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Duration of the Course : 3 years.

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1. The minimum Educational Qualification is 10+2 passed or its equivalent preferably with science/Arts subjects on first attempt with aggregate of minimum 45% marks. English subject with minimum 40% is compulsory.

2. 10+2 in Arts (Mathematics, Biotechnology, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Business Studies, Accountancy, Home Science, Sociology, Psychology, and Philosophy) and English Core/English Elective, or Health care Science-Vocational stream ONLY, passing out from recognized Board under AISSCE/CBSE/ICSE/ SSCE/HSCE or other equivalent recognized Board and is subjected to verification by UP Medical Facility.

3. The candidates shall be 17 years on 31st December 2021. The Religious Sisters should be at least one year professed.

4. Candidates should be female, unmarried, of good health and good moral character.

5. Physically and mentally fit to undergo the training.

6. All the courses are in English and proficiency in this language is a requirement for admission. Students who are from the Hindi Medium should attend English coaching classes before joining the nursing course and submit a certificate of the same to the college office. Teaching is done in English hence, the applicant should be able to speak, write and understand English. This is not in any way to demean the vernacular language but a conscious attempt to improve their academic performance.


The application form and prospectus can be obtained from the Office of the Principal, B.C.M. College of Nursing on payment of Rs. 400/- by hand or Rs. 450/- by post. The forms will be dispatched from 21st June to 17th July 2021 during office hours. The completed application forms duly filled together with photocopies of all necessary documents should be submitted on or before 23rd July 2021. Institution will not be held responsible for the postal failure. Application form will be available also at the college website www.bcmnursing.com


1. Attested true copy of the Intermediate Certificate and mark list or equivalent examination.

2. Attested true copy of the High School Certificate showing the date of birth & High School Mark list.

3. Certificates of Extracurricular activities if any.

4. Certificate of character by the principal of the college last attended

5. Two self-addressed envelopes (41/8 x 91/2 inches) with Rs. 40/- stamp affixed on each envelop for the purpose of registered post / Speed post.

6. Two Recent passport size colour photograph.

7. Attested true copies of SC, ST, and OBC Certificate if applicable.

8. Copy of Aadhar Card.

9. Baptism Certificate as well as recommendation letter from the Parish Priest for Catholic Students.


1. Original certificates should be produced at the time of written test and personal interview.

2. Application should be filled in by the candidate’s own handwriting

3. The documents once submitted will not be returned.

4. Incomplete application will not be entertained.

5. Completed application form with the above documents should be addressed to the Principal, B.C.M. College of Nursing, Khairabad– 261 131, Sitapur Dist, U.P.


Hostel facilities are available only for exceptional cases. For all others it will be exclusively non-residential.

The candidates selected on the basis of the merits of the qualifying examination will be required to appear for a written test and an interview at B.C.M. College of Nursing. The date for the written test and interview will be intimated through a letter/website. The final selection will be based on the merits of written test and personal interview and medical checkup. The list of selected candidates will be displayed on the College notice board after 3 days of interview.

Candidates who are called for interview shall make their own arrangements for their accommodation during the days of interview.

Selection candidate’s admission will be confirmed only after producing the medical checkup report from a physician from recognized Govt. or private Hospital. Only medically fit candidates will be eligible for admission to the course in B.C.M. College of Nursing.

Any student who discontinue the course after one month of admission, for any reason will be liable to pay Rs. 50,000/- in compensation for the vacated seat. The fees once paid will not be refunded for any reason.


S.No: Subject Theory (in hrs. Class & Lab) Practical(in hrs. Clinical)
1. Biological Science
• Anatomy & Physiology
• Microbiology
2. Behavioral Science
• Psychology
• Sociology
3. Fundamentals of Nursing
• Fundamentals of Nursing
• First Aid
4. Community Health Nursing
• Community Health Nursing- I
• Environmental Hygiene
• Health Education & Communication Skills
• Nutrition
5. English 30 -
6. Computer Education 15 15
7. Co- Curricular activities 10 -
Total Hours 625 1215

2nd Year

S.No: Subject Theory (in hrs. Class & Lab) Practical(in hrs. Clinical)
1. Medical Surgical Nursing- I (Including Pharmacology) 140 800
2. Medical Surgical Nursing- II(Specialties) 120
3. Mental Health Nursing 70 320
4. Child Health Nursing 70 320
5. Co-curricular activities 20 -
Total Hours 400 1440

3rd Year (Part - I)

S.No: Subject Theory (in hrs. Class & Lab) Practical(in hrs. Clinical)
1. Midwifery & Gynecological Nursing 140 560
2. Community Health Nursing – II 90 160
3. Co- curricular activities 10 -
Total Hours 240 720

3rd Year (Part – II) Integrated Supervised Internship

S.No: Subject Theory (in hrs. Class & Lab)
1. Nursing Education 20
2. Introduction to Research and Statistics 30
3. Professional Trends & Adjustments 30
4. Nursing Administration & Ward management 40
Total 120
Clinical Areas Clinical Hours/weeks
Medical Surgical Nursing. 288
Community health Nursing 288
Child Health Nursing 96
Midwifery and Gynecological Nursing 384
Mental Health Nursing 96
Total 1152


The provisionally selected candidates are to undergo three month’s preliminary course at the end of which they are required to appear for an examination. Only those candidates with successful performance will be allowed to continue the course. A failed candidate will be given only one more chance to write the examination and if she fails at the second attempt, will have to discontinue the course. During preliminary period, students are not permitted any leave. Visitors are allowed only on 1st Sunday of every month between 11.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.


Internal Assessment of the students will be carried out through periodical tests, both in theory and in practical skills in each subject. Attendance for the internal examination is mandatory. 25% of the total marks for each subject under study are allotted to the internal assessment and 75% marks for Board examination.


The students appear for Board Examination at the end of each academic year. A minimum attendance of 80% for the formal instructions and 100% for the clinical experience is compulsory.

Candidate’s mark sheet, Diploma/ degree certificate and course completion certificate will be issued only after the completion of the clinical hours.

A student must secure a minimum of 50% of total marks to pass in each subject. To make the students eligible to appear for the State Board Examinations, students must complete the assignments and procedures given by the Indian Nursing Council.