Master of Nursing Program

Master of Nursing (MN) Program in 4 specialty areas:

1. Women Health & Development

2. Adult Nursing

3. Child Health Nursing

4. Psychiatric Nursing.

Objective: To produce nurses who are capable of working at higher managerial level positions at the government offices, hospitals, academic institutions, research areas and nongovernmental organizations.

Course offered for Master of Nursing Program

S.No.First YearSecond Year
1Nursing Theories & Models.Advanced Nursing II–( Theory) – Specialty
1. Women Health & Development
2. Adult Nursing
3. Child health Nursing
4. Psychiatric Nursing
2Epidemiology & Statistics. Advanced Nursing II– (Practical) – Specialty
1. Women Health & Development
2. Adult Nursing
3. Child health Nursing
4. Psychiatric Nursing
3Nursing Research.Thesis Writing & Viva Voce – Core
4Trends & Issues in Nursing
5Advanced Nursing I (Theory) – Specialty
1. Women Health & Development
2. Adult Nursing
3. Child health Nursing
4. Psychiatric Nursing
6Advances Nursing I (Practical) –Specialty

1. Women Health & Development
2. Adult Nursing
3. Child Health Nursing
4. Psychiatric Nursing
7Educational Science
8Health Services Management

Admission Requirement

1. Post-basic BN /BNS/ Generic B. Sc Nursing

2. At least 1 year of working experience following Bachelor of Nursing program.

3. Must qualify the entrance examination conducted by Institute of Medicine.