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  • B.SC NURSING
  • GNM NURSING
  • POST BASIC B.SC NURSING PROGRAMME (IGNOU)
  • DIPLOMA IN CRITICAL CARE NURSING PROGRAMME (IGNOU)
  • DIPLOMA IN NURSING ADMINISTRATION (IGNOU)

B.SC NURSING DEGREE PROGRAMME:

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Minimum age: 17 years on 31st December of the year in which admission is sought.
  • Minimum education: 10+2 passed with Science (PCB) & English with aggregate of 50% marks and is equivalent to intermediate board.

*The admissions for Management seats shall be based on the rank obtained in NEET-UG and 

   for the convener seats based on the rank obtained in Telangana State EAMCET.

Duration: 4 years

DIPLOMA IN GENERAL NURSING & MIDWIFERY PROGRAMME (GNM)

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Minimum and Maximum age for admission are 17 to 35 years. No age bar for ANM/LHV.
  • Minimum education: 10+2 class passed with any group equivalent to intermediate board with 40% mark.
  • Registered as ANM with State Nursing Registration Council.

Duration: 3 years

INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY (IGNOU)

POST BASIC B.SC NURSING

The main objective of the programme is to provide Opportunity to a large segment of in service nurses to upgrade their knowledge and skills to respond to the changing health needs of the society.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Admissions are open to in-service nurses working in the hospital and community.
  • 10+2 with 3 years Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) with minimum of 2 years’ experience in the profession.(In case of male nurses who have not done Midwifery during their GNM training need to submit a certificate of any nursing course of 6-9 months duration prescribed by Indian Nursing Council which they have completed in lieu of Midwifery).

• 10th class with 3 years Diploma in General Nursing

Criteria for selection by merit:

  • Selection of candidates through entrance test conducted by IGNOU.
  • Total marks obtained in General Nursing and Midwifery Programme and years of experience are also considered.
  • One mark is added to each year of experience to a maximum of 20 years.

Duration: 3 years

Students are given a maximum period of 5 years to complete the programme from the date of registration.

DIPLOMA IN CRITICAL CARE NURSING

The main objective of the programme is to provide to a large segment of in-service nurses to update their knowledge and skills to respond to the changing health needs of the critically ill patients.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • In service Registered Nurses (RN) at all levels – GNM/ B. Sc (N)/ M. Sc (N).
  • Admissions for Diploma in Critical Care Nursing will be made once a year. The candidate is selected through Regional Centre on the basis of minimum qualification (eligibility criteria) and reservation policy of IGNOU regional centres will allot the programme study centre to the students.
  • No maximum age limit.

Duration: 1 year

Students are given a maximum period of 3 years to complete the programme from the date of registration.

Diploma in Nursing Administration (DNA)

Minimum Duration: 1Year
Maximum Duration: 3Years
Minimum Age: No bar
Maximum Age: No bar

Eligibility:

Nurses with B.Sc or Post Basic Degree or GNM Diploma and Registered as RNRM with

2 years of working experience.

(For male nurses or nurses who have not done midwifery in the GNM programme should have a certificate in any of the nursing course of 6-9 months duration prescribed by the Indian Nursing Council in lieu of midwifery). and Midwifery (GNM) with minimum of 5 years’ experience in the profession.

Program Structure

B.Sc. Nursing Program Structure

I Semester

III Semester

1.     Applied Microbiology and Infection Control including Safety

2.     Pharmacology I

3.     Pathology I

4.     *Adult Health (Medical Surgical) Nursing I with integrated pathophysiology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory Module

*BCLS as part of Adult Health Nursing I

V Semester

VII Semester

1.     Community Health Nursing II

2.     Nursing Research & Statistics

3.     Midwifery/Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBG) Nursing II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory Modules

*Safe delivery app under OBG Nursing I/II (VI/VII Semester)

1.     Communicative English

2.     Applied Anatomy

1. *Child Health Nursing I

3. Applied Physiology

2. Mental Health

Nursing I

4.     Applied Sociology

5.     Applied Psychology

6.     *Nursing Foundations I

3.     Community Health Nursing I (including Environmental Science & Epidemiology)

4.     Educational Technology/Nursing Education

 

