K.S. Nursing College

The institute provides insight and knowledge to improve student’s personality. K.S. Nursing College already providing courses, that is continuously improving and focused on new ideas and skills of Para-Medical Education in concern courses we help to become an excellent doctor and technicians. K.S. Nursing College providing the conceptual knowledge through highly qualified and experienced staff, rich and updated library and practical knowledge in well equipped and furnished laboratories.

College provides quality in Nursing Education and Improvement in Health Care System in the state of M.P. The college has its own building of around 12000 square feet in total area, in campus and the society is going to construct its own other college building on the land purchased for the same purpose having more than five acres of land in the city area.

The general aim of the College of Nursing Programme is to prepare the graduates to assume responsibility in preventive, primitive and curative care of people, sick or well and to act as professional Nurses. They are prepared to assume first level positions in all areas of health and are expected to participate in teaching and managerial functions as well.

Courses

  • B.Sc. Nursing (course has been divided into 4 years)
  • There are 50 seats available in B.Sc. Nursing Out of these five seats are reserved for NRI candidates and reservation for different categories as reserved by M.P. Government rules.

SUBJECTS

FIRST YEAR

  • Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry (2) Fundamentals of Nursing
  • Microbiology
  • Nutrition
  • English/Computer
  • Psychology

SECOND YEAR

  • Pharmacology
  • Medical Surgical Nursing-1
  • Community Health Nursing- 1
  • Sociology
  • Pathology & Genetics
  • Communication and Educational Technology

THIRD YEAR

  • Child Health Nursing
  • Medical Surgical Nursing-II (3) Mental Health Nursing
  • Nursing Education
  • Maternity and Gynecological Nursing

FOURTH YEAR

  • Midwifery Including Maternity and Gynecological Nursing
  • Community Health Nursing-11
  • Introduction to Principles of Administration and Nursing Services
  • Trends and issues in Nursing including Nursing Research

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