Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Generic 4-year Program)
The Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing is a 4-year professional education program leading to practice as a Registered Nurse (RN/BSc N). The goal of this program is to help nurses develop their critical thinking skills, knowledge-based actions, and personal and professional growth. Graduates of this program will be prepared to work as safe clinical nurses who can offer comprehensive care at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels in hospitals and community setting.
Objective of course
The following objectives contribute to the enhancement of the nursing profession:
• To prepare competent, committed, knowledgeable nurse clinicians (Hospital and Community settings)
• To educate nurses with appropriate knowledge, skills, and attitudes with clinical competency.
• To produce nurses who will integrate evidence-based science into clinical practice for the care of individual, families, and communities.
• To produce nurses who can provide preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative health care to populations in rural and urban settings.
• To enable nurses to meet the future challenges, including changes in technology, which confronts health care in 21st century.
• To develop human resources for as teaching faculty for existing nursing programs, as currently there is a deficiency in numbers of faculty members
Core Competencies after completion of Program.
1. Nursing practice and management
2. Critical thinking
4. Evidence based nursing practice
5. Psychomotor Skills
6. Professional, ethical, and legal practice
7. Professional advancement, development, and value.
The scholarship is provided to each student according to the PNC rules & regulations.
After the completion of four year of the program, the students must complete their 12-month internship for the registration with the PNC. The institution is responsible to arrange internship of their graduates in a PNC affiliated teaching hospital. The purpose of the internship is to strengthen knowledge and skills therefore graduates’ internship program will be planned between the college and the hospital to rotate them in several clinical areas. The graduates will receive basic salary of grade 16 (Govt. institution) and according to the institution policy (private institution) during internship. The candidates will be required to submit a formal letter/certificate at the completion of the internship period to the Principal of the college of Nursing. The certificate/letter will be issued by Nursing Superintendent of the affiliated agency. The Principal of nursing college will send the final list of eligible candidates for registration to PNC.
PROPOSED 4 YEARS BSc NURSING COURSES PROGRAMME
Post RN Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Post RN)
The Post R. N. B. SC Nursing education program aims to train graduates (nurses with degrees) who are health-oriented rather than disease-oriented and can provide care to individuals who are both healthy and ill, families, and communities. Thus, the foundation of this B. Sc. Nursing curriculum is the basic health care principles.
Written test based on standards of General Nursing Midwifery (any post Basic Specialty) & English The students scoring 50% marks will be considered pass but admission will be based on the overall merit achieved by the student.
The 2 year Post R. N. B.Sc. Nursing course is intended to:
a- Utilize the nursing process and critical thinking to provide safe, competent, holistic and evidence - based nursing care to patients/clients in variety of settings.
b- Demonstrate as a catalyst in nursing education, practice, and research.
c- Develop leadership skills to coordinate in health care system for individuals, families, and communities.
TERMINAL PROGRAM OBJECTIVES
Upon completion of the 02 years B.Sc. Nursing Program, the Graduate will be able to:
1. Utilize cognitive, psychomotor, and affective abilities derived from the humanities and the natural, behavioral, and nursing sciences to provide nursing care to individuals, families, groups, and communities.
2. Utilize the nursing process to deliver safe and effective nursing care for an individual, family, group and community at primary, secondary, and tertiary levels. a. Assess the ability to meet basic needs and to accomplish the activities of daily living. b. Formulate a nursing diagnosis in relation to basic human. c. Prioritize multiple diagnoses. d. Develop an individualized nursing care. e. Implement the plan of care. f. Evaluate the response of nursing intervention and the effect of the intervention and revise the care plan as needed.
3. Evaluate the effectiveness of the techniques and principles of communication and counseling strategies in working with individuals, families, groups, communities, and significant others as well as members of the health care team.
4. Assume responsibility for implementation of ethical, legal, socio-cultural, and professional standards in the provision of nursing care.
5. Evaluate the effectiveness of health teaching to promote health, maintain wellbeing and prevent illness in individuals, families, groups, and communities.
6. Demonstrate an awareness of the role of research in nursing practice and support the research activities of others.
7. Utilize evidence – based practice in providing care to the client in health care settings.
8. Apply policies and procedures related to the economical use of supplies and equipment in the health care delivery system.
9. Evaluate own personal and professional growth and development.
Subjects of the course
Co curriculum Activities