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1 | Page BHOPAL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE BHOPAL NURSING COLLEGE Department of Health Research, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India PROSPECTUS POST BASIC B. Sc NURSING ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-18 Recognized by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi Raisen Bypass Road, Karond, Bhopal 462038 Phone No.: 0755-2742279, 0755-2742212-16 Extn. 8821, 8803, 8805, 8831 Fax: 0755-2748309 Email: [email protected] Website: www.bmhrc.org Application Fee Rs 750/- for Unreserved Rs 500/- for OBC Free of cost for SC/ST/Physically Challenged

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    Department of Health Research,

    Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India



    ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-18

    Recognized by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi

    Raisen Bypass Road, Karond, Bhopal 462038

    Phone No.: 0755-2742279, 0755-2742212-16 Extn. 8821, 8803, 8805,


    Fax: 0755-2748309

    Email: [email protected] Website: www.bmhrc.org

    Application Fee

    Rs 750/- for Unreserved

    Rs 500/- for OBC

    Free of cost for SC/ST/Physically



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    Sl. No. Title Page No

    1. Introduction Mission







    2. Objectives of the course

    P.B.B.Sc. Nursing


    3. Facilities available

    Curricular zone

    Clinical zone

    Community zone

    Co-curricular zone





    4. Courses offered

    Seats Available

    Reservation of seats for each category



    5. Eligibility criteria 10

    6. Procedure to apply 11

    7. Selection process

    Entrance test

    counseling 12

    8. Fee structure 14

    9. Hostel accommodation 15

    10. Code of conduct 15

    11. Calendar Note 19

    12. Common instructions 20

    13. Annexure I. Application form II. Admit Card III. Attendance Sheet IV. Endorsement by employer(sponsored






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    Message from the Director Dear Candidates,

    Nursing Is All About Touching Lives, And Lives Touching Yours Along The Way

    Welcome to Bhopal Nursing College of Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research

    Centre (BMHRC), Bhopal.

    BMHRC, Bhopal is an institute under the Department of Health Research (DHR),

    Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoH&FW), Government of India. Bhopal

    Nursing College in BMHRC was established in November, 2003. Bhopal Nursing

    College is one of the finest Nursing Institutes in the state of Madhya Pradesh with

    students from all over India. BMHRC has excellent infrastructure facilities like 357

    bedded super specialty hospital, state-of-the-art class rooms, clinical laboratories,

    library, multipurpose hall-cum-auditorium, play grounds & girls hostel for adequate


    The teaching and training courses being run at the institute not only fulfill the

    objective of capacity building for increasing trained professionals in the field of

    health care but also in an integrated form create synergetic impact through

    inculcating ethical and human values in young students for the benefit of society and

    the nation at large. The aim of Bhopal Nursing College is not only to teach nursing

    but also to develop the overall personality of the students.

    I wish you all a bright career in the field of Nursing.

    Dr. Prabha Desikan


    BMHRC, Bhopal

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    Message from the Principal

    Dear candidate,

    We welcome you to Bhopal Nursing College, BMHRC, Bhopal. If you wish

    to grow a garden, you need a lot of water in the form of perspiration. Bhopal

    Memorial Hospital & Research Centre is a super specialty health care hospital which

    was set up to provide health care to the victims of 1984 gas tragedy in Bhopal.

    Bhopal Nursing College, started in the year 2003 has achieved recognition as one of

    leading Nursing Institution in central India. A commitment for excellence in

    teaching, research, service and leadership is the essence of our institution.

    Under the able guidance of BMHRC management the college is evolving into

    a strong and productive unit providing quality health care and also providing the best

    nurses to the country,

    I am hopeful that this institution will grow to promote and propagate health

    care and ideologies of Florence Nightingale so that humanity may not suffer from the

    reverses of health and world citizens may live a healthy and happy life.

    Ms. Anita Nand


    Bhopal Nursing College

    BMHRC, Bhopal

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    Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre

    Caring is a way of life. This is the motto at Bhopal Memorial Hospital and

    Research Centre, a 357-bedded multi-specialty tertiary care centre situated at Bhopal,

    Madhya Pradesh, which is the centre / heart of India. The institute was started as per

    the directive of the Honorable Supreme Court of India to provide advanced tertiary

    level super-specialty care to the victims of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy (1984) as well as

    to extend its services to the public at large.

