Mary Queens Mission Hospital was founded in 1957 by Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) of St.Joseph Province, Kottayam and owned by Mary Queens Trust. This Institution with the Motto of “Care and Cure” continues to provide service to all irrespective of caste and creed impelled by the spirit of the Divine Healer. In order to improve medical and surgical services professionally trained nursing personnel was a felt need of the hospital. So we started Mary Queens School of Nursing in 1982.
Mary Queens, upholds and instills respect for life and human dignity of a person from conception to death. School of Nursing strives to attain the motto “Share, Care and Cure” not only in academic pursuit but also in every aspects of nursing profession. We believe in providing nursing education based on scientific principles, educational theory and practice in order to prepare professionally qualified nurses in the role of a practising nurse.
Manned by a team of dedicated staff, collaborated by involved parents and co-ordinated by committed management, Mary Queens School of Nursing offers a nurturing ground for the holistic development of industrious students. Coupled with the wide spectrum of knowledge, we strive to impart academic excellence, spiritual development, intellectual discipline and refinement of manners, interaction, altruism and a judicious blend of life and learning.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR GNM PROGRAMME
Minimum education eligibility criteria for admission to GNM
- 10+2 with 40% marks from any recognized board. Science group with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology is Candidates with other groups also will be considered
- Candidates are also eligible from state open school recognised by State Government and National Institute of Open School Recognised by Central Government.
- Registered ANM
- 10+2 Vocational ANM course from the school recognised by Indian nursing council.
- 10+2 Health Care science –Vocational stream from a recognised CBSE board /state/centre
FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS
The entry qualification equivalency i.e., 12th standard will be obtained by the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi. Institution, State Nursing Council will be responsible to ensure that the qualification and eligibility will be equivalent to what has been prescribed as above.
- For disabled candidates: 3%disability reservation to be considered with a disability of locomotor to the tune of 40% to 50 % of the lower extremity and other eligibility criteria with regard to age and qualification will be same as prescribed for each nursing programme.
- 5% relaxed for SC/ST candidates.
- Any other quotas as per the State Government under the reservation policy.
- Admission of students shall be once in a year.
- Students shall be medically fit.
- The minimum age for admission will be 17 years. (as on 31st December 2018). The upper age limit is 35 years. For ANM / for LLHV, there is no age bar.
- The candidates who studied Plus Two outside Kerala and applying for GNM course should produce Equivalency certificate on the day of Interview itself.
- Students shall be medically fit and have good moral character.
MODE OF APPLICATION
Each candidate may secure two application forms from the school office on payment of Rs.250/- in person or Rs.280/- by money order. The original application form duly filled up with enclosures, if any, shall be submitted to the Principal and the duplicate copy of the same shall be sent to the Registrar Kerala Nurses and Midwives Council, Red Cross Road, Trivandrum – 35. The application forms should reach the destination on or before 6th July 2018. Application should be written in the candidates on handwriting.
The application should be accompanied by the following attested documents.
- Date of birth as in S.S.L.C. Book.
- Marks obtained in S.S.L.C.
- Marks of Plus Two or equivalent examination.
All original certificates should be produced at the time of interview. Applications sent without the required certificates will be rejected.
DURATION OF THE COURSE
General Nursing and Midwifery – 3 years