Faculty of Nursing has crossed a decade of existence since its inception in 2005. The faculty started offering undergraduate program in 2005, post graduate program from 2014. We offer Doctoral program also. All the courses are recognized by the INC and Tamilnadu Nurses and Midwives Council and affiliated to the Dr. M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute, Deemed to be University.


To offer quality Nursing education with significant emphasis on Research, ethical values and evolving trends on par with global standards


  • Provide strong foundation to students in Nursing, basic sciences, social sciences, education technology and soft skills in order to enhance better nursing service.
  • Use evidence based nursing practices to educate undergraduate and post graduate students.
  • Instill research inquiry skills among students in order to generate new evidences and apply them in the field of practice.
  • Prepare nurses with principled practical knowledge and competent clinical skills with excellent leadership qualities to serve in the field of nursing service, education, Research and administration.
  • Integrate the quality of compassion, service orientation and lifelong learning among students.

Program Objectives

On completion of the four years B.Sc Nursing Programme the graduates will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge from physical, biological and behavioral sciences, medicine including alternative systems and nursing in providing nursing care to individuals, families and communities.
  • Demonstrate understanding of life style and other factors, which affect health of individuals and groups.
  • Provide nursing care based on steps of nursing process in collaboration with the individuals and groups.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking skill in making decisions in all situations in order to provide quality care
  • Utilize the latest trends and technology in providing health care
  • Provide promotive, preventive and restorative health services in line with the national health policies and programmes
  • Practice within the framework of code of ethics and professional conduct and acceptable standards of practice within the legal boundaries.
  • Communicate effectively with individuals and groups, and members of the health team in order to promote effective interpersonal relationship and teamwork
  • Demonstrate skills in teaching to individuals and groups in clinical/community health settings
  • Participate effectively as members of the health team in health care delivery system
  • Demonstrate leadership and managerial skills in clinical/community health settings
  • Conduct need based research studies in various settings and utilize the research findings to improve the quality of care
  • Demonstrate awareness, interest and contribute towards advancement of self and of the profession


Courses Offered

Under Graduate Courses

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc.Nursing) - Duration 4 Years

Post Graduate Courses

Master of Science in Nursing (M.Sc.Nursing) - Duration 2 Years

Nursing Foundations Laboratory
Our Nursing Foundation lab enables the students to gain adequate knowledge regarding basic procedures through which the firm foundations of the fundamentals in nursing is laid down.

The lab is well equipped and well ventilated with all the necessary equipments as per the INC requirements like patient cots, mattresses, bed sheets, bedside lockers, all types of linens and blankets, napkins and towels. Devices to provide comfort such as bed cradle, cardiac table and back rest are made available.

The lab is also equipped with wheel chair and stretcher in order to practice shifting and transferring patients. The lab is also equipped with Unisex multi function Adult mannequins, simulators for Venepuncture and urinary catheterisation, Adult Full Body and TORSO CPR Mannequins, Compression only CPR mannequins. Students are taught the basic procedures and allowed to practice before it is actually performed on patients in the real clinical setting.

All basic procedures like meeting nutritional needs, elimination needs, Administration of various types of medications, ostomy care, simple suturing techniques and bandaging are demonstrated on Unisex Adult mannequins.

Advanced Nursing Skills Laboratory
Advanced Nursing skills lab provides an environment for the undergraduate and post graduate students to master the skills in advanced clinical procedures. The Lab is well furnished with an ICU environment with advanced electronic full body CPR mannequin, O2 cylinder flow meter, and Suction apparatus, different sizes procedure trays, and all surgical instruments.

Community Health Nursing Laboratory
The aim of Community Health Nursing is to prepare students to render comprehensive care to the individual, family, and community and to develop an understanding of rural and urban community health management.

Community Health Nursing Laboratory is well equipped to enhance students to provide Comprehensive care to the Community. The lab consists of the all equipment for providing the basic care in term of primary health care like community bag, models, puppets and others thereby help our students to face any challenges in the community.

