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Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Affiliation Purbanchal University
Level Bachelors
Faculty Nursing
Duration 4 years
System  Yearly Exam

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN ) Programme- Duration: 4 Years

The bachelor in nursing program (BSc.) aims to prepare professional nursing with the highest possible technical and managerial competence in respective level of health programs, including problem identification, planning, implementing, training, health education, evaluation and research. Such graduates can serve in various types of positions at national, regional, Zonal, District, or Local levels. Such graduates will be needed in various kinds of governmental or non-governmental health agencies, communities, hospitals, schools, campuses and institutions. Other areas may involve special responsibilities, e.g. working directly with local communities and individuals, working primarily with schoolteachers, administering health education services, and preparing health workers in nursing fields. In general, the B.Sc. graduates should be able to carry out the responsibilities of various health institutions as a Nursing Officer/Faculty/basic level Researcher direct care provider.

Admission criteria

1.Candidate must have completed intermediate science or 10+2 or equivalent with biology, chemistry, physics, math and English as main subject and should have secured minimum of 50% of marks in aggregate.
2. Physically and mentally fit.
3.Must have completed 17 years of age
4.Must pass the Entrance Examination conducted by Purbanchal University with at least 50% marks.

Specific Objectives

Upon the completion of four years Bachelor of Science Nursing course, the graduates will be able to achieve the following objectives:

  1. Communicate effectively with individual, group, family, community and society.
  2. Apply the knowledge of nursing process for providing quality nursing care and service using the principle of basic science and concepts of social behaviour of sciences.
  3. Identify the socio cultural and economical status, which affects the health and development of the clients and society.
  4. Apply the knowledge and principles of Family, Reproductive Health (FRH) and Comprehensive Primary Health Care (CPHC) in planning, programming, supervision, monitoring and evaluating process for promotion and maintenance of the clients’ health.
  5. Make appropriate decision in all activities by critical analysis to bring suitable changes in their work environment.
  6. Demonstrate effective teaching learning skill in formal and non-formal educational activities in different settings.
  7. Mobilize the necessary and available resources in appropriate manner.
  8. Conduct need based simple research study on identified problems.
  9. Recognize the importance of personal and professional goal, growth and development.
  10. Apply the epidemiological, concept and principle in order to solve individual family the community health problems.
  11. Utilize the principles and concepts of nursing foundations theories and models in providing nursing and midwifery services.
  12. Recognizes mental health conditions and provide holistic care to the clients
  13. Provides effective care and services to the client in preventive, promotive curative and rehabilitative aspect of care throughout life span.
Course Structure
S.No. Course
Code
First Year: Subjects Hours Marks
Theory Practical Theory Practical
1 BSN – 101 Anatomy/Physiology 120 80 100
2 BSN – 102 (A) Biochemistry 50 30 50
3 BSN – 102 (B) Microbiology/Parasitology 50 30 50
4 BSN – 103 (A) Patho-physiology 50 30 50
5 BSN – 103 (B) Pharmacology 50 30 50
6 BSN – 104 Nutrition & Dietetics 60 60 50
7 BSN – 105 Foundation of Nursing (Theory) 150 350 100 100
8 BSN – 106 Community Health Nursing – I 100 200 100 100
9 Applied Computer Technology 50
Total 630 860 550 200

 

S.No. Course
Code
Second Year: Subjects Hours Marks
Theory Practical Theory Practical
1 BSN – 201 Nursing Concept & Theories 100 100
2 BSN – 202 Adult Health Nursing – I
(Medical Surgical)
150 300 100 100
3 BSN – 203 Adult Health Nursing – II
(Medical Surgical)
150 300 100 100
4 BSN – 204 Mental Health Nursing 100 200 100 100
5 BSN – 205 Community Health Nursing – II 100 200 100 100
6 BSN – 206 Medical Sociology/Anthropology 120 100
Total 720 1000 600 400

 

S.No. Course
Code
Third Year: Subjects Hours Marks
Theory Practical Theory Practical
1 BSN – 301 Child Health Nursing 100 180 100 100
2 BSN – 302 Obstetrical (Midwifery) Nursing – I 150 300 100 100
3 BSN – 303 Obstetrical (Midwifery) Nursing – II 150 300 100 100
4 BSN – 304 Community Health Nursing – III 100 200 100 100
5 BSN – 305 Basic Epidemiology 60 50
Total 560 980 450 400

 

S.No. Course
Code
Fourth Year: Subjects Hours Marks
Theory Practical Theory Practical
1 BSN – 401 Research + Bio-statistics 120 300 100 100
2 BSN – 402 Educational Science 100 300 100 100
3 BSN – 403 Leadership Management 100 300 100 100
4 BSN – 404 Advance Nursing Practice 300 100
Total 320 1200 300 400
Note: Six weeks of practice in each year including 4th year after final examination.