CARE Hospitals, Nampally launches Post Basic BSc Nursing Course

CARE Nampally College of Nursing, which has been running the BSc Nursing course since 2006, has started a Post Basic BSc Nursing course in affiliation with CARE Hospitals, Nampally, Hyderabad.

The 2-year Post Basic BSc Nursing course is offered to nurses trained in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM), allowing them to upgrade their qualification to a BSc Degree. Nurses who have done 10+1 in or before 1986 and completed GNM are also eligible for admission. The course helps them to advance their nursing knowledge and skills and prepares diploma holders to undertake managerial, research and leadership roles of a professional nurse. The graduates would be eligible for managerial positions in public health and clinical areas, nursing teaching jobs as well as for pursuing higher studies or research.

The program was inaugurated on January 30th at CARE Hospitals, Nampally with an invocation dance and prayer. Mrs Rajini Peter, Principal, CARE Nampally College of Nursing, welcomed the gathering. The lamp was lit by Dr Rajagopala Raju, Chairman, CARE Foundation in the presence of Dr D N Kumar, Medical Director, CARE Hospitals, Nampally, Prof Jaishankar Iyer, Registrar, CARE Foundation and other dignitaries.

Dr Rajagopala Raju said the course was very significant as competent nurses are in demand worldwide. Dr D N Kumar promised complete support for the program. In addition to nursing students, the event was attended by a large number of staff from the Nursing College and CARE Foundation. Mrs Lissimol Philip, DNS, CARE Hospitals, Nampally gave the vote of thanks. 

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