- The minimum age for admission shall be 17 years on 31st December of the year in which admission is sought.
- Minimum education:
- A candidate should have passed in the subjects of PCB and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 45% marks taken together in PCB at the qualifying examination (10+2).
- Candidates are also eligible from State Open School recognized by State Government and National Institute of Open School (NIOS) recognized by Central government having science subjects and English only.
- A candidate belonging to SC/ST or other backward classes, the marks obtained in PCB taken together in qualifying examination be 40% instead of 45% as stated above.
- Candidate shall be medically fit.
- Candidate shall be admitted once in a year.
- Reservation Policy:
- For disabled candidates : 3% Disability reservation to be considered with a disability of locomoter to the tune of 40% to 50% of the lower extremity and other eligibility criteria with regard to age and qualification will be same as prescribed for each nursing programme.
Note: A committee to be formed consisting of medical officer authorized by medical board of state government and a nursing expert in the panel which may decide whether the candidates have the disability of locomoter of 40% to 50%.
- 5% of total marks is relaxed for SC/ST candidates
- Any other reservation as per the State Govt.
Note: Reservation shall be applicable within the sanctioned number of the seats by INC and not above it.
Entrance / Selection test: Selection of the candidates should be based on the merit of the entrance examination held by University or competent authority.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
The B.Sc. Nursing program of KINS, KIIT Deemed to be University aims to prepare the undergraduates with the following program educational objectives through which they will be able to:
- PEO1. Apply nursing knowledge from biological and behavioral sciences including alternative systems to demonstrate nursing care to individuals, families and
communities through application of nursing process and critical thinking skill to improve quality care.
- PEO2. Deliver promotive, preventive and restorative health services using effective interpersonal communication skills within the framework of code of ethics and professional conduct as prescribed by Indian Nursing Council, aligned with National health policies and programs.
- PEO3. Participate effectively in health care delivery system by virtue of leadership skills, managerial skills and need based research studies by creating awareness through health education and contribute towards self and professional advancement.
Program Outcomes POs
As per the following program outcomes the post-graduates from the KINS, KIIT Deemed to be University will be able to:
- PO1. Impart quality nursing education & prepare competent caring and compassionate nursing professionals who will adhere to the code of ethics & professional conduct while fulfilling their personal, social & professional obligations during the practice.
- PO2. Assess the health status, identify & prioritize the nursing needs, plan, implement & evaluate care of patient in the hospital & community.
- PO3. Assume leadership roles at first level managers in nursing services & nursing education.
- PO4. Recognize the need for continued learning for personal & professional growth.
- PO5. Update oneself with the latest technology, trends & issues in healthcare.
- PO6. Conduct need based research studies in hospital/community & utilize the research findings to improve the quality of nursing care.
- PO7. Practice within the framework of code of ethics, professional conduct & ensure acceptable standards of practice.
- PO8. Apply knowledge from physical, biological and behavioral medical science including alternative systems and nursing in providing nursing care to individuals, families and communities.
- PO9. Inculcate nursing process in rendering nursing care to patients in collaboration with health team members.
- PO10. Demonstrate critical thinking skill in decision making in all situations in order to provide quality care.
- PO11. Utilizeskillsinteachingtoindividualsandgroupsinclinical/communityhealth settings.
- PO12. Use the latest trends and technology in providing health care.
- PO13. Communicateeffectivelywiththemembersofhealthcareteam&developcgood interpersonal skill for team work.
- PO14. CriticalThinking:Takeinformedactionsafteridentifyingtheassumptionsthat frame our thinking and actions, checking out the degree to which these assumptions are accurate and valid, and looking at our ideas and decisions (intellectual, organizational, and personal) from different perspectives.
- PO15. Effective Communication: Speak, read, write and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in one Indian language, and make meaning of the world by connecting people, ideas, books, media and technology.
- PO16. Social Interaction: Elicit views of others, mediate disagreements and help reach conclusions in group settings.
- PO17. Effective Citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity centered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.
- PO18. Ethics: Recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of your decisions, and accept responsibility for them.
- PO19. Environment and Sustainability: Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development.
- PO20. Self-directed and Life-long Learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context socio-technological changes.
