B.Sc (Bachelor of Science in Nursing)

Divine College of Medical Sciences. helps to prepare talents from under represented backgrounds for successful student careers.


  • The minimum age for admission shall be 17 years on 31st December of the year in which admission is sought.
  • Minimum education:
  • 10+2 class passed with Science (PCB) & English Core/English Elective with aggregate of 45% marks from recognized board under AISSCE/CBSE/ICSE/SSCE/HSCE or other equivalent Board.
  • Student shall be medically fit.
  • Students appearing in 10+2 examination in science conducted by National Institute of Open School with 45% marks.
  • Student shall be admitted once in a year.

  Nursing practise is carried out in the following ways:

  • Utilization of nursing knowledge through critical thinking, judgement, and skill. It is expressed as the art of nursing and is based on the principles of nursing, medicine, social and public health sciences.
  • Adoption of a holistic approach to care that addresses clients’ biological, psychological, social, and spiritual needs.
  • By actively involving the client as a partner in all aspects of care, the client’s self-reliance and self-determination are promoted.
  • Nursing theories are used to define and organise practise, as well as the nursing process, in order to assess, diagnose, plan, implement, evaluate, and document client care comprehensively.
  • Adoption of a nursing care delivery model within the agency or practise setting.
  • Collaboration with other members of the health care team and collaboration with various community sectors
  • Nursing is one of the noblest professions and one of the best fields to work in if you want to         help people. Medicine, as one of the most recession-proof industries, provides excellent career prospects and job opportunities for both doctors and nurses.

  • There was a time when professional nurses had few options for service because nursing was primarily focused on hospitals and bedside nursing. For a variety of reasons, career options are more diverse now. Among the career options are

Staff Nurses:

Nurses provide direct patient care to a single patient or a group of patients. She is directly accountable to the ward supervisor.

Ward sister or Nursing Supervisor: 

A nurse is in charge of the nursing care management of a ward or unit and reports to the nursing superintendent.

Departmental supervisor/Assistant Nursing Superintendent: 

The nurse is accountable to the nursing superintendent and deputy nursing superintendent for the nursing care management of multiple wards or units. As an example, consider the surgical department.


This course is a bachelor degree program focused on coursework to the nursing process, nursing science, and research, leadership relevant and specific to nursing practice. It is a four years bachelorette degree programme.
COURSE DURATION – 4 YEARS (Including internship)

Eligibility – Candidates should have passed 10+2 with subject such as PCB and must have obtained a minimum of 45% at the qualifying examination and English individually for any recognized board. The minimum age for admission shall be 17-35 years on 31st December of the year in which admission is sought.

Course Level – Under Graduation Degree Course..

  • Clinical Nursing
  • Occupational Nurses
  • Nursing Educators
  • Nursing Services
  • CHO (Community Health Officer)
  • Research in Nursing
  • OT. Nurse
  • Administration
  • Forensic Nursing
  • According to Payscale, a Registered Nurse (RN) in India earns an average annual salary of Rs 298,781 LPA.
  • A Registered Nurse (RN) with less than one year of experience typically begins their career with a starting salary of Rs 233,151 LPA, which includes bonuses and overtime pay. Registered Nurses can earn a total compensation of 249,994 LPA after four years of experience.
  • Nurses in their mid-career (5-9 years of experience) earn around Rs 393,132 LPA. Experienced nurses with more than 15 years in the industry earn Rs 496,269 LPA.
  • The more experience you have in the industry, the more skilled you will become as a Nurse. However, there is a significant difference in nurses grade pay between government and private hospitals.  Typically, government hospitals pay a higher salary package than private hospitals/nursing homes.
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