Vidya Vikas College Of Nursing
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Vidya Vikas College Of Nursing is situated at #127-128, Mysore - Bannur Road Alanahally, Alanahally Post Mysore - 570028 in Mysore.
Vidya Vikas College Of Nursing - VVCN Mysore - VVCN
Vidya Vikas College of Nursing (VVCN) proffers degre courses such as B.Sc in Nursing and M.Sc. in Nursing. VVPITI came into existence in the year 2005. Based in #127-128, Mysore - Bannur Road Alanahally, Alanahally Post Mysore - 570028, the institute is affiliated to the University of Mysore. 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. The modern teaching methodology assists the students in getting an all around view of engineering, technology and the entrepreneur world. 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 VVCN 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.
Why join Vidya Vikas College Of Nursing Mysore
The college infrastructure is well furnished with all the basic facilities for the students.
2 Type Courses Available
- 1 UG Courses
- 1 PG Courses
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At Vidya Vikas College of Nursing (VVCN) the students are endowed with all convenient amenities that make their life 'go easy' in college hours, alongside make learning more interesting. Some of the facilities include well ventilated classrooms, recreational areas, hostel facility for boys and girls, indoor and outdoor games, stocked library, seamless internet/wifi connectivity, medical facilities etc.
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