5. Introduction to Forensic Nursing and Indian Laws

 

 

Mandatory Modules

 

Mandatory Module

*First Aid as part of Nursing Foundation I Course

*Essential Newborn Care (ENBC), Facility Based Newborn Care (FBNBC), IMNCI and PLS as part of Child Health Nursing

II Semester

IV Semester

VI Semester

1.     Child Health Nursing II

2.     Mental Health Nursing II

3.     Nursing Management & Leadership

4.     *Midwifery/Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBG) Nursing I

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mandatory Module

* SBA Module under OBG Nursing I/II

(VI/VII Semester)

VIII Semester

1.     Applied Biochemistry

2.     Applied Nutrition and Dietetics

3.     *Nursing Foundations II

4.     Health/Nursing Informatics & Technology

1.     *Pharmacology II

2.     Pathology II & Genetics

3.     Adult Health Nursing II with integrated pathophysiology including Geriatric Nursing

4.     Professionalism, Professional Values & Ethics including Bioethics

Internship (Intensive Practicum/Residency Posting)

 

 

Mandatory Module

 

 

 

Mandatory Module

*Fundamentals of Prescribing under Pharmacology II

 

*Health Assessment as part of Nursing Foundation II Course

*Palliative care module under Adult Health Nursing II

 

MANDATORY MODULES

The prepared modules/modules outlined by the Council such as Health Assessment & Fundamentals of Prescribing and available modules as National Guidelines (First Aid – NDMA, IMNCI, ENBC, FBNBC), Palliative Care, Safe Delivery App and SBA module will be provided in separate learning resource package.

For BCLS, PLS – Standard national/international modules can be used.

ELECTIVE MODULES

Number of electives to be completed: 3 (Every module = 1 credit = 20 hours)

III & IV Semesters: To complete any one elective by end of 4th semester across 1st to 4th semesters

  • Human values
  • Diabetes care
  • Soft skills

V & VI Semesters: To complete any one of the following before end of 6th semester

  • CBT
  • Personality development
  • Addiction psychiatry
  • Adolescent health
  • Sports health
  • Accreditation and practice standards
  • Developmental psychology
  • Menopausal health
  • Health Economics

VII & VIII Semesters: To complete any one of the following before end of 8th semester

  • Scientific writing skills
  • Lactation management
  • Sexuality & Health
  • Stress management
 
GNM – Programme Structure
FIRST YEAR

Subjects

Theory (hours)

Practical (hours)

Bio Sciences

–       Anatomy & Physiology.

–       Microbiology

120

90

30

 

Behavioral Sciences

–       Psychology

–       Sociology

60

40

20

 

Nursing Foundations

–       Fundamentals of Nursing.

–       First aid

210

190

20

200 (lab)

680(clinic)

(22 weeks)

Community Health Nursing

180

 

 

 

320

8 weeks

–    CHN-I

80

–    Environmental Hygiene

30

–    Health Education & Communication Skills

40

–    Nutrition

30

 

Subjects

Theory (hours)

Practical (hours)

English

30

Computer Education

15

15

Co-curricular activities

10

 

TOTAL

625 (16 wks)

1215 (30 wks)

1840

 

SECOND YEAR

Subjects

Theory (hours)

Practical (hours)

Medical Surgical Nursing-I

120

 

800 (20 wks)

Medical Surgical Nursing -II

120

Mental Health Nursing

70

320 (8wks)

Child Health Nursing

70

320 (8wks)

Co-curricular activities

20

 

TOTAL

400 (10 weeks)

1440 ( 36 weeks)

1840

 

THIRD YEAR Part-I

Subjects

Theory (hours)

Practice (hours)

Midwifery & Gynecological    Nursing

140

560 (14 wks)

Community Health Nursing-II

90

160 (4 wks)

Co-curricular

10

 

TOTAL

240 hours (6 weeks)

720 hours (18 weeks)

960

 

THIRD YEAR Part-II (Integrated supervised Internship)

Theory Subjects

Theory (hours)

Nursing Education

20

Introduction to Research and statistics

30

Professional Trends & Adjustments.

