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Nursing Course is the fastest and one of the most important courses in the medical field. The demand for skilled professionals in the Nursing field has increased rapidly in developed as well as in developing countries.
Nursing Courses are those courses after 12th in which students learn to take care of the ill and injured patient. Through these courses, the student gained knowledge on how to treat a patient and provide precautionary care to healthy persons. Nurses do not only do patient care even they are taught also teaches the patient about their current health status. Healthcare is a recession-proof sector, no matter how the economy is doing in your country the demand for healthcare professionals will still be there. Along with Doctors, Nurses are also in huge demand in India as well as abroad. Nursing can be a good career option for male and female both the students, however, it’s considered more suitable for females. In some cases, male nurses get hired specially for some special cases and as per the rule of demand & supply, they can get a higher salary than their female counterparts as the number of male nurses is very limited in comparison to female nurses. In India, a student can pursue a career in nursing after the 12th even after the 10th also. A lot of options are available in the form of various types of courses such as diploma, graduate or postgraduate courses in nursing.
The demand for Nursing is not only in hospitals and mental health centers, even in public health departments & businesses in public schools also. Due to this rapid increase in nurses demand there is a huge increase in nursing courses also. There are many long-term and short-term nursing courses after 12th available. Below we are providing some of the renowned professional courses here
Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 3-year long undergraduate program in which a student learns about the basic knowledge of nursing, first-aid and midwifery. They learn theoretical as well as practical aspects of nursing.
the duration of B.Sc nursing course is 3 years.
To take admission in B.Sc Nursing a student should be medically fit and after completing 10+2 in science stream with Biology, Physics and Chemistry subjects from a recognized board they can apply in various nursing colleges.
are 17-35 years and the minimum percentage is required is 45%
tuition fees for BSc nursing vary from college to college. for government institutions, the fees start from 10 thousand per year and for private colleges, it starts from 20000 and goes up to 50000 per year.
most of the colleges are taking direct admission, but some top and government colleges are taking admission through Entrance exams. these are some top entrance exams for admission in a nursing course.
GNM is a program which prepares students to become general nurses and the functional part will be in first-level positions in hospitals. The duration of this course is 3-3.5 years.
Age criteria are between 17-35 years. However, there is no age bar for ANM/LHV’s. Minimum education is required 10+2 in Science stream with PCB & English with an aggregate score of 40%.
Post Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 2-year long degree program. Colleges give admission on merit basis and usually conduct a selection test + interview for admission.
Completion of General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) course, which a student can pursue after passed 10+2 in Science stream. Also, a student should register himself/herself as a nurse and midwife with any State Nursing Registration Council.
Auxiliary Nurse Midwifery course is popularly known as ANM which is a 2-year long Diploma programme. A student can opt for this programme after completing 10+2 from a recognized board/ university with minimum 45% marks.
A student should be medically fit for this course. Some college conducts their own entrance exams + interview also for admission. In this course, students are prepared to care properly for individuals, families, and communities.
Admission Procedure in Nursing courses is also a subject which depends upon the type of the course and college you select.
Nursing is a job profile which is recession proof. After completing your course you have to register yourself with the State Nurse Registration Council to become a ‘Registered Nurse’ or ‘Registered Midwife’.
As per your skills, qualifications, and experience, you can apply for a job in any private or government running hospitals, nursing homes, orphanages, community health centers, rehabilitation clinics, old age homes, industries, sanatoriums and even in armed forces. Indian Red Cross Society, Indian Nursing Council, and State Nursing Councils also provide various employment options for you as a qualified nurse.
If you have done ANM you may work as a primary health worker or midwife in any primary health care center. You may also work in an administrative or teaching position in medical college/nursing schools. Apart, from these options in the domestic sector, you may try and complete your immigration formalities and try to get a job abroad. The demand for skilled and qualified nurses is there across the World. Specially developed countries like Canada, USA, New Zealand, Ireland, Australia and in Gulf Countries have a huge demand for qualified nurses.
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