M. Sc Child Health Nursing or Master of Science in Child Health Nursing is a two-year postgraduate course in Nursing. The course trains candidates to become registered nurses capable of extending proper health care to both children and adolescents. It instructs them how to support young patients and extend emotional support to their families by explaining to them the condition of the patient and the treatment options which can be opted for. This course is highly job-oriented and provides various opportunities for students once they have completed it successfully.
Eligibility Criteria for M.Sc in Child Health Nursing Course
Preferably, graduation needs to have been completed in any of: Basic B.Sc. in nursing Post Certificate Nursing B.Sc. Nursing in Health Science
A minimum aggregate score of 50% (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) at the level of graduation.
Candidates appearing for their final graduation-level examination are also eligible to apply for the course on a provisional basis.