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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is nursing?

Ans: Nursing is a profession focused on providing care and support to individuals, families, and communities in promoting and maintaining health, preventing illness, and assisting in the recovery or management of illness or injury. Nurses are trained healthcare professionals who work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, schools, and community health centers.

The primary responsibilities of nurses include:

  1. Patient Care: Nurses assess, monitor, and provide direct care to patients, including administering medications, assisting with procedures, and managing patient hygiene and comfort.
  2. Health Promotion and Education: Nurses play a crucial role in educating patients and their families about health conditions, disease prevention, medication management, and healthy lifestyle choices.
  3. Advocacy: Nurses act as advocates for their patients, ensuring that their rights are respected, their needs are met, and they receive appropriate care and support.
  4. Collaboration: Nurses work closely with other healthcare professionals, including doctors, therapists, and technicians, to coordinate and deliver comprehensive care to patients.
  5. Leadership and Management: Nurses may take on leadership roles, overseeing nursing teams, coordinating care plans, and managing resources effectively.

Nursing requires a combination of knowledge, technical skills, critical thinking, compassion, and excellent communication skills. There are different levels of nursing, such as nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, and nurse anesthetists, each with varying levels of education, training, and scope of practice.

Nursing is a rewarding profession that allows individuals to make a positive impact on the lives of others, providing physical, emotional, and psychological support during times of illness or vulnerability.

Q. Want to know about the admission process?

Ans:

  1. Candidates who have cleared the entrance examination can apply for admission in the uniform manner of the official notification keeping all the qualifications and conditions of the candidates.
  2. Admission will be done in order of merit in the officially accepted admission test.
  3. Original copies of all certificates must be submitted to the college at the time of admission.

Q. What documents will be required for admission?

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  1. Application form along with all educational qualification certificates, Nursing Reg Card, Merit of admission test accepted by Govt.
  2. An attested photocopy of the score sheet should be submitted.
  3. Citizenship Certificate or attestation letter from Mayor/Municipal Council/Union Parishad/Ward Commissioner, 2 copies in color freshly printed.
  4. An attested photograph should be submitted along with the form.
  5. The decision of the admission committee will be considered final in the matter of admission.

Q. What is the number of seats in the course?

Ans: Currently, we have the facility to admit 50 students in a batch.

Q. What facilities does your college have?

Ans:

  1. Research facilities.
  2. Scholarship facilities.
  3. Job opportunities are available.
  4. Library room with 2000 books
  5. Prayer Room
  6. Student Common Room
  7. Beautiful and Green Campus.
  8. Outdoor and Indoor games facilities.
  9. Opportunities for cultural and debating competitions.
  10. Eight storied academic building is under construction.

What are the lab facilities provided by LLNC?

Ans:

We are equipped with modern and smart lab facilities. The labs we provide are:

  • Computer lab
  • Midwifery lab
  • Fundamental nursing lab
  • Anatomy and Physiology lab
  • Nutrition lab
  • Microbiology lab

Do you have a student hostel? And how about security?

Ans:

Yes, we have a female and a male student hostel facility. It is always guarded by 2 guards and all safety equipment is kept.

Where can I get a job after passing nursing?

Ans:

After successful completion of the courses, eligible students get employment opportunities in various government and private medical colleges and hospitals, clinics, police station health complexes and various health technology institutes. Moreover, students are trained to work all over the world such as Middle East, Europe, America, and elsewhere.

Do you provide internship facilities for the students?

Ans:

We have affiliations with two hospitals, Mount Adhora Hospital and Sylhet Medical University, where students will able to do clinical practice and will also get the opportunity to do the internship.

Are there stipends or studentship benefits?

Ans:

We have scholarship facilities for students on a merit and need basis.

I am weak in English, will it be a problem to study in English?

Ans:

We have good facilities and courses to enhance students’ English skills in reading and writing.

How are your library facilities?

Ans:

  • We already have a LIBRARY ROOM WITH 2000 BOOKS.
  • E-library will also be established in the future.

Nurse and midwife work is the same or different?

Ans:

A midwife is a medical practitioner who provides support and care to women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Midwives undergo specialized training and can work in various settings such as hospitals, birthing centers, or even home births. They offer comprehensive care to expectant mothers, including prenatal check-ups, monitoring the progress of labor, assisting with the delivery process, and providing postnatal care for both the mother and the newborn. Midwives also educate women about childbirth options and promote the well-being of the mother and baby throughout the entire reproductive journey.

Whereas a nurse is a medical professional who collaborates with doctors in providing patient care. They have expertise in various healthcare settings and may support obstetricians during the process of childbirth. However, it’s important to note that nurses do not independently assist with labor and delivery. Their responsibilities encompass a wide range of tasks, including administering medications, monitoring patients’ vital signs, conducting assessments, offering patient education, and coordinating overall care. Nurses play a vital role in healthcare teams and contribute to the well-being and recovery of patients across different medical fields.

Therefore, Nurse is a broader and more extended career field than Midwifery.