B.Sc IN NURSING COURSE (POST BASIC)

Starts from:Thu, June 30, 2016
Campus Location

Hatikumrol Golchattor, Sirajgonj road, Sirajgonj,Sirajgonj,Bangladesh

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Course Feature
Class Description

B.SC. IN NURSING COURSE (Post Basic)

  • Duration: 2 years
  • Degree Awarded: B.Sc. in Nursing (post basic)
  • Medium: English
  • Admission Requirement – The applicant should have Diploma in Nursing from the Bangladesh Nursing council, Bangladesh.
  • Admission procedure: Admission procedures shall be formulated and connected by the performed authority as laid down in the curriculum.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course & Curriculum:

  • B. Sc. in Nursing (Post Basic) course will be of 02 (two) years duration.
  • Degree awarded B.Sc. in Nursing (Post Basic) course will be of 02 (two) years duration.
  • Academic year will start from June in each year.
  • There will be year final examination at the end of each year under the University of Dhaka and a midterm examination will be conducted internally within 15th of January in each academic year by the individual college.
  • Examination of June should be taken as regular.

Total marks in each year during B.Sc. in Nursing (post basic) course

  1. First year final                    1300 marks
  2. Second year final                1300 marks

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Grand total =                     2600 marks

Marks and pattern of questions:

Formative assessment: 10 Marks is allocated for formative assessment of each paper, when total marks of written exam are of either 70 or 100 or 150.

10 marks of formative assessment will be divided as follows:

Class attendance             =             2%

Class examination            =             4%

Incourse assignment      =             4%

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Total                    =             10%

Multiple choice question (MCQ):

  1. i) 10 Marks is allocated for 10 MCQ, when total marks of written exam are 70 or 80; and 20 Marks is allocated for 20 MCQ, when total marks of written exam are  100 or 150.
  2. ii) There will be separate answer script for MCQ examination.

iii) Time allocation: one minute for each question.

Short answer question (SAQ): Rest of the marks of the written examination is allocated for SAQ for each paper.

  • Marks distribution for oral and practical examinations will be equal.
  • Final examination for each course are conducted by the University at the end of each academic year. The oral and practical examination are taken after the final written examination.
  • Pass mark: 60% marks in each subject individually in written, oral and practical/clinical examinations.
  • An honors mark is awarded when students achieve 85% or more marks in a single subject.
  • Re-examinee students are entitled to receive a grade of such course(s) no greater than 75% mark.

1st Year: Distribution of Subjects

Code no Name of the subjects No of Hours Marks Total Marks
Class Hours Lab Hours Practice Hours Theory Oral

& Practical

B 111 Anatomy 96 64 100 50 150
B112 Computer & Information Technology 48 48 70 30 100
B113 Pharmacology 72 70 30 100
B114 Microbiology 72 32 100 50 150
B125 Nutrition & Dietetics 72 32 96 100 50 150
B126 Epidemiology & statistics 80 100 100
B127 Reproductive health & fertility 48 48 70 30 100
B128 Maternal & child health
B138 Paediatric Nursing 96 192 100 100 200
B119 Pathophysiology 72 100 100
Total Hours & Marks 1300

2nd Year: Distribution of Subjects

Code no Name of the subjects No of Hours Marks Total Marks
Class Hours Lab Hours Practice Hours Theory Oral

& Practical

B211 Psychiatry & Mental Health 80 192 100 100 200
B232 Gerontological Nursing
B233 Gynecological Nursing 48 24 70 30 100
B224 Nursing administration & management 72 96 70 30 100
B225 Newborn Nursing 32 48 70 30 100
B236 Nursing Research 72 70 30 100
B237 Evidence Based Nursing 16 48 100 100
B238 Nursing Education 72 100 100 200
B239 Health Assessment 96 48 100 100 200
Study Project
Total Hours & Marks 1300