P.B.B.Sc., abbreviated as Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing Programme is a two-year degree course that is completely job oriented with the main focus on the principles and training required to become a professional nurse. Today, the healthcare industry in India is expanding and so is the need for registered nurses. With that, the nurses can get hired in hospitals, clinics, medical institutions, etc. Apart from this, many hospitals offer compensation and insurance to the nurses and their families which helps them in the time of need.

This course does not offer you the degree of a nurse, but you can also become a Manager, Community Health Specialist, Rehabilitation Specialist, Chief Nursing Officer, and much more. For us, there is nothing more respectful than taking care of patients and making sure their procedure or treatment is completed effectively and helps them to get better with time in terms of health. Our aim is to assume responsibilities as professional, competent nurses and midwives at basic level in providing promotive, preventive, curative care and restorative health care.

Objectives of P.B.B.Sc. Course

  • Assessing health status and identifying nursing needs.
  • Demonstrate competency in nursing techniques.
  • Participate in promotive, preventive, curative and restorative health care.
  • Demonstrate managerial skills in community health settings.
  • Demonstrate skills in teaching to individuals and groups.
  • Recognize the need for continued learning for development.
  • Demonstrate skills in communication and interpersonal relationships.
  • Demonstrate leadership qualities and decision-making abilities.

Career Prospects of P.B.B.Sc. Course

  • Various aspects of learning and teaching methods.
  • Our ultimate purpose is patient care.
  • Aiming interventions at individuals, families and groups.
  • Focusing on educating a community about maintaining well-being.
  • Inquiring the problems encountered in nursing practice.
  • Effective collaboration and communication among nurses.
  • Nurse recruitment, retention & positive patient outcomes.


1st Year Subjects 2nd Year Subjects
Nursing Foundation Sociology
Nutrition & dietetics Community Health Nursing
Biochemistry & Biophysics Mental Health Nursing
Psychology Introduction to Nursing Education
Maternal Nursing Introduction to Nursing Administration
Child Health Nursing Introduction to Nursing Research & Statistics
Microbiology Environmental Science
Medical & Surgical Nursing -
English (Qualifying) -

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