"I attribute my success to this;
I never gave nor took any excuse."
– Florence Nightingale

The Department of Nursing at RNTU was established with the idea of respect, integrity, social responsibility, collaboration, diversity, accountability, and excellence. The profession of nursing is one of the most selfless professions there are. Nurses are a boon to a society that is built from various customs, cultures, beliefs, and races. The nobility of this profession demands not only dedication but also kindness in the way the services are delivered with humanity at the fundamental core.

Affiliated by the Indian Nursing Council, the Department of Nursing at the Rabindranath Tagore University works at inculcating nursing qualities in candidates to facilitate their work with doctors in healing the patients and educating communities about the best health practices. We help nurses get established as the backbone of the healthcare system.

The profession nursing also offers the never-ending demand of skilled and trained individuals and hence provides various benefits and job security. Candidates who are skilled in dealing with people and are focused on helping the society with the contributions at their level can greatly succeed in this profession.

    A candidate with a degree in nursing can take up roles like
  • • Coordinator
  • • Educator
  • • Care provider
  • • Counsellor
  • • Researcher
  • • Advocator
  • • Administrator

    in places like:
  • • Defence services
  • • Nursing homes
  • • Hospitals
  • • Aeronautical and railway zones
  • • Factories
  • • Industrial houses

The Rabindranath Tagore University, Institute of Nursing strives for outstanding educational outcomes effulgence by graduates who will be recognized for eminence, hegemony, and lenient care in clinical as well as academic fulfillment.

The Institute of Nursing edifies and emboldens students to become exorbitant restorers who exhibit truthfulness, nascency, concern, accountability and nobility.

The guiding philosophy of the Rabindranath Tagore University, Institute of Nursing for Nursing Program is based on the Institute of Nursing values: collaboration, social responsibility, integrity, respect, accountability, diversity, and excellence.

  • Society
    is comprised of individuals from diverse backgrounds. The Institute of Nursing contributes to society by preparing graduates who advocate for health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment of acute and chronic illness in a global health care environment. Understanding and advocating for the needs of individuals, their families, and the community are essential in promoting active participation in self-care management.
  • Health
    is a dynamic state of healing; one of optimal physiological, psychological, sociological and spiritual well-being. An individual’s personal definition of health is influenced by age, gender, cultural factors, and experience. An individual’s participation in self-care and health promotion behaviors is affected by his/her personal definition of health.
  • Nursing
    is an art and a science with a unique body of intelligence and mastership. Caring is the foundation for all nurse- patient relationships. Nurses are responsible for promoting and maintaining a safe environment while embracing relationship-based care.
  • Learning
    is a dynamic life-long process proceeding from simple to complex allowing individuals to develop their human potential. We believe that correlation of classroom theory with clinical experience is essential. Educational activities in a student-centered environment encourage collaboration among students, faculty, and other health care professionals.
  • Nursing Education
    prepares the student to meet health care needs using the nursing process, applying critical thinking, evidence-based nursing, and clinical reasoning. Innovation provides the framework for educating students to become caring professional nurses exhibiting integrity, clinical competence, effective communication, advocacy, and ethical behavior. We strive for excellence in nursing education and prepare our graduates to be nursing leaders of tomorrow.
  • Collaboration :
    Care of human being occurs within a health care system that provides for consultation, collaborative management, and conferrable between nurse and other health care providers. This care enhances continuity in the best interests of the individual and their families.
  • Integrity :
    Nurse respect their own self-worth, veneration, and professional integrity. They provide an environment that promotes privacy and safety for individual and their families, and protects them from deleterious and unethical practices.
  • Respect :
    Nurse respects the individuality, dignity, and basic human rights of all persons. They support the self-determination of individual and their families through a camaraderie and empowerment. Nurses recognize the normalcy of individual’s life cycle events, including priority needs according to their age which will help them for their physical, mental social and spiritual restoration. A central goal of care is to promote, maintain, and restore the well-being and health of individual, families, and communities.
  • Accountability :
    Nurse maintains a commitment to professionalism through reflective and systematic evaluation of practice and ongoing professional growth.
  • Diversity :
    Nurse approaches the care of individual and their families from a position of cultural humility and inquiry and provides care without discrimination or prejudice.
  • Excellence :
    Nurse applies the scientific evidence from nursing science and related sciences to the care of individual and their families. Nurse educated at the graduate level are prepared to safely and competently practice the International Nurses Council’s core competencies. Doctoral level practitioners are further prepared with skills in leadership, practice inquiry, and evaluation.
  • Faculties
    are committed to nursing education. Their role is to facilitate learning in a student centered culture of caring, trust, and openness, while responding to different learning styles and developmental levels. Faculty serves as role models to promote professional socialization and lifelong learning. They demonstrate leadership and service in a variety of professional and community roles.
  • Provide professional training to deserving eligible students for better job opportunities within and outside the country.
  • Assess the health status, identify nursing needs, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care for patients contributing to the health of the individuals, families and communities.
  • Demonstrate competency in rendering quality health care.
  • Participate as members of health team in the preventive, promotive and restorative and rehabilitative health care delivery system of the country.
  • Demonstrate leadership quality and decision making abilities in various situations.
  • Develop basic skills in nursing research.
  • Utilize resources for continued learning for their personal and professional development.
  • Contribute efficiently as responsible citizen and practice ethical values in their personal and professional life.
  • Institute of Nursing serves students, the nursing profession, health care organizations, and clients receiving care, and the increasing needs of society for qualified nurses by offering programs for students who seek careers in nursing and other medical fields.
  • Institute of Nursing devotes its resources to maintaining quality nursing programs in an environment that focuses on clinical competence across all scopes of practice, and that help develop the technical and thinking skills needed to foster successful careers and a lifetime of continued professional learning.
  • The programs build on foundations of basic education common for nursing education, and all programs meet or exceed highest standards for nursing education programs in India.
  • The nursing programs explore a differentiated practice model that teaches students to maximize their own role development, to seek the opportunity to learn and collaborate effectively with other nurses of differing educational preparations.
  • The programs integrate holistic health care values with traditional health care values so students can explore the understanding of “whole body wellness” during client care.
  • Programs are offered to adult students from the economically and ethnically diverse regional community served.

