Maa Saraswati School of Nursing (MSSN) Abohar

Abohar (Punjab) Approved by : Indian Nursing Council (INC) Type : Private

Overview

Maa Saraswati School of Nursing has been Estabilished under the management of Maa Sarswati Educational Society directed by the pioneer educationalist fair as well as by socialy respectable and renowed people from this society, Who have been working in this field, which allows students a world class education to fully develop their professional abilities, which fosters a strong sense of responsibilities and ethics.The vision of Maa Saraswati School of Nursingis to be the leading centre of learning and innovation in emerging areas of business and management education. For every course the college imparts practical training to its students that helps them to understand better, improve their demonstrative skills, eliminate hesitation and in this process strives to mould them into industry ready professionals. Mission of Maa Saraswati School of Nursing is 'to foster critical analysis by training students both in theory and practice so as to equip them with skills needed for facing global challenges with team work and human values. And to build quality network with the Industry, educationists and the society for exchanging knowledge'.The diligent faculty team of the college possesses hands-on experience and up to date knowledge of their subject and area of expertise. The infrastructure and facilities of Maa Saraswati School of Nursing consists of spread-out campus alongside various amenities in the form of library, computer center, classrooms with proper teaching and learning aids, medical facilities etc. The institute seeks to place each of its students in an organization/company of great repute.

 

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Contact Details of Maa Saraswati School of Nursing, Abohar

  • Contact No:
    01634-234570
  • Email ID:
    mscopabohar@gmail.com
  • Website:
    http://mssonabohar.org/index.php
  • Address:
    VPO Kala Tibba, P.O. Ramsara Sitto Dabwali road, Abohar,Punjab,India