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Department Of Nursing

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Department of Nursing is ever evolving & always been a high growth path among various specialties in nursing. It has experienced & dedicated faculty with a strong commitment towards nursing who work with zeal & enthusiasm to provide a vibrant and optimum multi-specialty learning environment to the students in order to help them in today’s competitive world. Students in Nursing Department are well facilitated and mentored through various best practices and innovative teaching, learning & evaluation methods to make learning easier and enjoyable. The best nurses are patient, organized, and compassionate. They can think on their feet, pay close attention to detail, successfully handle stressful situations, and embrace opportunities for growth and improvement. The Institute gives them ample training, experience and knowledge to acquire such required skills. It would be a mistake to think all nurses provide bedside care and have to work in shift patterns. Rather, the field is so wide and varied that it would be impossible to list every single option nurses can choose from.


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B. Sc Nursing is a four year course which is recognized by the Indian Nursing Council. This course focuses on reinstating health and providing care to the sick. It is a great career option for those intending to go for higher studies better their prospects. There is a wide range of opportunities after finishing B. Sc Nursing, the students can opt for a job or go for higher studies. Those who want to take up jobs can join as Nursing Advisers to the Indian Government, Nursing Assistants/Supervisors, Teachers and Nursing Superintendents. This course is meant for all those keen on being a part of clinical Research industry, so all graduates, post graduates and even working professionals can apply for the course. By doing this course they are exposed to Clinical Research, Regularities, Clinical data management, Pharma co-vigilance and Medical writing.

After completing a bachelor's degree and passing a licensing test, the graduate will be a registered nurse and can work as one. Registered nurses are healthcare workers specializing in treating and educating patients and their families on their own overall health. Nurses work alongside and assist physicians and they perform typical duties, such as administering medication, therapies, and treatments, recording patients' statistics, and consulting with healthcare clinicians. Specific duties often vary depending on the place of the nurse's employment. Some nurses work with the elderly in nursing homes, some Nurses work in emergency rooms, and ambulatory care nurses can treat patients needing only outpatient care in physicians' offices or in the patient's home.

Aside from earning a bachelor's degree, there are other advanced career options for nurses. Many nurses who've earned their bachelor's degrees may go onto earn their Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), which would allow them to pursue careers like nurse practitioners, nursing managers, advanced practice nurses, and chief nursing officers.

Nurses are in high demand globally as there is a wide shortage of Nurses in countries like Canada, UK, Australia etc and it consistently features in the skills shortage list for PR in these countries.

The majority of Nurses work in hospitals, but some also work in locations such as private clinics, schools, nursing care facilities, prisons, and military bases. Experienced nurses often supervise beginner nurses, teach essential nursing skills to students, handle administrative tasks, and conduct research.