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Biratnagar Nursing Campus

 

Ms. Menuka Bhandari, 9852037809
Campus Chief

BACKGROUND

Tribhuvan University, Biratnagar Nursing Campus is one of the historical constituent campus in province 1. It has its own land with College building, Hostel building, Administrative building, Teachers and employee quarter, separate visiting hall. Koshi Zonal Hospital, the major clinical area of campus located nearby in walking distance. There is MOU between the TU IOM and Ministry of Health. There is good relationship between campus and hospital. His Majesty’s Government of Nepal, Ministry of Health established ANM training school in the year 2023 BS at Biratnagar. Later in 2029 BS, this programme was handed over to Tribhuvan University, the institute of Medicine. From 2037BS, Proficiency Certificate Level Nursing programme was started. In 2068/69, this campus began the Bachelor in Nursing Programme. Now upgraded into 3 years Bachelor in nursing science (BNS) Programme. Biratnagar Nursing Campus has an outstanding history of being ranked as the number of college of Nepal. It has record of cent percent pass result in PCL and BNS programme. Both programme are lunched in annual system. . Now it is established as a well-known Campus in Province one in terms of quality production. Hundred percent theoretical classes are held according to Master Calendar of Operation. Clinical practice site is Koshi Zonal Hospital, quality practices are carried out in different department of KZH.  Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been done between Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) and the institute of Medicine (IOM).

Biratnagar nursing campus has separate buildings for administration, academic purpose and hostel for students. There are three separate buildings for residential purpose. Among them campus chief quarter is completely damaged and other two are in use by maintenance. There are 4 separate laboratories for student skill development namely fundamental lab, skill lab, biochemistry lab and community lab.

Biratnagar Nursing Campus has become one of the pioneer educational institutes in Nepal since its establishment. Nursing profession is mainly centralized in female gender. So it has also key role women empowerment and self-reliance. The products are engaged in renounced institute/hospital /NGO/INGO inside the country and abroad with attractive payment. In addition to educational activities, nursing students take part actively in extracurricular activities in indoor and outdoor competitive games. Different health related days are celebrated in campus.

Nursing is a profession and it is the combination of art and science so there is more chances of getting job immediately. This profession has high social recognition and practical implication. So there is great scope in hospital, campus, community, industries and schools. Nursing profession has significant role in achieving Millennium Development goals (MDGs) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). TU, Biratnagar Nursing Campus intends to be an Academic Centre of excellence through the Foundation of nursing, nursing research, Educational Science and Management.

 

VISION

The vision of the Biratnagar Nursing campus is to establish as a leading institution in Province 1 through higher education, innovative research, collaboration with stakeholders and community participation.

MISSION

The mission of the Biratnagar Nursing Campus is to produce nursing graduates equipped with knowledge, attitude, practice in nursing practice, research, education and leadership and management who can provide service to individual, family and community through innovation, application, integration and dissemination of knowledge.

 GOAL

The goal of Biratnagar Nursing Campus is to ensure excellence in all academic program to advance nursing knowledge and practice, enhance sustainable economic development, ensure quality of education, increase faculty, funding for research through partnership with deferent stakeholders.

OBJECTIVES

The major objectives of the Biratnagar Nursing Campus are:

  • Develop quality education by critical thinking, competencies and self-reliance.
  • Construct physical infrastructure for class room, research activities, laboratories, library, teachers and administration.
  • Develop Research Management Cell equipped with advanced IT and documentation (Journal publication, Journal Club, Dissemination).
  • Communicate the rules, regulations, new updates to staff time to time
  • Evaluate regularly each individual and department according to job description in observable and measurable term
  • Create gender friendly activities (Environment, furniture, toilet, ramp, wheel chair etc.)
  • Provide opportunity to each individual for capacity building training, higher education, in-service education
  • Collaborate with stakeholders for economical, educational and infrastructure development
  • Enhance sustainable economic development through collaboration with local governance, province governance, UGC, HEP, QAA.
  • Develop internal income source through multipurpose building, extending quota of student.
  • Establish own campus as training center.
  • Develop disaster preparedness plan for campus.
  • Construct the buildings according to the standard of Urban Development Plan
  • Provide training to students, employees and teachers in disaster management and handling(Triage)

 

PROGRAMS AND COURSES OFFERED

  1. 1.     Proficiency Certificate Nursing (PCL) Program

Objective:  The objective of the PCL Nursing Program is to prepare a competent and self-reliant nurse who will be able to care for individuals, groups and communities according to the principles of primary health care.