Maternal and Child Health Laboratory
The Maternal and Child Health Lab is well equipped with Birthing Simulator with CPR , Pelvis, Fetal Skull, Various Obstetrical Instruments, different kinds of Models etc. in addition to labour board , adult and paediatric cots. This lab also has neonatal CPR mannequin, baby and pediatric mannequin which provides firsthand experience to handle neonates and children. The lab provides students with a realistic, simulated clinical environment to practice and demonstrate competency in skills related to Obstetrics and Paediatric.

Nutrition Lab
Nutrition is a subject designed to assist nursing students to acquire knowledge on nutrition for maintenance of optimum health at different stages of life and its application for practice of nutrition.

Our Nutrition lab is well ventilated and well furnished.The lab is well established with all facilities for the preparation of different food items. The equipment include like refrigerators, mixture, dinner set, cooking vessels, automated weighing machine, stoves , gas cylinders and microwave oven. Nutrition Practical orients the student to cookery rules, preservation of food, and preparation of balanced / therapeutic diet for different categories of people.
Computer Lab
The Computer lab is equipped with more than 25 personal computing work stations with Microsoft windows and office 2016 applications in order to prepare and develop students for Global Competence. All the Computers are connected with LAN and internet services. The students can access to e books in all subjects. This innovative technological lab aids the Nursing students to gain knowledge and provide quick access to information.


Infrastructure and Learning Resources

The faculty is within the A.C.S. Medical College and Hospital campus, which is a constituent unit of this University. The class rooms are well equipped with adequate ventilation and lighting.

A well equipped library with good collection of books and journals is available which functions from 08.00 A.M to 08.00 P.M. Spacious Reading Hall, Reference Section, Computers with Wifi access and photocopying facility make learning more conducive.

Clinical /Community Posting

In order to develop hands on skill students are posted in the Parent Hospital. Clinical Tie up is also obtained from speciality hospitals like Kanchi Kama Koti Child Trust Hospital, Institute of Mental Health (IMH) ,Corporation Health Posts.

For Community Health Nursing students are posted in Community areas of our parent hospital, Nazrathpet and Adayalam pattu .

The college has well equipped labs as per INC norms in order to demonstrate procedures to the students.
  • Nursing Foundation and Medical Surgical Nursing Laboratory
  • Child Health Nursing Laboratory
  • Community Health Nursing Laboratory
  • Gynecological and Midwifery Nursing Laboratory
  • Nutrition Lab
  • Computer Lab


A minimum of 80% attendance in theory and practical in each subject is required to appear for the university examination.

However a candidate must have 100% attendance in each of the practical areas before the award of degree.


  • The Candidates appear for theory and practical examination conducted by Dr. M.G.R University at the end of each academic year.
  • Internal assessments make up 25% of total university marks.
  • A candidate should have cleared all the subjects in first, second and third year before appearing for the final year examination.


All the students are required to wear

Association & Activities


Students are members of State Student Nurses Association.


As part of Extension services our faculty conducts health awareness programs in and around the campuses. Students participate in Health camps organized by our parent Hospital. The Faculty has four clubs; Debate club, Seminar Club, Innovation Club and Fine Arts Club which conducts programs periodically.




Name of the Event


No. of Participants



9- 13 Oct 2020

National Level Reflective Journal Writing Competition on the theme "Lockdown Learning” to observe World Mental Health Day  2020


36 college students of various disciplines participated  across the country

13 Best Reflective Journals were selected & the students were rewarded with e-certificates.

Mrs.Sujitha Jebarose.T




Health Education Videos (Tamil & English-3 Nos.) made by students to create awareness regarding Mental Health & Mental Illness


The videos uploaded in YouTube & viewed by more than 200 viewers


Mrs.Sujitha Jebarose.T




9 – 10 Oct 2020

National level e-Quiz competition to commemorate World Mental Health Day  2020


546 nursing students participated from different parts of our country

257 students secured more than 70% marks & awarded with e- certificates.

