Course - Seba Institute Of Nursing
Affiliated by West Bengal Nursing Council (WBNC) | Affiliated by Indian Nursing Council (INC)

Seba Institute Of Nursing

Ballavpur, PO : Sattor, PS : Panrui ,Dist :Birbhum - 731303

Affliated to INC & WBNC

For Admission: +91 8250433066, +91 9609790422

Admission open for2022-2023

BSc. Nursing



BSc in Nursing is one of the most popular nursing courses in India that trains aspirants to practice nursing in different environments.BSc in Nursing is a 4-year undergraduate course that focuses on providing detailed nursing knowledge to medical aspirants. Students who have completed class 12 with Biology as a subject or have completed Diploma in Nursing meet the BSc Nursing Eligibility criteria. Admission to BSc Nursing is provided through NEET. Bsc Nursing is provided through the MNS Nursing exam to offer admission in the Indian Army.

BSc Nursing: Eligibility

BSc Nursing : Course Details

BSc. Nursing Future

In the current scenario of Indian healthcare system, there is a need of skilled and professional nurses and midwives who are dedicated towards their job. They work under the aegis of qualified doctors and perform medical assistance as specialists, educators, administrators, and others such.

Qualified nurses find decent jobs in both government and private sectors, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, the Armed Forces, in various healthcare initiatives and schemes run by the Government, targeting specific communities and rural areas.

BSc Nursing Syllabus

Semester I :Nursing Foundation, Nutrition & Dietetics, Biochemistry & Biophysics, Psychology .

Semester II:Maternal Nursing, Microbiology, Child Health Nursing, English (Qualifying) .

Semester III : Medical & Surgical Nursing , Sociology, Community Health Nursing, Mental Health Nursing .

Semester IV : Introduction to Nursing Education, Introduction to Nursing Administration, Introduction to Nursing Research, Statistics.

Frequently asked Questions

Post Basic BSc Nursing, also referred to as P.B.B.Sc. Nursing is a 2 year professional nursing course aimed for registered nurses who want to become competent in the standard nursing procedures followed in hospitals and medical facilities.
Yes, you are eligible to pursue MBBS after BSc Nursing, if you meet the minimum eligibility and qualify the NEET exam.
One can explore the job roles like Registered Nurse, Nursing Instructor, Staff Nurse, Rehabilitation Specialist, Critical Care Nurse, Nurse Manager, etc