Duration: 2 Years
Pass in GNM after 10+2 or equivalent examination preferably with respective state /country.
Candidate should be a registered Nurse and registered Midwife or equivalent with any State Nursing Registration Council.
No candidate who is above 48 years of age as on 31st December of the year of admission will be eligible.
Foreign nationals: (including Nepali, Bangladeshi, Bhutani, and Tibetan refugee) seeking admission to Post Basic B. Sc Nursing bsc in bangalore program must have valid certificate of registered nurse by their own country.
Scheme of examination:
|SNo.||Year||Total no. of Theory papers||Total no. of practical papers|
|1||First year||8 papers||3 papers|
|2||Second year||6 papers||2 papers|
|2||Nutrition & Dietetics|
|3||Biochemistry & Biophysics|
|7||Child Health Nursing|
|8||Medical & Surgical Nursing|
|2||Community Health Nursing|
|3||Mental Health Nursing|
|4||Introduction to Nursing Education|
|5||Introduction to Nursing Administration|
|6||Introduction to Nursing Research & Statistics|
Teaching of Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology and Pathology will be integrated with clinical subjects.
English is a qualifying subject.
Introduction to Nursing Research and Statistics is a subsidiary subject.
Students shall have university examination at the end of each year. Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the theory and practical separately.
Class tests will be conducted periodically to evaluate the student’s performance in each subject. The average marks will be sent to the university as internal assessment, for both theory and practical.
A model exam will be conducted before the university examination.
Carry over system: The benefit of carry over system is extended to the students of Post Basic B.Sc Nursing course. A candidate is permitted to carry over the main subjects in each year that is for first year 4 subjects out of 8 subjects.