Presidency College of Nursing
No. 1, Aishwarya Comfort, Hanumanthanagar, Bileshivale, Doddagubbi Post, Bengaluru 560077
Indian Nursing Council (INC) Karnataka State Nursing Council (KSNC)
Presidency College of Nursing is known for providing the best nursing education in Bangalore. The courses provided by the college are B.Sc Nursing, M.Sc Nursing, Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing, Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery courses.
Presidency College of Nursing is affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science and Approved by the INC, New Delhi. The college provides separate hostel facilities to the students, spacious classrooms, labs, etc. to the students.
The students are provided with an aptitude for nursing and knowledge and skills to give comprehensive nursing care to patients for all types of illness. The faculty members of the college are highly trained and give hands-on training to the students.
Scholarships subject to central/state government and college rules.
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Presidency College of Nursing has been awarded as the most promising institute in Karnataka. The facilities provided by the college are:
Hostel: The college provides separate hostel accommodation for boys and girls with all the modern facilities for a safe stay.
Transportation: The students and staff are provided with transportation facilities by the college.
Library: The college library houses a vast collection of books, reports and journal which the students can borrow for any educational purpose.
Classrooms and seminar halls: The classrooms and seminar halls are spacious and air-conditioned with all kinds of learning equipment for the students.
The graduates of the Presidency College of Nursing can become:
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Medical-Surgical Nursing
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Community Health Nursing
Master of Science (M.Sc) Gynaecology and Obstetrics Nursing
Presidency College of Nursing is affiliated to Bangalore University, Bangalore.
Nurses are involved with recording patient information, performing physical examinations, and treating minor afflictions. CNAs and LPNs are considered allied health professionals due to their limited educational scope, while RNs and APRNs are considered medical professionals because of their rigorous training and degrees.
A degree in nursing provides a range of professional skills, including the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team and to support patients and their families. You also develop the ability to assess, monitor and evaluate the service you deliver.
If you train first as a nurse, you need to be aware that it is up to the employing organisation to decide on supporting the staff to do this training. Nursing and midwifery are two separate professions, and you will need to demonstrate your interest in nursing (and not midwifery) if you decide to train first as a nurse.
Nursing students can pursue nursing internship programs offered at hospitals and medical centers throughout the country.