Mrs.Liji Sara Varghese

Mrs. Ruth Saranya

Mrs.Sujitha Jebarose.T

Mrs.Rema Muketiah



20-29  Oct 2020

In house Health Education video making competition for 3-5 minutes to create awareness regarding Healthy Heart was conducted


2 students  participated


Mrs.Parameswari M



State Level online quiz to commemorate World Heart Day 

Dr.Prof. Hema V.H.

781 students participated  across the country

203 participants got more than 70% and received auto generated e certificate.

Mrs.K. Packialakshmi



National level online Quiz competition- JAM (Just A Minute) -125 questions in 100 minutes (for B.Sc.Nursing and GNM Nursing)


201 students from 26 Colleges across the country, 196 appeared for the Quiz

196 received    e-certificate of participation, top ten students were given an additional certificate of Appreciation



(Prize sponsor – Elsevier Publishers)



Webinar on "Breast milk: The first vaccine for the Newborn’’was conducted in collaboration with NSS wing of the University Following the webinar online Quiz on World Breastfeeding was conducted.

Dr. Shanthidhinakaran MD, DGO, Professor and HOD of OBG, A.C.S

405 registrants across the Globe


Medical College and Hospital



E-Booklet for WABA


The ebook was released by Dr. S.Geetha Lakshmi on 5.7.2020 during the webinar for World Breast Feeding week. The First copy   was received by Dr.Shanti Dinakaran HOD And Prof Dept of Gynae Obs.Dr. S.Geetha Lakshmi on 5.7.2020 during the webinar for World Breast Feeding week. The First copy   was received by Dr.Shanti Dinakaran HOD And Prof Dept of Gynae Obs.


Faculty of Nursing

Faculty and Students

Received ISBN number


28.7.2020 to 30.07.2020

World Hepatitis Day Online quiz with automatic certificate generation



Good. 733 scored above 60% in 1290 and received auto generated e certificate


Mrs.Packialakshmi K



Webinar on Self-Awareness

Dr.Hema.V.H, Principal



Faculty of Nursing



Getting over Procrastination

Dr.Hema.V.H ,Principal,



Faculty of Nursing



Opportunities for Nurses in Australia  (Placement programme)

Mr.Roshan Paul,



Sale and Marketing Manager,

Key 2 Care,

Mr.Vijay Subramanian


Immersion Learning Pvt Ltd


10.7.2020 to 20.7.2020

World Breastfeeding Week-E-Poster competition

Dr.Hema.V.H Principal,



Faculty of Nursing

(Yet to judge)

Students have prepared posters and sent with interest



Nurses Role In Care of Patients with Thoracic Injury

Mr.Ranjith,Critical Nurse in Emergency Department,



Gold Coast University Hospital




Bundle of Care Infection Prevention In ICU




Nursing Officer

Government Rajaji Hospital




COVID TIMES Nursing Intervention and Treatment Modalities on Pneumonia ,Sepsis

Nr.Anand Namasivayam



PaediatricCritical Care Nurse,

Gold Coast University Hospital,




Qualitative Research Phenomenology by Journal Club





Samaritan College of Nursing





Care of Patients on ECMO IN ICU




Deputy Sister Critical Care,

Family Liaison Programme Lead,

Royal Paworth Hospital




Blood Donation Day

Dr.Hema VH



Online Power point presentation competition for nursing students

Mrs. Liji Sara Varghese

Topic: "Role of Nurses in Blood Donation”





7 .6.2020 to 14.6.2020

Blood Donation Day-2020


Registered around 500

Good and active participation was from various colleges and districts. Slogans received:138 English,100-Tamil Certificates issued for outstanding and best slogans

National Slogan writing competition in Tamil and English.


