Eligibility for Admission for B.Sc nursing (4 years)
- Candidate should have passed the qualifying examination HSC after a period of 12 years of study a recognized board/university with Physics, Chemistry and Biology with 45% and and for SC/ST Candidates, the mark in PCB subject is 40%.
- Minimum age of admission shall be 17 years on or before 31st December of the years admission.
Eligibility for Admission for Post Basic B.Sc nursing (2 years)
- Both Boys and Girls candidates can apply. Married candidates also can apply.
- No age limit.
- Should have passed Diploma in Nursing. (31/2 years)
- Should have registered themselves with the Tamil Nadu Nursing Council.
- Fresher’s also can apply.
- Candidates before seeking admission shall obtain an Eligibility Certificate from the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University.
The duration of the course FOR B.Sc Nursing shall be 4 years including internship and for Post Basic B.Sc Nursing 2 years. The course commences from 1st October of the academic year. University examinations are conducted at August and September (non semester pattern). Medium of instruction is English for all the subjects of the study and for examination.
The internal assessments consist of the following points for evaluation:-
- Theory – unit / monthly test, assignments, model exams
- Practical – clinical performance, clinical evaluation, model exam
The aggregate marks in each subject (of theory, practical and viva) scored by the student will be sent to the university once in three months as internal assessment marks. The internal assessment marks should be a minimum of 50% marks in all subjects is mandatory for permitting the candidates for university examination.
The college shall do the needful to forward the relevant details to the appropriate authorities for the students who are eligible for SC/ST scholarships and First Graduate Fee Concession.
College Rules & Regulations
- Students who voluntarily withdraw from the college shall be required to pay the full fees for the entire course.
- No cell phones are allowed, communication facility is provided in the hostel itself.
- No costly items (e.g. Jewellery etc.) will be kept in the hostel. The individual is responsible for her own possessions. The college hostel will not be responsible for any loss.
- Adherence to timings for classes, meals and roll call is mandatory.
- Students are required to wear the full uniform during their college and clinical experience. When in uniform no form of jewels/anklets is permitted to be worn except small ear studs without drops. When in uniform hair must be put up.
- Vacations are planned according to the programme. Extending of holidays is not permitted. If a student is not able to return in time due to illness, it should be intimated to the principal/ class co-coordinator immediately followed by a written explanation. On return, student should submit medical certificate issued by a medical practitioner stating the full details of illness and treatment.
- Lack of attendance will result in not being able to appear for university exams.
- Prior permission should be taken for other leaves.
- Fees must be paid within a month of declaration of the results.
- Disciplinary actions will be taken on the students who are not complying by the rules and regulations of the college, and for any misbehavior/ misconduct.
- Ragging is strictly prohibited. As per the Supreme Court order, any student indulging in any kind of ragging will be dismissed from the college.
All students are expected to follow the rules & regulations of the college and of the hostel.
A declaration accepting these rules & regulations & agreeing to abide by them should be signed by each student & The Parent/Guardian at the time of admission.
NURSING COURSE DETAILS
The Degree in Bachelor of Science, Nursing or B.Sc. Nursing is a four years professional course offered under Faculty of Nursing & Para-medical Sciences. ... In India, the Nursing course is registered and controlled by Indian Nursing Council,Is BSc nursing a good career .
Here is a list of common concepts examined in nursing courses:
Health observation and assessment.
Anatomy and physiology.
Drug classifications and use.