Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratishthan's mission is to offer facilities for nursing and midwifery training in a proper setting. Since its founding in 1932, this institution has been educating midwives, and in 1944 it received official recognition as a training facility for junior and senior midwives. The school was recognised for teaching Aauxiliary Nurse-Midwives, subsequently known as multipurpose health workers, when the facility was extended into a general hospital in 1956. The school was also recognised for training general nurse-midwives the following year. The institution can train up to 150 pupils at a time. The School receives monthly support from the State Government, which is also covering a portion of the cost of teaching roughly 100 general nurse-midwives. Register Yourself to Get Quick Information - Click Here
Ma Sarada College of Nursing was established in 2005 to run the B.Sc. Nursing course of the West Bengal University of Health Sciences. Every year, the session begins in the month of August. The Indian Nursing Council and the West Bengal Nursing Council both recognise the College, which is associated with the West Bengal University of Health Sciences. The roll strength was 129 as of March 31, 2021. The College began offering a 2-year Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing degree in August 2009. The roll strength was 54 as of March 31, 2021. Through the Joint Entrance Examination (JENPAS-UG), prospective students are centrally chosen and assigned to several Colleges, including this one. Know More Courses & Fees Details
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Yes, Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratishthan is a Private nursing college.