Master of Science (M.Sc.) Community Health Nursing
in Royal College of Nursing, Bangalore
Course detail and Structure
Master of Science (M.Sc) Community Health Nursing is a 2-year postgraduate programme in the Royal College of Nursing. The students are offered a practical-oriented programme which is recognised by the nursing and midwifery council. The students are exposed to both nursing and public health field. They develop an understanding of public policies, theories, principles, and how to apply the same in real-life cases.
Master of Science (M.Sc) Community Health Nursing
The Candidate must have passed B.sc. Nursing or post basic B. Sc. Nursing or Post Certificate B. Sc. Nursing in College recognised by INC and Government of India affiliated to any university established by Law in India and must have obtained a minimum of not less than 55% aggregate marks. Minimum of one year of experience after obtaining B.Sc. nursing .Registered in any state nursing council as a registered nurse and registered midwife.
Placement and Career
There are many multispeciality hospitals looking for the Nursing candidates. Some of the top recruiters are Indian Red Cross Society, Indian Nursing Council, Fortis Hospital, Max Healthcare, Columbia Asia, Apollo, Dr. Lal Path Labs. These candidates can apply for the positions of Nursing Instructor, Staff Nurse, Nursing Supervisor, Nurse assistant, ICU Nurse, Clinical Nurse Manager, etc.
Job wise Analysis
A nurse educator focuses on teaching aspiring nurses about patient care. They develop a curriculum and teach using the lab/clinical work. They mentor the aspiring nurses.