Syllabus

Nursing

Skills Required

The nursing profession is a noble profession and requires dealing with different types of patients regularly. The most essential skill or quality of a nurse is to have patience. Besides this dedication to work with doctors, patients and other hospital administration, compassion, and excellent communication skills are key qualities. A nurse should be able to communicate both in medical jargon and in laymen’s terms. At last a nurse should possess strong organizational and management skills as they are responsible for maintaining patient records also.

B.Sc. Nursing is a graduate-level course in Nursing and covers all the important aspects of nursing. The course is aimed at imparting thorough knowledge and know-how basics of the profession. As the profession directly involves in taking care of patients, thus the course has to be rigorous. Below is the list of subjects that are taught during the course.

B.Sc. Nursing & Post. B.Sc. Nursing Syllabus and Subjects :

The syllabus for B. Sc. Nursing course as ascertained by the curriculum dictated by the Indian Nursing Council is usually maintained in most institutes throughout the nation. While minor variations in some institutes may be observed, the core of the syllabus is maintained throughout the nation.

B.Sc. Nursing - Year I
Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Anatomy
2 Physiology
3 Nutrition
4 Biochemistry
5 Nursing Foundations (Theory and Practical)
6 Psychology
7 Microbiology
8 Introduction to computers
9 English
10 Hindi or Regional language
11 Library work or Self Study
12 Co-curricular Activities

B.Sc. Nursing - Year II
Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Sociology
2 Pharmacology Pathology and Genetics
3 Medical-Surgical Nursing - I (Theory and Practical)
4 Community Health Nursing I (Theory and Practical)
5 Communication and Educational Technology
6 Library work and Self-study
7 Co-curricular Activities

B.Sc. Nursing - Year III
Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Medical-Surgical Nursing - II (Theory and Practical)
2 Child Health Nursing (Theory and Practical)
3 Mental Health Nursing (Theory and Practical)
4 Library Work or Self Study
5 Co-curricular Activities

B.Sc. Nursing - Year IV
Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing (Practical)
2 Community Health Nursing-II (Theory and Practical)
3 Nursing Research and Statistics
4 Management of Nursing Services and education
5 Library work or self-study
6 Co-curricular activities
Internship (Integrated Practice)
1 Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing
2 Community Health Nursing II
3 Medical-Surgical Nursing (Adult and geriatrics)
4 Child Health Nursing
5 Mental health Nursing
6 Research Project
Post. B.Sc. Nursing Syllabus and Subjects

P.B.B.Sc. Nursing or Post Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing is an undergraduate Nursing course. It is also termed as P.B.B.Sc. (Nursing) which is an acronym of the course; similarly some institutes have acronyms such as P.B.B.Sc. (Nsg) and B.Sc. (N) in their brochures for the same course.

Post. B.Sc. Nursing - Year I
Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Nursing Foundation
2 Nutrition & Dietetics
3 Biochemistry & Biophysics
4 Psychology
5 Maternal Nursing
6 Child Health Nursing
7 Microbiology
8 Medical & Surgical Nursing
9 English (Qualifying)

Post. B.Sc. Nursing - Year II
Sl. No. Subjects of Study
1 Sociology
2 Community Health Nursing
3 Mental Health Nursing
4 Introduction to Nursing Education
5 Introduction to Nursing Administration
6 Introduction and statistics
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