Khaja Bandanawaz School and College of Nursing
A mind that cares
The Society established 4 year degree course in Nursing in the year 2011.
In the year 1992, Khaja Bandanawaz School of Nursing was established. It is a 3 ½ year General Nursing and Midwifery course. The school combined with the Khaja Bandanawaz Institute of Medical Sciences presents advanced medical facilities with the help of well-qualified staff and a wide clinical field for practical and community nursing services and care.
The students are clinically trained at K.B.N. Teaching & General Hospital which has 500 beds for medical, surgical, paediatric, maternity and specialities like ENT, Orthopaedic among others. Comprehensive health programmes are available for students.
School and hostel premises with all facilities are exclusively provided for female students.
Admission is open to candidate from all parts of India, provided they meet the basic requirements,
Eligibility Criteria :
1. Minimum and Maximum age for admission will be 17 and 35 years respectively. For ANM/LHV, their is no age bar
2. Minimum Education :
- 10+2 Class passed or its equivalent preferable with Science (Physics), Chemistry and Biology) Subject with aggregate of 45% marks.
- Those who have cleared 10+2 vocational ANM course (revised after 2001) from the school recognized by Indian Nursing Council.
- ANM Training i.e. 10+1 ½ years training should also have passed +2 or its equivalent examination.
3. Admission of students shall be once in a year.
4. Students shall be medically fit.
5. In Addition to the above, admission procedure a can be laid down by concerned state Nursing Council / Nursing Examination Boards (S.I.B.E. MI.B.E. CM.A.I.)
The selected candidates have to pay annual fees as fixed by the institution Fees once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances. The fees will be nominal and scholarships / freeship are given to the meritorious students.
Duration of the Course :
The Diploma course in General Nursing and Midwifery/Psychiatry shall be of three years and six months duration.
There should be a preliminary period of 12 Weeks During this time student will attend the wards for observation and supervised practice not exceeding 16 hours per week.
Exemption for ANMs/LHVs / Female Health Workers.
Six month exemption in training shall be given during the third year (in midwifery) to those
- Who have undergone ANM training of 18 months or 2 years recognized by INC
- LHV’s with 2 ½ year of training recognized by INC.
Therefore duration of training shall be of 3 years.