Program Specific Outcomes POs
On the completion of the two years MSc Nursing Program, the postgraduates will be able to:
- PSO1. Demonstrate competency in the skills and techniques of nursing based on concepts and principles.
- PSO2. Assess the health status, identify and prioritize the nursing needs, plan, implement and evaluate care of the patients in the hospital and community.
- PSO3. Assume leadership roles as first level managers in nursing services and nursing education.
- PSO4. Recognize the need for continued learning for personal and professional enhancement.
- PSO5. Update themselves with the latest technology, trends and issues in health care.
- PSO6. Conduct need based research studies in the hospital / community and utilize the research findings to improve the quality of nursing care.
- PSO7. Practice within the framework of the code of ethics and professional conduct and ensure acceptable standards of practice.
- PSO8. Collaborate with the other members of the health care team in reaching realistic health goals.
- PSO9. Communicate effectively with the members of the health care team and develop good interpersonal skills for team work.
Course Outcomes (COs)
B.Sc.(N) 1 ST YEAR ANATOMY (NS 1001)
- CO1. Describe anatomical terms.
- CO2. Explain the general and microscopic structure of each system of the body.
- CO3. Identify relative positions of the major body organs as well as their general anatomic locations.
- CO4. Explore the effect of alterations in structure.
- CO5. Apply knowledge of anatomic structures to analyse clinical situations.
- CO6. Apply knowledge of anatomic structures for therapeutic applications.
PHYSIOLOGY (NS 1001)
- CO1. Develop understanding of the normal functioning of various organ systems of the body.
- CO2. Identify the relative contribution of each organ system towards maintenance of homeostasis.
- CO3. Describe the effect of alterations in functions.
- CO4. Apply knowledge of physiological basis to analyze clinical situations and therapeutic applications.
- CO5. Demonstrates BMR.
- CO6. Demonstrate blood cell count, coagulation, grouping, Hb: BP and Pulse monitoring.
NUTRITION (NS 1002)
- CO1. Identify the impact of nutrition on health.
- CO2. Describe the classification, functions, sources and recommended daily allowances (RDA) of carbohydrates, fat and proteins, vitamins, Minerals, water and electrolytes.
- CO3. Calculate the daily calorie requirements for different categories of people
- CO4. Demonstrate various Cookery rules, its preservation and plan for simple beverages.
- CO5. Develop balanced diet plan for different categories of people
- CO6. Elaborate Various National Nutritional Programs and role of Nurses in assessment of nutritional status.
BIOCHEMISTRY (NS 1002)
- CO1. Describe the metabolism of carbohydrates and its alterations.
- CO2. Explain the metabolism of lipids and its alterations. & illustrate the immunochemistry.
- CO3. Explain the metabolism of proteins and amino acids and its alterations.
- CO4. Explain clinical enzymology in various disease conditions & different function tests and interpret the findings.
- CO5. Explain acid base balance, imbalance and its clinical significance.
- CO6. Describe the metabolism of haemoglobin and its clinical significance.
NURSING FOUNDATIONS (NS 1003)
- CO1. Develop understanding about the concept of health, illness and scope of nursing within health care services and Including code of conduct in professional life.
- CO2. Apply the principles and methods of effective communication in establishing communication links with patients, families and other health team members.
- CO3. Develop skill in reporting and recording during admission and discharge period in hospital patient care.
- CO4. Illustrate the principles and techniques of monitoring and maintaining vital sign, Health Assessment and Documents nursing process as per the format. CO5. Demonstration understanding regarding different routes drugs administration, principles and nursing instruction for biomedical Hazards.
- CO6. Identifies the various machinery, equipment, lines and their care.
- PSYCHOLOGY (NS-1004)
- CO1. Develop the concept of history, scope, methods of psychology and the concept of human behaviour in relation to heredity and environment.
- CO2. Identify various cognitive processes and their applications as well as the influence of motivation and emotional processes on human behaviour.
- CO3. Interpret the influence of personality on behaviour.
- CO4. Solve the psychological problems of people during the life cycle.
- CO5. Understand the characteristics of mentally healthy person and the implications of ego defence mechanisms.
- CO6. Demonstrate the different psychological assessments and tests and role of nurse.
MICROBIOLOGY (NS 1005)
- CO1. Identify the ubiquity and diversity of microorganisms in the human body and the environment.
- CO2. Classify and explain the morphology and growth of microbes.
