|City||Bangalore, Karnataka, India|
|Phone||080 - 3021 9801 / 02|
|Fax||080 - 3021 9829, 3021 9809|
Indian School of Nursing, Bangalore was established in the year 2003,
Nursing is much more than just a career. It is more about selfless love, care and service. The noble profession of Nursing, founded by 'The Lady with the Lamp', Florence Nightingale. Today it is one of the most and respected as well as rewarded careers in the world. In its real sense, nursing is as old as life itself. Through the ages, it has grown and became complex and highly sophisticated along with the advancement of Science and Technology. Nursing has found its unique and indispensable place in Hospitals, Community Health Centres, Medical Clinics, Nursing Homes, Armed Forces, Ships, Aeroplanes, and all other spheres of human activity.
Nursing has its many facets like hospital nurse, visiting nurse, doctor's assistances in diagnosis / treatment / research, industrial health nurse, community health nurse, nurse practitioners and so on. A career in the exciting and interesting field of nursing, offers opportunities not only to be placed in countries around the globe but also in economic security and high levels of self-advancement, self-achievement and job satisfaction. The Indian School of Nursing (A) established in 2003-04. The devoted faculty teaches and trains the students, the art and skill of nursing, making use of the best infrastructure available in the city.
MISSION / VISION
To acquire knowledge and develop skills and attitude necessary for planning and carrying out comprehensive nursing care for sick persons of all age groups in the hospital or community.
To acquire knowledge and understanding of the basic principles underlying the techniques and methods used in Nursing.
To develop the ability to think and act independently and to accept responsibility as an individual, a nurse and a citizen.
To develop the ability to teach people sick / well, the measures which contribute to total health.
To develop the ability to co-operate with others in hospital and community, in the care of the sick, prevention of diseases and promotion of health.
To acquire sufficient understanding and ability to supervise and guide auxiliary personnel, who are parts of the nursing team.
To demonstrate skills in the use of problem solving methods in nursing practice.
To demonstrate understanding of, and commitment to professional behaviour.
To carry out the above in the true spirit of service to fellow human & be committed to welfare of the country.
6/9, 1st Cross,
Bangalore - 560068
Tel: 080 - 3021 9801 / 02
Fax: 080 - 3021 9829, 3021 9809
Email: [email protected]
website : www.theoxford.edu
Indian School of Nursing, Bangalore offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
Indian School of Nursing, Bangalore offers Full Time Diploma in Diploma General Nursing and Midwifery (DGNM)View Details Duration: 1 Year Learning Mode: Full Time Course Level: Diploma / Certification
List of facilities available at Indian School of Nursing, Bangalore for students.
Indian School of Nursing, Bangalore