Authors : Dr Chetan S Patali, Dr Susheel kumar Ronad, Suvarna S Pinnapati.

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 Volume 3 Issue 11

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Nursing education may be a challenge in a very developing country like Bharat. This cross sectional study assessed the attitudes and perceptions of nursing professionals and their desired future practices. The study was conducted employing a changed version of Beliefs, Attitudes and Perceived apply form among 129 students United Nations agency were undergoing collegian nursing programme at a particular faculty of nursing in Bangalore. information was analysed and taken by victimisation descriptive and inferential statistics. cardinal (34.1%) of the themes in agreement that they were registered of their own interest; forty three (33.3%) of them reportable that they registered in nursing out of their own interest and additionally to enhance their money things. Only 4 (3.1%) declared that they need to safeguard the rights and dignity of the patients. 45 (34.9%) of the themes indicated that the nurse-patient relationship ought to be each skilled and a relation of sympathy. Upon graduation sixty nine (53.5%) of the themes most well-liked to pursue the nursing career, 36 (27.9%) in lecturers, 12 (9.30%) wished to alter the profession. Nearly sixty three (48.8%) of the themes in agreement that social prejudice features a nice influence on nursing students in selecting nursing profession as their career. associate degree imperative want is seen within the space of training nursing students concerning patient’s rights. there’s additionally a requirement to enhance the image of nurses within the society to draw in a lot of range of scholars into this noble profession. guidance and introduction to nursing course ought to be introduced by all the colleges, to develop positive attitudes towards nursing profession.