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Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Chandigarh, Punjab


Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Chandigarh, Punjab
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SCO 109, Sector 40-C
Chandigarh (District Chandigarh)
Punjab, India

Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Chandigarh Punjab is a State Authority under the control of State Government.
Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC is situated in Chandigarh of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chandigarh comes under Chandigarh Tehsil, Chandigarh District.

Contact Person(s) of the Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Chandigarh Punjab is (are): Registrar Mobile No. 98159-68543 (April 2013).

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Chandigarh Punjab are Ms Surinder Kaur 94641-21846 (Very nice).

email ID(s) is Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC Chandigarh Punjab

Website of Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Chandigarh Punjab is http://www.pnrc.in/.

Chairman : Dr Manjit Kaur Mohi.
Registrar : Mrs Surjit Kaur +919417312112.

Contact Details of Punjab Nurses Registration Council PNRC, Chandigarh Punjab are : Mohali address:
Punjab School Education Board Building
7th Floor, E-Block, Phase 8
SAS Nagar, Mohali

Mrs. Kanta Devi Registrar (relieved on 17.07.2012, because she was not fulfilling eligibility norms). Similarly next Registrar Surjit Kaur also changed, because she too was not fulfilling norms. Charge of Registrar given to Superintendent Didar Singh Banwait (as on 09 March 2013)

Ms Surinder Jaspal, Registrar (in 2005)
Smt Shanti Chauhan, Registrar (in October 2013)
Mr Satish Chander, Secretary
Mr Inderjit Singh, Superintendent (in 2011)
Telephone: +91-172-268729, +91-172-2784895, +91-172-2686729, 0172-2686728

This page lists PNRC address and PNRC contact numbers. However for PNRC Results 2013, students are advised to contact their respective colleges.


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HC quashes order allowing unaffiliated nursing colleges to admit students

Dec 20, 2007

Chandigarh, December 19 In a significant judgment affecting B Sc Nursing courses in the region, the Punjab and Haryana High Court quashed a Punjab government notification allowing seven nursing institutes to admit students without approval of Indian Nursing Council (INC) and affiliation of the university concerned.
The colleges had carried out admissions and admitted nearly 228 students in the colleges. The division bench headed by Justice A K Goel said, 'The State Government or State Council could not allow admissions to be made for B Sc Nursing courses in absence of approval of the INC and affiliation by the University.'

The institutes affected by the decision are Mata Sahib Kaur College of Nursing, Mohali; Mai Bhago College of Nursing, Tarn Taran; Kular Medical Education Research and Society, Kishangarh; Baba Farid Educational and Medical Research Society, Faridkot; Bengal Institute of Health Sciences, Raikot; Rattan Professional Educational Society, Sohana and Shakti College of Nursing in Bhikhi.

The judgment was made on a petition filed by Shiv Shakti Educational Society, Patiala, pronounced the judgment following a petition filed. Advocate Charanjit Sharma had demanded directions for grant of permission to 40 students to the B Sc Nursing course in College of Nursing. Sharma claimed that the Institute had applied for a no objection certificate (NOC) for opening a medical institution for B Sc Nursing course on December 24, 2003.

The certificate was issued on March 8, 2006, subject to the condition that admissions will be conducted after approval of INC and Baba Farid University.

The Institute applied for grant of recognition to Punjab Nurses Registration Council (PNRC). The recognition was granted on September 21, 2006.

However, in three inspections conducted by the Baba Farid University, certain deficiencies were found. Advocate Anupam Gupta; counsel for the university had highlighted the deficiencies.

Nursing institutes overcharging students

Mohali, January 20, 2004
An inspection report by the Registrar, Punjab Nurses Registration Council, on violation of the Indian Nursing Council norms by institutes in the state points out while students are being grossly overcharged, a majority lack even basic training facilities for their students.

Eight institutes were inspected by the Secretary, Medical Education and Research, on January 10 following which the Registrar of the council submitted a written report on the condition of these institutes on January 12.

Giving details about the institutes inspected, the report points out that these institutes are charging Rs 30,000 to Rs 80,000 per annum from each student and there is a need to re-structure the fee.

About Victor School of Nursing, Kharar, the report notes that the Principal of the Institute has no experience in administration and the institute is being run from four shops. The school has only one classroom, inadequate laboratory equipment, no auditorium and a poorly lit library.

The school's hostel is without tables, chairs and cupboards and a dining room that can accommodate only 10 students at a time.

Similarly, the report says at Charanjit Memorial School of Nursing, Mohali, the school and the hostel both are being run in rented houses of 500 square yards each. The only classroom is small, congested, ill-lighted and poorly ventilated. The hostel is 3 km away from the school with no sick room, no guest room, no visitor room, no canteen, no pantry and no washing and ironing room.

The Mata Sarawati Institute of Nursing, Mohali is being run from rented accommodation where nine students live in one room, sharing a bathroom. Each student pays Rs 700 per month for accommodation.

The Rattan Professional College of Nursing, Sohana, has acute shortage of teaching staff and the laboratory and library are ill-equipped. The Amar School of Nursing, Zirakpur, is being run from shops on the main road to Chandigarh.

There is no proof of the two acres of land shown by the management, notes the report. Its principal, Mrs Kanta Sagar was once employed with a private nursing school in Haryana.

The Mata Sahib Kaur Institute of Nursing, Mohali is being run from a rented industrial unit and the Fortis Heart Institute of Nursing, Mohali's hostel is 3 km from the institute. The principal of the Punjab National School of Nursing, Gulabgarh, Dera Bassi, is not qualified enough to be the principal.

Notices to these institutes were served by the Secretary, Mr Satish Chander, on January 13. In case of non-compliance of orders or reply not being satisfactory, these institutes will be barred from admitting students in the next session in May-June. While the government can withdraw the NoC (No-objection certificate), the Nursing Council can disaffiliate them too.


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