E-Booklet was prepared by the Faculty and students

Faculty of Nursing





Role of Nurse in Emergency care of Head Injury

Prof.T.S.Ravi Kumar,RN,MSc(N)



Trauma team Co-ordinator,

Dept. of Accident and Emergency Nursing,

CMC Vellore


30.5.2020 to 10.6.2020

COVID-19-Past, Present, Future challenge

Dr.Hema .V.H along with NSS unit


Good and various colleges participated in the quiz

On line quiz




Care of Critically Ill Ventilated Covid Patients (Alumni interaction)

Mr.John Bosco,



Nurse Educator,

Apollo hospital,




Covid19 Nursing Challenges (Alumni Interaction)

Mr.Waseem Ahmed,



Registered  Nurse Band 5,




ON line Debate

Moderator :



Whose Voice Will Lead Nursing the World to Health

Dr. Hema VH

Nurses in Service Sector


Dr.Hepsibah and 3 students

Faculty of Nursing

Nurses in Education Sector


Mrs. Parameshwari and 3 students



6.5.2020 to 12.5.2020

Nurses day celebration-Poster making,Rangoli ,Elocution, Solo singing, Crossword puzzle making





Faculty of Nursing



Covid-19: lessons to be learnt for the present and future of dental and general health

Organised by



Dr.MGR University



31.3.2020 to 5.4.2020

Poster making/Video making-COVID 19 Awareness

NSS unit and co-ordinated by Mrs. Florence Nursing Tutor


Good and uploaded all posters in Youtube



Online course COVID-19

World Health Organisation


Good and received many


  • Elizabeth Jelin, Parameswari.M, Hema V.H (2020), Evaluate The Bone Mineral Density And Determine The Knowledge And Health Belief Among Women Following Osteoporosis Prevention Programme, World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Life Science.
  • MargreatA.Roselin, Parameswari.M, Hema V.H, (2020)Descriptive Study to Assess The Knowledge, Attitude And Practice Regarding Hypothyroidism Among Women, World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Life Science.
  • Usha.E, S HepsibahSharmil, Ruth Saranya (2020), "Practice of Mothers to seek Medical Attention for their Children with Acute Respiratory Infection”, International Journal of Medical and Exercise Science, ISSN: 2455-0159, Vol 6 (3), page no 770 -783. DOI: 10.36678/ijmaes.2020.v06i03.002.
  • Hepsibah Sharmil, Ruth Saranya (2020), "Escalate the Habit of Reading for Learning” Exemplar Caselets’, Publisher Faculty of Management Studies, Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute (Deemed to be University) ISBN 978-93-88568-17-3, page no 114 – 119.
  • Elizabeth Jelin, Parameswari.M, Hema V.H (2020), Evaluate The Bone Mineral Density And Determine The Knowledge And Health Belief Among Women Following Osteoporosis Prevention Programme, World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Life Science.
  • MargreatA.Roselin, Parameswari.M, Hema V.H, (2020)Descriptive Study to Assess The Knowledge, Attitude And Practice Regarding Hypothyroidism Among Women, World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Life Science.
  • Sujitha JJ, Sandhya R, Manickam S. (2020). "Effective Mission for Effective Vision”. International Journal of Nursing Education.Vol: 12(4). DOI: 10.37506.
  • Liji SV, Sujitha JJ, Glady M, Bhuvaneshwari B. (2020). "Depression among Wives of Clients with Alcoholic Dependence”.ICCR- Journal of Nursing Research.Vol:5(1) ISSN No:2456 – 0200.
  • Sandhya R, Sujitha Jebarose T.(2020). "Effect of Habitual Mobile Usage on Sleep Quality among Adolescents”. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development Vol: 11(1).ISSN NO: 0976-5506.DOI: 10.37506.
