Nursing education needs real commitment and selfless, endeavour with love, passion and perseverance. Nursing students should act as force for change and become vital resource for health. I wish that the students of Mrinalini Devi College of Nursing can get proper ambience to learn-grow and develop service temperament for societal development. Nursing education is based upon service and sacrifice. It possesses continuous bearing process. Its design is three fold such as innovation, necessity and societal utilization. Mrinalini Devi College of Nursing have started this session with heads high. It is carefully organized, monitored and managed to produce qualitative nursing students with impeccable character and service temperament. The primary objective of the institution is to produce competent nurses to face the challenging world of nursing and to meet the emerging health care needs of the society. I wish all the students would be a Nightingale in some part of the world, shining their light, brightening the corner where they are with their humble heart, presence of mind and helping hands serving the humanity to their best. I wish the Institution all Success.
GNM is a three years course with the minimum eligibility is Class 12th or equivalent.
The student needs to have completed their Class XII with Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The duration for B.Sc (Nursing) is four years.
We believe that in NURSING, it is especially important for students to be suitable for self-learning, so that they may exercise and develop intellectual independence and explore subject matter.
A library is a curated collection of sources of information and similar resources, accessible to a defined community for reference or borrowing, often in a quiet environment conducive to study.
While nursing is a practical, hands-on profession, it also requires special technical competences and clinical analysis skills that will potentially save people’s lives.
Nurses play a crucial role within healthcare teams, taking on a high level of responsibility for the treatment of patients; nurses are often the main point of contact, providing continuity of care and liaising with a range of other medical practitioners.