Online BSc Nursing Training | Mantram Study Group

Online BSc Nursing Training


Online BSc Nursing Training

Online BSc Nursing Training

Mantram Study Group excels in delivering Online BSc Nursing Training designed for aspiring nurses seeking flexibility and comprehensive education.

Our program utilizes the latest e-learning technologies to provide interactive, live-streamed lectures, virtual labs, and extensive digital resources.

Expert faculty provides real-time feedback and personalized support to ensure mastery over complex nursing concepts and techniques.

This online format is perfect for students balancing other commitments while preparing for a successful career 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. How long is nurse training?

Nurse training through the General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) program lasts 3.5 years.

This diploma course includes a compulsory 6-month internship, providing comprehensive training and practical experience.

Students eligible for this course should have completed their 12th grade in the science stream, with English as a mandatory subject.

Q. Which is more suitable for me: MBBS or Nursing?

Choosing between MBBS and nursing depends on your career goals and personal interests. An MBBS degree will give you more responsibilities and the autonomy to make medical decisions and manage patient care directly as a doctor.

On the other hand, a BSc in Nursing prepares you to support these medical decisions, play a critical role in patient care, and work collaboratively under the supervision of doctors.

Both paths are vital to healthcare but offer different perspectives and day-to-day experiences.

Q. Can I pursue an MBBS after completing a BSc in Nursing?

Yes, you can pursue an MBBS after obtaining your BSc in Nursing. To do so, you must pass the NEET and NMAT exams, essential for admission into the four-year M.D. program in India.

Passing the NEET is a mandatory step for anyone looking to enter undergraduate medical courses in India, ensuring a standardized level of competency for all prospective medical students.