delivery3 Immunisation3 Minor disorders of pre nancy and its mana ement3

Unit F " Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) =om$n in L&8our - 'efinition2 sta e and duration3 - %auses of onset of labour3 - "rue and false labour3 A3 #irst Sta e of Fabour - Si ns of onset of labour3 - Physiolo ical chan es in first sta e of labour3 - Mana ement + preparation of labour room3 - Preparation of -omen in labour 4 Physical and psycholo ical3 - (quipments for normal delivery3 - %are4 physical2 psycholo ical2 monitorin of maternal and foetal condition3 - >a inal e7aminationR indication2 articles2 technique3 $3 Second Sta e of Fabour - Si ns of second sta e3 - Mechanism of labour3 - Monitorin of maternal and foetal condition3 - Physical and psycholo ical care3 - Procedure for conduct of normal delivery3 - Prevention of perineal tear3 - (pisiotomy2 suturin and care3 %3 "hird Sta e of Fabour - Si ns2 physiolo ical chan es3



Mana ement 4 immediate baby care2 technique of placental e7pulsion2 monitorin maternal condition e7amination of placements and its membranes2 blood loss3 Immediate postnatal care ? fourth sta e of labour3

'3 %onduct of &ome 'elivery Unit F "I Nur in( M&n&($m$nt o) B&8* &t 8irt' - Assessment - Revie- of physiolo y of ne- born - Ap ar scorin 2 e7amination for defects 9head to foot e7amination: - Infant feedin 4 breast feedin 2 artificial feedin 3 - %are of s*in2 eyes2 cord2 buttoc*s3 - Psycholo y and perception of ne- born3 - Minor disorders of ne- born4 birth mar*s2 rashes2 s*in infections2 sore buttoc*s2 infections of eyes3 - Eaundice of ne- born3 - Major disorders4 birth asphy7ia2 resuscitation measures2 haemolytic disease 9R& factor:3 - Infections and birth injuries3 Unit F "II Nur in( m&n&($m$nt o) Mot'$r durin( 7u$r7$rium 'efinition2 objectives of care Immediate postnatal care 9care durin 8th sta e of labour: Physiolo ical chan es durin puerperium3 Psychosocial aspects of care3 'iet durin puerperium3 (stablishment of lactation and breast care3 Perineal care3 Postnatal e7ercises3 Postnatal e7amination2 follo-)up2 family -elfare3 Minor ailments and its mana ement3

Unit F "III Com7%ic&tion o) 7r$(n&nc* &nd it m&n&($m$nt - $leedin in early pre nancy3 - $leedin in late pre nancy3 - Pre nancy induced hypertension2 pre)eclampsia2 eclampsia3 - &ydramnios2 oli ohydramnios3 - &ydatidiform mole3 - Pelvic inflammatory disease3 - Intrauterine ro-th retardation2 intrauterine death3



Post maturity3

Unit F IX Hi(' Ri : 7r$(n&nc* &nd it m&n&($m$nt - %oncept2 factors3 - Anaemia2 Eaundice2 >iral infections3 - Lrinary tract infection2 &eart 'iseases2 'iabetes Mellitus2 Ostemalacia2 Se7ually "ransmitted 'iseases2 AI'S3 - "eena e pre nancy2 (lderly primi ravida2 Multipara2 - Multiple pre nancy3 Unit F X Hi(' Ri : L&8our &nd it m&n&($m$nt - Malpositions2 Malpresentations4 occipitoposterior position face2 bro-2 shulder and breech presentation3 - %ontracted pelvis4 definition2 causes2 dia nosis2 mana ement and trial of labour3 - Abnormal uterine action4 hypotonic and hypertonic action2 bandlHs rin 2 contraction rin 2 precipitate labour3 - %ervical dystocia3 - (arly rupture of membranes2 prolon ed labour2 Induction of labour3 - Obstructed labour rupture of uterus3 - Obstetrical emer encies4 cord presentation2 cord prolapse2 amniotic fluid embolism2 obstetric shoc*3 - %omplications of third sta e4 post partum haemorrha e2 atonic uterus2 retained placenta and membranes2 inversion of uterus3 Unit F XI Com7%ic&tion o) Pu$r7$rium &nd it m&n&($m$nt - Puerperal pyre7ia2 Puerperal sepsis2 "hrombophlebitis2 (mbolis2 Puerperal psychosis3 - Mastitis2 $reast abscess3 Unit F XII O8 t$tric o7$r&tion - Manual removal of placenta3 - >ersion 4 internal2 e7ternal3 - #orceps delivery3 - >acuum e7traction3 - %aesarean section3 - Medical termination of pre nancy3 - Faproscopic sterili1ation3 - (mbryotomy3 Unit F XIII Dru( u $d in o8 t$tric


