Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNS)

Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNS) is a professional degree that imparts theoretical and practical instructions and intensive academic experience. In accord with national and educational health goals, the Bachelor of Nursing Science program is intended to prepare nurses as faculty for training and middle level nursing manpower and as care providers, managers and supervisors in the community and in hospitals settings.

 

Program Objectives

  • Prepare nurses who can use independent judgment in making nursing decisions function in leadership positions in the provision of health care.
  • Develop community teaching in nursing and other health programs and conduct research.studies in clinical and community field areas of nursing practice.
  • Communicate effectively with individuals and different groups of people in a variety of settings.
  • Demonstrate effective teaching skills in formal and non-formal settings to individual and groups.
  • Use principals of management while functioning in leadership and supervisory positions in the hospitals and community.
  • Identify the impact of socio-political and economical forces in the health and development of the community.
  • Participate in need based research studies of problems identified in the hospital or community.
  • Identify the importance of self-direction for personal and professional development.
  • Apply a broad base of knowledge, theory and scientific research.
  • Demonstrate leadership and management skills to administer effective healthcare delivery.
  • Develop competencies in leadership, case management and health promotion.

 

Course Duration

  • Three Academic Years

 

Course Structure

 First Year Course

Course No Course Title Hours Marks
BN 01 Integrated Basic  Health Sciences I (Th) 150 100
BN 02 Integrated Basic  Health Sciences II (Th) 150 100
BN 03 Integrated Basic Health Sciences (Pr) 100 100
BN 04 Nursing Concepts & Principles (Th) 100 100
BN 05 Adult Health Nursing I (Th) 60 50
BN 06 Adult Health Nursing I (Pr) 180 50
BN 07 Child  Health Nursing I (Th) 60 50
BN 08 Child  Health Nursing I (Pr) 150 50
BN 09 Geriatric Nursing (T) 60 50
BN 10 Geriatric Nursing(Pr) 150 50
BN 11 Comprehensive English 50
BN 12 Computer Application 50
Total 1260 700

 

Second Year Course 

Course No Course Title Hours Marks
BN 13 Social Science Applied to Nursing(Th) 50 50
BN 14 Community Health Nursing I (Th) 60 50
BN 15 Community Health Nursing I (Pr) 180 50
BN 16 Midwifery I (Th) 60 50
BN 17 Midwifery I (Pr) 180 50
BN 18 Psychiatric Nursing I  (T) 60 50
BN 19 Psychiatric Nursing I  (Pr) 150 50
BN 20 Teaching and Learning (Th) 100 100
BN 21 Teaching and Learning (Pr) 360 100
BN 22 Health Economics and Nursing (Th) 50 50
Total 1250 600

 

Third Year Course

Course No Course Title Hours Marks
BN 23 Leadership and Management(TH) 100 100
BN 24 Management (PR) 360 100
BN25 Research Applied to Nursing(TH) 100 100
BN26 Research (Pr) 288 100
BN27 Major Subject(Elective)

  •  Adult Health Nursing II(TH)
  • Child Health Nursing II(TH)
  • Community Health Nursing II(Th)
  • Psychiatric Nursing II (TH)
  • Midwifery Nursing II(Th)
 

 

 

60

 

 

 

 

50

BN28 Major Subject(Elective)

  •  Adult Health Nursing II(Pr)
  • Child Health Nursing II(Pr)
  • Community Health Nursing II(Pr)
  • Psychiatric Nursing II (Pr)
  • Midwifery Nursing II(Pr)
Total(Th.=260 hrs&Pr.=1008 hrs 1268 550

PROGRAM FEATURES

  • Institution TU/ IOM
  • Level Bachelor
  • Seats Available 30
  • Duration 4 Years
  • Class Starts 2nd December
  • Class Time 7am - 2 pm

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