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:
provide an opportunity to aspiring nurses to upgrade knowledge and skills needed in responding to the changing health needs of the society.
motivate nurses to maintain and keep up with clinical competence for providing quality services.
develop teaching, administrative, and research skills.
promote personal and professional growth for better opportunities in the field of Nursing.
Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.): Who should opt?
Aspiring eligible candidates for the course would possess the following traits:
Compassion: a sympathetic, caring attitude towards patients.
Flexibility: Ability to work odd hours.
Stamina and will to work for long hours, often without breaks.
Patience: adeptness at dealing with patients belonging to different age groups (children, adults and the elderly).
Good communication skills: for good interdepartmental coordination and patient-related communication.
Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.): Eligibility
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.