Unit F XI"

Et'ic&% &nd %$(&% & 7$ct r$%&t$d to Mid=i)$r* &nd G*n$co%o(ic&% Nur in(-

C%inic&% E+7$ri$nc$ - 'urin this period of trainin each student shall3 - %onduct thirty antenatal e7aminations3 - 6itness fifteen deliveries before conductin one herself3 - Ma*e five va inal e7aminations3 - %onduct t-enty deliveries3 - Perform and suture five episiotomies2 five first de ree tears3 - Give post natal care to thirty lyin )in)mothers and to their ne- born babies3 - %arry out ten health teachin s for antenatal and lactatin mothers3 - Insert five intrauterine devices3 G*n$co%o(ic&% Nur in( Hr - /? Cour $ Cont$nt Unit F I Introduction - 'efinition related to ynecolo ical nursin 3 - Se7uality3 - Gynecolo ical history ta*in 2 e7amination and investi ations3 Unit F II Pu8$rt* - 'efinition development of se7 or ans in females3 - Menstrual cycle3 - 'isorders of menstruation4 amenorrhoea2 dysmenorrhoea2 cryptomenorrhoea3 Unit F III F$rti%it* &nd In)$rti%it* 'efinition2 causes both in male and female investi ation and mana ement3 Unit F I" P$%@ic In)$ction - >ulva4 vulvitis2 bartholinitis3 - >a ina4 va initis2 trichomonas va inalis2 moniliasis3 - Metritis2 salpin itis2 oopthoritis2 pelvic abscess3 - %hronic infections2 cervical erosion3 Unit F " Ut$rin$ Di 7%&c$m$nt &nd D$ c$nt - Retroversion2 retrofle7ion3 =8


'ecent of the uterus 4 first de ree2 second de ree2 completed procedentia3

Unit F "I S$+u&%%* tr&n mitt$d di $& $ &nd t'$ir 7r$@$ntion - Syphilis2 onorrhoea2 -arts3 - Acquired Immuno 'eficiency syndrome 9AI'S: ? &I>3 Unit F "II Br$& t Di ord$r - Mastitis3 - $reast abscess3 - "umours3 - Mali nancy3 Unit F "III B$ni(n &nd M&%i(n&nt N$o7%& m o) R$7roducti@$ or(&n - Lterine polyps2 uterine fibroids3 - %ancer 4 cervi72 uterus3 - Ovarian cyst4 beni n2 mali nant3 - %ancer 4 chemotherapy2 radiotherapy3 - Palliative care3 Communit* H$&%t' Nur in( F II Hr - .?? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help the students ain indepth *no-led e of community health and community health nursin services3 On completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to function at the first level in various community health settin s both in urban and rural areas3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to 4  'escribe health system and health care services in India3  Identify major health problems2 national health pro rammes and speciali1ed community health services3  (7plain the concept of health team and describe the nurseHs role at various levels of health care settin s3  'escribe the demo raphic concept and family -elfare pro ramme3  (7plain and motivate use of birth control methods to the community3  State the importance of health statistics3  Maintain records and reports required in community health nursin services3  'emonstrate s*ills in renderin effective nursin care in all community health settin s3 Cour $ Cont$nt Unit F I H$&%t' * t$m in Indi& 2Or(&niG&tion&% $tAu76



