Nursing is a caring profession which involves providing assistance to sick and healthy individual, family, and community in order to achieve the highest level of health and well being. The four year, B.Sc. Nursing program aims to prepare academically and clinically sound nursing graduates to fulfill the demand of graduate nurses to carry out the role of care provider, manager, teacher and researcher in various health institutions in the country. The program includes the theoretical and practical course for developing essential knowledge and clinical competence in practicing nursing in various areas.
Nepal Medical College has started B. Sc. Nursing program from August 2012 with the affiliation of Kathmandu University. Twenty students in first batch and eighteen students in second batches have been enrolled in the program from different parts of Nepal. There are so far, nine full time and two part time nursing faculties in nursing and other full time faculties in basic sciences who are taking fully responsibilities to teach Integrated Health Science, with the coordination of nursing department. The first batch has completed the final examination of first year conducted by Kathmandu University with 95% success rate. (19 out of 20 students were passed). In near future thirty students will be able to enroll in the third batch of B.Sc. nursing. Proposal to add ten students has been submitted to the Kathmandu University as well as to Nepal Nursing council for the approval. Furthermore, Nepal Medical College is planning to begin Bachelor in Nursing Science in near future.