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200 LEVEL



  • ANA211 Systemic and Functional Anatomy (Unit – 2) Status – C
  • ANA212 Regional Anatomy (Unit – 2) Status – C
  • GST211 Environment and Sustainable Development (Unit – 2) Status – R
  • GST222 Peace and Conflict Studies (Unit – 2) Status – R
  • GST223 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Unit – 2) Status – R
  • GST224 Leadership Skills (Unit – 2) Status – R
  • NSC201 Foundations of Nursing Science (Unit – 3) Status – C
  • NSC205 Developmental Psychology (Unit – 2) Status – R
  • NSC206 Biochemistry – General and Medical (Unit – 3) Status – R
  • NSC207 Medical Microbiology and Parasitology (Unit – 3) Status – R
  • NSC208 General and Cellular Pathology (Unit – 3) Status – R
  • NSC299 Students’ Industrial Work Experience (Unit – 3) Status – C
  • PHE201 Biostatistics (Unit – 2) Status – C
  • POL201 Political Science (Unit – 2) Status – R
ANA211 Systemic and Functional Anatomy (Unit – 2) Status – C

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ANA212 Regional Anatomy (Unit – 2) Status – C

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GST211 Environment and Sustainable Development (Unit – 2) Status – R

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GST222 Peace and Conflict Studies (Unit – 2) Status – R

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GST223 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Unit – 2) Status – R

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GST224 Leadership Skills (Unit – 2) Status – R

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NSC201 Foundations of Nursing Science (Unit – 3) Status – C

The course provides a foundation of concepts, theories and principles which enables the student understand and integrate the content that is the composite of nursing as a science and an art.  Introduction to Professional Nursing, Meaning of Health and illness. Nursing as it relates to health care, social and cultural set up. Concepts and trends in Nursing. Interpersonal relationships in Nursing.  Ethics and philosophy of Nursing. Concepts of Primary Health Care. Components of Primary Health Care. Care of client. Comfort and safety measures. Diagnostic measures. Health Education.

The Nursing process and the utilization of scientific principles in the practice of Nursing. Philosophy of Nursing, Physical assessment, Theoretical basis for nursing practice.

NSC205 Developmental Psychology (Unit – 2) Status – R

Emphasis in this course is on development from conception through childhood and adolescence. Theories of learning, Psychology of Education and the nurse. Human growth and development. The nature and structure of intelligence, Individual difference. Determinants of health behaviour

NSC206 Biochemistry – General and Medical (Unit – 3) Status – R

The course deals with the chemistry of important biological compounds stressing their biogenesis and reaction mechanism.

Introduction to Biochemistry.  Introductory kinetics and energetic. Chemistry of proteins and enzymes Chemistry and metabolism of carbohydrates, Lipids, Vitamins as co-enzymes.  Integration of metabolism, Oxidation, Nucleic acids, RNA and protein synthesis, Diet, Food value, and Vitamin deficiency.

NSC207 Medical Microbiology and Parasitology (Unit – 3) Status – R

The course covers the study of the characteristics and classification of microorganisms.  It enables the student identify infective agents that cause disease in  man and to apply the knowledge of disease processes in terms of personal and communal health.

Characterisation and classification of characteristics of bacteria morphology, physiology, reproduction and metabolism of bacteria. Host – parasite relationship.

Infection, pathogenicity and virulence. Exo-and endotoxins. Susceptibility and resistance to infection, natural resistance, phagocytosis, antibodies. Natural and acquired immunity, Immunization – active and passive.  Anaphylaxis, Hypersensitivity and Allergy.

Control of microorganisms, sterilization, disinfection. Chemotherapeutic agents and Antibiotics.

NSC208 General and Cellular Pathology (Unit – 3) Status – R

The course covers general mechanisms, the pathogenesis of disease and the dynamic nature of disease as it evolves from its incipient stage to its full expression.  The effect of disease on organs and distant parts of the body are discussed.

Pathology and the nature of disease. Chemistry of cell damage and the dying cell. Inflammation and infection. Inflammatory response and chemical mediators. Immunity and cellular immune response. Principles of repair and reorganization of cell structure.

NSC299 Students’ Industrial Work Experience (Unit – 3) Status – C

Students will be posted to recognized and relevant placement areas of their choice during the industrial training. The twelve weeks will be spent in hospitals.  Continuous assessment of students will be undertaken jointly by their industrial-based supervisors, ITF officials and institutional supervisors. Finally, students on returning to the institution will present a seminar on major duties performed and skills acquired during the training. Grades are allotted according to ITF directives.

PHE201 Biostatistics (Unit – 2) Status – C

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POL201 Political Science (Unit – 2) Status – R

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