Nursing - Career Queries

Dear Aspirant, Nursing is really a good career option and if you have the inclination towards 'service to people', then definitely this is a great field to work in. However, I am worried looking at the percentage. Since you had taken Science and still you could manage 43% in 12th is a great matter of concern. What is the reason for such low percentage in a scoring stream? You need to sit for class improvement and score minimum 50% or forget about Nursing course. I would suggest you to take the Ideal Career Test from Careerguide.com  This is a psychometric test and will help you know yours

2 answers Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Nursing category

Hi Gaurav, If you understand the difference, it would be easier for you to choose which one is better. Though I would say both are doing equally good in their respective fields. As a Radiologist rather Radiographer, your main role is to conduct test on the human body with machines like X- rays,  MRI, scans etc. You are the one a Radiographer or a doctor would refer patients to and after their test, you would generate the report and send it to the concerned doctor for diagnosis. In simple and layman language, a nurse is the one who assists the doctor during, before and after surgery, right

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Nursing category

Hi There, Its interesting to see your pasion to serve in the medical field and that too in the military service. Hats off to you. Please note, your selction would be through the Short service commission (SSC), whereby you would be selected for a maximum period of 5 years and then depending on your wish your tenure would be extended after you complete 5 years of service. Please note, you cannot quit your work before the end of 5 years. In terms of mode of application, online form, last date, submission, entrance exam and other details, please check the following website:  Wish you good luc

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Nursing category

Hello devesh,  You have mentioned a diploma in nursing and not a degree.  For pursuing masters you need a degree not diploma. I would suggest join a degree course and after that a masters degree where you specialise in the field of your choice. Wish you good luck

1 answer Meghna Mukherjee in Nursing category

Dear Meghan,   The Government medical college for nursing, Patiala is affiliated to Baba farid university of health sciences, which is recognised by the indian nursing council. B.Sc nursing is offered for a duration of 4 years and has 50 seats.   The mode of education is regular. Admission is based on merit. Eligibility criteria is +2 with physics, chemistry and biology and minimum age limit is 17 years. An entrance examination for 3 hours of 200 questions for total mark of 800 is to be attended, which has 50 questions of physics and chemistry each and 100 questions from biology. &nb

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Nursing specialization courses really help graduate nurses in improving their career. Doing nursing courses like cardiac nursing, palliative nursing, critical care nursing will give a knowledge that helps you work in the respective nursing specialty. Learn about the in-depth skills that is required you to do after BSc nursing - Click here

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