With the approval of the West Bengal Nursing Council, MMINS is a new nursing school that will begin operations in 2020 with an enrollment of 60 students per year for the GNM (General Nursing & Midwifery) Course. Maheshtala Municipality and Dishari Health Point are partners in MMINS. Governmental body
1. Mr. Dulal Das, President of MMINS
Chairman of Maheshtala Municipality, and MLA of West Bengal
2. Dr. S N Sharma, Secretary MMINS
Director of Dishari Health Point and Kasturi Das Memorial Superspeciality Hospital
MMINS School of Nursing has properly equipped 104 beds super specialty parent hospital for practical training. For practical training, the nursing school is connected to the 300-bed multispecialty ESI hospital Joka.
The MMINS School of Nursing is located on the third and fourth floors of the KDMSH Building and features well-equipped laboratories for computer science, nutrition, obstetrics, gynaecology, and paediatrics anatomy and physiology, as well as Fundamentals of Nursing and Community Health Nursing.
A top-notch, scientifically organised library with a vast selection of important books, periodicals, and journals gives students the tools they need to complete their reference and research tasks.
Along with academic excellence, we also want to help our students develop their artistic and athletic abilities by providing them with plenty of resources and opportunities.
The whole growth of our students receives the personal care and attention of a team of faculty members who are highly qualified, well experienced, and completely committed.
In our Auditorium, a well-furnished, secure hostel facility with contemporary cooking & dining facilities, canteen serving timely, hygienic, nutritious & balanced meal, we intend to hold seminars and competitions for the growth of the students. We have resources available for the students' enjoyment and relaxation.
The MMINS School of Nursing principles of collaboration, social responsibility, honesty, respect, accountability, diversity, and quality serve as the foundation for the organization's guiding philosophy.
The GNM Program's goal is to train nurses who will:
Utilize scientific data to advance the health and wellbeing of everyone who need medical attention.
By implementing, creating, and testing cutting-edge care models, nurses can play a leading role in developing the profession.
During their careers, look for chances for professional development, practise review, and policy formulation.
The specific goals of the Nurse-Midwifery track are to develop nurses who will meet everyone's health requirements by providing competent, safe, high-quality, and culturally sensitive nursing care.
Learn and critically assess nursing, midwifery, and allied science ideas, concepts, and research findings for application to clinical practise.
Utilize good leadership and communication techniques in interprofessional teams to encourage constructive change in the provision of healthcare.
Utilize technology such as information systems to raise the standard and safety of healthcare.
Apply distributive justice principles and the socioeconomic determinants of health while assessing health policies and advocating for better local, national, and global health conditions.
To improve access to healthcare for everyone, evaluate care systems by looking at consumer requirements, healthcare regulations, service delivery and funding models, political contexts, and health indicators.