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Nursing College in Gulbarga

Gulbarga, now known as Kalaburagi is a city in the Karnataka, India. It is the administrative headquarters of the Kalaburagi district and also the largest city in the North Karnataka region (Kalyana-Karnataka). Kalaburagi is 623 km north of Bangalore. It was incorporated into the newly formed Mysore State (now Karnataka) through the States Re organization Act in 1956 Gulbarga is called a Sufi city. Gulbarga has its own airport called Kalaburagi airport, railway station (Kalaburagi railwaystation), and well-connected roads and highways. Gulbarga will soon be a part of high-speed rail corridor running from Mumbai to Hyderabad. Gulbarga also has a good number of nursing colleges, hospitals and clinics. Nursing students can be trained and employed in these medical colleges, hospitals and clinics. The various nursing programs offered in Gulbarga nursing colleges are GNM, ANM, Post Basic BSc Nursing, BSc Nursing, and MSc Nursing. After attaining qualification, nurses can work as staff nurses, nursing supervisors, nursing specialists, daycare nurses, school nurses, nursing directors, nursing administrators, community healthcare nurses, public health nurses, nursing researchers, home health nurses, clinical nurses, nurse informaticists, case management nurses, nursing educators, and nursing tutors in government or private hospitals, clinics, migrant clinics, rural health clinics, healthcare centers, maternity care hospitals, NGOs, schools, nurseries, playschools,and daycare centers. Nursing diploma holders and degree holders have excellent career opportunities in India and abroad. Nursing graduates interested in teaching or specializing can pursue an MSc program in Nursing after degree. Candidates interested in research can pursue a PhD.

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What is the eligibility to pursue PB BSc Nursing?

The candidates should have completed 12th with a certificate in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) and should have a registration in Registered Nurses and Registered Midwives.

What are the specializations for BSc Nurses?

The specializations related to BSc Nurses are specialized in Psychiatry, Community Health and Pediatrics, Medical-Surgical, Obstetrics, and Gynecology.

What is the salary offered to the MSc Community Health Nursing?


The salary offered to MSc Community Health Nursing professional ranges between INR 2 and 10 lakhs, increasing with experience and skill.

What are the advanced courses after GNM?

BSc Nursing is the next step after completing the GNM course. The student could
pursueMSc nursing after completing BSc Nursing. Research oriented studies could be
done after completing the their post-graduation.