Knowledge is a powerful tool in healthcare and a well-educated nurse can be the difference between a patient’s life and death. Even qualified nurses have a duty to continue their education so that they can remain aware of and keep up to date with medical advancements and new research. Following up with education also offers nurses broader career opportunities; some nurses find themselves moving from a hospital job to research. A degree or extra qualifications offer the opportunity to move into specialty careers or to work as a nurse practitioner as part of a family practice.
While studying for an extra qualification, nurses can improve their decision-making and critical care skills, which makes them eligible for senior nursing positions such as Nurse Unit Manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist, or Director of Nursing.

Basic B.Sc in Nursing Science Course

Why do you admit in Nursing?

Nursing is a great profession. After completing this course, you will be able to be an expert nurse and you will get a great opportunity for servicing in the human being. There are so many Hospital, clinic & Diagnostic center but they do not have any qualified expert nurse. Our objective is to produce competent professional nurses who will be able to demonstrate their knowledge, skills and attitude to provide quality of Nursing and midwifery care in the aspects of practical field to meet expected needs and expectations and to promote, maintain and restore health of individuals, families and communities in common, simple and complex health problems/ situations.


Higher study:

After completing this course, the students will be eligible for studying M.Sc. degree.


Job Facilities:

The students who will complete this course would have got good service in government, non-government hospitals, clinics, health centers, and NGO in attractive & handsome salary in our country & foreign countries

Post Basic B.Sc in Nursing Science Course

What is Post Basic B.Sc Nursing?

Post Basic B.Sc Nursing Course is a two-year duration undergraduate course in nursing. Nurses are healthcare professionals who often work in hospitals or outpatient facilities to provide hands-on care to patients by monitoring their medical condition, administering medications, maintaining records and communicating with doctors.


In post basic BSc Nursing, candidates are provided a holistic mixture of classroom lectures and hands-on training. Admission to the course is usually done on the basis of candidates’ performance in the written entrance exam conducted at University/Institute level. However, some institutions also provide direct admission to candidates on the basis of merit.


Given below is all you need to know about Post Basic B.Sc Nursing course in terms of the required skillset, eligibility criteria, course curriculum, job prospects and more.


Presently Job Facilities:

Nurses play a significant role in the field of healthcare. Candidates with a degree in Post Basic B.Sc Nursing course can find decent jobs in slot online and private hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, rehabilitation centers, community health centers, NGOs, etc. However, to avail better career opportunities, candidates are advised to obtain a master’s degree in M.Sc Nursing after completing the course.


Some of the popular job facilities that Post Basic B.Sc Nursing students can take up include:


Chief Nursing Officer: One of the major responsibilities of a chief nursing officer (CNO) is to maintain clinical and patient-care standards. This means that needs to ensure that patients are safe in the hospital and are receiving appropriate medical care.


Psychosocial Rehabilitation Specialist: A psychosocial rehabilitation specialist treats patients suffering from some emotional or mental disorders. Treatment of such patients usually addresses relationships with family and friends.


Critical Care Nurse: A critical care nurse is responsible for taking care of seriously ill or injured patients. Such a nurse assesses patients’ medical condition, performs diagnostic tests and assists doctors with the required medical procedures.


Nurse Instructor: A nurse instructor is responsible for planning, development, and instruction of nursing courses for a medical program.


Nurse Manager: A nurse manager is a professional who evaluates the performance of staff nurses, provides them mentoring, contributes to their professional development, interviews and hires nurses, etc.


Nursing Assistant: A nursing assistant is a trained professional who provides basic care to patients and helps them in daily activities such as bathing

Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery Course

A midwifery provides counseling, care and support to women and newborn during and after pregnancy, labor pains and early delivery. She helps women make decisions about various health services by keeping them under their care during pregnancy and provides advice on health and child care.


A midwifery is personally responsible for the health of both the mother and the child and advises to see a gynecologist if medical complications occur during pregnancy or birth. A midwife provides services at hospitals and community health centers.


A midwife at a glance

General title                         :       Midwifery

Category                              :       Health & Medical

Types of Institutions          :       Government, Private Departments, Hospitals and Health Centers, Private Practice

Career type                          :       Part-time, full time

Level                                     :       Entry, Mid

Experience limit                  :       Work and organization dependent

Possible Salary Range       :       Depending on the job, organization, and experience

Possible age limit               :       Workable

Key Skills                              :       Obstetrics

Special Skills                        :       Ability to work in any situation


In what kind of industry does a midwifery work?

  • Hospital
  • Community clinic
  • Department of Services
  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.


What kind of work does Midwifery do?

  • To complete the examination of women during pregnancy
  • Preventing disease, preparing the mother for normal delivery and arranging medical services by diagnosing complications of mother and child
  • Create and evaluate care programs for pregnant women
  • Providing full maternity care to pregnant women in the hospital and at home, including screening tests
  • Identify high-risk pregnancies and communicate with doctors and other medical professionals
  • Health awareness raising and counseling
  • Counseling before and after screening and tests
  • Provide full psychological and professional support in cases related to abortion, neonatal abnormalities and neonatal death
  • Maternal supervision and support, monitoring fetal condition and applying knowledge of medication and pain management
  • Provide support and advice for the baby’s daily care such as breastfeeding, bathing, food preparation
  • Participate in the training and supervision of junior colleagues


What kind of skills and knowledge does a midwife need to have?

  • Diploma in Midwifery Course
  • Knowledge of childbirth
  • Knowledge of pregnancy
  • Skills in maternal care during and after childbirth
  • Pay special attention to cleanliness
  • Collaborative attitude
  • The ability to work cold head in an emergency
  • Communication skills


Where to study midwifery?

  • Government Nursing College
  • Nursing Institute
  • Midwifery Institute


The Government of Bangladesh has introduced Diploma and Bachelor in Midwifery courses in 31 Government Nursing Colleges and Nursing Institutes in different districts. You can join this profession by doing 3 years Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery course from these institutes. There are also opportunities to improve skills in the workplace through higher education and training. There is a lot of potential in this profession outside the country.


What are the job opportunities and opportunities for a midwife?

A midwife can work in various government hospitals and health care centers. Moreover, a lot of staff is being recruited in this profession in the government department. The demand for trained workers in this profession is constantly increasing due to various measures taken by the government to ensure healthcare.


What is the monthly income of a Midwife?

Non-cadre posts in government departments are filled in this profession. According to the national salary scale, the salary in this profession can start from 10,000 and above, there are other benefits as well.


What can be the career of a Midwife?

The Government of Bangladesh is recruiting a large number of trained midwives in order to strengthen maternal health services and reduce maternal mortality. If you have the necessary formal education and training, you too can build a good career by joining this great profession. In addition to a good salary in the public sector in this profession, there are various opportunities. In addition, there are good opportunities for higher education and training at home and abroad, through which you can better contribute to the profession by increasing efficiency. So as a skilled midwife, you can build a career in this profession to play an active role in the service of mother and child


So, which training you will take will depend on you.