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Curriculum

Basic B.Sc. Nursing Curriculam : Syllabus

SubjectTheory + Practical (In Hours)
English60
Anatomy60
Physiology60
Nutrition60
Biochemistry30
Nursing Foundation265+200+450
Psychology60
Microbiology60
Intro. To Computer45
*Hindi/ Regional Language30
Library / Co- curricular activities50 + 50
Total Hours930 + 450
SubjectTheory + Practical (In Hours)
Sociology60
Pharmacology45
Pathology30
Genetics15
Medical Surgical Nursing - I210 + 720
Community Health Nursing90 + 135
Communication & Educational Technology60 + 30
Library / Co- curricular activities50 + 35
Total Hours540 + 855 + 85
SubjectTheory + Practical (In Hours)
Medical Surgical Nursing - I120 + 270
Child Health Nursing90 + 270
Mental Health Nursing90 + 270
Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing90 + 180
Library / Co- curricular activities50 + 50
Total Hours390 + 990 + 100
SubjectTheory + Practical (In Hours)
Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing180
Community Health Nursing90 + 135
Nursing Research & statistics45 + **
Management of Nursing services & Education60 + 30
Total Hours585
SubjectTheory + Practical (In Hours)
Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing20 + 240
Community Health Nursing10 + 195
Medical Surgical Nursing30 + 430
Child Health Nursing10 + 145
Mental Health Nursing10 + 95
Research Project10 + 45**
Total Hours90 + 1150

 *Optional ** Project work to be carried out during internship

Internship Basic B. Sc Nursing Note:

  1. Internship - 8 hrs. integrated clinical duties - 2 weeks of evening / night shift duties included.
  2. Internship should be carried out as 8 hrs. per day at 48 hours per week.
  3. Students during internship will be supervised by nursing teachers.
  4. Fourth year final examination to be held only after competing internship.

Scheme of Examination (Theory):

SubjectInternal/External Marks
Anat. & Physiology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Nutrition & Biochemistry 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Nursing Foundation 3 Hrs.+ (Practical+ Viva)25 + 75 + (100 + 100)
Psychology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Microbiology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
English 3 Hrs.100*
Intro. To Computer100**
SubjectTheory + Practical (in Hours)
Sociology60
Community Health Nursing60 + 240
Mental Health Nursing60 + 240
Introduction to Nursing Education60 + 75
Introduction to Nursing Administration60 + 180
Intro to Nursing Research & Statistics45 + 120
Total Hours525 + 840
SubjectInternal/External Marks
Med. Surg. Nursing II 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Child Health Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Mental Health Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Medical  Surgical Nursing II Practical & Viva50 + 50
Child Health Nursing Practical & Viva50 + 50
Mental Health Nursing Practical & Viva50 + 50
SubjectInternal/External Marks
Midwifery & Obstetric . Nursing 3 Hrs25 + 75
Community Health Nursing 3 Hrs25 + 75
Nursing Research & Statistics 1.5 Hrs100**
Management of Nursing  services & Education 3 Hrs25 + 75
Midwifery & Obstetric  Nursing Practical & Viva50 + 50
Community Health Nursing Practical & Viva50 + 50

* College level qualifying exam, min. passing marks 40%
**College level qualifying exam, min. passing marks 50%

Notes for Examination:-

  • Anatomy and Physiology University question paper will consist of section A Anatomy of 37 marks and section B Physiology will be of 38 marks.
  • Nutrition and Biochemistry University question paper will consist of section A Nutrition of 45 marks and section B Biochemistry of 30 marks.
  • Pharmacology, Genetics & Pathology : section A Pharmacology of 40 marks, section B Pathology of 29 and Genetics of 06 marks.
  • Nursing Research & Statistics - Nursing research should be of 50 marks & statistics of 25 marks.
  • Examination in ‘English’ subject of 1st Year Basic B. Sc. Nursing course will be a college level Internal Assessment Qualifying Examination with minimum passing of 40% marks. Students who secures less than 40% marks in ‘English’ subject will not be eligible to appear in any subject of the University’s final examination. Marks of ‘English’ subject are to be sent to the University along with Internal Assessment marks of other subjects for inclusion in the mark sheet.
  • Examination in ‘Introduction to Computer’ subject of 1st Year Basic B. Sc. Nursing course will be a college level Internal Assessment Qualifying Examination with minimum passing of 50% marks. Students who secures less than 50% marks each i.e. independently in the Internal Assessment (Theory) & independently in the Internal Assessment (Practical) of ‘Introduction to Computer’ subject will not be eligible to appear in any subject of the University’s final examination.
  • Marks of ‘Introduction to Computer’ subject are to be sent to the University along with Internal Assessment marks of other subjects for inclusion in the mark sheet.
  • Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the theory and practical papers separately.
  • A candidate must have minimum of 80% attendance (irrespective of the kind of absence) in theory and practical in each subject for appearing in University examination.
  • A candidate must have 100% attendance in each of the practical areas before award of degree.
  • A candidate has to pass theory and practical exam separately in each of the paper.
  • If a candidate fails in either theory or practical paper he/she has to re-appear for both the papers (Theory and practical).
  • Provision of ATKT will be prescribed as per Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik.
  • All practical examinations must be held in the respective clinical areas.
  • One internal and one external examiner will jointly conduct the practical examination for each student.

Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing: Syllabus

SubjectInternal/External Marks
Nursing Foundation 2 Hrs.15 + 35
Nutrition & Dietetics 2 Hrs.15 + 35
Biochemistry & Biophysics 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Psychology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Microbiology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Maternal Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Child Health Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Medical & Surgical Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
** English (Qualifying) 2 Hrs.100
Med. & Surg. Nursing Practical & Viva.50 + 50
Maternal Nursing Practical & Viva.50 + 50
Child Health Nursing Practical & Viva.50 + 50
Nursing Foundation 2 Hrs.15 + 35
SubjectTheory + Practical (in Hours)
Sociology60
Community Health Nursing60 + 240
Mental Health Nursing60 + 240
Introduction to Nursing Education60 + 75
Introduction to Nursing Administration60 + 180
Intro to Nursing Research & Statistics45 + 120
Total Hours525 + 840

* Hindi / Local language as per the need of the institution.
**College level qualifying exam min. passing marks 33% to appear in University Examination.
***College level qualifying exam min. passing marks 50% to appear in University Examination.

Scheme of Examination (Theory):

SubjectInternal/External Marks
Nursing Foundation 2 Hrs.15 + 35
Nutrition & Dietetics 2 Hrs.15 + 35
Biochemistry & Biophysics 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Psychology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Microbiology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Maternal Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Child Health Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Medical & Surgical Nursing 3 Hrs.25 + 75
** English (Qualifying) 2 Hrs.100
Med. & Surg. Nursing. Practical & Viva.50 + 50
Maternal Nursing Practical & Viva50 + 50
Child Health Nursing Practical & Viva.50 + 50
Nursing Foundation 2 Hrs.15 + 35
SubjectInternal/External Marks
Sociology 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Com. Health Nursing+ (Practical & Viva) 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Mental Health Nursing + (Practical & Viva) 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Intro. of Nursing Education 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Introduction to Nursing Service & Administration 3 Hrs.25 + 75
Introduction. to Nursing Research& Statistics 2 Hrs.50 + 50
*** Introduction to Nursing Research & Statistics Practicals & Viva50 + 50
Community Health Nursing. (Practical & Viva) 3 Hrs.(50 + 50)
Mental Health Nursing. + (Practical & Viva) 3 Hrs.(50 + 50)

Note for Examination :

  • There will be an ongoing assessment for each theory / practical / clinical experience which will form a part of the Internal Assessment.
  • Teaching of Anatomy, Physiology, Pharmacology & Pathology will be integrated with clinical subjects.
  • A minimum of 80% attendance in theory & practical / clinical’s, in each clinical area is essential before appearing for examination.
  • 100% attendance in practical / clinical’s, in each clinical area is essential before award of degree.
  • 50% of minimum marks in each theory & practical paper separately is required for passing, both in Internal & External Assessment & University Examination.
  • Examination in the ‘English’ subject of 1st year Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing course will be a college level Internal Assessment Qualifying Examination with minimum passing of 33% marks. Students who secure less than 33% marks in ‘English’ subject will not become eligible to appear in any subject of the University’s final examination. Marks of ‘English’ subject are to be sent to the University along with Internal Assessment marks of other subjects for inclusion in the mark sheet.
  • Examination in ‘Introduction to Nursing Research & Statistics subject of 2nd Year Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing course will be a college level Internal Assessment Qualifying Examination with minimum passing of 50% marks. Students who secure less than 50% marks each i.e. independently in the Internal Assessment (Theory) & independently in the Internal Assessment (Practical) of ‘Introduction to Nursing Research & Statistics’ subject will not be eligible to appear in any subject of the University’s final examination. Marks of ‘Introduction to Nursing Research & Statistics’ subject are to be sent to the University along with Internal Assessment marks of other subjects for inclusion in the mark sheet.