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B.Sc Nursing

Eligibility

Nationality: Candidates must be Citizens of India / children or dependents of Non Resident Indians. 

As per Indian Nursing Council norms, the candidates should have passed +12th or equivalent examination from a recognized board with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English. Minimum Marks: Score at least 50% marks.

As per norms of Kerala University of Health Science (KUHS) for admission for B. Sc Nursing, the minimum educational requirements shall be the passing of: Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (12 years course), Or Senior School Certificate Examination (10+2), Pre-Degree Examination (10+2), Or An equivalent with 12 years schooling from a recognized board or university with Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) and English with minimum of 50% aggregate marks.

Relaxation in marks: The candidates belonging to Socially and Educationally Backward Classes (as per G.O. (P) No. 208/66/Edn dated 2.5.1966, G.O. (MS) No.95/08/SCSTDD dated 06.10.2008 and amendments thereof), will have a relaxation of 5% marks in the qualifying examination. They need only 45% marks in the case of Biology and 45% marks in the case of optional subjects put together. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes candidates need only a pass in the qualifying examination.

Every candidate before admission to the course shall submit to the Principal of the Institution a Certificate of Medical Fitness from an authorized Medical Officer with MBBS or higher qualification certifying that the candidate is fit to undergo the course. Rounding off the percentage of marks to the nearest whole number is not permitted.

Candidates who have passed their qualifying Examination from authorities other than the State of Kerala, except CBSE and ICSE, shall produce the certificate of recognition and equivalence of the qualifying examination from Kerala University of Health Sciences/ Directorate of HSE, Kerala.

For grant of equivalency of Secondary School Educational qualification granted by any foreign country for the purpose of admission to B.Sc Nursing courses, the student need to produce an equivalency certificate from the Association of Indian universities (AIU), AIU House, 16, Commander, Inderjit Gupta Marg, New Delhi – 110002 and also the requisite approval from the Indian Nursing Council.

The norms of eligibility prescribed by the Indian Nursing Council / Kerala Nurses & Midwives Council / Kerala University of Health Sciences shall also apply.

Age: Applicants should complete 17 years of age on or before 31st December 2019. No relaxation of age will be allowed

NRI Seats

The Managements are entitled to fill up to 15% of the total seats as NRI category by admitting qualified students who are dependents of NRIs. According to GO (MS) No.243/2014/H&FWD dated 06.08.2014, “An Applicant who depends upon his/her Father / Mother / Brothers and Sisters (inclusive of first cousins) / Husband / Wife / Brothers and Sisters (inclusive of first cousins) of Father or Mother / Half Brother / Half Sister / Adopted Father or Adopted Mother who is working abroad” will only be eligible to apply in the NRI category seats.

As per the Fee Structure prescribed for the NRI category seats in AFRC Order no. AFRC50/18/B.SC(N)/P.Bsc(N) dated 10.05.2018, the Annual Tuition Fees payable by students being admitted under the NRI category seats is Rs.95,000/- per year.

All other fees including special fees as detailed in the prospectus are applicable to students admitted under the NRI category, too

Fee Structure

The Annual Tuition fee for all Colleges63,500/-
Admission Fee
Refundable Caution Deposit10,000
Special Fee17,000

Note: Apart from the schedule of fees given above, the students will be required to pay the proportionate administration/affiliation/ examination fee, etc. payable to the university from time to time.

Hostel & Mess fee will be charged separately.

M.Sc Nursing

Criteria of Eligibility for Admission

Nationality: Candidates must be Citizens of India/ children or dependents of Non Resident Indians.

Candidates should have passed the regular Degree course in Nursing (B.Sc Nursing/Post Basic B. Sc Nursing) with 55% aggregate marks from an institution recognized by the Indian Nursing Council (INC).

Candidates who have passed their qualifying examination from Universities other than from the Government Universities in the State of Kerala should produce Eligibility/Equivalence Certificate for the qualifying examination from Kerala University of Health Sciences.

Every candidate before admission to the course shall submit to the Principal of the Institution a Certificate of Medical Fitness from an authorized Medical Officer certifying that the candidate is fit to undergo the course. Rounding off of the percentage of marks to the nearest whole number is not permitted.

Any further norms of eligibility that may be prescribed by the Indian Nursing Council/ Kerala Nurses & Midwives Council/KUHS shall also apply. Professional Registration: Candidate should be a Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife (RNRM) with the Kerala Nurses & Midwives Council.

Employment Experience

As on the date of joining for the course, the candidates should have minimum one year of experience after Basic B. Sc Nursing OR minimum one year of experience prior or after regular Post Basic B. Sc Nursing, in any hospital having minimum bed strength of 100 or in a School/College of Nursing with Community Health Program.