R   Respect & Responsible   
Nurturing the knowledge and evidence-based practice
T   Team work for collaborative and diverse learning environments
U  Unique and Understand
I  Innovative contributions to healthcare
O  Open and respectful relationships
N  Nursing leadership and recognition

S. No. Name of Faculty Specialization Designation Year of Experience Photo


Dr. C. P. Mishra




Mr. M. S. Deep

GNM & OT Tech, PBBSc., M. Sc. (Child Health Nursing)

HoD, Professor


Ms. A. Gyana Shyla

M.Sc. (Community Health Nursing)

Clinical Instructor


Mr. Satish Gujare

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor


Ms. Priyanka Pathak

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor


Ms. Nikki Pandey

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor


Ms. Pooja Nagwanshi

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor


Ms. Neha Thakur

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor


Ms. Radhana Gupta

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor

Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Eligiblity Creteria : - 10+2 Examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology
Duration : - 4 Year
Program Outcome
Program Specific Outcome

Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a 3-year undergraduate degree programme for students after 10+2 level. The course covers subjects like Biochemistry, Physiology, Anatomy, Fundamentals of nursing, Introduction to community health, first aid with applied sciences and pharmacology, orthopaedics, O.T. technique, microbiology, psychiatric nursing, and more. The candidates are also given extensive training, know-how, and knowledge on how to provide complete nursing care with a problem-solvin approach both in community and the hospitals. The candidate, after B.Sc. Nursing, can go for a Masters degree in nursing or look forward for a teaching career with a Ph.D. degree in hand.


On the basis of merit/AJEE

General Nursing & Midwifery
Eligiblity Creteria : - Pass 10 + 2 (PCB)
Duration : - 3 Year
Program Outcome
Program Specific Outcome

General Nursing and Midwifery is a 3-year diploma programme in paramedics for students after 10+2 level. The course’s primary focus is to train the candidates on how to care for families, individuals, and communities. The candidates, after the course, are hired for positions like forensic nursing, legal nurse consultant, clinical nurse specialist, sale-purchase assistant, teacher & junior lecturer, brand representative, and midwife nurse. As a profession, a candidate after the course essentially helps a mother during the pregnancy stage. They play an essential part in the growth of the community and subsequently the nation by providing support services in the healthcare industry.


On the basis of merit/AJEE

Board of Studies
Internal Members

S.No Name Designation Total Experience
1 Dr. C. P. Mishra Dean 23 years
2 Mr. M. S. Deep Chairman & HoD 19 years
3 Ms. A. Gyana Shyla Clinical Instructor 06 years
4 Mr. Satish Gujare Nursing Tutor 06 years
5 Ms. Priyanka Pathak Nursing Tutor 06 years
6 Ms. Nikki Pandey Nursing Tutor 03 years
7 Ms. Pooja Nagwanshi Nursing Tutor 03 years
8 Ms. Neha Thakur Nursing Tutor 03 years
9 Ms. Radhana Gupta Nursing Tutor 03 years

External Members

S.No Name Designation Total Experience
1 Ms. Manisha Gupta Associate Professor 12 years
Academic Calendar
Co-Curricular Activities (Session Jan - Dec 2018)

Month Day/Dates/Weeks Event

July 2018

1st Week

Admission, campus orientation, Introduction with Syllabus

2nd to 5th Week

Theory Block

August 2018

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block

15th August

Independence Day

18th August
22nd August
25th to 27th August

Refresher Party
Idul Juha, Bakrid
Raksha Bandhan Vacation

September 2018

1st to 3th Week

Theory Block

3rd September
5th September
21st September

Teacher’s Day

4th Week

Quarterly Examination

October 2018

2nd October
18th – 21st October

Gandhi Jayanti
Dussehra Vacation

10 October

World Mental Health Day

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

November 2018

1st to 5th Week

Clinical Block

5th to 9th November
21st November
23rd November

Deewali Vacation
Guru Nanak Jayanti

December 2018

1st December
1st Week

World AIDS Day
Half Yearly Examination

2nd Week

Clinical Block

3rd Week

Lamp Lighting Ceremony

24th Dec. 2018 to 02/01/2019

Winter Vacation

January 2019

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

26th January

Republic Day


5th February

Word Cancer Day

1st to 5th Week

Student Nurses Association Meeting
SNA & TNAI Competition
Remedial Teaching
Clinical Block

March 2019

8th March
24th March

International Women’s Day
World Tuberculosis Day

4th March
20th to 23rd March

Maha Shivratri
Holi Vacation

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

4th Week

Periodical Test

April 2019

7th April

World Health Day

14th April
17 April

Ram Navami
Mahavir Jayanti

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

May 2019

1st Week

Intense Teaching

2nd Week

Pre – University Exam

3rd Week

Preparatory Leave

4th & 5th Week

University Examination

12th May`

International Nurses Day

19th May

Buddha Purnima

June 2019

1st to 30th June

Summer Vacation

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