Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy

Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy


Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy

Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy

Mantram Study Group's Online BSc Nursing Entrance Coaching Academy offers top-tier preparation for aspiring nurses across India.

Our online platform delivers a comprehensive and interactive learning experience designed to mimic classroom settings with the flexibility of remote access.

The courses are taught by experienced instructors specializing in nursing education, providing live classes, personalized mentoring, and extensive practice sessions.

Our focus on detailed study materials, continuous evaluation, and adaptive teaching methods ensures every student gains the proficiency needed to succeed in their entrance exams. Enroll with Mantram to secure your future in nursing.

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. What are the next steps after completing a BSc in Nursing?

After earning a BSc in Nursing, graduates have several options for furthering their education and career. Many choose to pursue a Master of Science in Nursing (MSc) or a postgraduate diploma in Nursing to deepen their knowledge and specialize in specific areas.

Alternatively, pursuing an MBA in Hospital Management is a popular choice as it leverages nurses' extensive understanding of hospital operations, opening up healthcare administration and management opportunities.

Q. Is a BSc degree a four-year course now?

Traditionally, a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree is completed in three years in many parts of the world, including the United States and India.

However, certain universities offer extended or specialized programs that can take up to four years to complete, depending on the nature and scope of the study area.

Q. When was International Nurses Day first established?

International Nurses Day was first established in January 1974 when the International Council of Nurses (ICN) declared May 12th to honour and recognize nurses worldwide.

This date was chosen to commemorate the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The tradition began in 1965, though it was formally recognized and celebrated starting in 1974.