S.N.

First Year Course Subjects

Theory Course

Practical Course

Total

Hours

Total

Marks

Total

Hours

Total

Marks

Fundamental of Nursing

100

100

570

100

Community Health Nursing I

150

100

180

100

Integrated Science Related of Health

120

100

Nepali

150

100

English

150

100

Total

670

500

750

200

 

S.N.

Second Year Course Subjects

Theory Course

Practical

Course

Total

Hours

Total

Marks

Total

Hours

Total

Marks

Adult Nursing I

125

100

330

300

Adult Nursing II

75

100

330

Community Health Nursing II

100

100

120

100

Nursing Care of Children

100

100

120

100

Nepal Parichaya

50

50

Behavioural Science

50

50

Total

500

400

900

500

S.N.

Third Year Course Subjects

 

Theory Course

 

Practical Course

Total

Hours

Total

Marks

Total

Hours

Total

Marks

Midwifery & Gynecological Nursing I

100

100

300

100

Midwifery & Gynecological Nursing II

100

100

300

100

Midwifery & Gynecological Nursing III

100

100

300

100

Leadership & Management

75

100

325

100

Total

375

400

1225

400

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admission Criteria

Candidates must passed SLC/SEE level with 50% or above including Mathematics, Health Science, and English with GPA C or above including math, Health, Science and English ) and must pass the entrance examination conducted by Institute of Medicine.

2. Post Basic Bachelor of Nursing Program:

1. Bachelor of Nursing Science (BNS)

Objective:  The objective of the Bachelor of Nursing Program is to produce middle level nursing providers and leaders who are capable of independent judgment, functioning in a leadership positions in the hospital and community; teaching the junior students and conduct research in areas in of nursing.

Courses Offered

First Year Second Year Third Year
  1. Integrated Basic health Sciences I (Th)
  2. Integrated Basic health Sciences II (Th)
  3. Integrated Basic health Sciences (Pr)
  4. Nursing Concepts and Principles (Th)
  5. Adult health Nursing I (Th)
  6. Adult health Nursing I (Pr)
  7. Child health Nursing I (Th)
  8. Child health Nursing I ((Pr)
  9. Geriatric Nursing (Th)
  10. Geriatric Nursing (Pr)
  11. Comprehensive English
  12.  Computer Application

 

  1. Social Science Applied  to Nursing (Th)
  2. Community Health Nursing I (Th)
  3. Community Health Nursing I (Pr)
  4. Midwifery I (Th)
  5. Midwifery I (Pr)
  6. Psychiatric Nursing I (Th)
  7. Psychiatric Nursing I  (Pr)
  8. Teaching and  Learning (Th)
  9. Teaching and  Learning (Pr)
  10. Health Economics & Nursing (Th)

 

  1. Leadership and Management (Th)
  2. Management (Pr)
  3. Research Applied to Nursing (Th)
  4. Research (Pr)
  5. Major Subjects (Elective)
  • Adult Health Nursing II (Th)
  • Child health Nursing II (Th)
  • Community Health Nursing II (Th)
  • Psychiatric Nursing II (Th)
  • Midwifery Nursing II (Th)

6. Major Subjects (Elective)

  • Adult Health Nursing II (Pr)
  • Child Health Nursing II (Pr)
  • Community Health Nursing II (Pr)
  • Psychiatric Nursing II (Pr)
  • Midwifery Nursing II (Pr)

 

Admission Requirements

Candidates must have passed PCL Nursing Program from recognized institutes by securing minimum of 50% marks, must have at least one year of working experience in nursing after getting license to practice from Nepal Nursing Council (NNC) and must pass the entrance examination conducted by Institute of Medicine.

Evaluation System

  1. 1.       Internal Assessment :- 20% for Theory

Written Assignment

Oral Exam/ Viva Voce

Clinical Performance

Case Study

Physical Examination

Clinical Teaching

Observation Report

Nursing Care Plan

  1. 2.       Final examination: 80% for Theory

     Written exam

OSPE/VIVA

Clinical Exam in Hospital in real patients