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Calicut University

 

Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology

FIRST YEAR

Sl No

SUBJECT

THEORY (CLASS +LAB

PRACTICAL (CLINICAL)

1

ANATOMY

80

20

2

PHYSIOLOGY

80

 

3

MICROBIOLOGY

45

15

4

BIOCHEMISTRY

30

 

5

NUTRITION

40

20

6

PSYCHOLOGY

60

 

7

SOCIOLOGY

50

 

8

NURSING FOUNDATION

465 (265+200)

450

9

ENGLISH

30

 

10

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER

20

30

11

INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH

40

40

 

TOTAL

940

575


SECOND YEAR

Sl No

SUBJECT

THEORY(CLASS +LAB

PRACTICAL (CLINICAL)

 

MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING

 ( ADULT AND GERIATRICS)

PART I –MEDICAL NURSING INCLUDING DERMATOLOGY AND COMMUNICABLE DISEASE NURSING

140

 

480

 

 

PART II – SURGICAL NURSING INCLUDING OR TECHNIQUE AND EYE AND ENT NURSING

 

120

 

560

2

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING-1

80

120

3

PHARMACOLOGY

45

 

4

PATHOLOGY

30

 

 

TOTAL

415

1160


THIRD YEAR

 

Sl No

SUBJECT

THEORY (CLASS +LAB

PRACTICAL (CLINICAL)

 1   

MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING (ADULT INCLUDING  GERIATRICS ) II

140

400

2

CHILD HEALTH NURSING

110

400

3

MENTAL HEALTH NURSING

100

320

4

NURSING  RESEARCH AND STATISTICS

50(35+ 15)

80

 

TOTAL

400

1200

 

FOURTH YEAR

 

Sl No

SUBJECT

THEORY  (IN HRS)

CLASS AND LAB)

PRACTICAL (CLINICAL)

1

OBSTETRICAL AND GYNECOLOGICAL NURSING

90+30

 

 

480+160

2

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING –II

90

320

3

NURSING EDUCATION

60

160

4

MANAGEMENT OF NURSING SERVICES AND EDUCATION

60

160

 

TOTAL

330

1280


Rules and Regulations of the Examinations

1.    Nutrition and Biochemistry Question paper will consist of SectionA Nutrition of 50 marks and Section B Biochemistry of 25 marks. 
2.   Nursing Research &Statistics-Nursing Research should be Section-A of 50 marks and Statistics section B of 25 marks  
3.  Theory and Practical exams for introduction to computer is to be conducted as College exam (internal only) and marks are to be sent to the University for inclusion in the mark sheet. 
4.  All practical examinations are to be conducted in the respective clinical area. 
5.   One internal and external examiner should jointly conduct practical examination to each stuident.
6.   An examiner should be a lecturer or above in a college of nursing with M. Sc (N) in the concerned  subject and minimum of 3 years teaching experience in the collegiate programme. To be an examiner for Nursing Foundation course, faculty having M.Sc (N) in any speciality shall be considered. 
7.  Calculation of internal marks shall be based on the ongoing and continuous assessment as specified below. 
     I.  Theory:
a.  Periodic written examination distributed through out the year (minimum 3 in a year for each subject of University Examination.) 
b.   Evaluation by other methods like assignments, seminars, projects etc. 
  II. Practical (Clinical)
a. Continuous clinical evaluation during the clinical experience of the students in specific clinical areas, nursing care study, clinical presentation, planned health teaching programme, projects etc. 

Regulations

1.  University examination shall be conducted ordinarily twice in a year.(one regular and one supplementary examination every year) 
2.    Candidate shall register for all parts of examination in their first appearance.
3.   Candidates who have undergone the prescribed course of study for a period not less than 10 months of the academic year only can appear for the examination. No candidate shall be admitted to any part of the examination unless he/she has secured a minimum of 80% or above attendance separately in theory classes as well as practical in each subject.
4.  A candidate who is absent for a total of more than 60 days continuous or interrupted within a period of three months during an academic year shall not be eligible to continue  the  course  with the same batch of students. He/she may obtain special sanction for readmission with the junior batch from higher authorities (University/DME/Govt.of Kerala.)
5.   A candidate must have minimum of 80% attendance in both theory and practical separately in each subject for appearing the university examination. 
6.  Candidates who fail to appear for examination in any part or parts owing to the shortage of required attendance shall make up the lost attendance before appearing for the succeeding examination. 
7.  If the shortage is beyond the condonable limit the candidate should repeat with the junior batch. 
8.  Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the Theory and practical papers separately for internal examinations. 
9.    The internal marks shall be signed by the candidate before transmission to the university. 
 10.   Minimum  pass marks shall be 50% in each of the theory and practical papers separately for university examinations 
 11.  A candidate must have 100% attendance in each of the practical areas before award of Degree. 
 12.  A candidate has to pass in theory and practical exam separately in each of the paper. 
 13. If a candidate fails in either theory or practical paper he/she  has to reappear for both the papers (Theory and practical) 
 14.   A candidate who fails in any paper or part in the examination may appear for that paper or part in the subsequent examination. 
15. Maximum number of attempts permitted for each paper is 3 including first attempt. 
 16.   Candidate shall not be admitted to the subsequent higher examination unless the candidate has passed the previous examination. 
17.  The maximum period to complete the course successfully should not exceed 8 years.   
18.  Maximum number of candidates for practical examination should not exceed 15 per day.
19.  Candidate who pass all parts of examination on the first occasion of appearing there of shall be ranked in order of proficiency as determined by the total marks obtained and shall be arranged in two classes. 