    Bhopal Nursing College, BMHRC is under the Department of Health

    Research, Ministry of Health And Family Welfare, Govt. of India. The hospital is a

    referral and tertiary care centre for thousands of MIC exposed patients who are first

    seen at the primary care level in the 8 mini units (satellite health centers) spread

    around in the city, and then referred to the advanced and specialized departments at

    the hospital. A sprawling, lush, green campus with a serene atmosphere greets the

    patients and their families when they reach the hospital. A tribute to the gas victims

    named Homage & Hope provides a soothing and reassuring feeling to the patients

    and their families.

    The state-of-the-art infrastructure of the hospital building with strategically

    designed health care facilities literally takes the breath away and yet lends a

    professionally confident quality to our care. Additional facilities like easily accessible

    rest homes and cafeterias add to the comfort level of patients and their caretakers. It

    takes a lot more than engineering and technology to make up a hospital. A team of

    diligent and dedicated highly qualified medical professionals, including specialists

    and super specialists, ably supported by efficient and warm nursing and paramedical

    staff is the crowning glory of this institution.

    Health care is just the first step in our service to the community, and can never

    be complete without research and spreading knowledge through teaching. The

    institute has a highly advanced research centre. Teaching facilities include a nursing

    college and a paramedical institute.


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    Caring, Compassion, and Commitment to excel in the field of health care is

    the mission at Bhopal Nursing College. Academic excellence is evident in the

    involvement of faculty and students in research.


    Bhopal Nursing College provides quality nursing education that makes it

    recognized as a leader in health professional education by qualified applicants,

    graduates, post graduates, and employee. We make a difference in the lives of our

    students, the practice of our profession and the health of the people we serve.


    Bhopal Nursing College believes that

    Health is a state of well-being that enables a person to lead a physically,

    psychologically, socially and economically productive life. Health is a right of

    all people.

    Nursing is a dynamic, therapeutic and educative process in meeting the health

    needs of society and assisting the individual & family to achieve their

    potential for self direction.

    Nursing is a profession, which is influenced by advances in science and

    technology, encouraging innovations in nursing and applying evidence based


    Nursing is based on values of caring and aims to help individuals to attain

    independence in self-care.

    All-round development of the student is important to make them an

    individual, a citizen as well as a professional nurse.

    The teacher has the responsibility to be a role model and create learning

    environment that enables students to acquire inquiry-driven, self-directed

    learning and to foster an attitude of life-long learning.

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    Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing

    The objectives of Post basic B.Sc (Nursing) programme are to upgrade the Diploma

    (GNM) nurses to

    - prepare nurses with a sound knowledge in nursing to enable them to function as an efficient member of the health team, with the

    competences in all level of health care settings.

    - help nurses to develop an ability to co-operate and co-ordinate with members of the health team.

    - provide personal and professional development to contribute at its maximum to the society.

    - serve as a base for further professional education and specialization in nursing.

    - prepare nurses to keep pace with advance professional and technological development and use the same for providing nursing

    care services.

    - emphasize the importance of continuing learning for their personal and professional development.

    - enable professional nurses to participate in research activities and utilize research findings in improving nursing practice.

    - demonstrate leadership qualities and managerial skills in different health settings.



    Lecture Halls

    Bhopal Nursing College has spacious lecture halls with comfortable seating

    arrangements and is also equipped with advanced teaching aids for effective teaching

    and learning experience.

    Institute Library

    The library of the BMHRC institute is stocked and equipped with more than 3,000

    medical & nursing books, Indian and International e-journals, newspapers,

    periodicals and magazines. E-journals can be accessed through internet using

    software Proquest, J-Gate + and clinical key.

    Information Technology Centre/Computer Lab

    The college has well established computer lab with internet facility which is

    accessible to all learners so as to keep themselves updated with the current trends and

    technologies in nursing.

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    Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Lab

    Maternal and child health is given prime attention in our country. The MCH lab is

    equipped with antenatal examination simulator, Gynecological examination model,

    delivery model, charts and other equipments.

    Nursing Foundation Lab

    Nursing is a skill based profession. Nursing Foundation Lab is equipped with all

    advanced equipments, articles, models, charts, and mannequins to enhance the

    nursing skills of the learners.

    Community Health Nursing Lab

    Community lab is well equipped to develop skills for rendering service in rural and

    urban community.

    Nutrition Lab Nutrition lab is equipped and well furnished with utensils, nutritional charts, models.

    It is well ventilated with good lighting and adequate water facilities.

    Pre-clinical Science Lab

    The lab is equipped with models, charts, specimens, microscopes and slides to

    provide better understanding of Human Anatomy, Physiology and Microbiology.

