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State-wise number of nursing colleges functional in the country is given below:

 

State-wise distribution of Nursing Colleges as on 31st March, 2020

 

State

Institutions

Total

Government

Private

Andaman & Nicobar

0

0

0

Andhra Pradesh

12

133

145

Arunachal Pradesh

0

1

1

Assam

4

13

17

Bihar

2

8

10

Chandigarh

2

0

2

Chattisgarh

9

89

98

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

1

0

1

Daman & Diu

1

0

1

Delhi

7

7

14

Goa

1

2

3

Gujarat

9

94

103

Haryana

2

37

39

Himachal Pradesh

1

30

31

Jammu & Kashmir

4

12

16

Jharkhand

1

9

10

Karnataka

13

301

314

Kerala

12

120

132

Madhya Pradesh

8

180

188

Maharashtra

6

98

104

Manipur

2

6

8

Meghalaya

1

1

2

Mizoram

2

1

3

Nagaland

0

1

1

Odisha

4

32

36

Pondicherry

2

13

15

Punjab

6

102

108

Rajasthan

11

138

149

Sikkim

0

3

3

Tamil Nadu

5

183

188

Telangana

6

80

86

Tripura

0

4

4

Uttar Pradesh

9

102

111

Uttarakhand

7

16

23

West Bengal

13

17

30

Total

163

1833

1996

           

 

Health being a State Subject, opening of new nursing colleges falls under the purview of the respective State Governments However, 129 proposals have been received in Indian Nursing Council from States/UTs under Section 13 and 14 of INC Act for opening of B.Sc. (Nursing) programme across the country in 2020-21.  State-wise details are given below:

 

 

Proposal received to open B.Sc (Nursing) programme for the year 2020-21

 

Sl. No.

State

Proposal accepted by Indian Nursing Council*

Proposal rejected by Indian Nursing Council **

Total

1

Andhra Pradesh

1

8

9

2

Arunachal Pradesh

1

 

1

3

Bihar

0

2

2

4

Chhattisgarh

0

 

0

5

Delhi

0

 

0

6

Gujarat

1

4

5

7

Haryana

0

 

0

8

Himachal Pradesh

3

 

3

9

Jammu & kashmir

2

1

3

10

Jharkhand

2

1

3

11

Karnataka

8

29

37

12

Kerala

0

 

0

13

Madhya Pradesh

1

21

22

14

Maharashtra

1

2

3

15

Orissa

0

2

2

16

Pondicherry/Puducherry

0

 

0

17

Punjab

1

 

1

18

Rajasthan

0

2

2

19

Tamilnadu

0

4

4

20

Telangana

1

2

3

21

Uttar Pradesh

11

8

19

22

Uttaranchal

1

2

3

23

West Bengal

3

4

7

 

Grand Total

37

92

129

 

*Accept: Inspection conducted

**Reject: Due to incomplete application/non- availability of minimum documents- essentiality certificate/SNRC recognition letter/ does not have parent hospital

 

The training being provided in the Nursing Colleges meets the International standards in health care as is evident from the Indian Nurses who are able to work efficiently in any country/International health care facilities.

 

As per information received from State Government of Jharkhand, there are 6 private ANM Schools running in Godda District. Also, 2 ANM and 1 GNM Schools are functional in Deoghar District of Jharkhand.

 

The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare), Sh Ashwini Kumar Choubey stated this in a written reply in the Lok Sabha here today.

Sources https://pib.gov.in/PressReleseDetail.aspx?PRID=1658265

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