The Oxford Indian School of Nursing
Indian Nursing Council (INC)
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The Oxford Indian School of Nursing is situated at 6/9, 1st Cross, Begur Road, Hongasandra, Bangalore - 560068 in Bangalore.
- 42 Months
- General Nursing & Midwifery-G.N.M.
- Medicine / Beauty / Health Care
The Oxford Indian School of Nursing - TOISN
Nursing is much more than just a career. It is more about selfless love, care and service.The noble profession of Nursing, founded by 'The Lady with the Lamp', Florence Nightingale. Today it is one of the most and respected as well as rewarded careers in the world. In its real sense, nursing is as old as life itself. Through the ages, it has grown and became complex and highly sophisticated along with the advancement of Science and Technology. Nursing has found its unique and indispensable place in Hospitals, Community Health Centres, Medical Clinics, Nursing Homes, Armed Forces, Ships, Aeroplanes, and all other spheres of human activity.Nursing has its many facets like hospital nurse, visiting nurse, doctor's assistances in diagnosis / treatment / research, industrial health nurse, community health nurse, nurse practitioners and so on. A career in the exciting and interesting field of nursing, offers opportunities not only to be placed in countries around the globe but also in economic security and high levels of self-advancement, self-achievement and job satisfaction.The Indian School of Nursing (A) established in 2003-04. The devoted faculty teaches and trains the students, the art and skill of nursing, making use of the best infrastructure available in the city.
Why join The Oxford Indian School of Nursing
The College has Excellent infrastructure.
1 Type Courses Available
- 1 UG Courses
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Library:-An excellent library having volumes covering from basics to advanced concepts in the field of Nursing and all other related fields are at the disposal of the students. It e nnhances their learning process. The Library at Indian School of Nursing,(A) also has the reference materials needed for deeper understanding of the subject. The library also subscribes a variety of journals and magazines related to the field of Nursing.
Discipline:-Indian School of Nursing,(A) expect a high level of discipline and decorum from students, which shows up in a disciplined approach. Students are expected to be smartly dressed at all occasions and are required to follow the prescribed dress code for theory classes and clinicals. Students who do not fulfill the attendance requirement Prescribed by the Board, will not be allowed to take up the Annual Examinations, 75% for the Diploma Programme.
Ragging in any form is viewed seriously by the Management and anyone found indulging in it would face severe punishment that extends to summary dismissal. Ragging is also an offence under the
Karnataka Education Act, 1983.
Uniform:-The students are required to wear the uniform prescribed by the Institution. The uniform will be stitched by the Institution and the student will have to bear the cost of it.
Withdrawal and Dismissal:-If any student decides to withdraw voluntarily from the institution, during training period or at any stage before completing the course, the student pay back to the college all the money spent on him by the college.The college reserves the right to terminate any student whose work or conduct is not found satisfactory during the period of training.
Student Health Programme:-A comprehensive health programme is available to all students. Students undergo a complete medical check up on admission and thereafter every year.
Laboratories:-Well-equipped laboratories with all modern equipment and supplies are provided by the School to enable students learn and master the skills of nursing more perfectly.
Extra curricular and Recreation:-Extra curricular activities in the form of both indoor/ outdoor and cultural activities are encouraged. A variety of recreational, cultural and social events are organized in time to time. Students are encouraged
to participate in activities of their choice.
Bank Counter:-An extension counter of a nationalized bank, Vijaya Bank, exists and operates within the campus for the benefit and convenience of the students.
Caution Deposit:-A Caution Deposit prescribed by the Management is required to be paid at the time of admission. This deposit is intended to compensate for any damage or loss of the Institution’s property by the student. The amount shall be refunded after deductions, if any, at the time of issue of the Degree Certificate to the student.
Transport:-Indian College and School of Nursing have their own fleet of buses for the use of students for clinicals.
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