Nursing Courses in India are an excellent choice of career. Every year need for Nursing Staff is increasing. Hence Nursing Courses becomes a first choice for many candidates. In this post we are going to discuss about various details of Nursing Courses offered in India.
As per Indian Nursing Council (INC) recognized Nursing Courses Offered in India are the following
|Course||Eligibility as per INC||Duration|
|Auxiliary Nursing-Midwifery (ANM)||12th/HSE Pass||2 years|
|Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery||10+2 Pass - 40% (Science & Any Group) SC/ST -5% relaxation||3 Years|
|Basic B.Sc Nursing||10+2 Passed - Aggregate 45% Marks(Science Group-PCB&E ) SC/ST - 5% Relaxation||4 Years|
|Post Basic B.Sc., Nursing||GNM with RN RM of State Council where the Student intend to Undergo Higher Education||2 Years|
1) Medical Surgical Nursing
- Cardio Vascular and Thoracic Nursing
- Critical Care Nursing
- Neurosciences Nursing
- Nephro - Urology Nursing
- Orthopedic Nursing
- Gastro Enterology Nursing
2) Paediatric Nursing / Child Health Nursing
3) Community Health Nursing
4) Psychiatric Nursing / Mental Health Nursing
5) Obstetrics & Gynaecology Nursing
|B.Sc.(N)/B.Sc., Hons.,. Nursing (RN& RM) / Post Basic B.Sc.,(N) (Additional Qualification) of State Council where the Student intend to Undergo Higher Education with minimum of 55% aggregate marks.
1) Minimum One year of work experience after Registration of Basic B.Sc.(N) with the Council.
2) Minimum one year of work Experience Prior or after Post Basic, B.Sc., Nursing after Registration with the Council.
|Post Basic Diploma in Nursing Specialties
1) Cardio - Thoracic Nursing
2) Operation Room Nursing
3) Psychiatric / Mental Health Nursing
4) Neonatal Nursing
5) Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Nursing
6) Nurse Practitioner in Midwifery
7) Neuro Science Nursing
8) Oncology Nursing
9) Emergency and Disaster Nursing
10) Gerontological Nursing
11) Post Basic Diploma in Critical Care Nursing
|GNM / B.Sc.,(N) / Post Basic B.Sc.,(N)
With RN& RM & Additional Qualification Registration of State Council shall apply for these Courses.
|Nurse Practitioner in Critical Care (NPCC)
||B.Sc.nurse with a minimum of one year clinical experience, preferably in any critical care setting prior to enrollment.||2 Years|