Course

B.Sc. in Nursing Course

Academic Affiliation      :               The University of Dhaka

Recognition                     :               Ministry of Health and Family Welfare & Bangladesh Nursing Council.

Duration                           :               4 Years

Medium                            :               English    

Course offered              :               B. Sc. in   Nursing

Degree Awarded          :               B.Sc. in Nursing

 

Course & Curriculum:

  • B.Sc. in Nursing course will be of 04 (four) years duration.
  • Degree awarded B.Sc. in Nursing course will be of 04 (four) years duration.
  • Academic year will start from January in each year.
  • There will be year final examination at the end of each year under the University of Dhaka and a midterm examination will be conducted internally within 15th of June in each academic year by the individual institute.
  • Examination of January should be taken as regular.
  • Total hours allocated for the whole course is 6672 in four years course

Total marks in each year during B.Sc. in Nursing course

First year final                    1300 marks

Second year final               1300 marks

Third year final                   1300 marks

Fourth year final                1300 marks

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Grand total =                     5200 marks

 

  • Marks and pattern of questions:

                a. Formative assessment:

i) 10 Marks is allocated for formative assessment of each paper, when total marks of    

   written exam are of either 70 or 100 or 150.

ii) 10 marks of formative assessment will be divided as follows:

Class attendance              =             2%

Class examination            =             4%

Incourse assignment        =             4%

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Total                             =             10%       

 

b. Multiple choice question (MCQ):

i) 10 Marks is allocated for 10 MCQ, when total marks of written exam are 70 or 80; and   

   20 Marks is allocated for 20 MCQ, when total marks of written exam are  100 or 150.

              ii) There will be separate answer script for MCQ examination.

                            iii) Time allocation: one minute for each question.

c. Short answer question (SAQ): Rest of the marks of the written examination is allocated for   

    SAQ for each paper.

  • Marks distribution for oral and practical examinations will be equal.
  • Final examination for each course are conducted by the University at the end of

              each academic year. The oral and practical examination are taken after the final

              written examination.

  • Pass mark: 60% marks in each subject individually in written, oral and 

              practical/clinical examinations.

  • An honors mark is awarded when students achieve 85% or more marks in a single

              subject.

  • Re-examinee students are entitled to receive a grade of such course(s) no greater

              than 75% mark.

  • Students’ University registration will remain valid up to 06 years.  

 

1st Year: Distribution of Subjects

 

Code no

Name of the subjects

No of Hours

Marks

Total Marks

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Theory

Oral

& Practical

B 111

English- I

72

48

--

70

30

100

B112

Computer & Information Technology

48

48

--

70

30

100

B113

Sociology

72

--

24

70

30

100

B114

Psychology

72

--

--

100

--

100

B125

Anatomy

96

64

--

100

50

150

B126

Physiology

96

64

--

100

50

150

B127

Microbiology

72

32

--

100

50

150

B128

Nutrition & Dietetics

72

32

96

100

50

150

B138

Fundamentals of Nursing I (Paper I & II)

120

240

216

150

150

300

             Total Hours & Marks

720

528

336

860

440

1300

                 
 

 

2nd Year: Distribution of Subjects

Code no

Name of the subjects

No of Hours

Marks

Total Marks

Class Hours

Lab Hours     

Practice Hours

Theory

Oral

& Practical

B211

English II

72

24

--

70

30

100

B232

Fundamentals  of Nursing II

96

48

--

100

100

200

B233

Health Assessment

48

24

--

70

30

100

B224

Pharmacology

72

--

--

70

30

100

B225

Pathophysiology

72

--

--

100

--

100

B236

Adult Medical & Surgical Nursing I (Paper I & II)

120

--

480

200

100

300

B237

Pediatrics Nursing

96

--

192

100

100

200

B238

Community Health Nursing I

96

--

192

100

100

200

               Total Hours & Marks

672

96

864

810

490

1300

                   
 

3rd Year: Distribution of Subjects

Code no

Name of the subjects

No of Hours

Marks

Total Marks

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Theory

Oral

& Practical

B331

Adult Medical & Surgical Nursing II

96

--

288

100

100

200

B332

Community Health Nursing II

72

--

96

100

100

200

B323

Epidemiology& Biostatistics

80

--

--

100

--

100

B334

Gynaecological Nursing

48

--

48

70

30

100

B335

Gerontological Nursing

64

--

96

70

30

100

B336

Traumatology & Orthopedic Nursing

80

24

192

100

100

200

B337

Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing

80

--

192

100

100

200

B338

Emergency & Critical Care Nursing

80

--

192

100

100

200

 Total Hours & Marks

600

24

1104

740

560

1300

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4th Year: Distribution of Subjects

Code no

Name of the subjects

No of Hours

Marks

Total Marks

Class Hours

Lab Hours

Practice Hours

Theory

Oral

& Practical

B431

Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing I

72

48

384

100

100

200

B432

Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing II

48

--

288

100

100

200

B433

New born Nursing

32

--

48

70

30

100

B434

Reproductive Health

48

--

48

70

30

100

B435

Nursing Administration & Management

72

--

96

70

30

100

B436

Nursing Education

72

--

--

100

100

200

B437

Research in Nursing

72

--

--

70

30

100

B438

Evidence Based Nursing

16

48

--

100

--

100

B439

Study Project

--

--

240

100

Defense:100

200

          Total Hours & Marks

432

96

1104

780

520

1300

Admission

Selection of Candidates

The applicant must have passed both SSC and HSC examinations from Science group with biology and have cumulative GPA(SSC and HSC) 6.0 but not less than GPA 2.5 in either SSC or HSC examination. The Candidates are to apply within three years after passing HSC examination. The applications must be submitted within the time stipulated in the advertisement in the National Daily Newspapers. Sorted candidates will be required to appear for a written test on their current knowledge, English, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths and subsequently will be required to appear for an oral interview. Student will be selected on merit basis. Merit score will be determined from Cumulative GPA of SSC & HSC results and from the Admission Test result.

Membership or involvement in any political organizations or unions of the students will not be permitted by the authority and a signed agreement of the students/guardians for their authenticity will be required at the time of admission.