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Applications with full Bio-Data & passport size photographs are invited through E-mail or otherwise within 28 January 2019 for the following posts in Vivekananda College of Nursing & Vivekananda Polyc...  
B.Sc. Nursing Entrance Examination 2018
Admission form and details for admission to B.Sc. Nursing programme -2018 will be available on King George Medical College official website from 9th May & 15th May, 2018.  
Admission Notice for General Nursing & Midwifery Course (G.N.M) at Vivekananda Polyclinic School of Nursing
Applications in prescribed forms are invited from female candidates for admission to the General Nursing & Midwifery Course (G.N.M) duly approved by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi & U.P. State Medi...  
Prospectus & Form
B.Sc. Nursing 2017-18
Prospectus & Form
GNM. Nursing 2018-19
B.Sc. Nursing Course (4Years)
Prospectus & Form
M.Sc. Nursing 2016-17
Anti Ragging Cell
For advance clinical learning experience students have designated clinical hours at parent hospital under the supervision and guidance of Clinical instructors, experience Nursing Staff and Doctors.

The Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama, Lucknow, the local branch centre of the world famous Ramakrishna Mission, P.O. Belur Math, District Howrah, West Bengal, was started in a small way in 1914, for humanitarian work, by a band of young people inspired by the lofty teachings of Swami Vivekananda, the great patriot saint of India.
They helped its growth with years of selfless work, and gradually its activities of social and religious services went on increasing. At first it acquired a plot of land at Ahata Gungey Nawab, Aminabad, Lucknow and constructed its own premises through the munificence of the charity minded local people and devotees. By 1925, its activities had further increased when in that year the Sevashrama was affiliated to the Ramakrishna Mission, a religious and philanthropic organization founded by Swami Vivekananda, at Belur Math, District Howrah (West Bengal); this Mission is registered under the Societies Act XXI of 1860, as revised according the West Bengal Act XXVI of 1961.
In the post - independence period, the accommodation and space available at Aminabad was found to be much too inadequate for meeting public demands for its services, particularly for the Mission's dispensary. The Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama, hereinafter called Sevashrama, in 1961-62 with the benign help of the State Government secured allotment of the present plot of land in the Trans-Gomti Area for establishing the Vivekananda Polyclinic and thereby for enhanced medical and health, educational, religious and cultural services.
The Polyclinic scheme was a bold and ambitious one designed for setting up a Medical Centre of a new type with up-to-date modern diagnostic facilities to serve mainly the outpatients with liberal domiciliary medical services. The Branch Centre at Aminabad was shifted to the new site at the Vivekananda Puram in January 1967. The massive and extensive Vivekananda Polyclinic building for the outpatients came up with financial assistance received from Government and helpful cooperation and support from all quarters. The new building was formally dedicated for public service on 18th February 1970. From June 1970 twelve well equipped Outpatient Departments started functioning.
Aims and Objective
In pursuance of the said Basic Principles, the aims and objectives of the School are to provide opportunities for the students to acquire and develop the following:-
  1. A sound theoretical and practical knowledge and of the basic principles underlying the techniques and methods used in Nursing and Midwifery.
  2. The knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for planning as well as carrying out comprehensive Nursing Care of all categories of sick or disabled persons.
  3. The ability to plan and act independently with full responsibility as a Nurse and Midwife and as a spiritual human being.
  4. The skill and art of teaching others how to adopt a balanced diet and maintaining healthy habits.
  5. The knowledge and skill of bedside manners and to render expert comprehensive bedside nursing care to patients.
  6. The ability to cooperate with others in or out of the hospital in the care of the sick or the disabled, in the prevention of disease, in the promotion of physical and/or mental health, in restoration of health and in rehabilitation.
  7. An ability to establish priorities and meet the patients' or the community needs with available resources.
  8. Recognition, appreciation, and empathy with the physical, mental, social, economical, and emotional traits and needs of a patient and his family and cooperation with them in moulding them on right lines in accordance with the said Basic Principles of the School.
  9. The capacity of keeping calm, serene, and smiling and never to lose temper, even on provocation.
  10. Maintaining the habit of strict punctuality in all activities and obligations.
  11. Imbibing a sense of total devotion to the duties as a Nurse and a Midwife, making it a way of life.