Dr John Williams LMP arrived at Lushai Hills on 22nd February 1928 and started the Welsh Mission Hospital as its solitary doctor. Since there were no nurses locally trained within Lushai Hills during those days, Dr Williams decided to start a school of nursing the same year. It became the first nursing school in Lushai Hills and continued to be the only one for a very long time. The first student admitted was a 16-year-old girl named Khuangi, who continued to work for the hospital till 1936. The school was very rudimentary in nature with no proper recognition, and the medium of teaching was Lusei language. However, it augmented the nursing services and provided a much stable functioning for the hospital.
Dr G P Roberts and Sister GM Evans upgraded the school to a 4-year course in the year 1936 with an annual intake of 12 students. Recognition was obtained from the Indian Nursing Council in 1944, and the number of seats was increased from 12 to 16. However, the medium of teaching continued to be Lusei language. The training was always directed towards efficient patient care, skilled care in the wards, at the clinics, in the operating theatre and in the maternity and labour wards.
By 1966, there were as many as 149 students who had successfully completed the course. The medium of teaching was changed from Lusei language to English in the year 1972. The school has been upgraded to a College of Nursing recently with a degree programme ie, BSc (Nursing) with an annual intake of 30 students
“ The College of Nursing at Synod Hospital, Durtlang is an educational institutional run by the Presbyterian Church of Mizoram, whose primary aim is to educate and train young men and women to become good Christian nurses and to equip them in the spirit of Jesus Christ for service in the relief of sufferings, prevention of diseases and promotion of health. This implies not merely training in professional skills, but also in building good character and having right Christian attitude. The students and staffs are expected to maintain the highest degree of moral standards in their professional and private lives. ”
Aims & Objectives
- To train quality nurses with strong Christian principles.
- To provide dedicated and compassionate nurses to care for the sick and needy at all times without any discrimination of sex, race, socio-economic status and religion.
- To prevent diseases and promote health of the community.
- To maintain highest degree of moral standard in the professional and private lives.
The College of Nursing is managed by a Managing Committee in consultation with the Synod Hospital Board. The composition of the Managing Committee is as under :
|Chairman||:||Director, Synod Hospital|
|Secretary||:||Principal, College of Nursing|
|Members||:||1. Medical Superintendent, Synod Hospital2. Co-ordinator, Synod Hospital3. Nursing Superintendent, Synod Hospital4. Vice Principal, College of Nursing5. Librarian, College of Nursing6. Three member representative from Board Executive Council (BEC)7. One teaching faculty nominated by the Hospital Board|
|Name of the course||:||Bachelor of Science (Nursing)|
|Duration of course||:||4 years|
|Level of course||:||Graduation|
|Eligibility||:||10+2 (Science) or equivalent|
|Intake capacity||:||30 Students annually (As per INC Suitability Certificate)|
- Candidates should have completed the age of 17, and not more than 35 years at the time of admission, or should complete the said age on or before 31st December of the said year.
- The minimum educational qualification required shall be the passing of: Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (12 years course) Or Senior School Certificate Examination (10+2), pre-degree examination (10+2) Or An equivalent with 12 years schooling from a recognised board or University with Science (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) and English with minimum of 50% aggregate marks
- Only unmarried women / men candidates are eligible to apply
- Candidates shall be psychologically and medically fit
- Selection of candidates shall be based on the entrance test and interview. Final selection will be done by the competent Authority of the Institution
- Reservation shall be allocated from time to time as per notification of the Government between the respective states and other North-eastern states
- Students should follow the rules and regulations of Synod Hospital
|Particulars||1st Year||2nd Year||3rd Year||4th Year|
|Mess & Accommodation||₹5,000 x 12 months||₹5,000 x 12 months||₹5,000 x 12 months||₹5,000 x 12 months|
Note : The fee structure mentioned above is for the current academic session i.e. 2019-2020 only. Fees are subjected to change from year to year, and candidates are requested to refer to the latest prospectus for confirmation.
|C Lalrintluangi||Principal||M.Sc 'N' (Mental Health)|
|C Thankhumi||Vice Principal||M.Sc 'N' (Obs & Gyn)|
|Lalrawnliani||Tutor||M.Sc 'N' (Medical Surg)|
|RC Lalrengpuii||Tutor||M.Sc 'N' (Medical Surg)|
|R Lalmuanpuii||Tutor||M.Sc 'N' (Community Health)|
|Vanlallawmtlingi||Tutor||M.Sc 'N' (Obs & Gyn)|
|Sanglianzami Colney||Tutor||B.Sc 'N'|
|Mary Lalhlimpuii||Tutor||B.Sc 'N'|
|Rebecca Lalmawizuali||Tutor||B.Sc 'N'|
|Amy Lalringhluani||Tutor||B.Sc 'N'|
ContactMrs C Lalrintluangi
Principal, College of Nursing
Synod Hospital, Durtlang