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Syllabus

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1 Paramedical Syllabus (Revised) English 53.07 KB PDF Download
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Academic Calender

Calendar of Events Academic  &  Nursing

Calendar of Events (Academic)

1 Calling applications for admission to Nursing/Para Medical courses in Government colleges and Government quota in private colleges. Not later than 10th July.
2 Dates of counselling/admission nursing/para medical courses in Karnataka Examination Authority. Between 10th to 31st July.
3 Last date for admission to nursing/para medical courses. 31st of August.
4 Date for starting of classes. 1st of September.
5 Last date for submitting the list of admitted candidates along with Registration forms, photo, Registration fees with following original documents SSLC/PUC marks card, TC, Study certificate, Caste certificate, Migration certificate from competent authority. 15th of October.
6 Issue of Examination Notification  
a)      Annual Before 30 of August
  b)      Supplementary Before 31st of January
I Last date of submission of application for examination  
  a)      Annual- Without Fine 1st of August
                 With Fine 25th of August
   (Fine Rs.15/ per day candidate)  
  b)       Supplementary-  
Without Fine 20th of January
   With Fine 25th of January
   (Fine Rs.15/ per day candidate)  
II Announcement of Result  
  Annual Before 31st of November
  Supplementary Before 31st of March
III Issue of Marks card  
  Annual Before 31st of January
  Supplementary Before 31st of June
IV Issue of Diploma Certificates  
  Annual End of February
  Supplementary Before 31st of July

Calendar of Events (Academic) Nursing

Sl No. Events Year Month
1 Rural community posting I January
2 Supplementary Exam   February
3 Affiliation different hospital II 15th of March to May 15th.
4 Vacation III May 15th to June 1st.
5 Affiliation Intern June 15th
6 Preparatory Examination I, II, III July
7 Rural community posting Intern July
8 Annual Examination I, II, III August
9 Admission I September
10 Vacation II September
11 Vacation III October
11 Rural community posting III December

 

Admission Process

Academic Eligibility criteria for General Nursing and Midwifery course

Annual intake 45 students
= 2 Male students
= 2 Inservice candidates Axillary Midwifery Nurse
= 36 Karnataka students
= 5 seats reserved for Andaman & Nicobar Islands students

Duration of training – 3 years.
2. The candidates must be 10+2 passed preferably science (PCB) and English. with aggregate of 40% (for SC & ST 35%). Arts and Commerce Students are also eligible for the course.
3. 10+2 Vocation ANM under CBSE Board or other equivalent board from the school and recognized by Indian Nursing Council.
4. The candidates should have completed 17 years of age during the last date of submitting the application.
5. The candidate should be within the age of 35 years and should produce the Physical Fitness Certificate.
6. If the candidate is married, she should have the consent letter from her husband and during the three years course, she should not be pregnant.
7. During the time of admission, she should not be pregnant.
8. If handicapped the person should have lower extremity 40% – 50% (i.e., leg) handicapped and the certificate from the concerned authority should be brought (from the Medical Board).

Schemes Of Examination

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1 Nursing Midwirefery Scheme of Examination First Year Download
2 Nursing Midwirefery Scheme of Examination First Year Download
3 Nursing Midwirefery Scheme of Examination First Year Download

Examination rules/guidelines
1. Shall have one regular examination followed by supplementary examination in a year.
2. If a candidate fails they can be promoted to next year.
3. A candidate can take any number of attempts with a condition that maximum period allowed is 6 years. However, all previous papers need to be cleared before appearing in the final examination.
4. No institution shall submit student average internal marks more than 75% i.e., if 40 students are admitted in a course than the average score of the 40 students shall not exceed 75%. Example of 5 students: A=25, B=20, C=22, D=21, E=24. Average score=89%. This will not be accepted by the State Nursing Registration Council.
5. Minimum pass marks should be 50% in each of the Theory and practical paper separately.
6. Minimum pass marks shall be 40% for English only.
7. Theory and practical exams for introduction to computer to be conducted as school exam and marks to be send to the SNRC/Board for inclusion in the mark sheet.
8. A candidate has to pass in theory and practical exam separately in each of the paper.
9. If a candidate has to pass in theory and practical paper he/she has to re-appear for both the papers (Theory and practical).
10. Maximum number of candidates for practical examination should not exceed 20 per days.
11. All practical examination must be held in the respective clinical areas.
12. One internal and one external examiners should jointly conduct practical examination for each student.