- CO3. Identify various types of microorganisms.
- CO4. Explore mechanisms by which microorganisms cause disease.
- CO5. Develop understanding of how the human immune system counteracts infection by specific and non-specific mechanisms.
- CO6. Apply the principles of preparation and use of vaccines in immunization & identify the contribution of the microbiologist and the microbiology laboratory to the diagnosis of infection.
ENGLISH (NS 1006)
- CO1. Identify the significance of Communicative English for healthcare professionals.
- CO2. Apply the concepts and principles of English Language use in professional development such as pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, paraphrasing, voice modulation, Spelling, pause and silence.
- CO3. Apply the concepts and principles of English Language use in professional development such as pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, paraphrasing, voice modulation, Spelling, pause and silence.
- CO4. Demonstrate attentive listening in different hypothetical situations,
- CO5. Converse effectively, appropriately and timely within the given context and the individual or team they are communicating with either face to face or by other means.
- CO6. Apply LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing) Skill in combination to learn, teach, educate and share information, ideas and results.
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS (NS 1007)
- CO1. Develop a basic understanding of computer application in patient care and nursing practice.
- CO2. Apply the knowledge of computer and information technology in patient care and nursing education, practice, administration and research also in public health promotion.
- CO3. Describe the principles of health informatics and its use in developing efficient healthcare.
- CO4. Demonstrate the use of information system in healthcare for patient care and utilization of nursing data.
- CO5. Demonstrate the knowledge of using Electronic Health Records (EHR) system in clinical practice.
- CO6. Utilize the functionalities of Nursing Information System (NIS) system in nursing and evidence-based practices in informatics and technology for providing quality patient care.
COURSE OUTCOMES FOR COURSES OF B.Sc.(N) 2 nd YEAR SOCIOLOGY (NS 2001)
- CO1. Develop understanding about the importance of sociology in Nursing and interrelationships of individual in society and community.
- CO2. Identify the different types of caste, class, culture influence of health illness and health practices.
- CO3. Describe the growth of population in India and its impact on health understanding various social groups and their interaction on health.
- CO4. Develop understanding about types of family, marriage and interrelationship of social organization.
- CO5. Apply the knowledge to identify different type of community in India and their health practices, understanding about the nurse’s role to dealing with social problem in India.
- CO6. Identify the nature and process of social control understanding process of social change.
MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING- I (NS 2002)
- CO1. Understand the concepts of Medical Surgical asepsis and role of a nurse in caring for adult patient.
- CO2. Identify the common signs, symptoms, problems and their Specific nursing interventions.
- CO3. Explain the etio-pathophysiology, diagnostic measures, clinical manifestation and management of patients with disorders of respiratory systems and cardiovascular system, digestive system, endocrine system,
- CO4. Illustrate the etio-pathophysiology, diagnostic measures, clinical manifestation and management of patients with disorders of genitourinary, male reproductive communicable, immunological, musculoskeletal and integumentary system. CO5. Develop the organization and physical setup of Operation Theatre and identify the various equipment and instrument used for surgical procedure. CO6. Demonstrate competence in carrying nursing intervention for client with various systemic disorders.
PHARMACOLOGY (NS 2003)
- CO1. Describe pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics.
- CO2. Review the principles of drug calculation and administration.
- CO3. Explain the commonly used antiseptics and disinfectants.
- CO4. Describe the pharmacology of drugs acting on the GI system.
- CO5. Describe the pharmacology of drugs acting on the respiratory, endocrine system & in the treatment of cardiovascular and blood disorders. CO6. Describe the drugs acting on skin and drugs used to treat communicable diseases.
PATHOLOGY AND GENETICS (NS 2003)
- CO1. Describe issues, concepts, principles, quality standards and trends related to critical care nursing. Apply the knowledge of pathology in understanding the deviations from normal to abnormal pathology.
- CO2. Rationalize the various laboratory investigations in diagnosing pathological disorders.
- CO3. Demonstrate the understanding of the methods of collection of blood, body cavity fluids, urine and faeces for various tests. CO4. Apply the knowledge of genetics in understanding the various pathological disorders.
- CO5. Appreciate the various manifestations in patients with diagnosed genetic abnormalities. CO6. Rationalize the specific diagnostic tests in the detection of genetic abnormalities
COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING – I (NS 2004)
- CO1. Describe concept and dimensions of health.
