• Establishment Year

    Just Up

    2010

    age = 7 years

  • Institute type

    Private College

Available college facilities

  • Hostel

  • Classroom

  • Laboratory

  • Extra - Curricular

  • Library

Faculty

A variety of teaching and learning techniques are employed to impart knowledge to the students at Hospital and School of Nursing.

More about Anil Baghi Hospital and School of Nursing, Punjab

Anil Baghi Hospital and School of Nursing is affiliated to Punjab nurses registration council and regular recognition by Indian nursing council.

Courses Offered at Anil Baghi Hospital and School of Nursing, Punjab

The college offers a diploma course in general nursing and midwifery combined for three years and six months duration.

1 Courses

Courses after 10th (1)

Diploma course in Nursing
Affiliated to Punjab Nurses Registration Council, Mohali
Accrediated by Other
  • INR

    Total Course Fee

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    Mandatory fees for the total duration of the degree. Doesn't includes overages like transport, hostel, etc. if they are optional.

    50,000
  • Duration

    48 months

Course details

The college offers Diploma course in Nursing & Midwifery course. It's a three years and six months diploma programme.
Admission Criteria:

The candidate should have passed 10+2 or equivalent from any recognised board. Selection will be based as per the university norms.

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Available College Facilities

The institute's infrastructure is modern with well equipped facilities.

Hostel
The institute provides separate hostel facilities for boys and girls.
Classroom
The classrooms/ lecture halls in the college are fully furnished.
Laboratory
The college has a state-of-art computer laboratory equipped with 60 P-IV nodes on LAN system with free internet access through 512 Kbps broadband facility.
Extra - Curricular
Regular personality development workshops. Regular seminars, workshops and conferences.
Library
College has a well stocked library.

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