%entral level3 State level3 'istrict level3 $loc* and local level3

Unit F II H$&%t' c&r$ $r@ic$ in Indi& - &ealth care concept and trends3 - &ealth care delivery system3 - Public sector4 Rural areas2 urban areas2 health insurance2 scheme2 other a encies 9defence2 Rail-ays etc3: - >oluntary health a encies3 - Indi enous system of medicine3 - !urseHs role in health care services3 Unit F III H$&%t' P%&nnin( in Indi& - !ational &ealth policy3 - !ational &ealth plannin 3 - #iver years plans3 - &ealth committees and reports3 Unit F I" S7$ci&%iG$d communit* H$&%t' S$r@ic$ &nd nur $J ro%$ - M3 %3 &3 9Reproductive health and child care:3 - School health services3 - Industrial nursin 3 - Geriatric nursin 3 - %are of the handicapped4 physically and mentally challen ed3 - Rehabilitation nursin 3 Unit F " Nur $J Ro%$ in N&tion&% H$&%t' Pro(r&mm$ Major health problems in India3 !ational control and development pro rammes3 !ational eradication pro rammes3 !urseHs role in national health pro rammes3

Unit F "I D$mo(r&7'* &nd )&mi%* =$%)&r$ d$mo(r&7'* - %oncept - "rends in India and its implications3 - %oncept of fertility and infertility3 - Small family norms3 #amily 6elfare =<


%oncept Importance Aims and plannin methods #amily -elfare policy !ational pro ramme3 !urseHs role in family -elfare pro ramme3

Unit F "II H$&%t' T$&m - %oncept3 - %omposition3 - #unctions3 Role of nursin personnel at various levels - Multipurpose health -or*er4 male and female - Fady health visitor ? &ealth supervisor - Public heath nurse - Public health nurse supervisor - 'istrict public health nursin officer3 Unit F "III "it&% H$&%t' St&ti tic - concept - Lses - Sources - Important rates and indices - >ital health records and their utility3 P&$di&tric Nur in( Hr - D? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help the students develop and understandin of the concept of child health2 the trends in child care and health problems of children3 "his -ill enable the students to meet the needs of the children2 in health and sic*ness3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able to4  (7plain the concept of child health2 the principles underlyin child care and trends in paediatric nursin 3  'escribe normal ro-th and development of children2 so as to reco ni1e deviation9s: form normal health3  'emonstrate s*ill in meetin the needs of the sic* as -ell as health children3 Cour $ Cont$nt


Unit F I Introduction - %oncept in child health care3 - "rends in paediatric nursin 3 - Role of paediatric nurse in child care3 - %hild care in India3 - (mer in challen es2 nursin process related to paediatric nursin - %oncept of preventive paediatics3 - >ital statistics3 Unit F II T'$ N$=8orn A3 %haracteristics of !e- $orn and Physiolo ical status of the neborn - Assessment of the ne- born4 head to toe assessment 9physical assessment:2 neurolo ical assessment3 - !ursin care of the normal?healthy ne- born includin home care3 - $reast feedin )concept of $aby friendly hospital initiative3 $3 %ommon health problems +medical and nursin mana ement of4 ) &yperbilirubinaemia2 haemolytic disorder neonatal hypo lycaemia2 sepsis2 oral thrush2 impeti o2 erythema to7icum2 hypothermia2 neonatal convulsions3 ) $irth injuriesR injuries of muscles and peripheral nerves2 injuries of bones2 sort tissue injury and injury of nervous system3 %3 &i h Ris* !e- born ) 'efinition 4 small for dates2 Fo- birth -ei ht ) %ommon health problems of pre)term2 post term and lo- birth -ei ht infants and their nursin mana ement3 ) &i h ris* to ne- born of &I> Kve mother2 diabetic mother2 its medical and nursin care3 Unit F III T'$ H$&%t'* C'i%d ) Gro-th and development4 'efinition2 principles2 factors affectin ro-th and development2 techniques of assessment of ro-th and development2 importance of learnin about ro-th and development3 "he Infant - Gro-th and development durin Infancy3 &ealth Promotion durin infancy - !utrition counselin and -eanin 2 immuni1ation3 - Safety and security includin prevention of accidents2 play and toys3 "he "oddler - Gro-th and development of "oddler3



&ealth promotion durin toddler hood2 nutrition counselin 2 toilet trainin 2 immuni1ation2 safety and prevention of accidents2 uidance to parent on toddlerHs care2 play and toys3