- CO2. Explain the determinants of health.
- CO3. Enumerate the concept, scope, uses, methods and approaches of epidemiology.
- CO4. Classify the Epidemiology of specific communicable and non-communicable disease and nursing management.
- CO5. Describe the concepts and scope of demography, methods of data collection, analysis and Interpretation of demographic data.
- CO6. Identify the impact of population explosion in India and describe methods of population control.
COMMUNICATION & EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (NS 2005)
- CO1. Explain the communication process and identify the technique of effective communication and establishment of IPR.
- CO2. Develop basic skill of counselling and guidance.
- CO3. Enumerate the philosophy and principles of education.
- CO4. Explain the teaching learning process by using various teaching methods.
- CO5. Develop and use different types of educational media effectively.
- CO6. Impact teaching individual, groups and communities about health through their active participation.
COURSE OUTCOMES FOR COURSES OF B.Sc.(N) 3 rd YEAR MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING-II (NS 3001)
- CO1. Explain the etiology, pathophysiology, manifestation, diagnostic studies, treatment and complication of selected common medical and surgical disorder.
- CO2. Summarize complete health assessment to establish a data base for providing quality patient care and integrate the knowledge of diagnostic test in the process of data collection.
- CO3. Transfer diagnostic list according to priority and formulate nursing care plan.
- CO4. Illustrate nursing procedure skilfully and scientific principles while giving comprehensive nursing care to patients.
- CO5. Prioritize knowledge of anatomy, physiology, nutrition and pharmacology in caring for patients experiencing various medical and surgical disorders.
- CO6. Demonstrate skill in assisting / performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
CHILD HEALTH NURSING (NS 3002)
- CO1. Develop understanding of history, modern concept, principles, national policies, programmes, legislations of child health care.
- CO2. Identify the developmental needs of children and provide parental guidance.
- CO3. Demonstrate competencies in new-born assessment, planning and implementation of care to normal and high-risk new-born including neonatal resuscitation
- CO4. Apply the knowledge of pathophysiology and provide nursing care to children with common childhood diseases
- CO5. Apply the principles and strategies of Integrated management of neonatal and childhood illness (IMNCI)
- CO6. Identify the various preventive, promotive and rehabilitative aspects of child care and apply them in providing nursing care to children in the hospital and in the community.
MENTAL HEALTH NURSING (NS 3003)
- CO1. Describe the concept, history, scope, and trends in Mental Health Nursing.
- CO2. Discuss the etiology, Pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic criteria and management of patients with various mental disorders.
- CO3. Identify techniques of therapeutic communication, phases of therapeutic relationship, therapeutic impasses and its intervention.
- CO4. Demonstrate role of nurse in the assessment, and therapies used in mental disorders.
- CO5. Appreciate the legal aspects and procedures applicable for mentally ill patients.
- CO6. Explain models of preventive psychiatry and various community mental health services.
NURSING RESEARCH AND STATISTICS (NS 3004)
- CO1. Describe the concept of research, terms, need and areas of research in Nursing and enlist the steps of research process.
- CO2. Identify and state the research problem, objectives and review the related literature.
- CO3. Explain the research approaches and designs and the sampling process
- CO4. Discuss the methods of data collection & Analyse, interpret and summarize the research data.
- CO5. Apply the use of statistics, scales of measurement and graphical presentation of data.
- CO6. Elaborate the measures of central tendency, variability, methods of correlation and communicate the research findings.
COURSE OUTCOMES FOR COURSES OF B.Sc. (N) 4 th YEAR MIDWIFERY AND OBSTETRICAL NURSING (NS 4001)
- CO1. Demonstrate professional accountability for the delivery of nursing care as per INC standards/ICM competencies that are consistent with moral, altruistic, legal, ethical, regulatory and humanistic principles in midwifery practice.
- CO2. Communicate effectively with individuals, families and professional colleagues fostering mutual respect and shared decision making to enhance health outcomes.
- CO3. Recognize the trends and issues in midwifery and obstetrical nursing.
- CO4. Review and describe the anatomy and physiology of human reproductive system and conception.
- CO5. Describe and apply physiology in the management of normal pregnancy, birth and puerperium.
