There is a very big transformation which took place in our country in the post war period. The present aim of nursing education is to develop a lifelong learning. The demand for nurses has tremendously increased in various sectors.
There is a Diploma program called GNM, B. Sc Degree, M. Sc, PhD etc.
A student should complete +2 in arts or science to join the 3 year GNM course with not less than 45% marks. For BSc they should complete +2 with science (physics, chemistry biology and English) with minimum 45% marks, for M. Sc they should be a BSc graduate with 50% and should have one-year experience.
A diploma holder should work in the industry for minimum two years and join for a Post Basic BSc for two years which is equivalent to B. Sc Nursing.
Sri Venkateshwara College of Nursing
It is in the heart of Bangalore, Karnataka.
M. Sc, B. Sc, PB B. Sc., GNM
Yes, all our programs are recognised by the relevant accrediting bodies.
Definitely not. We are charging only nominal fees and all fee paid are receiptable.
The eligibility criteria for every course is mentioned separately in the website of the accrediting bodies such as Indian Nursing Council (INC), Karnataka state Nursing Council (KNC) and Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS).
Student can start applying from January of the respective year.
Yes, they can. They will be admitted only provisionally. They need to submit their scores of the qualifying exam on or before the respective last date.
Students can avail educational loans from any nationalised bank in their area provided they meets the criteria of loan by the respective bank.
If a student wants to withdraw, they should do it within 15 days of enrolment wherein they will get the money paid refunded less 20% as incidental expenses. If a student withdraws within one month, they get 50% refunded on the tuition fees. After one month no refund. If they withdraw from any part of the course beyond one month, they need to pay total tuition fees committed to the institution.
Yes, we are 100% residential institution. We have modern amenities with hygienic and nutritious food.
Yes, we have cultural, literary and sports facilities. Students take part in all and get achievement awards also.
Yes, we have 3 hospitals exclusively for practical learning for the nursing students.
Our Technology includes lectures, demonstrations, seminars, presentations, brain storing, reflective and participatory learning, discussion panels, symposiums, clinical conferences, nursing clinics etc.
We do have highly qualified and experienced teaching faculty who are totally committed. I am proud of my teaching team since they are ever ready for transformation.
100% campus placements, placement opportunities abroad (conditions apply), pursue higher studies.
For those who deserve there is an assistance done by our CSR scheme.
Our infrastructure, our faculty, modern teaching technology, placement by campus recruitment by reputed hospitals from India and abroad, ethics and values etc. make us unique from others to be sought after.
Our President Dr. Narayan, an eminent Psychiatrist in US for more than 4 decades is our backbone. His vision to spread healthcare professionals in its real form motivates us to seek newer and newer areas of achievement. We have a smart room facility where he arranges very useful healthcare talks to our students from International doctors especially from US so that our students get latest developments in their area.
The present aim of nursing education is to develop a lifelong learning, diseases are changing, medications are changing, so the nursing care also should change accordingly.
Doctor population in India is 1:2500. 9.2 lakhs of Allopathy doctors are available in which around 7.5 lakhs are practicing alternate medicine like Ayurveda, Yunani, Yoga, Siddhi, homeopathy etc. As like doctors, nurses are to be also made available in these areas, hence plenty of job opportunity available.
Approximately 2000 nursing institutes are registered in India with Indian Nursing Council with approximately 80000 nurses are getting graduated every year.
In India we have 12,760 allopathic government hospitals with a bed capacity of 5.76 lakh. There are 23887 Primary health centres apart from this a large number of Private hospitals.
Earlier we had only nursing working as general nursing. Today we have speciality nurses for Burn care, cardiology clinical, community health, diabetes, dialysis, emergency, family health, gerontology, infection control, intensive care, mental health, neonatal occupational health, oncology, paediatrics etc.
Environmental, psychosocial, demands of nursing, new technology emotional labour, physical labour, shift etc. is to be balanced.
We give continuous training for the students in various fields. We teach them emotional balance which take care of all other related problems.
At SVCN director herself is a doctorate holder in Psychology and Psychotherapy deals with these training programs. We have counselling cell under my guidance to solve all the problems faced by students, may be educational, vocational or personal.
Parents can contact me any time 24X7 in case of emergency. We at SVCN take care of the students whenever they are faced with problems. We have doctor on call facility and on any emergency we give immediate attention.
The budding nurses should be able to handle multiple issues since they have to deal with Physicians, Therapists, Patients, Family of Patients, Team members etc. Hence they should do multitasking.
Kindly visit our website, www.svcnedu.org
They can contact director:
Dr. Jayshree K. Kumar
Mobile: (+91) 9902433338