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Dhahan Kaleran, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district, Punjab
3 years (52 weeks per year) including 6 month internship (24 weeks).
Vacation of one month (included above ) is split between summer (June) and winter (December/January) breaks.
November 1 to October 31, yearly
Fees change from year-to-year. Please contact us for our most up-to-date fee schedule.
Certified nursing assistant, senior nursing assistant, home care nurse, community health nurse, ICU nurse, emergency room nurse, forensic nurse, legal consulting nurse, travelling nurse, midwife.
₹8000 – ₹12,000 per month
10+2 or equivalent, with 40% marks overall and individually in English. Preference to those who have completed science courses such as physics, chemistry and biology.
*Important: please see additional entry criteria at the following link: https://indiannursingcouncil.org/eligibility-criteria
September 30 for the year in which a student wishes to begin their studies.
October 31 of the year in which a student wishes to begin their studies.
Optional, on-campus housing
Punjab Nurses Registration Council in Mohali and Indian Nursing Council in New Delhi
Note: some seats are reserved for specific candidates (such as those from special castes or tribes). This is per government regulations.
Minimum 50% marks achieved on exams and courses
17 – 35 years old
Medically fit, Hepatitis-B vaccination, COVID-19 vaccination. Tetanus and other communicable disease vaccinations are also recommended.
The General Nursing & Midwifery diploma program provides students with the fundamental knowledge to work in entry-level healthcare positions in India.
Diploma holders will be registered under the Registered Midwives (RM) category with the State Nurses Registration Council. They will be cleared to practice in nursing in hospitals, medical clinics, care homes and in rural outreach programs.
Those with sufficient passing marks may go on to achieve their Post Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN).
The program provides a balanced mix of theoretical and practical learning, with paper writing, presentations and regular examinations.
- Biological Science
- Anatomy and physiology
- Behavioural Science
- Fundamentals of Nursing
- Fundamentals of Nursing
- First Aid
- Personal Hygiene
- Community Health Nursing
- Community Health Nursing I
- Environmental Hygiene
- Health Education & Communication Skills
- Medical Surgical Nursing I (including Pharmacology)
- Medical Surgical Nursing II (Specialties)
- Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing
- Computer Education
- Midwifery & Gynaecology
- Community Health Nursing II
- Paediatric Nursing
- Educational Methods and Media for Teaching in Practice of Nursing
- Introduction to Research
- Professional Trends and Adjustment
- Administration and Ward Management
- Health Economics