Post Basic B.Sc Nursing

Eligibility Criteria, Fees & Duration




2 Years

Intake Capacity

40 Seats

  • Welcome to the Post Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing) program at Shreyarth College of Nursing. This program is designed for registered nurses who wish to advance their careers and deepen their knowledge and skills in the nursing field.
  • The Post Basic B.Sc. nursing program at Shreyarth College of Nursing is a two-year undergraduate
    course tailored for nurses holding a diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM). The
    curriculum focuses on advanced nursing concepts and practices, preparing graduates for
    leadership roles and specialized areas of nursing.
  • Passed the Higher Secondary or Senior Secondary or Intermediate or 10+2 or an equivalent examination recognized by the university for this purpose. Those who have done 10+1 in or before 1986, will be eligible for admission.
  • Obtained a certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery and registered as R.N.R.M. with the State Nurses Registration Council.
  • Enhance existing nursing knowledge and skills.
  • Develop advanced clinical competencies.
  • Specialize in areas such as critical care, mental health, or community health nursing.
  • Engage in evidence-based nursing practice.
  • Improve leadership and management skills.
  • Commit to continuous professional development.

Graduates of the Post Basics BSc Nursing program can pursue advanced career roles, including:

  • Nursing educator
  • Nursing Tutor/ Clinical instructor
  • Staff Nurse
  • Forensic nurse
  • Community Health Nurse
  • Community Health Officer
  • Central Government job
  • State government job
  • Foreign country nurse
  • Higher education (MSc. Nursing & PhD Nursing)

Course Curriculum

1st Year
1st Year


  1. Nursing Foundation
  2. Nutrition & Dietetics
  3. Biochemistry & Biophysics
  4. Psychology
  5. Maternal Nursing
  6. Child Health Nursing
  7. Microbiology
  8. Medical-Surgical Nursing
  9. English
2nd Year
2nd Year


  1. Sociology
  2. Community Health Nursing
  3. Mental Health Nursing
  4. Introduction To Nursing Education
  5. Introduction To Nursing Administration
  6. Introduction To Nursing Research & Statistics
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