- CO6. Demonstrate competency in providing respectful and evidence based maternity care for women during the antenatal, intra-natal and postnatal period.
COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING-II (NS 4002)
- CO1. Define Concepts, scope, principles and historical development of community health and community Health nursing
- CO2. Apply theories of nursing, nursing process to the delivery of population focused nursing care.
- CO3. List the functions of various levels of health care delivery system and their staffing pattern rural and urban areas.
- CO4. Educate individuals, families, groups and communities from a variety of cultural backgrounds about health promotion, health protection and disease prevention.
- CO5. Describe components of health services, alternative system of health promotion and health maintenance.
- CO6. Discuss health plans, policies, various health committees, health programmes and health problems in India.
MANAGEMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND EDUCATION (NS 4003)
- CO1. Appreciate the history and development in the field of Community Health Nursing including legal and ethical issues. Explain the principles, functions, elements and process of management.
- CO2. Describe the management of Nursing educational institutions and Nursing services in the hospital and community.
- CO3. Discuss the concepts, theories and techniques of organizational behaviour and human relations.
- CO4. Participate in planning and organizing in service education program.
- CO5. Demonstrate competencies in ethical and legal responsibilities of a professional nurse.
- CO6. Explore the various opportunities for professional advancement.
Subject to Study
1. Communicative English
2. Applied Anatomy
3. Applied Physiology
4. Applied Sociology
5. Applied Psychology
6. Nursing Foundations-I
1. Applied Biochemistry
2. Applied Nutrition and Dietetics
3. Nursing Foundations-II
4. Health/Nursing Informatics & Technology
1. Applied Microbiology and Infection Control including Safety
4. Adult Health (Medical Surgical) Nursing-I with integrated pathophysiology
2. Pathology-II & Genetics
3. Adult Health Nursing-II with integrated pathophysiology including Geriatric Nursing
4. Professionalism, Professional Values & Ethics including Bioethics
1. Child Health Nursing-I
2. Mental Health Nursing-I
3. Community Health Nursing-I (including Environmental Science & Epidemiology)
4. Educational Technology/Nursing Education
5. Introduction to Forensic Nursing and Indian Laws
1. Child Health Nursing-II
2. Mental Health Nursing-II
3. Nursing Management & Leadership
4. Midwifery/Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OBG) Nursing-I
1. Community Health Nursing II
2. Nursing Research & Statistics
3. Midwifery/Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OBG) Nursing-II
Internship (Intensive Practicum/Residency Posting)
METHOD OF TRAINING
The training of postgraduate for degree shall be full time with graded responsibilities in the management and treatment of patients entrusted to his/her care. The participation of the students in all facets of educational process is essential. Every candidate should take part in seminars, group discussions, grand rounds, case demonstration, clinics, journal review meetings, CPC and clinical meetings. Every candidate should participate in the teaching and training programme of undergraduate students. Training should include involvement in laboratory and experimental work, and research studies
Attendance, Progress and Conduct
A candidate pursuing degree/diploma course should work in the concerned department of the institution for the full period as a full time student. No candidate is permitted to own a clinic/work in clinic/laboratory/nursing home while studying postgraduate course. Moreover, no candidate shall join any other course of study or appear for any other examination conducted by this university or any other university in India or abroad during the period of registration.
Each year shall be taken as a unit for the purpose of calculating attendance. Every candidate shall have not less than 80 percent of attendance in each year.
Monitoring Progress of Studies
Work Diary / Log Book
Every candidate shall maintain a work diary and record of his/ her participation in the training programme conducted by the department such as journal reviews, seminars, etc. Special mention may be made of the presentations by the candidate as well as details of clinical or laboratory procedures, if any conducted by the candidate. The work diary shall be scrutinized and certified by the Head of the Department and Head of the Institution, and presented in the university practical/clinical examination.
The concerned departments should conduct minimum three tests, two of them be annual tests, one at the end of first year and the other in the second year. The third test (Mock Test) should be held three months before the final examination. The tests should include written papers, practical / clinical and viva voce. Records and marks obtained in such tests will be maintained by the Head of the Department and sent to the University, when called for.
Records and marks obtained in tests will be maintained by the Head of the Department and will be made available to the University when called for.
