Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.) is a 2- year undergraduate program pursued for candidates interested in the field of Nursing. Nurses are healthcare professionals who are trained in taking care of patients, treating them, and assisting doctors in treatment and surgery. A qualified RN (Registered Nurse) is capable of administering preventive, promotive, curative, and rehabilitative services to patients and communities at large.
Top Institutes offering Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.) courses are:
Successful graduates of the course are hired in nursing educational institutions, fields of clinical nursing and public health nursing in community settings. Lessons in Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.) course are imparted through classroom and clinic-based teaching and educational visits.
The average course fees in India ranges between INR 20,000 and 2 lacs for the total duration. The average annual salary offered to successful postgraduates of the field ranges between INR 3 and 5 lacs.
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course.
|Examination Type||Semester System|
|Eligibility||10+2 from a recognized university, and completion of the GNM course.|
|Admission Process||Direct admission. Entrance tests in some cases.|
|Course Fee||INR 20 K – 2 Lacs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 3 – 5 Lacs|
|Top Recruiting Fields/Areas||Hospitals (Government and Private), Clinics, Nursing Homes, Rehabilitation Clinics/Centers, Community Health Centers, NGOs, etc.|
Nursing, beyond a profession, is an opportunity to serve and treat patients and is thus directly related to social change and impact. The INC (Indian Nursing Council) is the authorized body that governs all aspects of nursing education in India. The course follows the syllabus prescribed by the INC.
Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.) program is a holistic mix of classroom lectures and hands-on practical sessions. The broad objectives of this program are to:
Aspiring eligible candidates for the course would possess the following traits:
Listed below are some of the top institutes offering the course in the country with the corresponding locations and fees charged by each.
|Name of Institute||City||Average Fees in INR|
|Manipal School of Nursing||Manipal||1,05,000|
|M.S. Ramaiah Institute of Nursing Education and Research||Bangalore||65,000|
|MGM Muthoot College of Nursing||Pathanamthitta||1,06,000|
|Armed Forces Medical College, [AFMC]||Pune||3,425|
|School of Nursing Sciences and Research, Sharda University||Greater Noida||2,40,000|
|Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences - [KINS]||Bhubaneswar||72,000|
|Mahatma Jyoti Rao Phoole University, [MJRPU]||Jaipur||45,500|
|Dr. BR Ambedkar Medical College, [DBAMC]||Bangalore||1,00,00|
|All India Institute of Medical Sciences - [AIIMS]||New Delhi||3,820|
|Biyani School of Nursing & Para-medical Science - [BSNPS]||Jaipur||70,000|
Candidates wishing to apply for Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.) course need to have qualified the GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) course after attaining the 10+2 or equivalent qualification, preferably with Science subjects.
Candidates need to also be Registered Nurse/ Registered Midwife or equivalent with any of the State Nursing Registration Councils. Also, the applicant is required to have a sound working knowledge of English, be medically fit, and possess a good personal and professional record.
The admission process for the course is varied, as various institutes have their very own criteria and processes of admission. Admission to the course is most often based on the candidate’s obtained merit at the 10+2 level and in the GNM course.
Also part of the admission process are selection tests (aptitude test, interview, written test, etc.), based on performance in which, candidates are allotted seats.
A semester-wise breakup of the course’s syllabus is tabulated below.
|Semester I||Semester II|
|Nursing Foundation||Maternal Nursing|
|Nutrition & Dietetics||Microbiology|
|Biochemistry & Biophysics||Child Health Nursing|
|Semester III||Semester IV|
|Medical & Surgical Nursing||Introduction to Nursing Education|
|Sociology||Introduction to Nursing Administration|
|Community Health Nursing||Introduction to Nursing Research|
|Mental Health Nursing||Statistics|
Nurses are healthcare professionals who play an important role in the field of healthcare. They work under the aegis of qualified doctors and perform medical assistance as specialists, educators, administrators, and others such.
Qualified nurses find decent jobs in both government and private sectors, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, the Armed Forces, in various healthcare initiatives and schemes run by Government, targeting specific communities and rural areas.
Services of qualified Indian nurses are much demanded in developed countries, such as the USA, the UK, New Zealand, Australia, and other European nations.
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Some of the popular professional avenues open to successful graduates of the course are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|Job Position||Job Description||Average Annual Salary in INR|
|Chief Nursing Officer||A Chief Nursing Officer is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the organization's nursing department and monitor its daily operations||2 - 4 lacs|
|Rehabilitation Specialist||Rehabilitation Specialists work towards improving the quality of life for patients with mental disabilities. These specialists provide a broad range of rehab services and work closely with psychiatrists, mental health counselors, clinical social workers, and rehabilitation counselors.||2 - 4 lacs|
|Critical Care Nurse||The job of a Critical Care Nurse is a complex and challenging one. Also known as ICU nurses, critical care nurses use their skills to care for patients who are critically ill and at high risk from life-threatening health problems.||1 - 4 lacs|
|Paramedic Nurse||Their primary job is to respond to 911 calls for emergency medical assistance, bandaging wounds, assessing patients’ conditions and determining the best course of treatment.||1 - 3 lacs|
|Nurse Manager||A Nurse Manager evaluates the performance of staff nurses and provides feedback. They mentor and develop education programs, contribute to staff’s professional development, interview and hire nurses and medical staff.||3 - 5 lacs|
|Community Health Specialist||A Community Health Specialist is responsible for developing and implementing health programs in the community they live in. They work on a one-on one basis with the community to aid in providing healthcare information to their clients.||4 - 5 lacs|
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