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Under Graduate


(Post Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing )

IIMT College of Medical Sciences offers Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing; 2 years undergraduate nursing program that can be pursued after completing GNM. The college follows the syllabus prescribed by INC (Indian nursing Council); the governing body for nursing education in India. Nurses are healthcare professionals who are trained in taking care of patients, treating them, and assisting doctors in treatment and surgery. During these two years, students upgrade & enhance their basic level understanding to advanced level. A qualified RN (Registered Nurse) is capable of administering preventive, primitive, curative and rehabilitative services to patients and communities at large.

Our competent faculties, robust infrastructure and well defined course curriculum enables us to make learning easy and effective. The college has well equipped lab and fully functional hospital to provide practical experience. Students have ample opportunities to observe, learn and develop into skilled nurses thus paving path towards success. GNM graduates are absorbed by reputed hospitals & healthcare centres.

Career Perspective

Candidates, who have completed graduation in Nursing, can enrol for PG courses such M.Sc. Nursing and MBA in Public Health/ Hospital Management. There are many specialization courses also available at the PG Level. Qualified Indian nurses are in huge demand in developed countries like USA, UK, New Zealand, Australia and other European Nations and are hired at lucrative pay packages. In India, there are ample job opportunities available in this profession. Trained and skilled nurses are hired by healthcare centres, clinics, and reputed hospitals to assist specialized doctors.

Unique Features

  • Value Added Programs such MOOCS & NPTEL

  • A well structured training cell for grooming the personality and developing soft skills of the students.

  • Well Equipped Labs with a facility of Clinical Exposure

  • Conduct need based research studies in the hospital / community and utilize the research findings to improve the quality of nursing care.