Career and Scope of Midwifery or Nurse in Pakistan

In Pakistan, there are great opportunities to join a high rated profession job that’s called Nursing. The medical field in Pakistan has generally been more distracted with a fix instead of care. Therefore, while the nation keeps on delivering countless consistently, the nursing workforce has to a great extent been disregarded. In spite of their vital part in understanding consideration, they are only here and there given the consideration or acknowledgment they merit which has definitely prompted an intense deficiency of medical caretakers and paramedics in the nation. We now that Pakistan is a developing the country and there are a lot of problems with medical facilities. We want to talk here about special Nursing and Midwifery. This profession has deficiency this all about education-related this. We want to advise you that focus on this career-building study.

Now we want to acknowledge to you the facts about Nursing and Midwifery according to figures cited by the Journal of Pioneering Medical Sciences in 2013, the existing nurse-patient ratio in Pakistan is approximately 1:5 whereas the ratio prescribed by the Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC) is 1:10 in general areas and 2:1 in specialized areas. Moreover, the existing nurses are also distributed unevenly across provinces with Sindh facing the severest shortage of nursing staff while Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa has the most nurses. Currently, Pakistan has 162 registered nursing colleges with over 50 students enrolled in each of them annually. These schools are regulated by PNC, which is responsible for approving nursing schools for accreditation, devising the curriculum, licensing nurses to practice and advising the federal and provincial governments regarding nursing education and services. Demand for nurses in the country, however, still continues to exceed supply.

Career and Scope of Midwifery or Nurse in Pakistan

Career and Scope of Midwifery or Nurse in Pakistan

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Matric in Science with 55 % marks in aggregate as well as 55% marks in science subjects (Physics, Chemistry, and Biology).
  • FSc (Pre-Medical) 50 % marks in aggregate with Matric in Science with 55 % in aggregate.
  • The students who have passed General Nursing. Additional 20-Marks will be awarded after passing the test conducted by the concerned institute (Certificate from Madrisa authorized/notified by the government for the purpose shall be required for claiming the additional marks).
  • Candidates must be single; no married applicant should be considered for admission to General Nursing & Midwifery.
  • Upper age limit for General Nursing is 25 years and no age relaxation should be allowed. Widow / divorced will be up to 30 years. No relaxation limit shall be granted by the Government in any case

Scope And Career:

  • Graduate nurses will be appointed as a Charge Nurse in BPS-16 by the Department of Health in Punjab and in other provinces of the country also.
  • With the further qualification in various fields of nursing, the candidates have the opportunity for bright future up to BPS-20
  • Graduate nurses can appear in B. Sc and BSN degree examination held by the Universities of Punjab, Peshawar, and Karachi.
  • Post Basic training in various fields of nursing sciences is being provided at the College of Nursing Karachi, Islamabad, Lahore, and Peshawar.
  • Scholarships for specialization and future education at M.Sc and other postgraduate program are provided by the Govt. of Punjab in correspondence with the foreign agencies abroad.

Dear Interested candidates nursing and midwifery have a bright future in Pakistan. Nursing can be done by both male and female candidates but midwifery is only for female candidates. There is high demand for this study we advise you to join this program and make bright future yourself.

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