ABOUT THE COURSE:
During the programme, students are taught to understand, promote and facilitate safe and effective patient care, facilitate normal childbirth and to identify complications that may arise in women and babies. They are taught when to call for assistance and implement emergency measures, often working with other health professionals.
Promoting health and wellbeing is an important role for nurses and midwives. Students learn and are assessed on how to provide unbiased information and communicate effectively with a range of patients, families and other healthcare professionals.
- General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM)
- B.Sc in Nursing
- Post Basic B.Sc in Nursing
- General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM) – 3 years
- B.Sc in Nursing – 4 years
- Post Basic B.Sc in Nursing – 2 years
- GNM – 10+2 with English along with 4 subjects (excluding language) at least 40%
- B.Sc in Nursing – 10+2 with 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry & Biology / Diploma in Nursing
- Post Basic B.Sc in Nursing – Diploma in GNM
AGE LIMIT: 17-31 years