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12th April 2015, 06:13 PM
F Muzi
 
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B.Sc Nursing or other related course after 12th Arts?


respected sir,
i have completed my graduation from arts side and i did my 12th also from arts side
but i am eager to do nursing course as Bsc nursing or something like this
can you help me ?
please send my answer at email id ;
[email protected]




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12th April 2015, 10:06 PM
RSJ66
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Default Re: B.Sc Nursing or other related course after 12th Arts?

# At this juncture of age, you are now degree holder in arts stream but you are again want to do degree in nursing which is not understandable.

# You are thinking of degree in nursing rather than pursuing any post-graduate degree/diploma.

# For degree in nursing, candidate must have taken Physics, Chemistry and Biology compulsorily.

# My humble advised you either go for pursuing post-graduation or go for any job as per your interest.

# After post-graduation degree, you should go for NET and thereafter you can make your career in teaching line.

# You can even go to defence sector by joining OTA or IMA through qualifying CDS Examination.

# You may try your luck in various other competitive examination such as Railway Examinations, SSC Examinations, UPSC Examinations, Exams conducted by PSUs, MES, LIC, other Government departments/ministries.
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12th April 2015, 11:37 PM
gopalasamudrum
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Default Re: B.Sc Nursing or other related course after 12th Arts?

After completing 12th class in arts stream, you can opt for the following course.

>>B.A
>>BBA
>>B.Com


etc.,

After completing graduation in arts stream, you can opt for M.A and not for nursing.

Since, your are from non medical stream in 12th class, you can not apply for B.Sc. Nursing course.
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13th April 2015, 09:10 AM
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Default Re: B.Sc Nursing or other related course after 12th Arts?

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Originally Posted by F Muzi View Post
respected sir,
i have completed my graduation from arts side and i did my 12th also from arts side
but i am eager to do nursing course as Bsc nursing or something like this
can you help me ?
please send my answer at email id ;
[email protected]
Since, you have done bachelors in arts, you can go for masters in,arts only, and not for other medical related courses.

It is waste of time only, I would say.

You can go for masters in arts in popular institutes like

Christ university
Karnataka state open university
Sikkim manipal university
Panjab university
Delhi university
Calcutta university
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13th April 2015, 11:16 AM
kkghorla
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Default Re: B.Sc Nursing or other related course after 12th Arts?

Nursing is become a new trend job for girls at this time as growing sector in hospitality that,s why they require more staff and also this course is becoming famous for girls as there are also very good scope of domestic jobs in their city that is the main reason for this job in girls that they want to join this course.

Other courses related to nursing are-

>> ANM

>> GNM

>> B.Sc nursing

Best option after B.S.c is that a person can go in teaching staff.

Other courses after 12th arts are-

>> B.A.

>> M.A.

>> BBA

>> MBA

>> C.S.
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13th June 2018, 05:49 PM
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Default Re: B.Sc Nursing or other related course after 12th Arts?

I am done ANM nursing course after 10th then i am passed 12th in arts. i want to addmission in BSC nursing so can i apply ?
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