    Audio-visual Lab

    The audiovisual lab consist of OHP, LCD, TV, Posters, Flannel board, Model and

    other teaching learning materials for effective teaching learning process.

    Multipurpose Hall (Auditorium)

    The institute has an advanced auditorium with centralized air conditioning, adequate

    seating facility, modern light system and digital sound facility. Individual mike

    control facility is also available on chairs.


    Parent Hospital

    Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre is the parent Hospital of Bhopal

    Nursing College. It is a 357- bedded Super Specialty Hospital with advanced

    diagnostic laboratory.

    Affiliated Hospital

    Bhopal Nursing College is affiliated with 320 bedded Government Jai Prakash

    Hospital, Bhopal for Maternity and Pediatrics training.

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    Students of Bhopal Nursing College are regularly utilizing the rural and urban

    community area covered by Community Health Centre, Gandhi Nagar, Bhopal, and

    BMHRC Health Centers.

    Activities of the nursing students include early identification of health problems by

    regular home visits, participation in National Health Programmes like Pulse-Polio

    Immunization Programme, Measles Immunization Awareness Programme,

    Community Nutrition Development Programme, Reproductive and Child Health

    Services and School Health Services etc.


    Recreational Activities

    Facilities of in-door and outdoor games like chess, badminton, carom, volley ball,

    handball, tennis, cricket, hockey and football are available for the nursing students.

    One hour of outdoor activity per day is promoted for better physical health of the


    Cultural Activities

    Cultural programmes are organized on various occasions. The students are

    encouraged to participate in dance, skits, mime shows, tableaux etc to help promote

    inherent talent of the nursing students.




    Course Duration Seats available

    Total UR OBC SC ST

    1 Post Basic B. Sc.


    2 years 50 24 14 8 4


    *3% reservation will be given to Physically challenged Candidates on horizontal

    basis as per Govt. of India guidelines.

    Five seats in Post Basic B.Sc. nursing course will be considered for sponsored

    candidates who are in the employment of central/state Government

    Hospitals/Institutions or College of Nursing/School of nursing and whose names are

    sponsored by their employer. The sponsored candidate if selected should submit a

    relieving letter confirming sponsorship at the time of admission. If non availability of

    eligible sponsored candidates, the seats remain vacant and will be open to other

    candidates. The candidate must produce the sponsorship letter along with the filled

    application form,

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    Reservation of seats as per Govt. of India

    Other Backward Class (OBC) : 27%

    Scheduled Caste (SC) : 15%

    Scheduled Tribe (ST) : 7.5%

    Physically Handicapped : 3%

    If requisite number of suitable candidates is not available to fill up the seats

    reserved for the Scheduled Castes, the same will be filled by candidates

    belonging to the Scheduled Tribes and vice-versa. In case suitable candidates

    are not available from the two reserved categories, the vacant seats will be filled

    up by the candidates from the OBC category.

    In case suitable candidates are also not available in the OBC category, the

    same will be filled up by the candidates from the unreserved category. Issue

    date of caste certificate of OBC category should not be older than one year from

    the date of application.

    In respect of candidates belonging to SC and ST category a self-attested copy of

    community certificate should be produced. For candidates belonging to OBC

    non-creamy layer certificate along with application should be attached from any

    of the following authorities (District Magistrate/Additional District

    Magistrate/Collector/ Deputy Commissioner/Additional Deputy

    Commissioner/Deputy Collector/1st class Stipendiary Magistrate/City

    Magistrate/Sub divisional Magistrate/Taluk Magistrate/ Executive

    Magistrate/Extra Assistant Commissioner/Chief Presidency Magistrate/

    Additional Chief Presidency Magistrate/Revenue officer not below the rank of

    Tehsildar and Sub-Divisional officer of the area, where the candidate and/or

    his/her family normally resides) and the original certificate should be produced

    at the time of counseling/..

    If the candidate Fails to produce Non-Creamy layer certificate (NCLC) and

    community certificate he/she will be considered as unreserved category

    The Non-Creamy layer certificate from competent authority, should not be

    older than one year.

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    Physically Challenged

    3% of seats are reserved on horizontal basis for persons with disability (PWD)

    only for loco-motor disability to the tune of 40% to 50% of the lower extremity

    (as per Indian Nursing Council admission criteria). However, candidates may

    kindly note that in case of selection under PWD Category they will be required

    to produce disability certificate from one of the disability assessment board

    constitute by state or central government. Other eligibility criteria with regard to

    age and qualification will be the same as prescribed for each nursing


    In case the seats remain vacant under any reserved category the same shall be

    declared open and offered to the candidates under unreserved category in order

    of merit.

    ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA (as per Indian Nursing Council New Delhi)

    Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing

    The candidate must have passed the Higher Secondary or Senior Secondary or

    Intermediate or 10+2 or an equivalent examination recognized by the

    university for this purpose. Those who have done 10+1 in or before 1986, will

    be eligible for admission.

    The candidate must have passed and obtained a certificate in General Nursing

    and Midwifery and registered as R.N/R.M. with the State Nurses Registration


    A male nurse, trained before the implementation of the new integrated course

    besides being registered as a nurse with State Nurses Registration Council,

    shall produce evidence of training approved by Indian Nursing Council for a

    similar duration in lieu of midwifery in any one of the following areas:

    O.T. Techniques

    Ophthalmic Nursing

    Leprosy Nursing

    TB Nursing

    Psychiatric Nursing

    Neurological and Neuro Surgical Nursing

    Community Health Nursing

    Cancer Nursing

    Orthopedic Nursing

    Candidates shall be medically fit.

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    The prospectus for Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing course along with application

    form will be available on BMHRC website. The candidate shall download

    the application form from the web site, take print out and fill the same.

    No cash transaction in this regard will be entertained under any circumstances

    Last date for receiving filled application is 18th September 2017 up to 5.00 PM

    for Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing. No application form will be received after the

    closing date.

    The Bhopal Nursing College does not take any responsibility for Postal


    Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.

    Self attested copies of the certificates along with hard copy of filled

    application form should be submitted to The Bhopal Nursing College,

    Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre, Raisen By pass Road,

    Karond, Bhopal (MP) 462038 with requisite demand draft (750/- for UR,

    500/- for OBC, Nil for SC/ST and physically handicapped) from any bank

    drawn in favour of Director, Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research

    Centre, payable at Bhopal .


    Entrance Test

    Duration 2 Hours

    Marks 100

    The scheme of Entrance Examination is as follows:

    Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing: The entrance examination will be based on GNM syllabus.

    (Objective type (MCQs) paper of two hours duration and from six subjects as


    S. No. Subjects Marks

    1. Fundamentals of Nursing Medical Surgical Nursing including

    Professional Trends in Nursing.


    2. Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology


    3. Midwifery and Gynecological Nursing 15

    4. Pediatric Nursing 15

    5. Community Health Nursing 15

    6. Psychiatric Nursing 15

    Total 100

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    Entrance Examination will be conducted in English language only.

    Each correct response will get a score of one mark (1).

    More than one response will get a score of zero (0).

    No credit will be given for the question not answered.

    Admissions of the candidate are strictly on merit basis of entrance test.

    Based on the result of the Entrance Examination, combined as well as

    separate merit lists will be prepared for the Unreserved, OBC, Scheduled

    Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories.

    Individual correspondence/telephonic information in this regard will

    not be entertained.

    Admit cards for appearing in entrance exam will be issued by Bhopal

    Nursing College, BMHRC on the day of entrance examination at

    Bhopal Nursing College on producing valid photo ID proof.


    - In counseling, document verification and allotment of seats will be

    carried out for Reserved and Unreserved category.

    - If a candidate is found to have furnished any false Information

    /documents/testimonials, the admission of the candidate shall be

    cancelled at any stage of her/his admission without any further notice

    and legal action as deemed necessary shall be taken.


    - Allocation of admission will be on merit basis. - Number of candidates called for counseling will be based on

    availability of seats.

    - Order of counseling will be Unreserved, SC, ST and OBC. - When all the seats of unreserved category are finished then only

    reserved category counseling will be carried out.

    On the basis of the merit list based on the marks secured in entrance examination

    candidate will be invited for counseling by an Admission Committee. In case

    candidates belonging to SC, ST and OBC are not available, then the number of

    candidates from the unreserved category will be proportionately increased.

    The following factors will be considered at the time of counseling.

    Past academic attainment in the Nursing examination( GNM).

    Experience as a Staff Nurse.

    Candidate older in age will be preferred.

    - The counseling will be done strictly by combined merit list starting from Rank


    - In case of absentee, the next candidate in merit list will be considered.

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    These fees/charges are subject to change if required


    All University/Nursing council fees/dues will be charged as per University/Council norms and are subject to change.

    No fee shall be refunded once paid. Security money will be refunded after the completion of course of two years. In case of vacating the seat prior to

    completion of course, the security money will be forfeited.

