Our Resources

Our Resources

Clinical field for training

Seven hundred and Thirteen bedded multispeciality state of the art hospital with an average bed occupancy as 85% – 95% is available for the students for their clinical experience.

We have well organized rural and urban community, where students are given supervised training in community health nursing.

Teaching Faculty

The college of nursing has highly qualified and experienced teaching faculty fulfilling the norms of Maharashtra Nursing Council, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and Indian Nursing Council.

Sr. No. Name of the faculty Designation Qualification Years of experience
1 Mrs. Suchita S. Sawant Principal cum Professor M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing)
2 Ms. Rawade Manisha Madhav Professor cum Vice Principal M.Sc. Nursing
(Community Health Nursing)
3 Ms. Gholap Gayatri Sachin Professor M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing)
4 Ms. Rasaria Shweta Harish Asso. Professor Cum Reader M.Sc. Nursing
(Child Health Nursing)
5 Ms. Floria Rockey Zuzart Asso. Professor Cum Reader M.Sc. Nursing
(Mental Health Nursing)
6 Ms. Dernit Ancilin Allwyn Asso. Professor Cum Reader M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing)
7 Ms. Kavitha Rajan Asst. Professor Cum Lecturer M.Sc. Nursing
(Child Health Nursing)
8 Ms. Anitha Sujith Asst. Professor Cum Lecturer M.Sc. Nursing
(Obstetric & Gyn. Nursing)
9 Ms. Vinitha Krishnakumar Asst. Professor Cum Lecturer M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing)
10 Ms. Anu Harshad Joshi Asst. Professor Cum Lecturer M.Sc. Nursing
(Community Health Nursing
11 Ms. Patil Rimadeepti Sunil Tutor M.Sc. Nursing
(Community Health Nursing)
12 Ms. Bhongale Meena Karan Tutor M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing))
13 Ms. Hirlekar Mansi Rajesh Tutor M.Sc. Nursing
(Community Health Nursing)
14 Ms. Flavia Morrison D’Sa Tutor M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing)
15 Ms. Gonsalves Nandita Roger Tutor M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing)
16 Ms. Beena Ashok Bhatia Tutor B.Sc. Nursing 25
17 Ms. Dayana Shajin Tutor B.Sc. Nursing 12
18 Ms. Sephali Rout Tutor P.B.B.Sc. Nursing 5
19 Ms. Loladiya Nilofar Salimbhai Tutor M.Sc. Nursing
(Obstetric & Gyn. Nursing)
1 year 11 months
20 Ms. Manila Nair Tutor M.Sc. Nursing
(Medical Surgical Nursing)
21 Ms. Joshi Harshada Kishor Tutor B.Sc. Nursing 10 months

External Teaching Faculty

Sr.No. Names Qualification
1 Mr.Adrian Rosario B.Sc.(Maths), Dip. In Computer Software, Diploma in Human Resource Development
2 Ms.Meena R. Kini MA(Clinical Psychology), M.Phil
3 Dr. Varsha Khandekar B.Sc.(Microbilogy), MBBS, MD(Psychiatry)
4 Ms.Shweta P.Akhani B.Ed.,M.Sc.(Chemistry),
P.G.D.P.B.M.(Pharma Management )
5 Ms. Kinjal Maru M.Sc.(Human Development), PG Diploma in Counselling Psycholgy
6 Ms. Suha Z Warekar B.SC., PG CND, RD, CDE (Clinical Nutritionist & Dietitian)
7 Mrs.Rukhshana K.Dadachanji MA(English)
8 Ms.Isha M.Pharm
9 Ms.Sharon Victor MD (Microbiology)
10  Dr.Mayur Mundhe
11 Ms.Shruti Chaturvedi Bachelor of Mass Media & Arts

Lecture Hall

The college of nursing has well equipped classroom for teaching purpose.


The college of nursing has well equipped laboratory for Foundation of Nursing (FON), Community Health Nursing (CHN), Nutrition, MCH, Pathology,Advanced Lab and Microbiology.

Hand on experience is given to students prior to clinical practice.


We have adequate number of books and journals and have digital library source and e-books where students are able to access.


The institute has an auditorium with all facilities for conducting seminars, workshops etc.

Computer Lab

A well equipped lab for student’s independent use with internet facilities is available.

Hostel Facility

The college has its own hostel which has capacity to accommodate 70% of total number of students. Our hostel provides ragging free environment aiming for safety and protection of students.

Other Facility

Students have the facility of banking, STD/ISD in the college campus.

Student’s Nurses Association (SNA)

We have a very active Student’s Nurses Association (SNA) unit under the Trained Nurses’ Association of India( TNAI) for personal and professional growth and development of student.

SNA Activities for the Academic Year

May Nurses Week Celebration
June Elocution and Drawing Competition
August Election of officers team
Independence Day celebration
Fresher’s party
September Teacher’s Day Celebration
Onam Festival
Raksha Bandhan
Singing Competition
October Dasera Celebration
Garba Dance Competition
Essay Writing Competition
November Diwali Celebration
Rangoli Competition
Children’s Day programme
December Sports Meet
X-mas Celebration
Group Singing competition
January College Week Celebration
Personality Contest
Vegetable Carving Competition
February Dance Competition
Case study Competition
Infection Prevention workshop
March Women’s Day Celebration
TB Day Health Campaign
April WHO theme symbiosis
Slogan Competition

National Service Scheme (NSS)

We have a National Service Scheme (NSS) unit under Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) which provides opportunities for our students in social service activities.

NSS Schedule of Activities for the Academic Year

Sr.No. Title Activity Batch Area
1 Breast Feeding week Poster & Slogan 4th year II FR & OPD (BH)
2 Independence Day Patriotic Song, Skit 4th year S.P.Jain Auditorium, (BH)
3 NSS Day Street Play & Rally 3rd year In community
4 Daughter’s Day Slogan 3rd year BHCON
5 Children’s Day Celebration Puppet Show, Games for Children 3rd year II F(Paed) BH
6 AIDS Day Rally & Street Play 3rd year In community
7 NSS camp 4th year RPH
8 National Youth Day Intercollege Essay Competition 3rd year BHCON
9 Republic Day Patriotic song & Panel discussion 3rd year BHCON
10 Women’s Day Panel Discussion on theme 4th year BHCON
11 WHO Day Role play on theme 4th year

Scientific Session

The college regularly organizes seminars, workshops, exhibitions for effective learning of student. The topics taken for this year are as following:-

  • Current trends and issues  in Paediatric Nursing
  • Evidence based nursing practice.
  • Legal and ethical issues in Psychiatric Nursing
  • Quality assurance in Nursing practices
  • Legal aspects of assisted reproductive technology
  • Dynamic of a therapeutic nurse client scholarship.
  • Concept, role and responsibilities of community health nurse practitioners
  • Gender sensitive issues and woman empowerment

In-Service Education

The teaching faculties are facilitated with regular in-service education to update their knowledge.