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Lalitpur Nursing College opened its gate in 1959; however, it took forty-five years for LNC to become independent from United Mission to Nepal. Since the healthcare field is evolving rapidly, the academy ensures that the students keep pace with the changes by fostering a sound learning ambiance. The major aim of the institution is to improve healthcare by developing compassionate and skilled nurses capable of handling the ever-changing health needs of people.
Lalitpur Nursing College is run by competent faculty members whose major aim is to equip students with the practical knowledge and skills required to stand out in the challenging and demanding job market. Well-furnished and well-equipped labs with sophisticated equipment are major attractive objects. The institution emphasizes practical learning. The institution strives to offer world-class education at a very affordable price.
The various programs at Lalitpur Nursing Campus are as follows:
Post Basic Bachelor Nursing
The two year program, Post Basic Bachelor Nursing is designed to prepare professional nurses with a specialty in Hospital, Psychiatric, midwifery and community nursing sectors. Students have option to specialize in midwifery, hospital nursing and community nursing. Students interested in pursuing this program should have completed Proficiency certificate Level in Nursing with at least second division from the universities or institutes acknowledge by Nepal Nursing Council.
Master of Nursing
The Master in Nursing (MN) is a two years course. Each year only five students are granted admission. Students studying this program have option to specialize in Women's Health Development. The admission is announced in the month of February/March.
PCL Nursing degree conducted at the LNC shall extend over duration of three academic years. The discipline aspires to produce competent nurses capable of providing nursing care at institutional or community level. Student's interested in pursuing this program should have passed SLC with at least fifty percent.