B. Sc. Nursing | Duration: 4 years inclusive of 6 months internship

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

About the Course

The four-year undergraduate BSc Nursing programme emphasises the theoretical knowledge and training necessary to become a nurse. Students can address the nation's, society's, and individuals' health concerns thanks to the program's simplified structure. By upholding moral principles and standards of behaviour at all times while carrying out personal, social, and professional obligations to advance national goals, the curriculum trains students to be responsible citizens. Students can get a practical understanding of their studies through projects and assignments in the B. Sc. Nursing program's classroom instruction. The students must complete a six-month internship after the programme is through in order to gain experience in actual clinical settings and learn from them.

Career Opportunities

BSc Nursing Jobs in India are available to both government and private sectors equally.
◈ Deputy Nursing Superintendent
◈ Teacher of Nursing
◈ Staff Nurse
◈ Nursing Service Administrators
◈ Director of Nursing
◈ Military Nurse
◈ Assistant Nursing Superintendent
◈ Industrial Nurse
◈ Nursing Superintendent
◈ Community Health Nurse (CHN)
◈ Department Supervisor
◈ Nursing Supervisor or Ward Sister


10+2 Science with minimum of 45% marks & 40% for SC/ST


Affiliated to :
Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences, Govt. of Assam.

Approved by :
Indian Nursing Council (INC) Govt. of India & State Nursing Council Govt. of Assam

Activities of the College:

CPMS College of Nursing is having the following Laboratories:

1. Nursing Foundation Laboratory

2. Community Health Nursing Laboratory

3. Maternal and Child Health Laboratory

4. Nutrition Laboratory

5. Anatomy Laboratory with Physiology Museum

6. Microbiology and Biochemistry Laboratory

7. Pathology Laboratory

8. Advance Laboratory

9. Computer Laboratory

Course Structure updated as submitted by School

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