M.Sc (Community Health Nursing) is a two-year post-graduation program that intends to facilitate the community health development that instructs the students to analyze, reflect, and use the validation results to move forward in community health practice. Nursing classes offer deep knowledge by covering subjects like emergency care, pharmacology, biochemistry, and nursing research. M.Sc nursing concentrates on patient requirements, careers, communities, and clients. Students are skilled to evaluate critically and synthesize evidence-based results. Creative and pro-active approaches are created to meet the goals of public health, families, groups, and communities. Paramedical nursing prepares the student as a qualified healthcare professional. They play a significant role in the efficient functioning of the healthcare industry.