About Us

The Vydehi Institute of Nursing Sciences and Research Center is greatly privileged to have a large hospital of 1608 bed capacity, situated in the main campus, close to the medical college and the hospital.


Vydehi Institute of Nursing aims at providing the:

  • Best Education
  • Best Experience
  • Best Environment

So that our nurses will be competent, caring, and professionals of good character.


Vydehi Institute of Nursing Sciences stands for:

  • Quality Service
  • Quality Teaching
  • Professional Development
  • Research for a bright future through EDUCATION

    • The Vydehi Institute of Nursing Sciences and Research Center is greatly privileged to have a large hospital of 1608 bed capacity, situated in the main campus, close to the medical collegeand the hospital. The nursing college is approved by the Government of Karnataka and affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science. The nursing program has received accreditation from the Indian nursing council.

      Vydehi Institute of Nursing Sciences and Research Center has remained steadfast to one central commitment of providing balanced comprehensive nursing education and clinical skills. The institute aims at turning out intellectually tolerant, morally upright, spiritually inspired, emotionally balanced and socially committed nurses.

    • The faculty of the nursing institution believes that:

    • The basic course in nursing is a formal educational preparation which should be based on sound educational principles as the foundation on which the practice of nursing is built, and on which further education depends.
    • Nursing is a profession, which is influenced by advances in services and technology. So, nurses need to evaluate the curriculum periodically and make the required changes, both in theory and practice.
    • The nature of nursing is such that a substantial portion of the student’s learning is acquired in the clinical area with the provision of appropriate clinical facilities and clinical guidance. Periodical evaluation is the responsibility of the staff.
    • Persons drawn to nursing have concern for others’ welfare, a belief in personal efficiency and a desire to actively engage in life activities.
    • Professional and non-professional personnel who are organized into self-directed team work can best provide high quality of nursing care.
    • When jobs for nursing personnel are designed, the leader needs to ensure employees autonomy, quality patient care, patient satisfaction, employee satisfaction, and self actualization.
    • Nursing leader has a responsibility in helping the student develop pride in the profession and in guiding her/him with respect to the future in nursing by demonstrating a high standard of professional behaviour.
    • Provide an educational programme through which the graduates will be prepared to assume responsibility in the primary, secondary, and tertiary care of people as professional nurses.
    • Prepare graduates to teach and supervise in the appropriate nursing and health care settings and participate in the administration of nursing service and education.
    • Ensure that the nurse achieves an all round development so that he/she is able to meet the needs of the individual, family, community, and society, thus making him/her an asset to society.
    • Promote teaching and learning process in the classroom as well as in the clinical area through appropriate supervision and ongoing evaluation based on well defined criteria.
    • Assist and co-ordinate with other members of the nursing team and the multi-disciplinary team in the prevention of diseases and promotion of health, and the hospital and community.
    • Practice ethical values in personal and professional life through continuous guidance and counselling services, whenever necessary.