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Admissions Open for B.Sc Nursing at Madurai’s Meenakshi College of Nursing

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  • The College, with 50 seats, is a unit of Meenakshi Mission Hospital & Research Centre. It does not charge any capitation fee
  • Students are provided placement at Meenakshi Mission Hospital & Research Centre and several other reputed healthcare institutions in Tamil Nadu and elsewhere 

The Meenakshi College of Nursing at Madurai, a unit of Meenakshi Mission Hospital & Research Centre (South Tamil Nadu’s largest multi super-specialty healthcare institution with 1,000 beds), has announced admissions to its four-year B.Sc Nursing course. Candidates who have completed 17 years of age and those who have secured minimum of 45% marks or equivalent from any stream in class 12th can apply for admission.

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The course at Meenakshi College of Nursing is unique in several ways, with students provided placement at Meenakshi Mission Hospital & Research Centre and several other reputed healthcare institutions in Tamil Nadu and elsewhere. The renowned faculty and in-hostel facility inside the exclusive premises at Kottakudi (Madurai district) are added advantages.

Said Dr. Gurushankar, Chairman, Meenakshi Mission Hospital, Madurai: “Indian nurses have earned a name for excellence and are in great demand worldwide. Indian healthcare too has undergone a successful change over the last couple of decades, with rising expectations of patients for quality healthcare and a rapid rise in the number of hospitals in the country. Students opting for nursing have a promising career ahead.”

There are 50 seats available at the Meenakshi College of Nursing. Added Dr. S Gurushankar: “We intend to provide the best nursing education to our students, hence there is no capitation fee. At Meenakshi College of Nursing, our focus is fully on offering high-quality training and skills to our students so that they can not only build a bright career for themselves but also help meet the acute shortage of nursing staff in India and other countries.”

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