A study of the selected factors influencing the academic performance of the first year basic B. Sc. nursing students of colleges
Ms. Aleyamma Joykutty, Principal, Wockhardt Institute of Nursing; Ms. Rita Lakhani, Reader, Wockhardt Institute of Nursing; Ms. Pearl Cruz, Lecturer, Wockhardt Institute of Nursing; Ms. Jyotsna Pandit, President, TNAI- Maharashtra State Branch; Ms. Vrushali Deshpande, Chairperson- ANM, TNAI- Maharashtra State Branch; Ms. Seema Bhagat, SNA Advisor, TNAI- Maharashtra State Branch
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The principal aim of the research was to identify and correlate the selected factors influencing the academic performance of the First Year Basic B. Sc. Nursing students.
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