  • Sandhya R, Sujitha Jebarose T.(2020). "Effectiveness of Ice compress application on the level of pain among patients with chest drainage”. PondicherryJournal of Nursing. Vol:13(1). ISSN NO: 2279-0144.DOI: 10.5005.
  • Sujitha Jebarose,(2020). "Ekbom Syndrome”. TNNMC- Journal of Mental Health Nursing.Vol: 8(1).ISSN: 2322-0252.
  • Usha.E, S HepsibahSharmil, Ruth Saranya (2020), "Practice of Mothers to seek Medical Attention for their Children with Acute Respiratory Infection”, International Journal of Medical and Exercise Science, ISSN: 2455-0159, Vol 6 (3), page no 770 -783. DOI: 10.36678/ijmaes.2020.v06i03.002.
  • Hepsibah Sharmil, Ruth Saranya (2020), "Escalate the Habit of Reading for Learning” Exemplar Caselets’, Publisher Faculty of Management Studies, Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute (Deemed to be University) ISBN 978-93-88568-17-3, page no 114 – 119.
  • Bhuvaneshwari,Liji Sara Varghese (2020) Effectiveness of Brain Gym Exercises on SelfEsteem and Level of Concentration among High School Students,World Journal of Pharmaceutical & Life Sciences, ISSN, Vol. Iss. pp, DOI
  • Liji Sara Varghese,Sujitha J J (2020)Depression among Wives of Alcoholic Dependents, ICCR-Journal of Nursing ResearchPublished on
  • Liji Sara Varghese,Dr.R.Kangavalli (2020) Level of Social Anxiety, International Journal of Advanced ResearchISSN, Vol. Iss. pp, DOI
  • Hepsibah S (2019), "Abiding with Law: The system of Hospital Incident Report”, Medico-legal issues and the need for medical tribunal. Proceedings of the National Conference on Medico-legal issues and the need for medical tribunal, The Central Law College, Salem. Tamil Nadu Sep. 28 -29,pp 43 – 49, ISBN 978-93-5265-308-9
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  • Hepsibah Sharmil,Girija. J,Geetha. K (2019) ‘Health Information Technology Media By Nurses In Patient Care’ International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation,vol.2, no.2, pp 62-66 DOI10.32996/ijllt.2019.2.2.8
  • Sandhya.R, Sujitha Jebarose.(2019).”Assessment of knowledge and practice regarding the health hazards of plastics in domestic use among women”. ICCR- Journal of Nursing Research.Vol:4(2) ISSN No:2456 – 0200.
  • Sandhya R, Sujitha Jebarose,(2019). "MUDD Mapping”. TNNMC-Journal of Nursing Education & Administration. ISSN: 2332-0292.Vol: 7(1).42-44.
  • Sujitha Jebarose,(2019). "Autogenic Relaxation Therapy”. TNNMC- Journal of Mental Health Nursing. ISSN: 2322-0252.Vol: 7(2).20-22.
  • Geetha K (2019) To assess the knowledge of mothers under five children with vitamin A deficiency, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR)
  • Hema.V.H (2018)Intersensory perception model: Integrating the sixth sense in providing nursing care Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences Volume 4, Issue 1
  • Hepsibah Sharmil, Vaidyanathan R, Das P, Sengupta A (2018) What’s Next ? – Stepping towards the future of Electronic Thesis and Dissertation ETD 2018 Taiwan Sept. 26~28. Beyond the Boundaries of Rims and Oceans: Globalizing Knowledge with ETDs
  • Jerina Rupa,Motcharakkini.L, Sujitha Jebarose,(2018). "Breakfast Skipping And Associated Unhealthy Food Habits Among High School Adolescent Girls”.HETICON’18.
  • Sujitha Jebarose.(2018).” Nomophobia Among Undergraduate Students”. HETICON’18
  • Praveen Kumar.M, Sujitha Jebarose.(2018). "Case Presentation on Delusional Parasitosis”. HETICON ’18
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  • Hepsibah S, Vaidyanathan R, Das P, Sengupta A (2017) ‘Exploratory Practice on ETDs for Better Information Literacy’ USETDA Conferences, August 7 to 9 ETD2017 Symposium, Washington DC, USA
