Aim

The aim of the postgraduate program in nursing is to prepare graduates to assume responsibilities as nurse specialists, consultants, educators, administrators in a wide variety of professional settings.

Total Number of Seats

15

  • Session starts every year from 1st January except holiday and ends in December.
  • Private candidates will get a stipend of Rs. 4000/- per month.
  • Hostel accommodation and other facilities will be available free of cost.
  • It is recognized by West Bengal Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council.

Objectives of the Course

The diploma course in Cardiac Nursing has been planned in order to prepare registered nurse to:

  • Function effectively in various Intensive and Coronary Care units.
  • Develop the skill to handle the new invasive and non -invasive therapeutic and diagnostic equipment.
  • Garner in-depth knowledge to interpret the data given by the continuous invasive monitors.

Eligibilty Criteria

  • Registered Nurse and midwife or its equivalent with 1 year experience preferably.
  • Nurses’ From other countries must submit their records of their basic training, qualification and experience to the INC and obtain an equivalent certificate for admission to this course.

Course Instruction

Subject Theory (Hours) Practical (Hours)
Clinical Nursing- I 155 1280 (Integrated)
Clinical Nursing -II 155
Supervision & Management, Clinical Teaching , Elementay research & Statistics 90
Total 400 1280

Extra-curricular activities

  • Freshers welcome
  • Lamp-lighting
  • Sports
  • Picnic
  • Saraswati puja
  • Celebration of teachers day
  • Agomoni
  • Quiz
  • Fest
  • Nurses’ Day celebration
  • Independence day and Republic day celebration
  • Workshop
  • Community out reach programme
  • Farewell