The B.Sc. nursing degree program is a four-year fulltime program comprising eight semesters, which prepares B.Sc. nursing graduates qualified to practice nursing and midwifery in a variety of settings in either public/government or private healthcare settings. It adopts credit system and semester system as per the Authority guidelines with minor modifications suitable to professional education in a hybrid form. The choice-based system is applicable to electives only and is offered in the form of modules. Modular learning is also integrated in the foundational as well as core courses that is mandatory
PEO1: To deliver capable positive contribution in health center
PEO2: To apply suitable quantitative and qualitative techniques for solving health care problem
PEO3: Demonstrate understanding of the basic concepts and theoretical knowledge used in the different health care settings
PEO 4: Apply the different techniques in solving the health care problems related to their field of study in day-to-day situations during their career;
PSO1: An ability to apply conceptual foundations of management to solve practical decision-making problems.
PSO 2: Demonstrate the skill-based knowledge in college, hospitals and other health care settings.
PSO 3: ability to apply conceptual foundations of nursing management to solve practical decision-making problems.