M.Sc Nursing

Level
Graduate

Duration
4 Years

Seats
30

About the Programme

M. Sc. in Nursing is a two-year graduate programme meticulously structured to impart in-depth advance knowledge of nursing methodologies and principles. The programme encompasses subjects like Advance Nursing Practice Clinical Specialty and Nursing Management that trains the students to administer the activities of hospitals clinics and assist the staff in carrying out their duties effectively.

M. Sc. in Nursing programme prepares students to work collaboratively evaluate data interpret results think vitally draw logical conclusions and make composite decisions. The curriculum of the programme gives students the opportunities to devise plausible solutions to real-life situations and nursing challenges in an active learning environment.

Under this programme the candidates also learn about the ethical and legal aspects of nursing in the healthcare sector. In addition, the emphasis is placed on imparting insights on the commonalities in a variety of diseases. Aspirants also gain a deep understanding of the relationship between diseases and symptoms that help them in identifying the problem.

Syllabus

S.No.SEMESTERCOURSE NO.COURSESTheory (hrs.)Lab (hrs.)Clinical (hrs.)Total (hrs.)
1First1General Science * (Refresher Course)80  80
S.No. SEMESTER COURSE NO. COURSES Theory (hrs.) Lab (hrs.) Clinical (hrs.) Total (hrs.)
1 First 1 Applied Microbiology and Infection Control including 40 40 80
2 Pharmacology I 20 20
3 Pathology I 20 20
4 Medical Surgical Nursing I/ Adult Health Nursing I with integrated pathophysiology including BCLS module 120 40 480 640
5 Professionalism, Professional Values and Ethics including Bioethics 20 20
6 Self study/Co curricular 20 20
TOTAL 220 80 480 800
2 Second 1 Pharmacology II 40 40
2 Pathology II and Genetics 20 20
3 Adult Health Nursing II including Geriatric Nursing with Health Assessment Module 120 40 480 640
4 Educational Technology/ Nursing education 40 40 80
5 Self study/Cocurricular 20 20
TOTAL 220 40 480 800
S.No. SEMESTER COURSE NO. COURSES Theory (hrs.) Lab (hrs.) Clinical (hrs.) Total (hrs.)
1 First 1 Child Health Nursing I including FBNC, Essential Newborn Care(ENBC), IMNCI and PLS/PALS, modules 80 40 160 280
2 Mental Health Nursing I 80 80 160
3 Nursing Management and Leadership 60 80 160
4 Nursing Research and Statistics 40 80(project) 120
5 Health/ Nursing Informatics and technology 30 20 50
6 Introduction to Forensic Nursing and Indian laws 20 20
7 Self study/Cocurricular 20 20
TOTAL 310 60 400 790
2 Second 1 Child Health Nursing II 20 80 100
2 Mental Health Nursing II 20 160 180
3 Community Health Nursing I including Epidemiology and standard treatment protocols 100 160 260
4 Midwifery /Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBG) Nursing I including SBA module 40 40 160 240
5 Self study/Cocurricular 20 20
TOTAL 180 40 560 800
S.No. SEMESTER COURSE NO. COURSES Theory (hrs.) Lab (hrs.) Clinical (hrs.) Total (hrs.)
1 First 1 Community Health Nursing II 40 80 120
2 Midwifery/ Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBG) Nursing II 80 40 560 680
3 Self study/Cocurricular 20 20
TOTAL 120 40 640 820
2 Second 1 Community Health Nursing- 4 weeks
2 Adult Health Nursing- 6 weeks
3 Child Health Nursing- 4 weeks
4 Mental Health Nursing- 4 weeks
5 Midwifery- 4 weeks
TOTAL 22× 88 hrs/week 1056

Guidelines for submission of Dissertation

Candidates are required to work on a dissertation in the field of their specialty. The schedule of proposal presentation and subsequent presentations will be decided by research committee of the college.

Submission of Dissertation in the University

Evaluation of Dissertation

Resubmission of Dissertation

Modalities for award of class

Admission Criteria

Admission in a MSc. Nursing Programme will be granted as per the guidelines of the Indian Nursing Council, Delhi.

Education

Experience

Registration

Candidate should have a registration as a Registered Nurse or Registered Midwife, (In lieu of RM for male candidate) from any State Nursing Council and his/her registration should be duly renewed.

Documents Required

Eligibility from the University

Branches available for specialization

ONC offers specialization in 5 branches. Each branch has 5 seats available.

Note:

Instruction for Examination 

Provision for Supplementary Examinations

Eligibility for Awarding Master’s Degree

The candidate will be awarded the master’s degree in nursing when he/she successfully completes the M.Sc. nursing first year and second year examination, including clearance of the dissertation.

Attendance

Vacation

Career Path

Admission Open 2021-22