"he Pre)Schooler - Gro-th and development durin pre)school years3 - &ealth promotion durin pre)school years2 nutritional uidance2 safety and security2 day care centers?nursery school2 play2 role of parents in se7 education of child3 "he School a er - Physical2 psycholo ical and moral development durin school a e years3 - &ealth promotion durin school years2 nutritional uidance2 sleep and rest2 physical e7ercise and activity2 dental health2 se7 education2 play2 role of parents in reproductive child health3 "he Adolescent - Physical chan es2 physiolo ical and reproductive chan es2 reaction of adolescents to puberty3 - &ealth promotion durin adolescence3 - !utritional uidance2 personal care2 reproductive health ? se7 education2 role of parents in health promotion of adolescents3 Unit F I" T'$ Sic: C'i%d - %hildHs reaction to hospitali1ation3 - (ffects of hospitali1ation on the family of the child3 - Role of nurse in helpin child and family in copin -ith stress of hospitali1ation and illness3 !ursin interventions adaptations in nursin care of sic* child - (7amination2 principles of safety observed in paediatric techniques3 - Preparation of child for dia nostic tests2 collection of specimens3 - %alculation and administration of oral and parenteral medications3 - Procedures related to feedin 4 formula preparation2 ava e2 astrostomy feedin 3 - Procedures related to elimination4 enema2 colostomy irri ation3 - Lse of play as nursin intervention3 - %are of child in incubator3 - Administration and analysis of o7y en concentration3 - Sur ical dressin - Stea tent inhalation3 - Immobilised child =B

Unit F "


B$'&@ior&% Di ord$r &nd common H$&%t' Pro8%$m durin( C'i%d'ood3 t'$ir 7r$@$ntion3 M$dic&% &nd Nur in( M&n&($m$ntInfancy - !utritional disturbances2 aller ies2 dermatitis2 vomitin 2 diarrhea2 failure to thrive2 resistance to feedin 2 colic an7iety3 (arly %hildhood - %ommunicable diseases2 poisonin 2 tonsillitis2 otitis2 media2 urinary tract infections2 diarrhea2 child abuse2 breath holdin spells2 bed -ettin 2 thump suc*in 2 nail bitin 2 temper tantrums2 masturbation3 Middle %hildhood - &elminthic infestations2 common s*in infections2 animal and insect bites2 stutterin 2 pica2 tics2 antisocial behaviour2 enuresis3 Fater %hildhood - Problems of puberatal development4 precocious puberty2 tall stature2 ynaecomastia2 acne2 amenorrhoea2 dysmenorrhoea2 se7ually transmitted diseases2 accidents2 sports injuries2 juvenile delinquency2 anore7ia nervosa2 obesity3

Unit F "I C'i%dr$n =it' con($nit&% D$)$ct < M&% )orm&tion - (tiolo y2 si ns2 symptoms2 complications2 medical2 sur ical and nursin mana ement of4 - Malformations2 of the central nervous system)cranial deformities2 defects of spinabifida2 menin ocele2 hydrocephalus2 cerebral palsy2 neural tube closure3 - S*eletal defects)cleft lip and palate3 - 'efects of Gastro)intestinal tract) Oesopha eal atresia and distula2 anorectal malformations2 hernia2 con enital hypertrophied pyloric stenosis3 - 'efects of Genitourinay tract + &pospadiasis2 epispadiasis2 e7trophy of bladder2 phimosis2 cryptrochidism2 polycystic *idney3 - Se7ual abnormalities + ambi uous enitalia2 hermaphroditism3 - 'efects of cardio)vascular system + %on enital heart diseases2 major acyanotic and cyanotic defects3 - Orthopeadic Abnormalities + %lub foot2 developmetal abnormalities of e7tremities3 Unit F "II C'i%dr$n =it' @&riou di ord$r &nd di $& $ (tilo y2 si ns2 symptoms2 complications2 prevention2 medical2 sur ical


