The curriculum activities are implemented through the curriculum committee. The committee plays a central role in the College. The activities are aimed to maintain high curriculum standards, and implement the college curriculum in an organized and efficient manner.

Regular committee meetings are held in view of Academic calendar. The activities are in accordance to the Standard operating procedures (SOPs). The curriculum standards are maintained by audit process. This committee is responsible for monitoring the level, breadth and effectiveness of the curriculum, to propose changes where necessary; to coordinate with departments with participating faculty in order to maintain the courses and/or effect changes in them; and to interact closely with the faculty in the development of new courses. Requests for changes in the curriculum, either of course content or the deletion or addition of courses, are brought to this committee. This committee obtains and disseminates information on relevant course requirements from the departments.

Library committee reviews and recommends policies for the library, with particular attention to the collection budget and to the distribution of resources among academic divisions and units. Every year 3 meeting are conducted so as to make any addition to the library that can help students to grow their knowledge. In our library we have many authors’ textbooks, E Books, journals, thesis to refer. Computers we have so that student can take notes from ICT. Library committee focuses on discipline as well as learning aspects.

Guidance and Counselling Committee of the college is being looked after by a teachers/trained psychologist/counsellor, who is assisted in providing guidance and support to the students by the teaching faculty. The committee identifies students who require services on priority along with their areas of deficiency and suggests the improvement required.

It also conducts orientation programmes and arranges expert lectures for career counselling. One of the activities of the guidance and counselling committee is to administer psychological tests and tools to collect data from student for improving pupil support/ guidance services. Organizes various Guidance and Counselling services like orientation programmes at the commencement of each academic session, pre-teaching practice guidance and counselling, career talks and day to day personal, educational and vocational guidance etc. The scope is nurturing through the remedial teaching program, mentoring through study circles, directing them through the proctorial system, guiding for financial assistance from bank and getting scholarship for students through various organizations.

The Exam cell plays an integral part of all educational institutions. The exam cell Co-ordinates the conduct of internal examinations as well as university examinations.


  • To organize and Coordinate all resources essential for the smooth conduction of examination.
  • To conduct examination successfully as per the norms of Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be University) Pune.


Exam Director: Prof. (Mrs.) Vaishali Jadhav

Exam In-Charge: Mr. Dhanraj Babu and Mrs. Arunima Sreeletha

University website of Exam:

Eligibility for Appearing for exam

Attendance percentage (as per INC Norms)

  • B. Sc Nursing and Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing-80% in theory and 100% in practical.
  • M. Sc Nursing-80% in theory and 100% in practical.

Scheme of Examination


  • Internal Marks: Consist of 25 Marks of each Subject (1 hour examination, Total 3 unit test of 25 marks each and 75 marks preliminary exam)
  • External Marks: onsist of 75 Marks of each Subject (3 hour exam)


  • Internal Marks: Consist of 50 percentage of total marks 50marks except 100 marks of Nursing foundation h and 75 marks preliminary exam)
  • External Marks: Consist of 75 Marks of each Subject (3 hour examination)

Examination schedule and centre

  • I unit test in the month of August/September
  • II unit test in the month of November
  • III unit test in the month of January
  • Prelim examination in the month of March
  • University Summer Theory & Practical in the month of April-May
  • University Winter Theory & Practical Winter in the month of October-November
  • Exam Centre (CAP) at Pune for B Sc& M Sc. (N) & at Sangli for Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing
  • Sending the internals by month of April to university and declaration of result in July month


  • Anatomy and physiology-Question paper will consist of section A Anatomy of 37 marks & section B Physiology should be of 38 marks.
  • Nutrition & Biochemistry- Question Paper will consist of section A Nutrition of 45 marks & section B Biochemistry of 30 marks.
  • Pharmacology, Pathology & Genetics-section A Pharmacology with 38.Marks, section B Pathology of 25 marks & genetics with 12 marks.
  • Nursing research & statistics – Nursing research should be of 50 marks & statistics of 25 marks
  • Minimum pass marks shall be 40% for English only.
  • Theory and practical exam for introductions to computers to be conducted as college exams and marks to be sent to the university for inclusion in the mark sheet
  • Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of theory & practical paper separately.
  • The candidate must have minimum of 80% attendance (irrespective of the kind of absence.) In theory & practical in each subject for appearing of examination.
  • A candidate must have 100% attendance in each of the practical areas before award of the degree.
  • A candidate has to pass in theory & practical exam separately in each of the paper.
  • If the candidate fails in either theory or practical exam he/she has to reappear for both the papers (Theory & practical).
  • Maximum number of attempts permitted for each paper is 3 including first attempt.
  • Candidate shall not be permitted to the subsequent higher examination unless the candidate has passed the previous examination.
  • The maximum period to complete the course successfully should not exceed 8 years.
  • Maximum number of candidates for practical examination should not exceed 20 per day.
  • All practical examinations must be held in the respective clinical areas.
  • One internal & one external examiner should jointly conduct the practical exam for each student.
  • An examiner should be a lecturer or above in a college of nursing with M.Sc.(N) in concerned subject & minimum of 3 years of teaching experience. To be an examiner for nursing foundation course faculty having M.Sc.(N) with any shall be considered.
  • Student has to pass in internal assessment and university Exam separately with 50% marks each.

