BSc Nursing

The aim of the BSc nursing programme is to :-

Educate students to assume responsibilities as professional, competent nurses and midwives in providing, preventive, curative, and rehabilitative services

Create nursing professionals who can make independent decisions needed in facilitating health care to people and smooth functioning in the hospital, community nursing services, and conduct research studies in the areas of nursing practice.


Application of nursing knowledge involving physical, biological, medicinal as well as behavioural sciences in providing very prolific nursing services to individuals, families and communities.

Promote leadership and managerial skills in clinical and community health settings ensuring effective healthcare.

Proper utilization of modern technologies and Health care facilities.


Candidate who have passed HSE/ CBSE/ VHSE with 50% marks in Biology separately and 50% marks in Physics, Chemistry, Biology put together with 50% marks

Candidate shall be medically fit.

Seats available - 60 Nos. (Govt. 50%. Management 50%)

: As per Government rules

Duration - 4 years


Applicants should have completed 17 years of age. No relaxation of the minimum age will be allowed. Self attested copy of birth certificate or relevant page of school record namely SSLC/ICSE/CBSE certificate showing the date of birth should be furnished along with the application in proof of age.


University examinations will be conducted at the end of each year.

Candidates shall register for all parts of the examinations in their first appearance.

Candidate who has undergone the prescribed course of study of the year only can appear for the examinations. No candidate shall be admitted to any part of the examinations unless he or she has secured a minimum of 80% or above attendance for classes as well as practical in each subject. If any Candidate is not having the minimum class average marks (internal assessment) of 50% he or she shall not be allowed to appear for the University examination in any subject of that particular year of study. Calculations of internal marks shall be based on the ongoing and continuous process.


A minimum of 80% of attendance in both theory and practical in each subject is required for appearing in the university exams. Attendance shortage will not be condoned.