and nursin mana ement of 4 - 'isturbances of fluid and electrolyte balance4 imbalance2 burns2 disturbances pf renal function2 acute and chronic lomerulonephritis2 acute and chronic renal failure3 - 'isturbed respiratory functions4 Acute infections of upper and lo-er respiratory tract2 acute inflammation of lun s3 - Gastro)intestinal disorders4 Malabsorption syndromes 9celiac diseases: and obstructive disorders 9intestinal obstruction2 &irschspru nHs disease: inflammatory conditions 9appendicitis2 Mec*elHs diverticulumHs2 ulcerative colitis:2 -orm infestations3 - Problems related to production and circulation of blood4 Acquired heart diseases2 con estive cardiac failure2 infective endicarditis2 rheumatic fever3 - Problems related to the elements of blood4 Anaemias2 sic*le cell anaemia2 thalassemia2 defects of haemostasis2 haemophilia2 Immune deficiency diseases2 &I> infection 9AI'S: leu*emias2 thrombocytopaenia2 purpura3 - 'isturbances of re ulatory mechanism4 disturbances of cerebral functions + altered state of consciousness2 craniocerebral trauma3 - Intracranial infections4 Menin itis2 encephalitis2 convulsive disorders3 - (ndocrine dysfunctions4 'isorder of pituitary functions2 disorders of thyroid and parathyroid function2 disorders of adrenal corte72 disorders of pancreatic hormone secretion3 - Problems that interfere -ith locomotion4 Polimyelitis2 osteomyelitis2 *yphosis2 lordosis and scoliosil2 rheumatoid arthritis3 - %hildren -ith development problems4 &andicapped children2 multiple handicapped children2 mental retardation3 - %ommunication disorders + hearin 2 vision impairment2 deaf and blind children3 Unit F "III W$%)&r$ o) C'i%dr$n - %hild -elfare services2 a encies2 bal-adi2 an an-adi2 day care centers2 midday meal pro ramme3 - 6elfare of delinquent and destitute children3 - Pro ramme and policies for -elfare of -or*in children3 - !ational child labour policy3 - %hild Act2 Euvenile Eustice Act3 - Internationally accepted ri hts of the child3





Educ&tion&% M$t'od C M$dic For T$&c'in( In Pr&ctic$ o) Nur in( Hr -15 Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to introduce the students to the concept of teachin as an inte ral part of nursin 2 its relationship to nursin process and also the importance of effective communication in nursin 3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ A8

   

Lpon completion of this course the students -ill be able to 4 (7plain the concept of teachin in chan in the behaviour of the client3 'escribe techniques used for teachin clients3 'escribe the use of different media in teachin and effective communication3

Cour $ cont$nt Unit F I Introduction Meanin aims and purposes of education3 Meanin of teachin and learnin Principles of teachin and learnin "eachin responsibilities of a nurse3 Methods of teachin 2 methods of clinical teachin 3 Preparation of teachin plan3 Unit F II M$di& 'efinition 2 purposes and types of media3 Preparation and use of audio + visual aids4 raphic aids2 printed aids2 three dimensional aids2 projected aids3 Fimitations2 advanta es and uses of different types of media3 Pr&ctic&% =or: Students -ill or ani1e teachin in the -ards?clinics usin nursin process approach and prepare variety of audio)visual aids to implement their teachin either individually or in roups3 Students -ill also submit -ritten teachin plan to the concerned teacher of selected clinical area3 Introduction to R$ $&rc' Hr -1? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course is intended to develop fundamental abilities and attitude in the students to-ards scientific methods of investi ation and utili1ation of research findin so as to improve practice of nursin 3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of the course the students -ill be able to 4


'escribe the need of research in the practice of nursin 3 'escribe scientific methods of investi ation used in nursin 3 Participate in small and lar e research activities of the hospital ? unit?-ard?community3 Cour $ cont$nt Unit F I Introduction 'efinition ? meanin of research Steps in scientific methods3 !eed for nursin research3 %haracteristics of ood research3 Unit F II Introduction to r$ $&rc' 7roc$ Statement of research problem Statement of purposes and objectives3 'efinition of research terms3 Revie- of literature3 Unit F III Introduction to r$ $&rc' &77ro&c'$ "ypes 2 methods2 advanta e and disadvanta es of each method3 Lnit + I> Introduction to data collection proves 'ata collection Instruments of data collection %haracteristics oaf data collection "echniques of data %ollection Unit F " Introduction to &n&%* i o) d&t& "abulation %lassification and summari1ation Presentation and interpretation of data usin descriptive statistics3 Lnit + >I 6ritin of report Lnit + >II Introduction to Statistics Lnit + >III Application and Ltili1ation of Research in !ursin Practice Practical -or* Students are to read research literature in the library of the school and participate in or assist in conduction scientific investi ation in any health bare settin -ith the help of the teacher and submit a -ritten report of the investi ation in roup of five of si7 2 to respective teacher of selected clinical area3



