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This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Binita Chaudary 4 years, 2 months ago.

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    Sraddha Thapa
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    I want to know which nursing is best for students taking all the factors into consideration like duration, fees, difficulty, scope and all things. If I know i want to study nursing and be a nurse than is it better to join staff nurse course or complete plus 2 and then join nursing? Many of my sisters have completed nursing and went to Australia, UK and other countries. Is the scope of nursing in those countries still high like before? I want to know every thing about nursing course so that I can choose wisely. I have completed SLC and had one year gap due to my personal problem. Now I am thinking about doing staff nursing but some sisters say me to do plus 2 first. What will be best please suggest. I am average student and scored 1st division in SLC last year.

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    Binita Chaudary
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    I personally suggest you to do Bsc. nursing as far as I am concerned. First you do your +2 and pursue your career in nursing you will be at higher post and your education is well evaluated. B.Sc nursing scope is equal in Nepal as in foreign countries if you think you think your passion in nursing you can do B.Sc nursing after finishing your Intermediate level.

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