Nursing - Career Queries

1 answer Preetha Ajit in Nursing category

1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Nursing category

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Hai Komal.. As a BSc Nursing degree holder, you can pursue your post graduation in MA Applied Psychology to become a psychologist. You can search in the websites of JMI, Delhi University, Lovely Professional University to find out suitable place for your dream career. MA Applied Psychology is one of the demanding course nowadays. After the completion of the course, you can practice as psychologist in both private and public sector. Choose such best institutes where campus placements are also conducting regularly. This will help you to find out your job opportunity as you are completing Post gr

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Hello Richa,   Why do you wish to shift from Nursing to IFS. Anyways it is your choice.   Please note, IFS comes under the government services and hence you would have to clear the Civil service exams conducted by the UPSC board. And eligibility for the exam is any Graduate.   So you being a B.SC graduate, you are eligible for the test, in short eligible for IFS.   Wish you good luck...

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Nursing category

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Hello Harpreet,  Before you read the various options listed below, I want you to ask yourself; Why did you opt for a nursing course. What and which field would you now like to pursue so as to make a career for yourself. Some options closely related to the field of nursing includes:  MSW ( Masters in social work) Masters in Public health MBA in Hospital management. Apart from these you could opt for the following courses too:  M.SC Microbiology Pharmacy Clinical research and trial Medical lab technician Psychology Alternate medicine. Few courses any Graduates can opt for incl

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Nursing category

Hi, Nursing is a profession in which unconditional love and care is required to serve the patients, society and the nation. This is because; nursing is always appreciated as a noble profession. It is necessary to encourage nursing students to come forward and maintain the holistic standards of this profession. One should inculcate the sense of maturity, empathy, devotion, dedication, commitments, courage and medical knowledge for pursuing this field. The government has become a great help for the economically backward aspiring students by giving scholarships for the student’s education a

2 answers Meenakshi Singh in Nursing category

Nursing is a profession which requires love not only by yourself but also with the humanity. When we peep into the deep journey of a nursing profession, we came to know about the key responsibilities and hidden struggles behind this job. It’s not a cakewalk to enter this field and after that to maintain your patience even after long working hours and patient’s behavior. It’s hard to express that daily schedule of a nursing profession. As various fields have their own responsibilities and timings along with their related skills and specialties.  For any Confusion Regardin

1 answer Jayanta Ghosh in Nursing category

Hi, Whenever we think about nursing, extra care, polite nature and dedication to work are the key skills that come up in our mind. The helping hand given by the nurses to their patients plays a crucial role in their recovery from various illnesses. Due to these special qualities, trained nurses are in high demand for private or government hospitals in India and overseas too. After completing senior secondary level from medical subjects, nursing is the best option for students to get followed. There is a wide list of institutes and universities all over the country which provide nursing educati

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Nursing category

Hi, Nursing is a very noble profession. The politeness in their behavior and care that they provide to each and every patient is remarkably appreciated. To choose nursing as a profession is a holistic approach in itself. It doesn’t require further explanations. I too personally admire the extra care, friendly and polite behavior of the nursing staff. It really gives us the strength to recover soon. Florence Nightingale is well-known by all of us for his nursing profession. She still remembered by all of us as an angel of mercy. Nursing is not only to care for the sick people, but it also

1 answer Surabhi Dewra in Nursing category

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category

Dear Aspirant, I would appreciated if you asked this question in English. With BSc Nursing, you cannot be a Doctor and cannot shift your path to a medical doctor degree. I would suggest you to do MSc Nursing, and specialise in a good and challenging subject, where you will be able to rise to the Head Nurse position. Head Nurse is a position which works more closely to Doctors. Nursing is a good field and nursing carries great value after a doctor, so do not get disappointed. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category

Dear Aspirant, Nursing is a very noble profession and very much in demand and shall remain in demand. You can join BSc Nursing after 12th Science with PCB combination. You can take admission in your local college for Nursing. Best wishes

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category

Dear Aspirant, Nephrology is a  typical and core medicine field and for that you definitely need to be first an MBBS graduate. However, I would like to ask, how come suddenly you are thinking of Nephrologist career and that too after BSc Nursing? BSc Nursing is a very good course and there many job opportunities in the Nursing domain. Any Doctor without Nursing assistance is impossible and therefore there is tremendous scope in Nursing. To diversify, as suggested by my colleague Ms. Meghana, MBA in Hospital Management is fine, but at a later stage if you are not willing to continue in cor

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category

Dear Aspirant, To study Constitutional Law and practice as a Lawyer, you first need to become a Law graduate from a recognised Univeristy and an Institute approved by Bar Council of India. In which education level are you currently in? Please let me know. 1. If you are in 12th or passed 12th any stream, you can choose to go for BA LLB or BBA LLB. This would be a five years integrated course where you will become a graduate as well as law graduate. For this you may have to appear for an entrance test conducted by the concerned university or institute approved by Bar Council of India. You can al

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category

Dear Aspirant, To study Constitutional Law and practice as a Lawyer, you first need to become a Law graduate from a recognised Univeristy and an Institute approved by Bar Council of India. In which education level are you currently in? Please let me know. 1. If you are in 12th or passed 12th any stream, you can choose to go for BA LLB or BBA LLB. This would be a five years integrated course where you will become a graduate as well as law graduate. For this you may have to appear for an entrance test conducted by the concerned university or institute approved by Bar Council of India. You can al

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category

Dear Aspirant, Are you talking about whether to study in India or abroad? Well, you can achieve your career success by staying anywhere in the world, what important is what you are capable of and what aptitude, interest you have to make a successful career. I would suggest that you should know first what are you real interests, inclinations, aptitude, capability based on which you should choose one between those. I would strongly request you to not choose randomly or on the basis of just a random information. It is always recommended that you choose a career based on your own interests, capabi

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category