Second class: Candidates who have passed the examination with an aggregate of 50% and    above.

First class: Those who have secured65% marks aggregate or above.

Distinction: Those students who have secured an aggregate of 75 or above marks be awarded distinction. Candidate who pass in first class and who obtain not less than 75% of marks in any subject shall be deemed to have passed with distinction in that subject. Candidates who pass the examination in subsequent appearance shall be ranked only in second class.

20.  Rank in the examination: Aggregate marks of all the 4 years regular examination shall be considered for awarding rank for the B.Sc Nursing. A consolidated mark list consisting of all 4 year examinations shall be given to all the students           

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

 First Year

Subject

                      Assessment

Hours

Internal

External

Total

Theory

1.  Anatomy

 

2 1/2

 

25

 

75

 

100

2.  Physiology

2 1/2

25

75

100

3.  Microbiology

2 1/2

25

75

100

4.  Nutrition & Biochemistry

2 1/2

25

75

100

5.   Psychology

2 1/2

25

75

100

6.   Sociology

2 1/2

25

75

100

7.   Nursing Foundations

3

50

100

150

8.   English

2

25

 

25

9.   Introduction to Computer

2

25

 

25

10. Introduction to Community Health

2

50

 

50

Practical and Viva Voce

 

 

 

 

     1. Nursing Foundations

8

50

100

150

TOTAL

 

350

650

1000

Second Year       

Subject

                      Assessment

Hours

Internal

External

Total

Theory

Paper. I    Medical Nursing including Dermatology and Communicable Disease Nursing 

3

50

100

150

Paper. II   Surgical Nursing including OR Technique and Eye & ENT Nursing

3

50

100

150

Paper. III   Pharmacology

2

25

50

75

Paper. IV   Community Health Nursing- I

3

50

100

150

Practical and Viva Voce

 

 

 

 

       1. Medical Nursing

8

50

100

150

       2. Surgical Nursing

8

50

100

150

TOTAL

 

275

550

825

Third year

         Subject

                       Assessment

Hours

Internal

External

Total

Theory

1.  Medical Surgical Nursing- I

3

50

100

150

2.   Child Health Nursing including Genetics

3

50

100

150

3.   Mental Health Nursing

3

50

100

150

4.   Nursing Research & Statistics

2 1/2

25

75

100

Practical and Viva Voce

 

 

 

 

1.   Medical- Surgical Nursing

8

50

100

150

2.   Child Health Nursing

8

50

100

150

3.   Mental Health Nursing

8

50

100

150

TOTAL

 

325

675

1000

Fourth Year

         Subject

                            Assessment

Hours

Internal

External

Total

Theory

1.   Nursing Education

3

50

100

150

2.   Nursing Administration

3

50

100

150

3.   Obstetrics & Gynaecological Nursing

3

50

100

150

4.   Community Nursing- II

3

50

100

150

Practical and Viva Voce

 

 

 

 

1.  Obstetrics & Gynaecological Nursing

8

50

100

150

2.  Community Health Nursing- II

8

50

100

150

       TOTAL

 

300

600

900

 

 

      ONE YEAR COMPULSORY INTERNSHIP

 

Sl No

Subject

Clinical

 (in weeks)

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

 

Medical Nursing

Surgical  Nursing

Pediatric Nursing

Obstetric &  Gynecologic Nursing

Psychiatric  Nursing

Community health   nursing

Elective  (optional posting)

 

12 weeks

8  weeks

8  weeks

8  weeks

4  weeks

4  weeks

8  weeks

 

 

 

 

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