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Thursday, May 16, 2019

How to Become Nurse ?

Hello friends, You all are familiar with name of nurse so here we providing all guidance about how to become a nurse so lets know....
The requirements to become a Registered Nurse (RN) are generally: passing the 10+2 exam in science subjects, a Diploma in Nursing (called a GNM, General Nursing and Midwifery), and/or getting a B.Sc. Nursing (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) degree. The B.Sc. Nursing degree isn’t technically required for staff nurses and registered nurses (as long as they register in their respective State Nursing Council of India after the completion of their training), but those with a B.Sc. Nursing degree may be viewed more favourably by employers. Many nurses also choose to get a Post Basic certification in a particular area, such as paediatric nursing, neonatal nursing, psychiatric/mental health nursing, emergency and disaster nursing or cardio-thoracic nursing. This certification is in addition to a bachelor’s or master’s degree and/or diploma, which requires separate training and education.
To be a nurse practitioner you need to have at least one year of practice as a Registered Nurse in India (i.e., have a B.Sc. Nursing degree and/or a nursing diploma, and be registered with the State Nursing Council), after which you need to complete a Master in Nursing (M.Sc. Nursing) degree, where you will choose a field of specialty. This could include specialties such as cardiovascular and thoracic nursing, critical care nursing, oncology nursing, neurosciences nursing, nephro-urology nursing, gastroenterology nursing or obstetric and gynecological nursing.
he nursing courses are offered at various levels of study – diploma, undergraduate and post-graduate. The basic eligibility for a B.Sc. Nursing course is a 10+2 with Biology, Physics and Chemistry. The basic eligibility for a course in General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM) is also the same i.e. 10+2 with Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
If you wish to continue your studies further, you can take up MSc Nursing courses which are considered very important in a teaching career. Here is a brief description to related course in nursing.


B.Sc (Nursing): 


This is a beginner's course in nursing. In this course the very basic knowledge of this profession is provided like nursing, first aid treatment, midwifery etc. The course also imparts theoretical and practical aspects of nursing.


General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM): 


This course helps in preparing general nurses to hold first-level positions in the hospitals and other such places.


Auxiliary nurse midwife and health workers (ANMHW):


 In this programme training is provided to nurses on how to take care of health related needs of the people living in the rural areas especially children, mothers and old persons.


Diploma in Nursing: 


The minimum eligibility for this course is Class 10th or equivalent. This may be a one year or two year course.

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