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  • M.Sc. (Nursing)
    For the super-specialty hospitals which has services like cardio-thoracic and cancer treatments and yearly uptake of 10 M.Sc(Nursing) in this programme.
    • One Professor cum coordinator
    • One Reader cum Associate Professor
    • Two Lecturers

All These Faulty Carry Double Roles.

  • M.Sc. (Nursing)
    The Annual uptake of students is 60 in B.Sc.(Nursing) and 25 in M.Sc.(Nursing) programme.
    • One Professor-cum-Principal
    • One Professor-cum-Vice Principal
    • Five Reader cum Associate Professor
    • Eight Lecturers
    • Nineteen Tutor cum Clinical Instructor
  • The M.Sc (Nursing) programme has at least one qualified academic teaching staff who is specialized in a particular subject.

B.Sc. Norms

Physical Facilities

  • With the increasing number of students taking admission in the nursing programme the size of the built-up area of the institution also increase.
  • If the institution is offering different nursing programmes, it has to share the college laboratories present in the same campus and same name and same trust. They are required to own scientific equipments and articles in due proportion with the strength of students admitted in the nursing programme. The classrooms should also be as per the demand specified by the Indian Nursing Council for every programme.

Clinical Facilities

  • The hospital should afford atleast 75%  bed requirement.
  • The Hospital or the nursing home affiliated for the nursing programme should have at least 50 beds.

The Additional Specialties And Facilities For Clinical knowledge Needed Are:

  • The hospital should afford at the most 30-50 beds.
  • The staff for the nursing operations should be as per the standard of Indian Nursing Council (INC) norms.
  • All the candidates admitted in the nursing programme should be given status of student by the affiliated hospital.
  • The hospitals affiliated for the nursing programme must be in the radius of 15-30 kms.
  • Ratio of student per patient maintained is 1:3.

All the institutions or colleges offering both GNM and B.Sc (N) programme are required to have 240 beds and the affiliated hospitals should take 40 students in each programme per year and thus maintain 1:3 student patient ratio.

Teaching Facilities

The required qualifications & experience of teachers or faculty for the nursing college are Set of standards for Auxiliary, Nurse and Midwife (ANM).

Sr No. Post,Qualification and experience
1 Professor-cum-Vice Principle
  • Master Degree in Nursing
  • Total 10 years of experience with minimumof 5 years of taeaching
2 Professor-cum-Principle
  • Master Degree in Nursing
  • Total 10 years of experience with minimumof 5 years of taeaching experience
3 Lecturer
  • Master Degree in Nursing
4 Reader/Associate Professor
  • Master Degree in Nursing
  • Total 7 years of experience with minimumof 3 years of taeaching experience
5 Tutor/Clinicial Instructor M.Sc(N),B.Sc(N) with 1 year experience or Basic B.SC(N) with post basic deploma in clinical speciality

Basic Criteria Required

  • The training schools for ANMs must be situated close to the community Health Centre (refer PHC annexe) or any Hospital in the rural region (RH) with minimum 30 and maximum strength of 50 bed. It should be serving the area with its community wellness programmes. In order to give experience of the secondary level health care and and wide gynae-obstertical care the nursing school must be attached with a district hospital or the hospital belonging to secondary grade. 
  • The ANM School can also be allowed to be started by any organization which runs a hospital with the strength of 150 beds, at least 30-50 obstetrics and gynecology beds, and 100 cases of delivery per month. They are required to be associated with the PHC/CHC for the community Health Nursing programme.

Required Experience Nursing Staff.

  • All the surviving ANM schools which are associated with the District Hospitals must have PHC annexed (i.e. adjustment readiness for 20-30 students) for the experience in  the area of community health.
Sr. No. Post   Qualification & Experience
1 Professor-cum-Principal Masters Degree in Nursing
14 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in College of Nursing .
3 years experience in administration (Years of experience is relaxable if suitable candidate is not available) (If a candidate is not available, minimum 5 years of experience  in college of nursing, with an aggregate of 14 years teaching experience)
Desirable :  Independent published work of high standard / doctorate degree / M.Phil.
2 Professor-cum-Vice Principal Masters Degree in Nursing
14 years experience after M.Sc. (N) in College of Nursing .
3 years experience in administration (Years of experience is relaxable if suitable candidate is not available) (If a candidate is not available, minimum 5 years of experience  in college of nursing, with an aggregate of 14 years teaching experience)
Desirable : Independent published work of high standard / doctorate degree / M.Phil.
3 Reader / Associate Professor Master Degree in Nursing.
10 years experience after M.Sc.(N) in a College of Nursing.  (If a candidate is not available, 5 years of experience in College of Nursing with an aggregates of 10 years teaching experience.
Desirable : Independent published work of high standard /doctorate degree / M.Phil.
4 Lecturer Master Degree in Nursing.
3 years teaching experience after M.Sc. (N)

Set Of Physical Facility

Clinical Facilities

  • The nursing school must be associated with any territory hospital or a secondary aid hospital having least 150 beds.
  • Average bed occupancy is in within 60-70 percentage.

Academic service – Professional education staff for 20-40 yearly admission.

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