Post Basic Bachelor Nursing (PBBN) is a three year program of Nursing Campus, the constituent campus Institute of Medicine (IOM). Institue of Medicine is affiliated with Tribhuvan University. This program was of 2 years until 2012 and after 2013, the program was converted into 3 years. The PBBN program encompasses both theory and practical.
The main objectives of PBBN are as follows:
The candidates should pass entrance test conducted by Institute of Management. The candidates are selected on the basis of merit list based on the marks of entrance exam.
Entrance exam: Total Marks: 100 for Science, 50 for English, 15 for Health and GK 15, and 20 for Mathematics.
Eligibility for Admission:
The elibiility criteria for the Post Basic Bachelor Nursing program are as follows:
Nursing profession is full of opportunities and prospects. The demand for this kind of profession and its importance is increasing every single day. In this volatile and complex world, people are in need of care, love and counsel, which this profession provides. Large numbers of nurses are hired by different hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, etc. Not only this, there are different institutes, international care organizations, care houses, etc. where the graduates can serve people and earn decent remuneration. There are different institutes and colleges where the graduates can teach and continue practices. There are different NGO/ INGO’s working in the field of care, where nurses work in different positions as per their academic and professional qualification. Efficient nurses have good chance of going abroad and continue their study along with paid job. There are other different unconventional fields where the graduates can make their career. So, the nursing graduates can flourish to the fullest with their hard work, dedication and creativity.