The aim of the undergraduate nursing program at the post basic level is to upgrade the diploma (GNM) nurses.
On completion of B.Sc (Post – Basic) degree program the graduates will be able to assess the health status, identify nursing needs, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care for patients/clients, that contribute to the health of individuals, families and communities; demonstrate competency in techniques of nursing based on concepts and principles from selected areas of nursing and physical, biological and behavioral sciences.
A Pass in DGNM or its equivalent with 1 year work experience after course completion.
The aim of the undergraduate nursing program is to prepare graduates to assume responsibilities as professional, competent nurses and midwives in providing primitive, curative and rehabilitative services.
Providing nursing care based on the steps of the nursing process in collaboration with individuals and groups. Demonstrate skills in teaching individuals and groups, and members of the health team in order to promote effective inter personal relationships and teamwork. Demonstrate skills in teaching individuals and groups in clinical/ community health settings.
A Pass in 10, +2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany/ Zoology) and English or its equivalent with aggregate marks of 45% (5% relaxation for SC, ST).
The basic diploma course in General Nursing and Midwifery is geared to the health needs of the individual, family, community and the country at large.
The nurse on completion of this course will be able to:
1. Demonstrate competency in providing health care to individuals, sick or well, using the nursing process.
2. Assess the nursing needs of clients from birth to death. Plan and carry out appropriate action to meet nursing needs.
3. Provide effective nursing care for maintaining the best possible level of health.
4. Promote self-care in people under their care.
5. Apply problem solving techniques in nursing practice .
6. Evaluate the effectiveness of nursing care.
A Pass in 10, +2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology (Botany/ Zoology) and English or its equivalent with aggregate marks of 40% (5% relaxation for SC, ST).
The purpose is to prepare an ANM to function at the community level/ village with specific skills to fulfill the health needs of the community. She will be an active link between the community and health care system.
1. On completion of the course she will be able to:
2. Appreciate the concept of holistic health and understand the influence of socioeconomic and environmental factors on the health status of the community.
3. Identify health problems, needs and resources in the community and mobilize social support for the active participation of the community in health care activities.
4. Provide preventive, primitive, restorative and emergency health care to individuals and the community as required.
5. Provide treatment for minor ailments.
6. Provide skilled midwifery services.
7. Render skilled child care services.
8. Guide birth attendants and Anganwadi workers.
9. Participate in all national health and family welfare programmes.
10. Update knowledge and skills for professional and personal growth. Eligibility: A Pass in 10, +2 or its equivalent.
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