BSc Nursing (Post Basic) is a 2 years undergraduate course that is designed to enhance the nursing skills of professionals who already have a background in nursing or a similar field. It provides an advanced level of knowledge related to medical care.

The basic eligibility criteria are that students should have completed Class 12 with a certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) and should have a registration in Registered Nurses and Registered Midwives (RNRM). The difference between BSc Nursing Post-basic and MSc Nursing is that one is an undergraduate course and another is a post graduate degree.

Eligibility Criteria

Post Basic B. Sc. (N)

M. Sc. (N)