Pro)$ ion&% Tr$nd &nd AdBu tm$nt Hr -1? Cour $ d$ cri7tion "his course is desi ned to help students develop an understandin of the career opportunities available2 limitations of nursin profession professional development3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ U7on com7%$tion o) t'i cour $ t'$ tud$nt =i%% &8%$ to, D$ cri8$ nur in( & & 7ro)$ ion &nd t'$ crit$ri& o) & 7ro)$ ion Id$nti(* @&riou 7ro)$ ion&% r$ 7on i8i%iti$ o) & nur $D$ cri8$ @&riou 7ro)$ ion&% or(&niG&tion r$%&t$d to nur in( &nd '$&%t' Id$nti)* t'$ n$$d )or in $r@ic$ &nd continuin( $duc&tion in nur in(D$mon tr&t$ :i%% in &77%ic&tion o) :no=%$d($ o) 7ro)$ ion&% $tiEu$tt$ in t'$ 7r&ctic$ o) nur in( in &n* '$&%t' c&r$ $ttin(Cour $ cont$nt Unit I Introduction to nur in( & & 7ro)$ ion D$)inition &nd criti$ri& o) nur in( 7ro)$ ion E@o%ution o) nur in( 7ro)$ ion in Indi& Educ&tion&% 7r$7&r&tion o) & 7ro)$ ion&% nur $ #u&%iti$ <c'&r&ct$ri tic &nd ro%$ o) & 7ro)$ ion&% nur $UnitAII Pro)$ ion&% $t'ic M$&nin( &nd r$%&tion 'i7 o) 7ro)$ ion&% $t'ic &nd $tiEu$tt$ Cod$ o) $t'ic )or nur $ 3 I-C-N cod$ o) $t'ic &nd ni('t&n(%$ 7%$d($Proc$dur$ )or $m7%o*m$nt, %oc&tin( & 7o ition3 &77%*in( &nd &cc$7tin( & 7o ition3 r$ i(n&tion )rom & 7o itionUnitAIII 7$r on&% &nd 7ro)$ ion&% (ro=t'<d$@$%o7m$nt &- Continuin( Educ&tion M$&nin( &nd im7ort&nc$ o) continuin( $duc&tion Sco7$ o) continuin( $duc&tion P%&nnin( &nd )in&ncin( )or continuin( $duc&tion In $r@ic$ $duc&tion, d$)inition3 n$$d 7&rtici7&tion 8- C&r$$r in Nur in( O77ortuniti$ &@&i%&8%$ in 'o 7it&%3 communit*3 t$&c'in( &nd ot'$r r$%&t$d 7$ci&% or(&niG&tion Int$rn&tion&% in)%u$nc$ &nd &id


Nur in( in t'$ )utur$ Lnit)I> Fe islation in nursin Purpose and importance of la-s in nursin 2 le al terms3 %ommon le al ha1ards in nursin &ealth la-s and re ulations affectin nurses in India at different levelsR center and state3 %onsumer protection bill and its impact in nursin practice #undamental conduct and service rule and instructional rules3 Re ulation and reciprocities

Lnit)> professional and related or ani1ations Professional or ani1ation4"rained nurses association of India9"!AI:2 Student !urse Association2 Internation council of !urses9I%L: Indian !ursin %ouncil 9I!%: State !ursin councils2 %ommon-ealth !urses #ederation9%!#: !urses lea ue of %hristian Medical Association Related or ani1ations and their contribution to nursin 6orld health or ani1ation 96&O: Red cross2 st3 johnHs ambulance2 L!I%(#2 6orld ban* etc3