Eligibility for admission to examination
A candidate shall be eligible for the admission to the State council/Board examination if the principle of the school certificate that:
a. She/he has completed not less than eleven months of the course.
b. A candidate must have minimum of 80% attendance 9irrespective of the kind of absence) in theory and practical in each subject for appearing for examinations.
The diploma shall not be awarded to the student till she/he has completed the clinical/field requirements.
c. A candidate must secure 50% marks in internal assessment separately in each theory and practical.
d. The record of practical experience is complete.
(The principal shall send to the council/board the internal assessment for each subject, i.e. both theory and practical (S) before the start of the examination along with the examination form).

Grading of examination
Examination shall be graded on aggerate marks of the entire three years of the training programme, as follows:
Distinction – 80% and above
First division – 70% to 79%
Second division – 60% to 69%
Pass – 50% to 59%

Theory examination
1. Nursing teacher with minimum five years of teaching experience (recent) in a particular subject may be appointed as paper setters and examiners for that particular subject only.
2. Question paper should have a combination of essay, short answer and objective type question as detailed in the content.
3. All units of a subject and sub-subject should be given due weightage in accordance with the instructional hours prescribed.

Practical examination
1. Practical examination is to be conducted in the respective clinical area.
2. Nursing teacher with minimum of five years of teaching/clinical teaching experience in a particular subject/clinical area may be appointed as practical examiner.

Philosophy of nursing profession
Nursing is a profession within the Health Care Sector focused on the care of individuals, families and communities so they may attain maintain or recover optimal health and quality of life.
Nurses care for individuals of all ages and all cultural backgrounds who are healthy and ill in a holistic manner based on the individual physical, emotional, psychological, intellectual, social and spiritual needs.
The profession combines physical sciences, social science and technology in caring for those individuals.
To provide qualitative nursing care there is a need to train nurses effectively to work as a team member of health care delivery system.
It is therefore their training should involve positive attitudes, knowledge, skills, professional expertise, latest trends in health care and health care needs of the community and the country as a whole.

CNE and Workshops conducted
1. Nursing Modalities
2. Trends and Issues in Nursing Education and Profession

Name of the nursing school
Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital, School of Nursing, Bangalore
Bowring and Lady Curzon Hospital, Para MedicalSchool, Bangalore

Rules Of Examination

Examination Rules/Guidelines :

1. Shall have one regular examination followed by supplementary examination in a year.
2. If a candidate fails they can be promoted to next year.
3. A candidate can take any number of attempts with a condition that maximum period allowed is 6 years. However, all previous papers need to be cleared before appearing in the final examination.
4. No institution shall submit student average internal marks more than 75% i.e., if 40 students are admitted in a course than the average score of the 40 students shall not exceed 75%. Example of 5 students: A=25, B=20, C=22, D=21, E=24. Average score=89%. This will not be accepted by the State Nursing Registration Council.
5. Minimum pass marks should be 50% in each of the Theory and practical paper separately.
6. Minimum pass marks shall be 40% for English only.
7. Theory and practical exams for introduction to computer to be conducted as school exam and marks to be send to the SNRC/Board for inclusion in the mark sheet.
8. A candidate has to pass in theory and practical exam separately in each of the paper.
9. If a candidate has to pass in theory and practical paper he/she has to re-appear for both the papers (Theory and practical).
10. Maximum number of candidates for practical examination should not exceed 20 per days.
11. All practical examination must be held in the respective clinical areas.
12. One internal and one external examiners should jointly conduct practical examination for each student.

Last Updated: 20-11-2021 03:23 PM Updated By: Admin


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