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The aim of the study was to assess the level of student Satisfaction and Self-confidence on CPR learning among undergraduate nursing students at selected college of Nursing in Chennai.Methodology:The research approach was quantitative in nature and a descriptive, cross sectional design was adopted for this study. The study was conducted among 80 B.Sc. Nursing II year students who fulfilled the inclusion criteria through online atSriRamachandra Faculty of Nursing with the non -probability purposive sampling technique.The tool consists of two sections; Section A on demographic variables, Section B on Students Satisfaction and Self Confidence in Learning scale (SSSCL) Questionnaire. Findings of the study:The study reveals that only 3 (3.75) of B.Sc. Nursing II year students belong to the age of more than 20 years, majority of them 77(96.25%) belong to less than 20 years. .With regard to gender 27(33.75%)were male and 53(66.25%)were female. Regarding Level of satisfaction 29(36.35%) belong to moderate satisfaction and 28(35%) belongs to high satisfaction and Level of confidence 30(37.5%) were moderately and highly confident.Conclusion:The study concludes that the simulation based training and hands on skill in performance of CPR procedure have perceived higher level of satisfaction and self -confidence among nursing students.