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MNR College of Nursing

MNR College of Nursing was started in the year 2002 by the MNR Educational Trust in the MNR-AHER Campus, Sangareddy and is approved by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi and Telangana State Nurses, Midwives Council, Hyderabad, It is affiliated to Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences, Warangal.

Our nursing professionals are well trained and are competent to undertake responsibilities and to perform nursing care. Modern nursing is a dynamic therapeutic and educative process in meeting the health needs of the individuals, the family and the community.

Since nurses provide a large part of health care, MNR’s training equips them with professional expertise to meet the changing demands of society and their expanding role therein.

To achieve this, emphasis is laid to impart the knowledge and skills most relevant to the health care needs of the community as a whole. The nursing education has a responsibility in helping the students to develop pride in their profession, besides keeping them abreast with current knowledge and professional trends for a successful career ahead.

Courses Offered

Courses Offered Duration University Eligibility
M.SC(N)Medical Surgical Nursing
M.SC(N)Community Health Nursing
M.SC(N) Obstretical & Gynaecological Nursing
2 Years Kaloji Narayana Rao University 1 year experience after registration of RN & RM aggregate 50%, not more than 45 years.
B.sc(Nursing) 4 Years Kaloji Narayana Rao University Pass in intermediate/+2/ PUC with Biology, Physics & Chemistry; aggregate 45%; should have completed 17 years of age.
GNM 3 Years Director Medical Education board (DME) Pass in intermediate/or PUC/ PDC; minimum marks 40%; should not be more than 35 Years.

Covid 19 - Corona Virus Updates

MNR Educational Trust is continually taking all precautionary steps to tackle the present pandemic crisis. Protocols like social distancing, wearing face masks, and frequently washing their hands are strictly followed. MNR Medical College and Hospital administered Covishield, Coronavirus vaccine to all the frontline health workers. The first dose was given in February and the second dose was administered in March.

Life after Coronavirus Vaccine (Covid-19) at MNR: Visualizing the "New Normal"

Here at MNR-HERA Campus, all have adjusted to “New Normal”, a new way of living and going about life, work, and education, and interactions with other people inside and outside the campus. Everyone including students learned to adopt a lifestyle to live with this crisis. All have learned to move forward taking all necessary precautions like wearing face masks, maintaining social distancing, and frequently washing hands. Building positive traits amongst students during this pandemic crisis is a great achievement of MNR.

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