|BSc Nursing||4 years||Age between 17 and 27 as on 31st December 2020. 45% in XII (Science) and passed in individual PCB and English.5% relaxation for reserved category candidates.|
|G.N.M.||3 years||Age between 17 and 27 as on 31st December 2020. 40% in XII (any stream) and pass marks in English. 5% relaxation for reserved category candidates.|
There has been a sharp rise in demand for qualified nurses all over India. With the increasing numbers of corporate hospitals and other avenues like medical tourism, home nursing, industrial nursing etc, a huge employment opportunity will be generated.
It has been projected that there is a huge opportunity in the healthcare sector as the World Bank predicts a shortage of 80.2 million workers by 2030 globally and India will need 2 million doctors and 6 million nurses by that time. Healthcare sector is also by far the largest employer of the women workforce in the world.