Yenepoya Nursing College
University Road, Deralakatte, Mangalore 575018, Karnataka 575022
Indian Nursing Council (INC) Karnataka State Nursing Council (KSNC)
Established in 2002, Yenepoya Nursing College (YNC) is a constituent college of Yenepoya (Deemed-to-be) University. The college was established by the Islamic Academy of Education trust (IAE).
The college is recognised by the Indian Nursing Council (INC), New Delhi and Karnataka Nursing Council (KNC), Bangalore and permitted by the Government of Karnataka. The college was then affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.
The college has a beautiful campus which is away from the city and provides a calm and serene environment for nursing education. The college is known for providing quality nursing education to the students
Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
|KCET||Karnataka Common Entrance Test|
|PGCET||Karnataka Post Graduate Entrance Test|
Yenepoya Nursing College is known for providing quality nursing education to the students. The facilities provided by the college are:
Lab: The college has a Child Health Nursing Lab, Nutrition Lab, Community Health Nursing Lab, Foundation lab, OBG lab, and many more for the students to practice their practical skills.
Central Library: The college library has books related to health sciences that the students can use for research and reference purpose.
Hostel: The college has accommodation facilities and it compulsory for students who are admitted to Yenepoya university reside in the hostel if they are staying more than 10 km away from the college.
Simulation Centre: The college has a simulation centre to give clinical training to the students.
Graduates of Yenepoya Nursing College can become:
Post Basic Bachelor of Science (P. B. B.Sc.) Nursing
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Medical-Surgical Nursing
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Obstetrics and Gynaecology Nursing
Master of Science (M.Sc.) Community Health Nursing
K S Hegde Hospital stop is the nearest bus station to Yenepoya Nursing College.
Nurses are typically responsible for recording and interpreting patient information, performing physical examinations, administering medications, and diagnosing/treating minor afflictions. CNAs and LPNs are considered allied health professionals due to their limited educational scope and abilities. RNs and APRNs, on the other hand, are considered medical professionals because of their thorough, rigorous training and degrees.
M.Sc. Nursing Specialisations include: Medical and Surgical Nursing, Gynaecology and Obstetrics Nursing, Neuroscience and Mental Health Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Oncological Nursing, Neonatal Infant and Newborn Nursing and Nephrological Nursing.
A degree in nursing gives you a range of professional and technical skills, including the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team and to support and advise patients and their families. You also develop the ability to assess, analyse, monitor and evaluate the care you deliver.
The library has 39,000+ books collections, 300+ subscribed print journals (national and international) and e-resources including full text and the bibliographical online database for health & allied science and other various subjects. The library is fully automated, and Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) provides a search window to the library collection.