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B.C.M. College of Nursing was a long awaited dream of the Northern Society of the Sisters of The Holy Cross. So the new block of the School of Nursing with all the essential facilities to Start B.Sc. Nursing Programme was built and inaugurated on 19th January 2005. After the tireless effort and hard work put up by the management, the institution was permitted to start BSc Nursing programme by the Indian Nursing Council (File No.02/ Jul/2015 dated 16/07/15) and Provisional affiliation with King George’s Medical University (Letter No. 172/Affil/2016 dated 08/02/2016).

The main aim of the course is to bring up graduate nurses to assume responsibilities as competent professionals and nursing teachers in all clinical settings.

The B.C.M. Hospital is a 190 bedded general hospital which is on the process of getting final accreditation by NABH. The hospital provides comprehensive health care services through its departments of General Medicine, MICU, General Surgery, SICU, Laparoscopic surgery, Paediatrics and Neonatology, NICU, Modular OT, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Orthopedics, 24 hours Emergency Department, Radiology, Clinical Pathology, Dentistry, ENT, Psychiatry, Ultrasonography, Dialysis, CT scan, Canteen Service, well functioning Physiotherapy and Leprosy Control Program, Rehabilitation and Community Health Programme. B.C.M. Hospital is situated in Khairabad, a village about eight kilometers south of Sitapur District, U.P.


To be an institution of excellence, and value oriented institution of education, rendering service marked with quality, integrity and commitment in the service of humankind.


The motto of the college is to “Love, to Serve and to Heal”


B.C.M. College of Nursing Faculty believe that::

  • 1. holistic formation is possible for every human being provided they are placed in a suitable atmosphere, so that they can transform the society.
  • 2. professional knowledge, skill and attitude can be enhanced only through higher levels of education.
  • 3. nursing is a caring profession. Caring is a service, art and vocation which is accomplished with wisdom, knowledge, skill, competence, commitment and compassion.
  • 4. nursing education should foster the development and use of modern scientific and technological advancement in the field of nursing service in the hospital, and to face the challenges in the community settings.
  • 5. nurse educators, administrators, clinical specialists and research workers will be able to contribute towards professional excellence.


  • 1. provide quality nursing care to individuals and families in any kind of health care setting by applying scientific principles and nursing process.
  • 2. assume responsibility as professionally competent nurses in providing promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative services in line with the national health policies and programmes.
  • 3. demonstrate leadership qualities and decision making abilities in various levels of professional practice.
  • 4. demonstrate skills in teaching, supervision, administration and therapeutic communication.
  • 5. develop motivation for ongoing learning for personal and professional development.
  • 6. develop skills in applying scientific principles and knowledge in providing comprehensive nursing care to all patients.
  • 7. practice ethical values in their personal and professional life and render nursing care with commitment & compassion.