Guru Nanak College of Nursing, has 3 courses currently available for the students to enroll upon.
The details of the courses are given below;
Nursing & Midwifery Programme
The course of the studies leading to the award of Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery shall last for a minimum period of 3years and is subject to rules and regulation of the Punjab Nurses Registration Council, Chandigarh and Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi. The syllabus is according to Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi.
The course of the studies leading to the award of Degree in B. Sc. (N) shall last for a minimum period of 4 years and is subject to rules and regulation of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, Punjab Nurses Registration Council, Chandigarh and Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi. The syllabus is according to Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi.
Post Basic BSc Nursing
The course of the studies leading to the award of Degree in Post Basic B. Sc. (N) shall last for a minimum period of 2 years and is subject to rules and regulation of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, Punjab Nurses Registration Council, Chandigarh and Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi. The syllabus is according to Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi.
NUMBER OF SEATS AVAILABLE: The Institute has currently the following number of seats in each course:
G.N.M Seats Details are as follows:
B.Sc Nursing - 50 Seats* General Category - 25
Post BasicB.Sc Nursing - 25 Seats* Rural Category - 15 (2 seats for Dhahan &
2 seats for Kaleran)
Caste - 3
Backward Caste - 2
N.R.I. - 5
B.Sc Nursing &Post Basic B.Sc (N) Seats
Admision as per Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot norms
ADMISSION IN GENERAL NURSING & MIDWIFERY COURSE IN GURU NANAK MISION INSTITUTE OF NURSING
Admission in the Guru Nanak Mission Institute of Nursing requires students to
undergo certain procedures laid out by the Government before enrolling in for
the available academic courses.
Eligibility for admission depends on following:
i. Age: The candidate shall be 17 years or more and 35 years or less.
ii. Minimum Qualification: Minimum qualification shall be 12 years of schooling (10+2) or its equivalent with minimum 40% marks.
iii. Preference: Preference shall be given to those who have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with science i.e. Physics, Chemistry & Biology.
iv. Residence Status: Preference will be given to the candidates who are residents of Punjab as per Department of Personnel leters no: 1/3/95-3PPI/9619, dated 6 June 1996 and no 1/2/95-3PPI/81 dated 1 January 1999.
v. Medical: The candidate should be medically fit.
vi. Gender: Only unmarried females can apply.
For admission procedure, the application must be accompanied by the following documents attested by a gazetted officer:
i. A copy of certificate of having passed 10+2 examination.
ii. 3 recent passport sized photographs & Adhar Card.
iii. A certificate of having passed the matriculation examination (showing date of birth).
iv. A certificate of good character from the Headmaster/Principal of the educational institute last attended.
v. Authority form and photos of relative must be signed/attested by parents.
vi. The application should either be delivered personally at the counter in the office of the college of Nursing or sent by the Registered Post.
The following conditions would apply to admission in G.N.M course:
a.The admission will be purely on the merit of 10+2 marks.
b. Preference shall be given to those who have passed 10+2 or its equivalent with science subjects i.e. Physics, Chemistry & Biology.
c.If at any stage, it is found that the candidate has supplied any false information in the admission form, then her candidature for the course shall be cancelled.
d. The selection list as well as waiting list will be placed on the notice board at Guru Nanak College of Nursing, Dhahan Kaleran, DisttNawanshahr, next day of the Interview.
e.The seat(s) of the candidate(s) who fail to deposit the dues in the specified time will be allotted to the next eligible candidate(s) in the waiting list.
The selected candidates shall be examined by a medical board of the hospital. Medically unfit candidates will not be allowed to join the course. Selected candidates must get themselves vaccinated against Hepatitis -B before joining the course at their own cost.
Preliminary training period
a.On admission to the course, each candidate has to undergo preliminary Nursing Training for the first three months. Weekly and monthly tests are given and their progress records are maintained. After three months training, candidates have to appear in P.T.S. examination in which each candidate must secure at least 50% marks to pass the examination. Training of candidates failing to pass this examination will be terminated.
b. On completion of GNM course, the student must apply for life membership of Trained Nurse Association of India.
I. Student has to complete not less than 11 months of the course.
II. She / He has to attend 80% of formal instructions given on each subject and 80% of the field clinical experience in each area/subject separately during academic year. However, the total clinical/field experience prescribed must be completed before the final council examination and before the issue of Diploma and Registration certificates.
III. The overall performance of the student and her conduct during entire academic year should be satisfactory.
IV. The student should have passed internal assessment examination in each subject i.e. both in theory and practical by securing 50% marks separately in each paper.
V. If a student fails in one theory paper/practical, she/he shall be promoted to the next year of the study. She would sit for supplementary examination in the failed subject/practical. If she fails to clear supplementary examination, she shall be allowed to sit again along with her next year annual examinations. She shall not be promoted to the third year of study unless she has cleared all the papers of first year of study.
VI. If a student fails in two or more papers or practical, she shall not be promoted to the next year. She shall sit for supplementary examination in the failed subjects/practical only. If she does not clear the supplementary she can appear in the next main examination. She shall be promoted to the next year study only after clearing the papers either in supplementary or in the main examination. She shall be eligible for the examination of the next year of study after one academic year from the passing the last examination (main/supplementary).
VII. If a student fails in one theory paper/practical examination of third year, she will be allowed to sit for supplementary examination held subsequently in the failed subject/practical.
ADMISSION IN B.Sc. (N), Post Basic B.Sc. (N) COURSES IN GURU NANAK COLLEGE OF NURSING
Admission in B.Sc. (N) & Post Basic B.Sc. (N) courses is according to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot & Punjab Govt. Norms.