Kalna Institute Of Nursing

GNM Nursing Admission is going on for the session 2024-25


B.Sc Nursing is a four-year undergraduate program that provides comprehensive knowledge and practical skills in the field of nursing. It equips students with a strong foundation in subjects like anatomy, physiology, medical-surgical nursing, community health nursing, and more. B.Sc Nursing graduates are prepared to work as professional nurses, providing quality patient care, administering medications, assisting in medical procedures, and promoting health and wellness. They have diverse job opportunities in hospitals, clinics, community health centers, research institutes, teaching institutions, and international healthcare organizations. B.Sc Nursing offers a rewarding career path that combines compassion, scientific knowledge, and clinical expertise to make a positive impact on individuals and communities’ health and well-being.

Admission Eligibility:

Educational Qualification:

Candidates must have completed 10+2 or its equivalent from a recognized board with a minimum aggregate percentage (usually around 45-50%) in the science stream (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology).

Some institutions may have additional requirements, such as qualifying entrance exams like NEET or state-level nursing entrance exams.

Course Content:

B.Sc Nursing is a four-year undergraduate program that provides in-depth theoretical and practical knowledge in nursing. The curriculum generally includes the following subjects:

Anatomy and Physiology


Nutrition and Dietetics

Medical-Surgical Nursing

Community Health Nursing

Child Health Nursing

Mental Health Nursing

Obstetric and Gynecological Nursing


Nursing Research and Statistics

Nursing Administration

Ethics and Professionalism in Nursing

The course content may vary slightly among institutions, but these subjects form the core components of the B.Sc Nursing curriculum.


Job Opportunities:

B.Sc Nursing graduates have a wide range of job opportunities in the healthcare sector. Some common career paths include:

Staff Nurse in hospitals (Government and Private)

Specialty hospitals (Cardiac care, Intensive care, etc.)

Community health centers

Nursing homes and clinics

Public health departments

Teaching positions in nursing colleges and schools

Research assistant in healthcare projects

Occupational health nursing

Military nursing

Nurse in international healthcare organizations

The demand for B.Sc Nursing graduates is high, both in India and abroad, with opportunities for growth and specialization in various nursing fields.