30

Nursing Administration & Ward Management

40

TOTAL

120 (2 weeks)

Post Basic B.Sc.N. Programme Structure

 Theory Courses

Year

Title

Course Code

Credits

No. of Assignments

Counselling sessions

(Hrs)

Self-study (Hrs)

I

Nursing Foundation

Applied Sciences

Maternal Nursing

Communicative English

Behavioural Sciences

BNS 201

BNS 202

BNS 203

BNS 204

BNS 205

4

4

2

4

4

1

1

1

1

1

24

30

12

12

24

96

120

48

108

96

 

Total

 

18

 

102

468

II

Medical Surgical Nsg

Paediatric Nursing

Mental Health Nursing

BNS 206

BNS 207

BNS 208

4

2

4

1

1

1

24

12

24

96

48

96

 

Total

 

10

 

60

240

III

Community Health Nsg

Nursing Administration

Nursing Education & Research

BNS 209

BNS 210

BNS 211

4

4

4

1

1

1

24

24

24

96

96

96

 

Total

 

12

 

72

288

 Practical Courses

Year

Title

Course Code

Credits

Practical Contact sessions (Hrs)

Self-Activities (Hrs)

 

I

Nursing Foundation

Applied Sciences

Maternal Nursing

Behavioural Sciences

BNSL201

BNSL 202

BNSL 203

BNSL 205

4

4

8

2

60

112

120

30

60

08

120

30

 
 

Total

 

18

322

218

 

II

Medical Surgical Nursing

Paediatric Nursing

Mental Health Nursing

BNSL 206

BNSL 207

BNSL 208

10

8

8

150

120

120

150

120

120

 
 

Total

 

26

390

390

 

III

Community Health Nsg

Nursing Administration

Nursing Education & Research

Computer in Nursing

BNSL 209

BNSL 210

BNSL211

BNSL212

8

6

8

2

120

90

120

30

120

90

120

30

 
 

Total

 

24

360

360

 

 

DCCN – Programme Structure

 Theory

SI.No

Course Code

    Course Title

                       Credits             

Hours

 

1

BNS-031    

Concept and Principles in Critical  Care Nursing

6

180

 

2

BNS – 032    

Nursing Management in Critical  Care Conditions 

6

180

 

 

 

Total                                                                 

12

360

 

 

Practical

SI.No

Course Code

    Course Title

                       Credits             

Hours

 

1

BNSL-033    

 

 

Clinical Nursing Practice in Critical Care-I        

12

360

 

2

BNSL – 034    

Clinical Nursing Practice in Critical Care-II        

8

240

 

 

 

Total                                                                  

20

600

 

DNA – Programme Structure

Theory

S.

No.

Title

Course Code

Credits

No. of Blocks

No. of Assign- ments

Counselling Sessions Hours

Self-Study Hours

1

Principles and Practices of Nursing Administration

 

BNS 011

 

4

 

4

 

2

 

12

 

108

2

Management of Educational Institute, Hospital and Community

 

 

BNS 012

 

 

4

 

 

4

 

 

2

 

 

12

 

 

108

3

Group Dynamics

BNS 013

4

4

2

12

108

4

Resource Management

BNS 014

4

4

2

12

108

Practical

S.

No.

Title

Course Code

Credits

No. of Blocks

No. of Activi- ties

Counselling Sessions Hours

Self-Study Hours

1

Practical Aspects of Nursing Administration-I

 

BNSL 011

 

6

 

1

 

7

 

45

 

135

2

Practical Aspects of Nursing Administration-II

 

BNSL 012

 

6

 

1

 

8

 

45

 

135

 

Practical contact sessions will be conducted in hospitals/PSC. 90 percent attendance is compulsory.

 

Supervised activities will be conducted at PSC / attached hospital under supervision. Self-Activities are carried out at your work place or hospital.

Submission of self and supervised activities file or log book is compulsory before final practical examination.