Admini tr&tion &nd W&rd M&n&($m$nt Hr - 15 Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course aims at ivin the student an elementary understandin of basic principle of administration and its application to the mana ement of -ard and health unit3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of the course the students -ill be able to4  'escribe the meanin and principle of administration3  Apply the principle of administration in practice of nursin in various health care settin s3  Plan the nursin service in the -ard and community health settin s3  'escribe the importance of ood administration in the day to day nursin service in varied health care settin s3 Cour $ Cont$nt UnitAI Introduction


Meanin and philosophy of administration and mana ement and their si nificance3 (lements and principles of administration3

UnitAII P%&nnin(, Aim 3 Princi7%$3 m$t'od &nd t*7$

Unit F III Or(&niG&tion, Comm&nd3 CoAordin&tion &nd Contro%3 D$%$(&tion3 St&))in( &nd Bud($tin(


'efinition2 aims principles and techniques3 Preparation of or ani1ational chart of a hospital -ard primary health center2 sub center3 Policies of the hospital and of the various departments of the hospital3


Unit F I" Admini tr&tion o) & 'o 7it&% unit &nd =&rd


Administration of -ard?unit?health center2 physical layout2 safety measures2 prevention of accident and infections2 le al responsibilities of a nurse3 Personal Mana ement


Eob description2 job specification2 Eob analysis2 and job satisfaction3 Staff development and staff -elfare3 Feadership styles2 'emocratic leadership3 Mana ement of (quipment and supplies


Maintenance of supplies and equipment3 &andlin over and ta*in over of inventory3 Indent and orderin of supplies and equipment3 Problem solvin 4 Process and approach2 steps and methods of dealin -ith complaints of patients and other health team members3 Record and reports4 meanin 2 type of records and reports maintained in the -ard2 importance and use of records and reports3 Records and reports maintained in Primary &ealth %enter and Sub)%enter3

Pr&ctic&% Wor: Student -ill -or* in -ard ? health center -ith 6ard Sister ? Public &ealth !urse assistin her in carryin out her duties2 to et e7perience in maintain -ard inventory supplies2 preparation of duty roster and solvin problems3 Students -ill also et e7perience of -or*in in the hostel *itchen2 clinics and in camps or ani1ed by the hospital3 Grou7 ProB$ct Project are to be underta*en by individual or roup of student in related fields on a selected topic or problem and solvin the problem by usin problem solvin technique and submittin a -ritten report of the same to the concerned teacher in the selected clinical area3 "his e7perience may be planned as part of the e7perience in various clinical areas and proper e7perience record should be maintained3


H$&%t' Economic

Hr - /? Cour $ D$ cri7tion "his course -ill help student to understand the basic concept of economics2 health economics2 the relationship bet-een health and economic development2 demand and supply2 concept of cost and financin system of health care services in India3 "his -ill enable them to appreciate financial aspects of health care services3 G$n$r&% O8B$cti@$ Lpon completion of this course2 the students -ill be able t4     (7plain the meanin of economics and health economics3 Analyse the relationship bet-een health and economic development3 (7plain the concept of demand and supply3 'escribe the structure of health care industry and characteristics of mar*et for health care services3  Analyse the concept of cost in health care3  'iscuss financin system of health care services in India3 Cour $ Cont$nt Unit F I Introduction to Economic


'efinition and meanin 2 dimensions of economics2 positive and normative economics3

Unit F II Introduction to H$&%t' Economic


%oncept of &ealth (conomics3 #ocus of health economics3 Areas of health economics3 "he economics of health and health care service &ealth and economic development3 %auses of health problems in India3


Unit F III Co t o) H$&%t' C&r$


%oncept of cost2 types of costs3 Opportunity cost2 total fi7ed and variable cost2 avera e mar inal and sun* costs2 cost benefit2 cost effectiveness3

Unit F I" D$m&nd &nd Su77%* in H$&%t' C&r$


%oncept of demand2 need2 supply input2 output2 production function2 industry and mar*et3 Structure of health care industry3 %haracteristics of health care services mar*et3 'emand side and supply side3

Unit F " Fin&ncin( o) H$&%t' C&r$ in Indi&


#inancin system and allocation3 Sources of financin of health care services3 &ealth plans and outlays2 the relative role of state and central overnment on financin of health care services3 #actors influencin the stateHs ability to finance health care services3