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Course Summary

B.Sc. Nursing course is an undergraduate Nursing course. It deals with the field of science and covers healthcare profession focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may maintain, attain or recover optimal health and quality of life from conception to death.

At Shri Babu Lal Medical College & Research Centre, the programme is designed to train the students in generalist nursing practices. Students will be trained and educated on the processes of wellness, illness & disease management, health promotion along with the taking of the dying as part of becoming a nurse. The programme focuses on mastering the various competencies of the field.

The four-year undergraduate course in Nursing has been designed to completely train and qualify the students to deal with various aspects with utmost professionalism and care. Here are some of the aims of B.Sc. Nursing:

  • B.Sc. in Nursing will train and produce nurses with the ability to critically think and be clear while also being caring, well-disciplined and assertive, responding to the dynamic needs of the industry, the healthcare delivery system as well as society.

  • The programme will train the students to take up decisions on their own in different nursing situations, all within the scope of the field. It will also train them to protect the rights of the patients and groups included.

  • The programme will further train the students to take up research initiatives in Nursing as well as apply an evidence-based form of practice.


First Year Papers:

         1. Anatomy    

         2. Physiology   

         3. Nutrition  

         4.  Bio Chemistry  

         5. Psychology

         6. Nursing Foundation

Second Year Papers: 

         1. Medical Surgical Nursing   

         2. Community Health  

         3. Sociology

Third Year Papers:

         1. Midwifery and Obstetrical   

         2. Child Health Nursing 

         3. Mental Health Nursing 

Fourth Year Papers:

         1. Community Health Nursing

         2. Management of Nursing Services and Education

         3. Nursing Research and Statistics

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