Modern nursing is dynamic, therapeutic and educative process in meeting the health needs of the individuals, the family and the community Nursing is one of the health care agencies in assisting, families and communities to achieve and maintain desirable standards and maintain desirables standards of health.
The trust and “School of Nursing” believes in concept of health as laid down by the World Health Organization (WHO) i.e., “Health is state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”.
Since nurses provided and will undoubtedly continue to provide a large part of health care, there training should equip them with professional expertise to meet the changing demands of society and their expanding role therein. To achieve this, emphasis must be laid to impart the knowledge and skills most relevant to the health care needs of community and the country as whole. This must be accompanied by a corresponding change in professional attitude.
The international council of Nurses states that the unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual, sick or well, in to performance of the performance of those activities, contributing to health or its recover or to peaceful death that he would perform un-aided if he had the necessary strength, will or knowledge, and to do this in such a way to help him gain independence as rapidly as possible.
The trust and “School of Nursing” recognized that basic nursing education is formally recognized program of study providing board and sound foundation in the behavioral, life and nursing science for the general practice of nursing, for a leadership role and for the nursing post basic education in specialties for advanced nursing practice. Trust believes that these basic courses in nursing should prepare nurses for occupying first level position all kinds of health care settings. The school recognizes that nursing is profession which is influenced by advances by advances in science and technology. It believes that skills in all aspect of communication are also essential for and for practice of nursing.
The school also recognizes that the nature of nursing is such that a substantial portion of learning of students is acquired in the clinical fields of practice. It further recognizes the interdependence of nursing and restoring health and prevention of diseases.
The school believes that it has responsibility in helping the student to develop pride in their profession besides keeping them abreast with current knowledge and professional trends for successful career ahead.