Bachelor In Nursing

Bachelor In Nursing

A 4-year program offered at Happy Child College of Nursing that prepares the students to practice across all health care settings. The course of study combines the theory and the practice of nursing, with general education in the humanities and behavioural, biological, and physical sciences. These serve as a core for the development of the nursing major. The B.Sc. programme offers students experience in major settings where health care is delivered. As a B.Sc. graduate, you have the greatest opportunity for advancement. A B.Sc. is required for entry into a Master's Degree in nursing programme that prepares you for leadership, management and more independent roles, such as clinical nurse specialist, nurse practitioner, educator and researcher. A B.Sc. is preferred and often required for military nursing, case management, public health nursing, overseas/development nursing, forensic nursing and school nurses. The Indian Nursing Council and Haryana Nursing Council recognized this course offered at Happy Child with annual intake of 40 students.

Objectives

The goal of B.Sc. Nursing programme is to prepare nurses who are able to function efficiently and effectively, as a member of health care team and who are qualified to meet the nursing needs of the people in the society. The nurse is competent to practice at the home, hospital outpatient clinic, work place, school and community. The programme provides a basis for further development and continued learning of the graduate.


Duration of Course : 4 Years

Elegibility : 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry, Biology & English with a minimum of 40% aggregate marks.