Approved by INC & WBNC & Affiliated to WBUHS

Nabadwip School & College of Nursing one of the most trusted Nursing Colleges in West Bengal. We have successful students pursuing nursing. We are into the mission of creating quality manpower for all levels of healthcare delivery. We are primed with the allotment of 60 annual admissions in General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM) course from 2021. Nabadwip School & College of Nursing is affiliated & recognized by INC (Indian Nursing Council) and WBNC (West Bengal Nursing Council). Under the tutelage of more than 30 Faculties & 150 Medical staffs, we became the most reliable nursing college all over Bengal. We are tied up with Minerva D.S.A. Hospital (situated at Bhatjangla) & Nabadwip Nursing Home (situated at Nabadwip). Our campus is surveilled by CCTV 24/7. We are also well known for top-class facilities like Premium Hostel and Central Library in our campus.

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Courses

GNM Nursing

What is GNM Nursing ?

GNM or General Nursing Midwifery is a Three and a half-year diploma course in the field of Nursing. Students who wish to pursue GNM diploma can proceed after passing their class 12 exam with any stream. The Three year and half-year course includes six-months of mandatory internship. GNM diploma course is one of the sort out course which can be considered as a stepping stone towards making a career in the Nursing field. Graduates of GNM diploma can start their career by working with government and private hospitals and clinics.

Eligibility Criteria

According to the website of Indian Nursing Council, 10+2 of any stream passed students are eligible to pursue this course. Minimum aggregate marks required may vary from one institute to another. Usually, it is around 40-50% marks.

BSC Nursing

What is BSC Nursing?

BSc Nursing or Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 4-year undergraduate course in the field of medical science. Aspirants who have passed class 12 with biology or have completed a diploma in Nursing are eligible to apply for B.Sc Nursing. Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 4-years undergraduate course which prepares candidates to serve humanity through medical treatment. As the course inculcates the art of nursing the sick and the wounded, its curriculum includes subjects like physiology, anatomy, biochemistry, nutrition, psychology, etc, all related to the human body.

Eligibility Criteria

As per West Bengal Nursing Council (WBNC) guidelines 10+2 of science stream students with miniumum 50% marks in subject combination of PCBE are eligible to pursue this course.

Principal's Message

Namita Chakraborty

(M.sc Nursing in pediatrics)



With this message, I would like to extend my best wishes to all the students who are appearing for the entrance examination of Nursing this year. I have no doubt that you all are very hard working and talented and I am very confident that your determination and talent will help you achieve success in your examination.

Vice-Principal's Message

Rimi Chakraborty

(M.sc Nursing in Medical Surgical Nursing, PhD Scholar)



Albert Einstein said, “Education is not about learning of facts but training young minds to think.” There is a big difference between cramming up facts and learning them so that they can be applied in productive ways. At Somerville, we try to work towards holistic development of our students by providing them the tools and experiences that encourage our students to think. The aim is to create empowered minds so that students are able to decide what is good for them, differentiate between right and wrong, choose opportunities that help build them up and enable them to live in harmony with all existence.

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What is GNM Nursing ?

General Nursing and Midwifery (G.N.M) is the health science and health profession that deals with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period (including care of the newborn), in addition to the sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. In many countries, midwifery is a medical profession (special for its independent and direct specialized education; should not be confused with the medical specialty, which depends on a previous general training). A professional in midwifery is known as a midwife. Successful candidates may register themselves as registered nurse or midwife with state nurse registration council.

What is B.SC Nursing ?

BSc Nursing or Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 4-year undergraduate course in the field of medical science. Aspirants who have passed class 12 with biology or have completed a diploma in Nursing are eligible to apply for B.Sc Nursing. Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 4-years undergraduate course which prepares candidates to serve humanity through medical treatment. As the course inculcates the art of nursing the sick and the wounded, its curriculum includes subjects like physiology, anatomy, biochemistry, nutrition, psychology, etc, all related to the human body. Therefore, B.Sc Nursing is centered around people and society, focusing on attaining, maintaining, and recovering optimal health.

GUIDELINES FOR RECIPROCAL REGISTRATION

A filled up application form for Reciprocal Registration to be purchased from WBNC. - A recent passport size self-attested photograph of the candidate in uniform. - 02(two) copies of registration certificates issued by the parent council with their renewal up to date. In case of multiple registrations (if a candidate holds the registration certificates of more than one state nursing council at a time), the candidate must have to ensure the cancellation of all the previous registration certificates. The candidates shall have to produce a supporting document for the said cancellation/s. - For GNM candidates, 01(one) copy of the Diploma Certificate issued by the parent council and for B.Sc. (Nursing) candidates, 01(one) copy of the Degree Certificate issued by the concerned university. No Provisional diploma/degree certificate will be allowed. - Course Completion certificate issued by the concerned State Nursing Council/University. - 01(one) copy of the admit card of secondary examination or Birth Certificate for date of birth and father’s name. - A Still Working Certificate(in original) issued in a current date(within 01 month from the date of its issuance) by the employing authority of the private hospital/nursing home the candidate is working in West Bengal. It is to be noted that Still Working Certificate is mandatory for purchasing the form for Reciprocal Registration. - The Still Working Certificate (in original) must be in the official pad of the employer along with the employer’s office seal & signature on it. The designation of the candidate i.e. Staff Nurse must be mentioned in it. - In case of non-availability of Still Working Certificate, a candidate may submit the Pay Slip of the current/previous month in the official pad of the employer along with the employer’s office seal & signature on it. - 01(one) copy of the mark sheet of Higher Secondary (10+2) examination. A candidate of GNM course must secure 40% marks in a combination of English, the vernacular subject and any 03(three) compulsory subjects. Optional subjects may be allowed. A candidate of B.Sc. (Nursing) course must ensure 45% marks in a combination of English, Physics, Chemistry & Biology. The candidate also must ensure pass marks separately in theory & practical parts of the concerned individual subjects. - It is to be noted that every candidate (both B.Sc. Ng. & GNM and General or Reserved category), apart from the stated criteria, must ensure 40% mark in English individually as per the norm of INC. - However, a relaxation of 5% marks only may be allowed to the SC/ST/OBC/PWD candidates of B.Sc. (Nursing) course on submission of Caste Certificate. No relaxation of marks will be entertained for the candidates of GNM course and no relaxation of mark in English subject will be entertained. - 3 / 3 ½ years course examination mark sheets for GNM candidates and 04(four) years mark sheets for B.Sc. (Nursing) candidates. In each course, a candidate must secure 50% marks separately in internal & external parts of theory & practical of each individual subject in every year. Mark sheets with combined marks will not be accepted. - Subject & marks criteria must obey the guidelines as set by Indian Nursing Council. - 10+2 examination with vocational course may be accepted for the candidates who passed the 10+2 examination since 2020. - The candidates of GNM & B.Sc. (Nursing) course are only eligible to apply for Reciprocal registration. - The candidates are advised to submit the self-attested photo copies of the above specified documents (except the Still Working Certificate). - The candidates also have to produce the original of all the above mentioned documents for verification. - Rs.2,000/-(Rupees Two thousand) only by SBI COLLECT (with effect from 01st April, 2021) only being the fee for Reciprocal Registration. - The time limit for submission of cash is 03:30 PM.

Nabadwip School & College of Nursing

Sarkarpara Ln,Sarkar Para,Nabadwip,West Bengal,741302