Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery

ANM (Nursing) aspirants can work at Hospitals, Educational Institutes, and Medical Care Units as Home Care Nurse, Nursing tutor, ICU Nurse, Health Care Nurse, and Infection Control Nurse.

General Nursing and Midwifery

GNM aspirants can work at Hospitals, Private clinics, Schools, Private offices, Training institutes, and Rehabilitation centers.

B.Sc. Nursing (Basic)

B.Sc in nursing graduates can seek employment in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Educational Institutes, Private Clinics, and related Health Departments. They can work as Staff Nurse, Community Health Nurse, Nursing Advisor, Trainer, and Nursing Supervisor.

B.Sc. Nursing (Post Basic)

B.Sc in nursing graduates can seek employment in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Educational Institutes, Private Clinics, and related Health Departments. They can work as Staff Nurse, Community Health Nurse, Nursing Advisor, Trainer, and Nursing Supervisor.

Master of Science in Nursing

What is an MSc in Nursing? A Master of Science in Nursing is a program of study that focuses on giving students clinical, managerial and educational competencies. The courses you take will typically integrate life science and health science and care to better prepare you for all aspects of your future career. These programs further your understanding of ethical conduct, spreading of disease, treating illnesses, making important decisions and giving care to patients.

Master of Science in Nursing

What is an MSc in Nursing? A Master of Science in Nursing is a program of study that focuses on giving students clinical, managerial and educational competencies. The courses you take will typically integrate life science and health science and care to better prepare you for all aspects of your future career. These programs further your understanding of ethical conduct, spreading of disease, treating illnesses, making important decisions and giving care to patients.

There are five specialties in Masters of nursing program. Each department is run by an experienced Head of Department, along with eminent staff members having Masters Degrees

Psychiatric Nursing
the branch of nursing concerned with the prevention, care, and cure of mental disorders and their sequelae. It uses theories of human behavior as its scientific framework and requires theuse of the self as its art or expression in nursing practice. Some of the activities of hepsychiatric nurse include providing a safe therapeutic milieu working with patients or clients on the real day-to day problems they face; identifying and caring for the physical aspects of thepatient’s problems, including drug therapy reactions; assuming the role of social agent or parent for the patient in various recreational, occupational, and social situations; conducting psychotherapy; and providing leadership and clinical assistance for other nurses and health care workers. Psychiatric nurses work in many settings; their responsibilities vary with the setting and with the level of expertise, experience, and training of the individual nurse. Also called mental health nursing.

Medical-Surgical Nursing:
Nephrology and cardiology are two super specialities in this department. Firm standards are set for achieving excellence, not only theoretically but practically also.

Obstetrics and Gynecological Nursing:
stress is laid on teaching the students to provide holistic approach while caring the women and newborns. Training is provided to meet international standards of professionalism.

Paediatric nursing:
Students are taught to provide care to the newborn to the adolescent period by applying knowledge from physical, biological and behavioural sciences.

Community Health Nursing :
guidance is provided to the students to provide promotive, preventive and restorative health services to the community. Students get exhaustive experience of working in the urban as well as the rural community.