    The entire fees except exam fees should be paid at the time of admission.

    Convocation fees @rupees 1000/- is payable at the time of convocation.(As per MPMSU ordinance)

    Transportation fee, Graduation & Oath taking ceremony fee will have to be paid separately as per the decision of management.

    Mess is compulsory for all nursing students residing in hostel. Mess charges are Rs. 1500/-per month currently* (subject to revision by service provider). These are

    payable to the service provider every month in advance by the students.

    No request for withdrawal of admission will be entertained after 25th October 2017.

    Hostel fee-Rs.1200/-year and water and electricity fee of Rs.3000/-year has to be paid at the time of admission (subject to change depending upon changes

    in tariff of water and electricity).

    SNA fees to be submitted as per SNA rules of TNAI.

    Transcript charges-Rs.2000/-(optional).

    S. No List of Items

    Fee Structure for PB B.Sc I YEAR

    In Rupees (Per annum)


    1. Registration fees 5

    2. Tuition fee 250

    3. Identity card 50

    4. Health fee 100

    5. University Development fee (one time) 200

    6. Eligibility certificate (one time) 200

    7. Enrolment fee (one time) 1000

    8. E-Consortium Fee (one time) 300

    9. Library (one time) 500

    10. Sports and Cultural Activities 1000

    11. Student Welfare Fund (one time) 100

    12. Exam Application Form Fee 100

    13. Annual Exam fee (Theory ) Rs. 350 Per paper

    14. Annual Exam fee (Clinical Practical & Viva) Rs.100Per Subject

    15. Lab fee 120

    16. Computer lab Fee 200

    17. Security Money (refundable-one time) 5000

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    Residence in the hostel of the institute is compulsory for female candidates admitted to Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing programmes.

    Hostel is not available for male students.

    Allotment of rooms in the hostel shall be made by a Committee chaired by the Principal and subject to availability.

    Student shall have to abide by the rules and regulations of the Hostel failing which their allotment shall be cancelled without any further notice.

    Visitors are not allowed without permission of the Hostel warden.

    Mess fees are compulsory.


    1. All powers relating to discipline and disciplinary action are vested with the

    Director, BMHRC.

    2. Without prejudice to the generality of power to enforce discipline under the

    rules, the following shall amount to act of gross indiscipline.

    Physical assault or threat to use physical force against any member of

    the teaching or non- teaching staff of any department/ centre or any

    other person within the premises/ campus.

    Violation of the status, dignity and honor of students belonging to the

    Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Castes.

    Carrying of any weapon to threaten

    Any attempt of bribing or corruption in any manner

    Destruction of institutional property in any manner

    Creating ill-will of intolerance on religious or communal grounds

    Causing disruption in any manner of the functioning of the institute

    Students admitted to the Institute shall have to follow rules and

    regulations given by the institution from time to time

    Students will have to attend classes (80%) and practical hours (100%)

    regularly as per the INC, State Nursing Council & University norms.

    In case of illness, permission shall have to be obtained from the

    Principal/ Class Coordinator to remain absent from college.

    Original certificates will be retained in the office of the Principal, and

    the same will be returned at the time of relieving.

    Students shall wear the prescribed uniform while on duty and at college


    o Winter season uniform: Prescribed uniform with full

    sleeve black high neck plain sweater.

    o Sports uniform: navy blue track suits with black canvas


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    When a student is found guilty of breach of discipline / misconduct

    within or outside the premises of the institution, the Principal/ Director

    may act according to the nature and gravity of the offence as follows


    Expulsion from the institute

    Disqualification from institutional/ university examination

    Rustication from the institute.

    College authorities, hostel in-charge & hospital will not take any

    responsibility, if student tries to attempt or commit any kind of nuisance,

    unnatural act, within or outside the college/hostel premises.

    1. Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the college/hospital campus.

    2. Ragging is strictly prohibited in or outside the college campus.


    1. All rules and regulations of the hostel are to be obeyed strictly by the


    2. Each student is responsible for the care of hostel property such as

    room, furniture provided for their use.

    3. If any student is found to be involved in immoral activities, unruly

    and undisciplined conduct she will be punished by the Committee

    chaired by the Principal, Bhopal Nursing College, Bhopal (MP) under

    intimation to the Director BMHRC, Bhopal(MP).

    4. Students are advised to keep their valuable things or cash under lock,

    in case of missing anything, hostel in-charge or college authority will

    not be responsible.