Every candidate pursuing B.Sc degree course is required to carry out work on a selected research project under the guidance of a recognized post graduate teacher. The results of such a work shall be submitted in the form of a dissertation.
Dissertation includes identification of a problem, formulation of a hypothesis, search and review of literature, getting acquainted with recent advances, designing of a research study, collection of data, critical analysis, comparison of results and drawing conclusions.
Every candidate shall submit in the prescribed proforma, a synopsis containing particulars of proposed dissertation work within six months from the date of commencement of the course on or before the dates notified by the University. The synopsis shall be sent through the proper channel.
Such synopsis will be reviewed and the dissertation topic will be registered by the University. No change in the dissertation topic or guide shall be made without prior approval of the University.
Four copies of dissertation thus prepared shall be submitted, six months before final examination on or before the dates notified by the University. The dissertation shall be valued by examiners appointed by the University. Approval of the dissertation work is an essential precondition for a candidate to appear in the University examination.
A candidate whose dissertation has been accepted by the examiners, but who is declared to have failed at the examination will be permitted to reappear at the subsequent B.Sc examination without having to prepare a new dissertation. If, however, the dissertation is rejected, the authorities shall give reason thereof and suggestion for the improvement of the same and the dissertation thus improved will have to be resubmitted to the examiners and accepted before appearing in B. Sc. examination.
Anatomy and Physiology –Question paper will consist of Section-A Anatomy of 37 marks and Section-B Physiology should be of 38 marks.
- Nutrition and Biochemistry and Question paper will consist of Section-A Nutrition of 45 marks and Section-B of Biochemistry of 30 marks.
- Pharmacology, genetics, pathology: Section-A of Pharmacology with 38 marks, Section-B of Pathology of 25 and Section-C of Genetics with 12 marks.
- Nursing Research & Statistics- Nursing Research should be of 50 marks and Statistics of 25 marks.
- Minimum pass marks shall be 40% for English only.
- Theory and Practical exams for Introduction to computer to e conducted as College exam and marks to be sent to the University for Inclusion in the marks sheet.
- Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the Theory and Practical papers separately.
- A candidate must have minimum of 80% attendance (irrespective of the kind of absence) in theory and practical in each subject foe appearing foe examination.
- A candidate must have 100% attendance in each of the practical areas before award of degree.
- A candidate has to pass in theory and practical exam separately in each of the paper.
- If a candidate fails in either theory or practical paper he/she has to re-appear for both the papers (Theory and Practical).
- The candidate if fails can be permitted for admission to next year
- The candidate shall have to clear all the previous examination before appearing for final year examination
- No Institution shall submit average internal marks of the test students more than 75% i.e, if 40 students are admitted in a course, the average score of the 40 students shall not exceed 75% of total internal marks.(Example of 5 students: A=25, B=20, C=22,D=21,E=24 Average score = 89.6%. This will not be accepted by the State Nursing Registration Council)
- The maximum period to complete the course successfully should not exceed 8 years.
- Maximum number of candidates for Practical examination should not exceed 20 per day.
- All practical examination must be held in the respective clinical areas.
- One Internal and one external examiner should jointly conduct practical examination for each student.
- An examiner should be a lecturer or above in a college of nursing with M. Sc. (N) in concerned subject and minimum of 3 years of teaching experience in the collegiate program. To be an examiner for nursing foundations course faculty having M. Sc. (N) with any specialty shall be considered.
- On completion of Internship internal assessment of 100 marks should be sent to the University for Inclusion in the mark sheets.
- Final year marks shall be withheld till the candidate completes attendance for practical and internship.
- 3rd Year- Rs. 1500/- per month
- 4th Year (First 6 months)- Rs. 2000/- per month
- 4th Year (Last 6 months)- Rs. 5000/- per month
- 10th standard Pass Certificate for proof of date of birth (Original)
- 10+2 Marksheet (Original)
- 10+2 Pass Certificate (Original)
- Migration certificate
- Transfer Certificate or School Leaving Certificate issued by the school last attended (Original)
- Conduct/ Character Certificate issued by the school last attended (Original)
- Candidates allotted seat must carry one of the ID proof at the time of admission i.e PAN Card, Driving License, Voter Id, Passport or Aadhar card (Original)
- Four recent passport size photographs
- One set of photocopies of all the above documents