Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Nursing is a profession that deals with public health care and health awareness activities. This profession emphasizes on the importance of restoring the health and well-being of a patient or person personally, family or socially.

After passing the high school, many of the students are all frustrated and worried about where we will they get admitted and which subject will they study in. most of them can’t make any fixed decisions and start buying all the university’s forms as usual and take exams from one end of the country to the other like crazy horses. As a result, except for a small number, everyone has to return empty-handed. A good number of students feel frustrated as they wonder if they will be able to face family and friends because they failed to get admitted in Public universities. Instead of talking it out some stop communicating regarding their issues. But at this time, if we give the right guidance to our students, they can each develop into a successful person by studying in their desired subject. Most of us don’t know if we will get a job related to the subject we are studying in, but there are some subjects that if you study in the subjects you can build a global career worldwide. Nursing is just the right path for those who want to work for the betterment of humanity, And that is possible by studying for a Diploma / B.Sc in Nursing, above all nursing is a profession whose needs are not limited.

Nowadays nursing is quite popular as a profession. If you are determined to study nursing, I would say that you have made the right decision. A nurse engages herself in various medical services alongside with the doctor. Nurses heal a patient with their care. A nurse bears all the responsibilities of a patient as per the doctor’s advice. From giving medicines, feeding the patient and to patients to providing various services in the field of treatment with proper dedication as long as the patient is hospitalized, a nurse performs her service duties.

There are job opportunities for nurses in all government and private hospitals, clinics, community health care centers, urban maternity hospitals, diagnostic centers and other healthcare institutions. The number of private hospitals and clinics is increasing along with the government hospitals to ensure the health care of the large population of the country. The number of nurses is much less than the demand. Also In addition to clinical nursing, there are opportunities to work in various administrative positions in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh for government hospital and service activities and administrative management. These posts are for 1st class government officials:
1. Director General
2. Director (Administration)
3. Director (Nursing Education)
4. Director (Midwifery Education)
5. Director (Discipline)
6. Deputy Director (Administration, Nursing Education, Midwifery Education, Discipline)
7. Assistant Director (Administration, Nursing Education, Midwifery Education, Discipline)
8. Divisional Director Nursing (6 Divisional Offices)
9. District Public Health Nurses (64 District Civil Surgeon Offices)

At the end of BSc or Diploma degree, you can join the job of a registered nurse of Nursing Council. Recently, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina announced the recruitment of 10,000 more nurses in government hospitals soon to improve the quality of healthcare. The recruitment process of the mentioned program will start in a few months.

There are also job opportunities abroad with a nursing degree from Bangladesh. In the last year, nurses have been taken from Bangladesh in many countries including Jordan and Malaysia. Bangladeshi nurses get job opportunities in other countries including Australia and America.
A nurse working abroad gets a salary around one and a half to two lakh taka. Extra money is paid for extra working hours. A nurse can also get regular health check-ups and care at a sick person’s home.