Vidyakirana Institute of Nursing Sciences
Venkateshwara Layout, 8th Phase, Kalena Agrahara, Bangalore 560076
Indian Nursing Council (INC) Karnataka State Nursing Council (KSNC)
Established in 2002, Vidyakirana Institute of Nursing Sciences was started by Sri Haladammadevi Educational Trust. The college aims to provide good quality nursing education to all the students enrolled for the programme.
The college helps in the professional development of the students so that become a group of nursing professionals who are well versed in the field of nursing education and service to humanity. The college believes in opening quality and standard in nursing education.
The college has all advanced facilities for education like the laboratory, classrooms, qualified and experienced teaching staff. There are professional senior advisors for supervision for the students and faculty. The college surrounded by many multi-speciality hospitals.
*Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
Vidyakirana Institute of Nursing Sciences has a good reputation for the quality of education provides to the students. Other facilities provided by the college are:
- Library: The college has a library is well-stocked with books related to nursing and the medical field.
- Faculty: The college faculty members are highly trained in their own field and the students are given the best nursing education.
- Activities: The college organises workshops and activities for students related to their education so that they can get practical knowledge.
- Placement: The college has placement and training cell that provides job opportunities to the students in top hospitals.
The graduates of Vidyakirana Institute of Nursing Sciences can become:
- Staff Nurse
- Nurse Supervisor
- Nurse Educator
- Chief Nurse
Post Basic Bachelor of Science (P. B. B.Sc.) Nursing
The college offers DGNM programme in nursing.
The college has placed students in several hospitals.
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, as a student of this college, you can practice and learn nursing at some network hospitals.
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.