One year compulsory nursing service/ internship after successful completion of four year B. Sc Nursing can be considered as experience.
Experience acquired after registration with the nursing council only will be counted.

Fee Structure

The Annual Tuition fee for all Colleges1,00,00
Admission Fee1,000
Refundable Caution Deposit10,000
Special Fee50,000

Note: Apart from the schedule of fees given above, the students will be required to pay the proportionate administration/affiliation/ examination fee, etc. payable to the university from time to time.

Hostel & Mess fee will be charged separately.

Academic Calender

AUGUST
9.08.2019 Commencement of 2nd year B.Sc. N
19.08.2019 Commencement of 4th year B.Sc N
SEPTEMBER
09.09.2019 – 14 09.2019 Onam Holidays
18.09.2019 Commencement of 1st year B.Sc N
20.09.2019 University Exam 4th year B. Sc N
OCTOBER
04/10/2019 University Exam (3rd year B.Sc N)
05/10/2019 Commencement of 2nd year M. Sc. (N)
08/10/2019 Commencement of Clinical Posting (2nd Year M.Sc )
14/10/2019 Commencement of 1st year M. Sc. (N)
15/10/2019 Commencement of Clinical Posting 1st year M. Sc. (N)
18/10/2019-30/10/2019 University Exam (2nd year)
29.10.2019 -15.11.2019 University Exam (1st year)
NOVEMBER
11.11. 2019 onwards Commencement of Clinical Posting 4th year & 3rd year
14.11.2019 Diabetic Day
30.11.2019 – 07.12.2019 1st Sessional Exam 1st year B.Sc N
DECEMBER
01/12/2020 AIDS Day (4th Year B.Sc N)
03/12/2019 – 06/12/2019 1st Sessional Exam 3rd year
04.12.201907.12.2019 1st Sessional Exam 4th year
09.12.2019 – 13.12.2019 1st Sessional Exam 2nd year
11.12.2019 Lamp Lighting Ceremony
12.12.2019 SNA &College union election
13.12.2019 Handing over ceremony
16/12/2019 – 12/12/2019 1st Sessional Exam1st year M. Sc. (N)
24.12.2019 – 29.12.2019 Christmas Holidays
JANUARY
02.01.2020 Commencement of Clinical Posting 2nd year B.Sc N(Medical & Surgical)
27.01.2019 Commencement of Clinical Posting (1st Year B.Sc N)
31/01/2020- 01/02/2020 Nutrition Practical (1st Year B.Sc N)
FEBRUARY
04/02/2020 Cancer day(3rd Year B.Sc N)) )
07.02.2019 PTA General Body
24/02/2020 Sports Day- Indoor
29/02/2020 Sports Day- Outdoor
MARCH
02/03/2020 – 04/03/2020 Supply Exam2nd year M. Sc. (N)
02/03/2020 – 07/03/2020 2nd Sessional Exam1st year M. Sc. (N)
09/03/2020 – 13/03/2020 Research Practical 1st year M. Sc. (N)
09.03.2020 – 14.03.2019 2nd Sessional Exam 4th year 3rd 2nd &1st year B.Sc N
09/03/2020 onwards M.Sc Nsg 1st year Supplementary Exam
12/03/2020 World Kidney Day 1st & 2nd year M.Sc N
14/03/2020 Ethical Committee Review
20/03/2020-22/03/2020 Retreat at Carmel Mount
23/03/2020 – 28/03/2020 2nd Sessional Exam ( 2nd YrM.Sc Nsg)
27/03/2020 2nd PTA 3rd year B.Sc N)
28/03/2020 TB Day (2nd year B.Sc N))

2nd PTA 4th year B.Sc N)

APRIL
01/04/2020-30/04/2020 Clinical Posting/ Parumala 3rd year B.Sc N)
03.04.2020 Supple Exam 4th Yr B. Sc N
04.04. 2007 2nd PTA 2nd year
07/04/2020 World health Day(1st yr B.Sc N))

