Nepalgunj Nursing Campus was initially established by Government of Nepal as an ANM training school in 2026 BS. This school was involved for the period of 15 years in producing Auxilliary Nursing Midwives (ANM). Later on, in the year 2028 BS (1972 AD) it was taken over by Tribhuvan University and was renamed as ANM Extension Campus under Institute on Medicine. It was upgraded to Nursing Campus from the academic year in 2044/045 BS onwards. Since then, this campus has been conducting the PCL in Nursing (Proficiency Certificate Level in Nursing) programme. The target number of students for intake in PCL nursing programme was 30 from the academic year in 2044/045 to 2052/053 BS. Since the academic year 2053/054 BS, the target number of students was increased to 35. ANM extension campus renamed after being handed over by Government of Nepal to TU) has produced 448 ANMs from 2026 to 2045 BS and the Nursing Campus has trained 167 graduates from 2044 to 2055 BS.
To develop nursing educational programs of international standard from basic to highest level so that the human resources developed in the institution here are capable of meeting the need of nursing services, education and research at any environment of rural urban situation.
Emphasis shall be laid to inculcate the habit and motivate the students to adopt the principle of nursing care to the sick people of all ages irrespective of their cast, creed, sex and economic status. The program provides the opportunity to the students to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to nursing and professionalism in nursing management and education, general nursing care, care of mother and child including primitive healthcare and research.
GOAL / OBJECTIVES:
- Provide advanced knowledge and practical skills in Nursing Science, covering primary health care for Nursing graduated.
- Established and operate Nepalgunj Nursing Campus and continue on going educational programs with the aim of providing quality health care services and also developing human resource of highest quality, particularly in nursing fields in order to meet the national and international need.