Exam Instructions:

  • The Exam In-charge is fully responsible for the smooth conduct of the theory examinations. He/She has to take all pre-cautionary measures to prevent any kind of malpractice by the candidates and keep strict vigil during the examination.
  • The Invigilators shall work under the direct control of the Exam In-charge. They should exercise proper control and extend their fullest support to the instructions of the Exam In-charge.
  • Candidates should leave the electronic devices such as calculators, digital diary, mobile phone, pager of any other communication devices before entering into the examination hall.
  • At Last Candidates have to handover the answer booklets before leaving the examination hall.
  • Eligible candidates may collect their Hall tickets from their college one week before the commencement of Examination
  • All the candidates must bring their Hall ticket & College Identity Card for every examination (Regular / Arrear) for verifying their identity in the examination hall by the Invigilator /Exam In-charge, failing which they will not be permitted to write the examination.
  • Candidates are advised to verify their name, subject code and other details given in their hall tickets. If there is any discrepancy, they are advised to bring the same without fail to the notice of the Controller of Examinations Section immediately in writing.
  • Students are advised to see the college notice board and web site for the time table / examination schedule
  • The candidate will be required to find and occupy his / her allotted seat at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination. In no case shall the candidate be allowed to occupy a seat other than the one allotted specifically to him / her
  • Candidates who are undoubtedly suffering from infectious diseases of any kind will not be admitted to the examination hall.
  • Before proceeding to answer the paper, the candidate should write his / her SEAT number, subject & question paper codes, Name of centre and date and day of the examination, and append his / her signature at the appropriate space provided in the front page of the main book.
  • Students are advised to verify / check the question paper code, subject code, subject title & number of pages of questions in the question paper and confirm whether they have been issued with the correct question paper.
  • Students are not permitted to bring the Programmable Calculator / Cell Phone inside the examination hall. Possession of these inside the Examination Hall / Premises will be viewed seriously.
  • Strict silence should be maintained in the examination hall.
  • Candidates are required to bring their own Pens, Pencils, Erasers and Ink. Candidates are advised to use only Blue or Black ink while answering. No candidate will be allowed to exceed the prescribed time assigned to each Paper / Subject. Candidates will not be permitted to talk / ask questions of any kind during the examination.
  • Candidate behaving in rude or discourteous manner inside the examination hall is debarred from appearing for a particular Paper and / or remaining Papers in that examination.
  • No writing pad(transparent can be allowed) and only transparent pouch
  • No smart watch, Keep wallet in your bag and carry cash in your pocket only

This cell was established in pursuance of UGC (Prevention, prohibition and redressal of sexual harassment of women employees and students in higher educational institutions) Regulations, 2015 read with Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013. This committee deals with the complaints relating to Sexual harassment at work place and also to spread awareness about gender-related issues. The members of the cell are sent regularly for obtaining updated information related to current norms and regulations. The activities include conducting gender awareness programmes, self-defence trainings for students; prevention and redressal of sexual harassment.

The Faculty Development Programme (FDP) intends to facilitate up-gradation of knowledge, skill and intends to provide opportunities for induction training to teachers. The Program aims at enhancing the academic and intellectual environment in the institutions  by  providing  faculty  members  with  enough  opportunities  to  pursue research and also to participate in seminars / conferences / workshops. Participation in such program would enable faculty members to update their research and pedagogical skills.

It shall be the duty of the Discipline Committee to ensure compliance with the provisions of UGC/AICTE Regulations on curbing the Menace and Indiscipline behavior in the campus as well as to monitor and oversee the performance of the Disciplinary behaviour of students and in the prevention of in-disciplinary activity in the institution. The objectives is to maintain professional behaviour/etiquette among students, plan, develop and display the rules and regulations at college, clinical and hostel, reporting incident within 24 hours to principal’s office, verify and analyze the issues, classify minor or major incidents, notifying to the parents or guardian and taking necessary action.

In our institution we don’t provide direct scholarship but we have many scholarships that are associated and we guide students to apply and get those scholarships such as Transunion cibil, Timken, JSW, Taaj Trust, Swadhar Yojana, TATA, Pragati for Girls, Nargis Dutt Foundation, Tss Samir Aatmanirbhar, Vidyasaarthi, SNA & TNAI. The amount of the scholarship varies. Those students who are eligible apply for the scholarship and among them 70% students get scholarship.

Under the Health committee health check-up is important for the student to maintain their health. It is a part of overall development & it helps to increase efficiency in the study. So, annually we conduct health check-up for all students & the investigations. we conduct awareness programs in different areas of community, hospitals and street as well on topic such as international Yoga day, Breastfeeding week, Tuberculosis day, World mental health day, Reproductive and Sexual health day and many more and common people were benefited.The first aid kit is prepared with required articles and kept ready wherever required for students. First aid kit was useful in many events such as sports and cultural events.Health checkup and dental checkup in collaboration with Bharati Vidyapeeth dental college has been arranged for all first-year batches, teaching and non teaching faculty.

Student nurses association works to provide opportunity for personal, intellectual, professional and social growth of its members. Each nursing student is encouraged to cultivate leadership skills within the SNA and through membership in the National Student Nurses Association. We provide scholarship under SNA and TNAI to our students who fit into criteria. SNA committee encourages students to participate in various activities. Meeting are been conducted to know the progress and information is transferred to each and every SNA member. SNA related activities are also been performed such as International Yoga Day, Nurses Day etc.