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Regional Conference on Soft v/s Hard Skill Development @ Vivekananda College of Nursing
Regional Conference on Soft v/s Hard Skill Development and their impact on patient care@ Vivekananda College of Nursing on 9th June, 2017.  
 
Admission Notice for M.Sc Nursing at Vivekananda College of Nursing, Lucknow
Online applications are invited from female candidates for Admission in M.Sc Nursing programm at Vivekananda College of Nursing, Lucknow. Last Date of Form Submission 31.07.2017. For More details plea...  
 
 
Prospectus & Form
B.Sc. Nursing 2017-18
Prospectus & Form
GNM. Nursing 2017-18
B.Sc. Nursing Course (4Years)
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Prospectus & Form
M.Sc. Nursing 2016-17
 
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COURSE DETAILS FOR B.Sc. NURSING
Duration of the course is three and a half years. The curriculum followed would be as per the guidelines laid down by the Indian Nursing Council and U.P. State Medical Faculty. The medium of instruction is English.
  1. Internship means monthly integrated clinical duties in which 2 weeks of evening and night shift duties are included.
  2. Internship should be carried out as 8 hours per day @ 48 hours per week.
  3. Students during internship will be supervised by nursing teachers.
  4. Fourth year final examination only after completing internship
Year-wise course details are as follows:
First Year
S.N. Subject Theory
(Class & Lab.) (hours)
Practical
(Clinical) (hours)
Other Activities
(hours)
01. English 60    
02. Anatomy 60    
03. Physiology 60    
04. Nutrition 60    
05. Biochemistry 30    
06. Nursing Foundations 265+200 450  
07. Psychology 60    
08. Microbiology 60    
09. Introduction to Computers 45    
10. *Hindi/Regional Language 30    
11. Library Works/Self Study     50
12. Co-curricular activities     50
  Sub. Total Hours 930 450 100
Grand Total Hours = 1480 hours
* Optional
Second Year
S.N. Subject Theory
(Class & Lab.) (hours)
Practical
(Clinical) (hours)
Other Activities
(hours)
01. Sociology 60    
02. Pharmacology 45    
03. Pathology 30    
04. Genetics 15    
05. Medical-Surgical Nursing I
(Adult including geriatrics)
210 720  
06. Community Health Nursing I 90 135  
07. Communication & Educational Technology 60+30    
08. Library Works/Self Study     50
09. Co-curricular activities     35
  Sub. Total Hours 540 855 85
Grand Total Hours = 1480 hours
Third Year
S.N. Subject Theory
(Class & Lab.) (hours)
Practical
(Clinical) (hours)
Other Activities
(hours)
01. Medical-Surgical Nursing
(Adult including geriatrics) - II
120 270  
02. Child Health Nursing 90 270  
03. Mental Health Nursing 90 270  
04. Midwifery and Obstetrical
Nursing
90 180  
05. Library work / Self Study     50
06. Co-curricular activities     50
  Sub. Total Hours 390 990 100
Grand Total Hours for Third Year = 1480 hrs.
Fourth Year
S.N. Subject Theory
(Class & Lab.) (hours)
Practical
(Clinical) (hours)
Other Activities
(hours)
01. Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing   180  
02. Community Health Nursing-II 90 135  
03. Nursing Research & Statistics 45 *  
04. Management of Nursing Services and
Education
60+30    
  Sub. Total Hours 225 315  
Sub Total Hours = 540
*Project work to be carried out during internship.
Internship (Integrated Practice)
S.N. Subject Practical
(Clinical) (hours)
Total Weeks
01. Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing 240 05
02. Community Health Nursing II 195 04
03. Medical-Surgical Nursing
(Adult including geriatrics)
430 09
04. Child Health Nursing 145 03
05. Mental Health Nursing 95 02
06. Research Project 45 01
  Sub. Total Hours 1150 24

Grand Total Hours for Fourth Year = 1690 hrs.

Note:
N.B. Additional courses of study will be there to meet the requirements of the Nursing programme.
(Subject to changes from time to time as per requirement of the Indian Nursing Council)
Scheme of Examinations

The examinations are to be conducted by the 'CSMMU' at the end of each term in addition to ongoing internal evaluations of students’ performance throughout the year.

First Year Examination
    Assessment
S.N. Subject Theory Hours Internal External Total
01. Anatomy and Physiology 3 25 75 100
02. Nutrition and Biochemistry 3 25 75 100
03. Nursing Foundations 3 25 75 100
04. Psychology 3 25 75 100
05. Microbiology 3 25 75 100
06. English 3 25 75 100
07. Introduction to Computer   25 75 100
  Practical and Viva Voce        
01. Nursing Foundations   100 100 200
 
Second Year Examination
    Assessment
S.N. Subject Theory Hours Internal External Total
08. Sociology 3 25 75 100
09. Medical-Surgical Nursing I 3 25 75 100
10. Pharmacology, Pathology and
Genetics
3 25 75 100
11. Community Health Nursing I 3 25 75 100
12. Communication and
Educational Technology
3 25 75 100
  Practical and Viva Voce        
02. Medical - Surgical Nursing I   100 100 200
 
Third Year Examination
    Assessment
S.N. Subject Theory Hours Internal External Total
13. Medical-Surgical Nursing II 3 25 75 100
14. Child Health Nursing 3 25 75 100
15. Mental Health Nursing 3 25 75 100
           
  Practical and Viva Voce        
03. Medical - Surgical Nursing II   50 50 100
04. Child Health Nursing   50 50 100
05. Mental Health Nursing   50 50 100
 
Fourth Year Examination
    Assessment
S.N. Subject Theory Hours Internal External Total
16. Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing 3 25 75 100
17. Community Health Nursing II 3 25 75 100
18. Nursing Research & Statistics 3 25 75 100
19. Management of Nursing Services and Education 3 25 75 100
  Practical and Viva Voce        
06. Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing 3 25 75 100
07. Community Health Nursing II 3 25 75 100
 
Internal Assessment
The students are assessed periodically and 25% of marks in each subject are set apart which are added in the final marks of the University.
Attendance
A minimum of 80% attendance in total lectures, demonstrations and practicals in each subject separately is required to become eligible for appearing in the University examination. However, 100% attendance in clinical area is must before completion of the course. A student who is detained due to shortage of attendance, will be required to take readmission in the same year of study.