T and TV School of Nursing, Surat

Nursing as a profession is gaining popularity and more and more people are opting for it as their profession. The nursing institutes train the students in the science of health care and also imbibe the qualities of devotion, patience and responsibility. The profession demands alertness of mind, team spirit, sympathy etc. T and TV School of Nursing, Surat is a nursing school that trains students in the scientific study of health care. This institute of nursing organizes practical classes for its students in some of the premier nursing homes of Surat.

The complete address of T and TV School of Nursing, Surat is as follows:

S D V S Ashaktashram Hospital
Rampura Road
Gujarat- 395003

The nursing institute has been recognized by Indian Nursing Council. Twenty seats have been recognized by Indian Nursing Council for the academic year 2006-2007 for the course of General Nursing and Midwifery. T and TV School of Nursing in Surat offers the degree of General Nursing and Midwifery. The duration of the course is 3 1/2 years. The students aspiring for this course must pass 10+2 with Biology, Physics and Chemistry. After receiving this training, the trained nurses hold first-level positions in hospitals and other health care centers.

Last Updated on : 3/06/2013



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