The objective of the Generic B.Sc. Nursing program is to prepare academically sound graduate nurses who are competent to carry out the role of care provider, manager, teacher and researcher in nursing areas.

First Year

1. Integrated Health Sciences I (T)
2. Integrated Health Sciences II (T)
3. Integrated Health Sciences (P)
4. Fundamentals of Nursing (T)
5. Fundamentals of Nursing ( P)
6. Community Health Nursing (T)
7. Community Health Nursing (P)
8. Nutrition & Diet Therapy (T)
Second Year

1. Adult Health I
2. Adult Health II
3. Geriatric Nursing (T)
4. Adult & Geriatric Nursing (P)
5. Psychiatric Nursing (T)
6. Psychiatric Nursing (P)
7. Nursing Concepts (T)
8. Social & Behavioral Science (T)
Third Year

1. Midwifery Nursing I (T)
2. Midwifery Nursing I (P)
3. Midwifery Nursing II (T)
4. Midwifery Nursing II (P)
5. Child Health Nursing (T)
6. Child Health Nursing (P)
7. Family & Reproductive Health Nursing (T)
8. Family & Reproductive Health Nursing (P)
Fourth Year

1. Management & Health Economics (T)
2. Management Practicum (P)
3. Educational Science (T)
4. Educational Science (P)
5. Research & Biostatistics (T)
6. Research Practicum (P)
Admission Requirements

The candidate must have passed I. Sc. or 10+2 securing at least 50% marks in aggregate with major subject such as physics, chemistry and biology. They must pass the entrance examination conducted by the Institute of Medicine.