Aminaben M Gangat Memorial School of Nursing, Surat





In the recent days nursing has emerged as one of the favorite career options among the students. There are huge number of vacancies for trained nurses in foreign countries. A number of nursing institutes are coming up in the city of Surat. Some of the courses offered by these institutes are Post-Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing (PBBSc), Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Nursing, Master of Science (M. Sc) Nursing and General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM). Aminaben M Gangat Memorial School of Nursing, Surat is one of the institutes that offers nursing courses to the students of Surat. Aminaben M Gangat Memorial School of Nursing in Surat has received recognition from the Indian Nursing Council.

Aminaben M Gangat Memorial School of Nursing in Surat has 20 seats for the course of General Nursing and Midwifery for the academic year 2006-2007. The infrastructure of the institute is good with all kinds of facilities like well equipped laboratories, classrooms, well trained teachers for the training. They even arrange for practical classes in renowned nursing homes of Surat.

The complete address of Aminaben M Gangat Memorial School of Nursing, Surat is as follows:

Badatwadi, Rampura
Chhada - Ole
Surat
Gujarat - 395003
India




Last Updated on : 3/06/2013

 
     


     

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