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February 7, 2009

Indian Nursing Council

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www.indiannursingcouncil.org

The Indian Nursing Council is an Autonomous Body under the Government of  India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare was constituted by the Central Government under section 3(1) of the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947 of  parliament in order to establish a uniform standard of training for nurses, Midwives and health visitors.

For More Info Click Following links >>  Functions, Structure & Committee | Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947 | State Nurses Registration Council

 Types On Nursing Programs for school, College, Diploma, PhD ETC offered by INC

  • Auxiliary Nurse & Midwife
  • General Nursing & Midwifery
  • B. Sc (Basic)
  • B.Sc (Post Basic)
  • M. Sc.
  • M. Phil
  • Ph.D in nursing
  • Post Basic Specialty Diploma Courses
  • Post Basic Diploma in Emergency and Disaster Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Critical Care Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Oncology Nursing
  • Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct
  • Clinical Assignment – Guideline
  • Laboratory Equipments and Articles
  • Teaching Material for Quality Assurance Model Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Neonatal Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Neuro Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Cardio-Thoracic Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Orthopaedic & Rehabilitation Nursing
  • Post Basic Diploma in Operation Room Nursing

 For Details about eligibility criteria / ADMISSION TERMS & CONDITION / Guidelines / regulation / fee structure / recognized institutes use following

Types of Nursing Programs | Guidelines to Start Nursing Programs | Regulation For Nursing Programs |
Fee Structure | Types of Inspections | Recognized Nursing Institute


 Application Form for school, college,  diploma, Ph.D

Online Application | Download Form(s) For New Proposal | Ad Hoc Inspector | Renewal / Validity of Nursing Prog. | Guide For Ph.D Nursing | Upgradation of school to college


PHD in Nursing In India Supported by WHO – National Consortium for Ph.D Nursing in India.


       National consortium for Ph.D in Nursing (hereafter called as Ph.D Consortium) has been constituted by Indian Nursing Council (INC) in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences and W.H.O., under the Faculty of Nursing to promote doctoral education in various fields of Nursing. National Consortium for Ph.D. has been constituted by Indian Nursing Council to promote research activities, in various fields of Nursing. Ph. D Consortium of Indian Nursing Council in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, intends to initiate Ph.D. degree programme in Nursing under the aegis of RGUHS. 6 study centres namely College of Nursing, NIMHANS, Bangalore, R.A.K. College of Nursing, New Delhi, C.M.C. College of Nursing, Vellore, C.M.C. College of Nursing, Ludhiana, Govt. College of Nursing, Thiruvanthapuram, Govt. College of Nursing, Hyderabad, has been recognized by National Consortium for Ph.D. in Nursing. These centres will be connected by Video conferencing facilities. MOU has been signed between INC, WHO and RGUHS

National Consortium of PHD Background | Instruction to PHD Students | Research Areas | Ph.D Announcements

Indian Nursing Council’s Circulars

  •  Resolution of Indian Nursing Council Reg.

  • Date Extended to 15th July 2008 for A.N.M. Programme Regarding.

  • Institution should have its own Building-regarding.

  • New Proposals to state Nursing to Open School/ College of Nursing – Regarding.

  • New Proposals to Director of Health Services Open School/ College of Nursing – Regarding.


    Indian citizens possessing foreign nursing qualification

    Indian citizens possessing foreign nursing qualification are examined individually & after examination the syllabi and conformation from concerned foreign authorities, the nurses are granted approval for registration in India with the recommendation of equivalence committee under Section 11(2)(a) INC Act. 1947.The foreign National possessing foreign qualification can also work in charitable institutions for a limited period with the approval of President, INC. Their transfer are evaluated/examined by the equivalence Committee Members and if they are found at par, temporary permission is granted under Section 11(2)(b) of INC Act. 1947 for employment in Charitable Institutions.

    Process:
    The university/board from where the student has acquired the qualification shall duly fill up the transcript Performa. The duly filled transcript Performa will be placed before the equivalency committee meeting, the recommendation with regard to equivalency status there after will be informed to the concerned candidates.


  •  Transcript of General Nursing Midwifery of Equivalent courses completed from Foreign Countries.

  • Transcript of B.Sc. Nursing (Basic) or Equivalent Course Completed from Foreign Countries

  • Transcript of Master Of Nursing Equivalent Courses completed from Foreign Countries.


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