Supple Exam 3rd Yr B. Sc N

08.04.2020 2nd PTA 1st year
08.04.2020 – 12.04.2020 Easter Holidays
13/04/2020 – 25/04/2020 Parumala Posting1st year M. Sc. (N)
21/04.2020 Supple Exam 2nd Yr B. Sc N
24/04/2020 -30/04/2020 World Immunization week (3rd Yr B.Sc N)
27/04/2020 – 09/05/2020 RCC Posting 1st year M. Sc. (N)
MAY
01/05/2020- 12/05/2020 Nurses week celebrations
05/05/2020 onwards Supple Exam 1st Yr B. Sc N
11.05.2020 –18.05.2020 3rd Sessional Exam1st year B.Sc N
11/05/2020 – 27/05/2020 Sree Chithira Posting(M.Sc Nsg 2nd year)
18.05.2020 – 23.05.2020 3rd Sessional Exam 2nd yr B.Sc N
25.05.2020 – 30.05.2020 3rd Sessional Exam 4th year

3rd year

31/05/202 Research final presentation:3rd year

No Tobacco day (2nd Yr B.Sc N)

JUNE
01/06/2020 -03/06/2020 3rd Sessional Exam ( 2nd Yr. M.Sc Nsg)
05/06/2020 World Environmental day (1st Year B.Sc N)

Research Presentation ( 2nd Yr. M.Sc Nsg)

08/06/2020 – 13/06/2020 3rd Sessional Exam 1st Yr. M.Sc Nsg)
12.06.2020 3rd PTA 4th year & 2nd year B.Sc N
20/06/2020 3rd PTA 3rd year & 1st year B.Sc N
26.06.2020 – 30.06.2020 Model Practical Exam 4th yr B.Sc N
JULY
03/07/2020 St. Thomas Day
06.07.2020 – 10.07.2020 Modal Practical Exam 2nd year B.Sc N)
25.07.2020 – 01.08.2020 Model Exam Theory 4th year B.Sc N
27/07/2020 – 31/07/2020 Modal Practical Exam 3rd year & 1st year B.Sc N
AUGUST
01/08/2020 Commencement of 4th yr . 3rd yr & 2nd yr B.Sc N
03.08.2020 -17.08.2020 Study Leave 4th year (B.Sc N)
08/08/2020 ( Onam Holidays) Staff Tour
17/08/2020 – 19/08/2020 Model Exam ( 2nd Yr. M.Sc Nsg)
17/08/2020 – 26/08/2020 Model Exam ( 1st Yr. M.Sc Nsg
28/08/2020-29/09/2020 Model Exam Practical ( 1st Yr. M.Sc Nsg
18.08. 2020 onwards University Exam 4th year B.Sc N)
24/08/2020 – 05/09/2020 Model Practical Exam ( 2nd Yr. M.Sc Nsg)
27/08/2020 –02/09/2020 Onam Holidays

Rules and regulations

All students admitted in the college must observe the rules and regulations that may be framed from time to time by college authorities.

  • Students must be regular and punctual at lectures, demonstrations, seminars, practicals, field work and other academic exercises. They are required to attend all allotted working periods in each of the prescribed subjects.
  • The students should present themselves in their respective classrooms/ laboratories 5 minutes before the commencement of the lecture/ demonstration. Every student shall attend all theory and practical classes. They are not supposed to leave the college premises without permission of the Principal.
  • In case of illness, students shall obtain permission from the Principal for granting leave.
  • In case of non-attendance of classes, an application must be submitted to the Principal for leave of absence giving the reasons.
  • Membership in the recognized Student Nurses’ Association is compulsory.
  • Students must be neat and tidy in their dress, avoiding expensive clothes and exaggerated fashions.
  • Students must wear the prescribed uniform for duty and class hours.
  • Students must maintain a sense of decorum and discipline inside the College and in its associated institutions, and in public places. Students should refrain from disfiguring walls and furniture, and from other objectionable practices.
  • Ragging is strictly prohibited. In connection with this, the Anti Ragging Committee is functioning effectively in College campus.
  • The Catholic students have to attend Christian Doctrine classes and the retreats organized annually. They are urged and encouraged to attend the Eucharistic Celebration as often as possible and to make use of facilities made available to help in their all-round formation as committed Christian nurses.
  • Students must respect and be obedient to all members of the staff as well as managing authorities of the college.
  • Students should carry their identity cards at all times and produce the same when required.
  • Each student is responsible for the proper handling and safe custody of any apparatus or equipments that she may be using. In case of any damage or loss to the college property through misuse or negligence, the students shall have to pay the cost of repair or replacement.
  • All dues should be cleared before the examination.
  • Use of Cell phones, I-pods etc is not allowed inside the College Campus.
  • Rule of Language – English is strictly adhered in the College Campus.

Student Counseling

Student should feel free to contact the class teacher who is also the class advisor/counselor for any problem. The interview and discussion will be strictly confidential. Any problem of concern, personal, family or social may be shared. Counseling Teachers and students ratio of 1:10 is maintained throughout all 4 years.