Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy in India

Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy in India


Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy in India

Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy in India

Mantram Study Group's Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy is a pioneer in India, providing exemplary coaching tailored to the demands of nursing entrance examinations.

Our online platform features interactive live classes, personalized mentoring, and a wealth of resources, including comprehensive study materials and a series of mock tests designed to mimic the exam environment.

Our expert faculty are dedicated to ensuring students understand and master the material, preparing them thoroughly for success.

With Mantram, gain the confidence and skills needed to excel in your nursing entrance exams from the convenience of your home.

Contact us at Mantram Study Group, SCO No. 80-81, First Floor, Sector 15-D and also in Sector 34, Chandigarh (Near Gate No. 2, Panjab University Chandigarh – Contact – 9779797575/ 9463049859)


Q. Is a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree four years long?

In many countries, such as the United States and India, a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree is completed in three years.

However, certain institutions offer extended or specialized BSc programs that may take four years to complete. These more extended programs often include more in-depth study or additional subjects.

Q. Can I earn two BSc degrees in different fields?

Absolutely! You can pursue more than one BSc degree consecutively, each in a different subject area. Once you complete your first Bachelor's degree, you can apply for another BSc program in another field.

The second Bachelor's degree admission process is as straightforward as your initial application after high school.

Q. What does a circulatory nurse do?

A circulatory nurse, also known as a circulating nurse, plays a crucial role in surgical operations. They are registered nurses whose responsibilities include:

  • Preparing the operation area.
  • Continuously monitoring the surgical procedures.
  • Maintaining the well-being of both the patient and the surgical staff.

They work outside the sterile field of the operating room but are integral in recording the surgery's progress, managing surgical instruments, and handling specimens. Their role is vital for the smooth execution and safety of surgical operations.