    5. The college authorities reserve the right to check the hostel

    periodically without prior notice.

    6. Visitors will not be entertained inside the hostel room; all visitors are

    allowed in visiting room only.

    7. Permission to leave station will be granted by the Principal on receipt

    of a written request from the students and same has to be submitted to

    hostel warden.

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    UGC regulation on curbing the menace of ragging in higher

    educational institution, 2007 in view of the direction of the Honble

    Supreme Court of India will be followed strictly.

    Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited, within or outside the

    premises of the college/ institution.

    Any act of misconduct or malpractice by which dominant power or

    status of senior students is brought to bear on students freshly enrolled

    or students who are in any way considered junior or inferior by other

    students and includes individual or collective acts or practices which

    Involve physical assault or threat or use of physical force.

    Violate the status, dignity and honour of female students.

    Violate the status, dignity and honour of students belonging to the

    Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes.

    Expose students to ridicule on contempt and affect their self


    Entail verbal abuse and aggression, indecent gestures and obscene


    The Principal/Director/Chairperson Anti ragging committee shall take

    immediate action on any information of the occurrence of ragging.

    Measures taken by the institution to prevent Ragging

    Written notice expressing that ragging is totally prohibited in


    Those who are found guilty of ragging/ abetting ragging, actively or

    passively or being part of a conspiracy to promote ragging are liable

    to be punished in accordance with these regulation as well as under

    the provisions of any penal law for the time being in force.

    Members of Anti-ragging committee at the institute and university

    After completion of admission the student should submit the online anti-ragging

    form and submit the details to the anti-ragging committee of the college.

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    Anti Ragging Committee


    No Name Post Mobile No. E-mail Id

    1 Prof. Anurag Yadava,

    Dept. of Anesthesia

    Chairperson 7869389106 [email protected]



    Dr. Surbhi Sahay,

    Dept. of Anesthesia

    Member 9669097432 [email protected]



    Dr. Rupesh Ranjan,

    Clinical Neuro


    Member 9691107376 [email protected]



    Mr. Baiju.S, Tutor

    Nursing college

    Member 9179408127 [email protected]



    Mrs. Prabha Agnibhoj,

    Lecturer Nursing College

    Member 9893183809 [email protected]



    Mrs. Ritu N Sonber,

    Tutor Nursing College

    Member 8120047815 [email protected]



    Mr. Nitin Bhatia,

    Sr.Manager (Operations)

    Member 9826198990 [email protected]



    Dr. Hanni Vashudev


    Dept.of Pathology

    Member 9406511183 [email protected]


    Dr Pushpraj Singh, MPMSU, Jabalpur, [email protected], 09893145202

    It is to be noted that making a false complaint is punishable under CRPC 182 AND 211

    Anti Ragging Toll Free Number


    E-mail Id- [email protected]iragging.in

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]

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    Programme Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing

    Availability of the

    prospectus with

    application form at

    BMHRC web site

    30th August 2017 to 18th September 2017

    Closing date to receive

    filled application

    18th September 2017 till 5.00 PM

    List of Eligible

    candidates for entrance

    examination will be

    displayed on BMHRC

    web site

    20th September 2017

    Date for Entrance Test 25th September 2017

    Date for displaying

    results in BMHRC web


    26th September 2017

    Date of first counseling

    and Admission

    27th September 2017

    Date of second

    counseling and


    9th October 2017

    Website www.bmhrc.org

    D.D 750/-for UR

    500/- for OBC

    Nil for SC/ST/PH

    D.D in favour of Director Bhopal Memorial Hospital & Research Centre,

    payable at Bhopal.

    Postal Address

    Bhopal Nursing College, Bhopal Memorial Hospital &

    Research Centre, Raisen Bypass Road, Karond, Bhopal

    (MP). Pin 462038.

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    1. Three recent clear passport sized colored photographs with light background

    are required to be pasted on the application form, admit card and attendance

    sheet at the space provided. Polaroid photographs are not acceptable.

    2. Photographs MUST be snapped on or after 1st August 2017.

    3. Photograph must be taken with name of candidate (as in application) and date

    of taking photograph as per the sample given below:



    1. The name and date on the photographs must be clear and legible.

    2. Photograph should not have cap or goggles etc. Spectacles are allowed.

    3. Photograph should be pasted (NOT stapled) on application form, admit card

    and attendance sheet.

    4. Application not complying with these instructions or with unclear photograph

    will be rejected.

    5. Keep a few identical photographs for use at the time of entrance