About School of Nursing

Started in 1981, The Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama School of Nursing, Vrindavan is duly recognised by the U.P. State Medical Faculty and the Indian Nursing Council. It follows the syllabus, rules and regulations prescribed by the Indian Nursing Council for three years General nursing and midwifery diploma course. A maximum of 30 girls are admitted in a single batch every year. The school provides free education, board and lodging to all its students. The medium of instructions is English. Students passing out from this institution are eligible to work any where in the country and abroad.

The motto of the sevashrama is service to man is service to god, thus serving the patients with the spirit of devotion and commitment regardless of caste, creed or religion. Hence the school trains the students to acquire knowledge, develop skills and positive attitude and enable them to carry out duties as competent, efficient professional nurses with the above ideal.