  • Vaidyanathan R, Hepsibah S (2017) Entrepreneurship Education Though a Blended Teaching Approach INFLIBNET Centre, 11th International August 2 to 4 CALIBER 2017Anna University, Chennai
  • Hepsibah Francis, Duttagupta, K. K., Rama Vaidyanathan, (2017) Health Information Technology in Emergency Department, IUP Journal of English Studies.
  • A K Sharma, Hepsibah Francis. (2017) Transformational Leadership and Individual Creativeness – Case Study of Rabindra Library. Association of Indian Universities, University News, pp 55 (3)
  • Packialakshmi K,Prof. T Vidhya (2017). "Effectiveness of warm compress in the management of complications among patients with peripheral intravenous infusion”. International Journal of Pharma and Bio Science. Volume 8 (4). P- 208-213
  • Packialakshmi K, Prof. T Vidhya (2017). "Effectiveness of Glycerin Magnesium Sulfateinperipheral intravenous infusion complications”. International Journal of Scientific Research. Volume 6 (12). ISSN No- 2277-8179. IF: 4.176. IC value: 93.98
  • Hema.V.H(2016) Sociometry, International Journal on Multilevel Global Research, Vol.02, Issue 1,
  • Hepsibah Francis, Rama Vaidyanathan,A.Thirunavukkarasu. (2016)The Perceived Ease In Adoption of Electronic Thesis And Dissertation (ETD). INFLIBNET @ Shodganga.
  • SujiPriya.P., Hepsibah Francis, (2016) Nilavembu, A Conventional Therapy for Dengue Fever – A review.Asian Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology & Environmental Sciences.(AJMBES)
  • Dennis Liu, Charlotte de Crespigny, Nicholas Procter, Janet Kelly, Hepsibah Francis, Miriam Posselt, Imelda Cairney, Cherrie Galletly(2016) Comorbidity Action in the North – a study of services for people with comorbid mental health and drug and alcohol disorders.Australian Psychiatry, Vol 24, Iss 6,pp. 592–597
  • Hema.V.H (2015) Fight the Fear: Using Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse Model (PCSA Model)’, International Journal of Comprehensive Nursing, Vol. 2, Issue. 1,
  • Hema.V.H (2015) The Role of Four Score Scale in the Assessment of Coma, International Journal of Comprehensive Nursing, 2015 Vol. 2, Issue. 8,
  • Hema.V.H (2015) A Descriptive Study to Assess the Level of Knowledge Regarding First Aid management of Domestic accidents among Mothers of under Five Children and Safety Practices at Home in Rural Village, International Journal of Nursing and patient safety & Care, Vol. 5, Issue. 2
  • Hema Viswanatha Halasyam, Parameswari and Delci Rani, The Role of Four Score Scale in theAssessment of Coma, IJCN, 2015, 2(8):1-3.
  • deCrespigny, C., Grønkjær, M., Liu, D., Moss, J., Cairney, I., Procter, N., Posselt, M., Francis, Hepsibah, Schultz, T., Banders, A. (2015). Service provider barriers to treatment and care for people with mental health and alcohol and other drug comorbidity in a metropolitan region of South Australia.Advances in Dual Diagnosis, 8(3), pp 120-128.
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  • Hema.V.H (2013) Knowledge of Diabetes among Rural Population Nightingale Nursing., Times India ISSN Vol. 8 No.10,
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  • Hema.V.H (2012) Perception of Nursing Students towards internship, TNAI Journal of Nursing, vol. CIII, No 8,
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  • Hepsibah Sharmil. S., AwarenessofCommunityHealthNursesonLegalAspectsof Health Care.International Journal of Public Health Research Special Issue 2, 2011. 1(1): p. 199-218.
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