M.Sc nursing

MSc Nursing is a two-year postgraduate course that focuses on enhancing the skills and knowledge of students in the field of nursing, clinical specialties, and clinical practice. The comprehensive syllabus of MSc Nursing is designed to equip students with advanced knowledge in medical care and treatment. The course covers a wide range of subjects including nursing research and statistics, nursing management, pediatric nursing, critical care nursing, and medical-surgical nursing, among others.

The admission process for MSc Nursing can be pursued through two modes: Government and Management. In the Government mode of admission, candidates are selected through a standardized entrance examination conducted by the respective government authorities. The examination evaluates the candidates’ knowledge and aptitude in nursing-related subjects. Based on the merit list prepared after the examination, candidates are allocated seats in various government or government-aided institutions offering the MSc Nursing program.

On the other hand, the Management mode of admission is conducted by private institutions or universities. These institutions have their own selection criteria, which may include a combination of entrance tests, interviews, and academic qualifications. Candidates interested in pursuing MSc Nursing through the Management mode need to fulfill the eligibility criteria set by the respective institutions and qualify in their selection process. Successful candidates are then granted admission to the program.

Both the Government and Management modes of admission provide opportunities for aspiring nursing professionals to pursue higher education and enhance their expertise in the field. MSc Nursing offers a comprehensive curriculum that encompasses theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and research-oriented learning. Graduates of this program are equipped to provide specialized care, contribute to nursing research, assume leadership roles, and excel in various clinical settings.

The course will commence from 1stAugust of the academic year. There shall be no upper age limit for admission to the first year of Post Basic B.Sc.Degree Course in Nursing.

  • Other State candidates must obtain Migration Certificate from the concerned Department.
  • Candidates before seeking admission to any one of the affiliated Nursing Colleges shall obtain an Eligibility certificate from the University by remitting the Prescribed fees along with the Application Form.

  • Passed the Higher Secondary or Senior Secondary or Intermediate or 10 +2 or an equivalent Examination recognized by the University for this purpose. Those who have done 10 +1 in or before 1986, will be eligible for admission
  • Obtained a certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery and registered as R.N. & R.M with the State Nurses Registration Council
  • Every candidate before admission to the course shall submit to the Principal of the Institution a certificate of Medical Fitness certificate from an authorized Medical Officer that the candidate is physically fit to undergo the academic course.