School of Nursing: Admission Policy

Pupils are selected for the course after a written test, an interview and a medical check up.
After a course of instruction for three months, an examination is held and successful candidates take part in an impressive ceremony called Capping Ceremony after which they are given the NURSING CAP, a symbol of Nursing Service. At this ceremony they take vows, composed in lucid Sanskrit of life-long dedicated service to the sick and suffering.
Those who cannot pass the said examination are not eligible for continuing the training.

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