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B.SC. NURSING - 4 YEARS DEGREE COURSE


Fees Structure;-


Course Name

Fees to be charged (As Per Govt.Norms)

B. Sc.Nursing (4 Yrs Degree Course)

₹ 70,000/-year

Seventy Thousands Per Year Only

Accomodation

As per hostel facility

B.Sc.Nursing;-

Course Duration

:

4 years

Admission Procedure

:

Through B.Sc.Nursing  Entrance Test conducted by Rajasthan University Of Health Sciences, Jaipur (RUHS) and By directly through Federation/ management seat On the basis “First Come Get First”.        (NO DONATION)

Entry Qualification

:

  Candidates seeking admission for B.Sc. Nursing course should have passed the Higher Secondary Examination (12th) with Biology, Physics, Chemistry and English obtaining not less than 45% marks (40% for SC/ST) in aggregate of the above four subjects from the Board of Secondary Education, Rajasthan or of any other Board (Migration Certificate required).

GENERAL NURSING & MIDWIFERY (GNM)-3 YEARS DIPLOMA COURSE



Course Name

Fees to be charged (As Per Govt.Norms)

GNM (3Yrs Diploma Course)

₹ 50,000/- Year

Fifty Thousands Per Year Only

Accomodation

As per hostel facility



Scheme of Studies


Year

Subject

Theoretical Hours & Supervised Practice

First year

Biological Science

120

 

Anatomy & Physiology

90

Microbiology

30

Behavioral Science

60

Psychology

40

Sociology

20

Nursing Foundation

210

Fundamental of Nursing

190

Fundamental of Nursing (Practical)

200 (Lab), 680 (Clinic)

First Aid

20

Community Health Nursing

180

CHN-I

80

Environment Hygiene

30               320Hrs (Pr.)

Health Education & Communication Skills

40

Nutrition

30

English

30

Computer Education

15 +15 (Pr.)

Co-curricular activities

10

625(16 WK)

1215(30WK)

Total Hours of First Year

1840

Second year

Medical Surgical Nursing I

120

 

Medical Surgical Nursing II

120             800Hrs(20wks)

Mental Health Nursing

70                320Hrs(8wks)

Child health Nursing

70                320Hrs(8wks)

Co-curricular activities

20

Total Hours of Second Year

400(10wks) + 1440(36wks)

1840 (Hrs)

Third year Part-I

Midwifery & Gynecology Nursing

140 + 560 (Pr.)

 

Community Health Nursing II

90 + 160 (Pr.)

Co-curricular

10

Total Hours of Third Year

240(6wks)

720(18wks)

960

Third Year Part-II 
 (Integrated supervised Internship)

Nursing Education

20

Introduction  to Research and statistics

30

Professional Trends & Adjustment

30

Nursing Administration and Ward Management

40

Total Hours of Internship

120 (2wks)

 

Clinical Areas

Clinical Hours/weeks)

Medical Surgical Nursing

288 (6wks)

Community Health Nursing

288 (6wks)

Child health Nursing

96 (2wks)

Midwifery & Gynecology Nursing

384 (8wks)

Mental Health Nursing

96(2wks)

Diploma in Naturopathy & Yoga Sciences (DNYS)

Affilated to Akhil Bhartiya Prakritik Chikitsa Praishad New Delhi


Min. Qualification

10+2

Duration

3 Years+6months practical training

Medium

Hindi/English

Examination

December/ June

Eligibility fo rExam

Each candidate has to submit in each year
*75% Attendace classes * 3 Assignments
* One Modal * Project of Min. 100 pages.

SYLLABUS

Ist Year

IInd Year

IIIrd Year

1. Nature cure Philosophy

Pathology

Fasting Nutrition

2 .Anatomy

Hydro Therapy

Massage

3 .Physiology

Mud Therapy

Yoga & Pranayam

4 .Public Health Hygiene

Chromo Therapy

Gynae & obstetrics

5. First aid

Facial Expression

Management of Diseases



Min. Qualification

10+2

Duration

3 Years+6months practical training

Medium

Hindi/English

Examination

December/ June

Eligibility fo rExam

Each candidate has to submit in each year
*75% Attendace classes * 3 Assignments
* One Modal * Project of Min. 100 pages.

SYLLABUS

Ist Year

IInd Year

IIIrd Year

1. Nature cure Philosophy

Pathology

Fasting Nutrition

2 .Anatomy

Hydro Therapy

Massage

3 .Physiology

Mud Therapy

Yoga & Pranayam

4 .Public Health Hygiene

Chromo Therapy

Gynae & obstetrics

5. First aid

Facial Expression

Management of Diseases



Benefits of DNYS course

  • After completion of DNYS course, the candidate is to be registered with AINCF, Delhi. He is considered as Naturopathy & Yoga Practitioner. Naturopathy & Yoga Systam is duly approved & recognised by Govt.of India
  • The candidate can open his own Naturopathy & Yoga Clinic/Hospital.He can also get better job opportunities in Private Clinics, Hospitals, Health Resorts & Govt. Services- Rajasthan & Central Govt., as per existing rules.
  • Speical attraction to these candidates is offered by Institute in Applicable Practical approach which are apart from other Institutions like-
  • Examination methods of patients, B.P., temp. Vital Signs etc.
  • Diagnosis of diseases.
  • Common Practical Blood, Urine, Stool & Sputum (TB) examinations.
  • Introductory Knowledge of  X-Ray & ECG readings also provided
  • Help in project formulation in various diseases.
  • Help in setting such type of clinics.
CERTIFICATE IN COMMUNITY HEALTH

It is very important for a country to flourish and grow that its residents are healthy and not suffering from diseases. Bad health conditions have a negative impact on not only the social structure but also the political and the economic system. Hence, the field of community health, which is a subfield of public health, deals with providing quality health services to different communities. Empathic people interested in playing an integral role in relieving people's suffering can opt for a certificate in community health after their associate or bachelor level education; such a program specifically hones them for handling and resolving community health issues.

Course Objectives
At the end of the course, the trainee should be able to do the following:

  1. To carry out First Aid effectively and efficiently.
  2. To carry out community health education and to mobilize and organize use of community resources in health care.
  3. To participate in Community Health and Development projects in the community.
  4. To help in vector control activities in the community to break the disease transmission routes.
  5. To carry out comprehensive counseling ant to provide and promote home based care in the community.
  6. To participate in immunization programmes and be involved in the promotion of MCH/FP activities in the community.
  7. To assist in the organization and the running of the HIV/AIDS prevention and control programmes.
  8. To promote proper housing and to advise the community on safe/hygienic handling of excreta
  9. To participate in proper waste management.
  10. To promote good nutrition and to advice the community on the importance of food security.
 
 
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