Basic Bsc Nursing
The Basic B Sc Nursing course is of four years. The facility provided by this Institute to students includes class room and hands on learning both in clinical and community settings under direction and supervision of experienced and well knowledgeable faculties. Basic B Sc Nursing recognized by Nursing Council of India and affiliated to University of Rajiv Gandhi Health Sciences Bangalore. The Bhavani Institute of Nursing provides one of the Best Basic Bsc Nursing Course when it compared to other colleges of different states. This institute comes under one of the Institute which Provides Top Basic Bsc Nursing Course education. The candidates who need to get admission to Basic Bsc nursing must have minimum 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English in the Pre University.
For SC/ST candidates only 40% marks required. Basic Bsc Nursing course has 4 year duration. Once students complete their Basic B Sc Nursing course they will get job opportunities in as Staff nurse in hospital, school health nurse, Industrial nurse ,Public health nurse , Long care home nurse ,Nursing Tutor in Schools and Colleges of Nursing. Basic Bsc Nursing course concentrate on the promotion, upholding and restoration of health and to the avoidance of disease.
List of Subjects – First Year
Anatomy and Physiology, Nutrition and Bio-Chemistry, Nursing Foundation, Psychology, Microbiology Introduction to computer, English.
List Of Subjects – Second year
Pharmacology, Sociology, Medical Surgical Nursing-I, pathology and Genetics, Communication and Education technology, Community Health Nursing.
List Of Subjects – Third year
Medical and Surgical Nursing-II, Child Health Nursing, Mental Health Nursing.
List Of Subjects – Fourth year
Midwifery including Maternity and Gynecological Nursing, Community Health Nursing – II,
Management of nursing services and education, Nursing research and statistics.
Students will have year End Board exam every year. Minimum passing marks will be 50% in the theory and practical for each subject separately.