MVJ College of Nursing (Under MVJ Medical College and Research Hospital)
Dandupalya, 30th KM Milestone, National Highway 4, Kolathur P.O., Hoskote, Pincode - 562 114
Indian Nursing Council (INC) Karnataka State Nursing Council (KSNC)
The MVJ College of Nursing offers B.Sc and diploma courses in nursing. The main campus is in Hoskote, a suburb outside Bangalore. The campus also includes medical and dental colleges as well as a multispecialty hospital.
Established in 2004 by the Venkateshwara Education Society, the college is set amidst a beautiful campus with a well-stocked library, experienced faculty, and latest facilities.
The college is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) and approved by the Indian Nursing Council (INC) and Karnataka Nursing Council (KNC). All admissions to this college are through Karnataka CET entrance test.
*Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
MVJ College of Nursing has a good reputation for the quality of education provides to the students. Other facilities provided by the college are:
- Classroom: The college has classrooms that are spacious and well furnished. It has all the facility for modern teaching and learning.
- Accommodation: The college provides in the campus hostel facilities that are wi-fi enabled, well-furnished, TV, and indoor games. The boys and girls have separate hostel rooms.
- Sports: The college has sports facilities that have the students a lot of facilities for participating in various sports events.
- Art and Culture: The college has a lot of opportunities for arts and culture festivals where the students can showcase their talents.
The graduates of Vidyakirana Institute of Nursing Sciences can become:
- Staff Nurse
- Nurse Supervisor
- Nurse Educator
- Nursing Superintendent
- Nursing Manager
Post Basic Bachelor of Science (P. B. B.Sc.) Nursing
The college offers B.Sc. and Diploma in nursing.
As a nursing student, you can practise at their multispecialty hospital.
For admissions for graduate nursing programme, one needs to study science at pre-degree/pre-university level and take up an entrance test conducted by RGUHS/KEA. For admissions to postgraduate nursing programme, you need to be a nursing graduate.
Yes you can, however, please remember that nursing practise differs from country to country so you might have to clear one or more of eligibility tests in order to qualify.
Please read the college profile to get the exact fee details.