Ma Sarada College of Nursing was founded in 2005 with a B.Sc Nursing program on the campus of Ramakrishna Mission Seva Pratishthan with the mission of providing dedicated, effective, and honest comprehensive healthcare for the advancement of human health and well-being without regard to caste, creed, religion, sex, or nationality.
The Post-Basic B.Sc. Nursing program began in 2009 with a 25-student annual intake.
The college offers people who aspire to become nurses a welcoming environment, reliable educational possibilities, and the best grooming.
Jhuma Rani Das received a gold medal from the West Bengal University of Health Sciences for achieving the highest marks in both the Part I and Part II of the university examinations as a Post Basic BSc Nursing student in the academic year 2014–16.
The West Bengal University of Health Sciences awarded Saptaparna Ray Chaudhuri (BSc Nursing student, session 2011–2015) a gold medal for receiving the highest marks in the university exams.
Courses and admission
Admission is granted through the "JENPAUH" exam.
Admission in the 2-year post-basic B.Sc. nursing programme is done through the "West Bengal Undergraduate Nursing Admission Tests."