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JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru

The JSS Nursing School was established in the year 1988, in the JSS Hospital premises. The school is recogniged by the Karnataka State Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council. The school offers a three-year Nursing Training (JNM Course) programme and has an intake capacity of 45 students. During the training period, the students will not only acquire expertise in nursing the patients, but also get first-hand experience by assisting the treating doctors. The nursing school has state-of-the-art equipment to train students.
During the year 2011-12, a total of 166 students (14 boys and 152 girls) were undergoing training. There were eight teaching and four supporting staff. A one-day workshop on Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation was conducted by the Alumni Association of the School, on 20th December 2011. The school incurred a sum of Rs. 45.47 lakhs recurring expenditure and Rs. 1.37 lakhs non-recurring expenditure during the year under report.

JSS School of Nursing, Kollegal

This school was established in 2004, with the objective of providing nursing training to the youth in rural and remote areas. It has been recognized by Karnataka State Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council. The school offers a three-year Nursing Training Programme (JNN Course) and has an intake capacity of 40 students. During the year under report, 150 students (28 boys and 122 girls) were studying and there were eight teaching staff and four non-teaching staff in the school. Around 800 people benefitted from the eye check-up camp, organized by the school. About 100 people were referred for eye surgery. The school spent a sum of Rs. 39.05 lakhs recurring expenditure and Rs. 3.82 lakhs as non-recurring expenditure.

JSS School of Nursing, Chamarajanagar

Established in 2004-05, the school is recognized by the Karnataka State Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council. The school offers a three-year Nursing Training Programme (JNN Course) and has an intake capacity of 40 students. During the year under report, 140 students (34 boys and 106 girls) were studying. There were nine teaching staff and four non-teaching staff. The school incurred Rs. 36.14 lakh recurring expenditure and Rs. 7.05 lakhs non-recurring expenditure.

JSS School of Nursing, Sakleshpur, Hassan

This school was started in 2004-05 and received recognition from Karnataka State Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council. The school offers a three-year Nursing Training Programme (JNN Course) and has an intake capacity of 50 students. A total of 101 students (9 boys and 92 girls) were studying, and 9 teaching and 5 non-teaching staff were working in the school during the year under report. An amount of Rs. 33.77 lakhs was spent as recurring expenditure and Rs. 2.70 lakhs as non-recurring expenditure.