Nursing Institutions Face Stringent Fines For Operating On Single Campus

The Indian Nursing Council (INC) has stated that during its surprise inspections it has observed that there are several nursing institutions functioning in the same campus. INC has emphasised that this amounts to a violation of its norms and guidelines. Hence, in a meeting dated January, 2024, the INC has taken the decision to penalise erring institutions. It has decided to impose a penalty of Rs 5 lakh per institution.

NMC & DCI Apprise Institutions Of “Pariksha Pe Charcha 2024”

The event will witness the Prime Minister engaging with approximately 1,200 students, along with teachers and parents, addressing various aspects of academic life, examination stress, and overall well-being. The event is scheduled to take place at Bharat Nidhi Bhavan, Pragati Maidan II, New Delhi, on January 29, 2024.

No Fees To Be Charged For Continuing Nursing Education

The INC has therefore categorically stated that SNRCs shall not charge any fees from either the nursing institutions conducting CNEs or from nurses. Additionally, the INC will launch a portal for uploading information by nursing institutions on the CNE. The SNRCs will be able to use the portal to check the CNE details of the nurses and renew their registrations.

Last Date for Nursing Institutions to Upload Compliance Report

The Indian Nursing Council (INC) has issued a notification publicizing the deadline for uploading the compliance report. This notification applies to nursing institutions where suitability is not extended for the A.Y 2023-24. The last date for uploading the compliance documents is December 14, 2023.

Recognition of Three Nursing Colleges Revoked in MP

The decision underscores the commitment of the Indian Nursing Council to uphold the standards of nursing education and ensure that institutions provide high-quality clinical and teaching facilities for students pursuing nursing courses. It also aims to protect the interests of nursing professionals and maintain the integrity of nursing education.

Post Basic Diploma in Paediatric Specialty Nursing

The Post Basic Diploma in Paediatric Specialty Nursing aims to provide graduates from nursing fields with an opportunity to study global issues in child health. The program builds awareness of current and future developments in pediatric medicine, equipping nurses with the skills to critically appraise practice and policy, and undertake independent research.