About Us

SEVAGRAM

Sevagram is located 8 kms from Wardha city. Earlier known as ‘Shegaon’, it came to be known as Sevagram, after Gandhiji made his residence here during the freedom struggle. Now it has become Free India’s pilgrimage center. The hut in which Gandhiji lived is known as ‘Bapu Kuti’. In Sevagram, there is a well equipped reputed Medical Institute, the Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences with Kasturba Hospital and in addition to the Kasturba Nursing College there are many other educational institutions such as Kasturba Nursing School and Kasturba Vidya Mandir.



WARDHA

Wardha district is located in the eastern part of Maharashtra. Wardha is the district headquarters. It is also an important railway junction on the Mumbai-Calcutta, Delhi-Chennai rail route. It is also an important city for education having two Medical Colleges, three pharmaceutical colleges and six Engineering Colleges. Inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s values, a number of institutions have been founded including Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences (MGIMS), Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidyalaya, International Institute for Gandhian Studies, Shanti Stupa (Indo-Japanese Temple).

Also there is a center for propagating Hindi-the national language-Rashtra Bhasha Prachar Samiti. Dattapur and Manohardham, A self sufficient center for the leprosy patients. The Laxmi Narayan Temple located in Wardha town, is the first temple in the region thrown open to Harijans. Besides this Vinoba Bhave’s Pawnar Ashram, Gopuri, Bajaj Wadi, Mahila Ashram, Bal Mandir and Gram Seva Mandir are the other well known institutions in Wardha. A large industrial estate including cotton industry, Food Corporation of India and Government Milk Scheme are located in the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) area on the way from Wardha to Sevagram. In 1944, Late Honorable Dr. Sushila Nayar (Ex. Union Health Minister, Founder President, Kasturba Health Society and Founder Director of Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences) was entrusted with the responsibility to control epidemics of cholera and malaria in and around Sevagram.


In due course of time it, was felt that a dispensary was required to help the general patients of the villages and the same was started with a group of untrained workers in the surroundings of Gandhiji’s Ashram.


Our Academic Policy

1. Students are expected to lead simple life, wear khadi clothes and take vegetarian meals, must not smoke or drink alcoholic beverages.
2. Students must participate in community prayer and shramdam.
3. Ragging is strictly prohibited. If anyincident of ragging comes to the notice of the authority, the concerned students shall be given liberty o explain and if her explanation is not found satisfactory, the authority would expel her from the college.
4. Candidate after taking admission have to give an undertaking countersigned by her parents that she shall not indulge in any activity which amounts to ragging and if she found guilty she shall be punished as per the disciplinary rules.
5. Hostel and mess is compulsory for all students.
6. Fees shall be paid on the date notified by the principal’s office.
After the said date, fees will be acceptable only within a period of one month’s with a late fee fine as notified.
7. Continued absence from the classes for over one month without any valid reason will make the students liable to become back for 6 months or more.
8. Minimum of 80% of attendance in theory and practical is necessary for appearing in University examination. However 100% clinical attendance is compulsory for course completion.
9. If the students discontinue the training period she will have to pay the entire course fee for the remaining period.
10. The students has to follow strictly the curriculum planned by the college.
11. Students will have to shift their rooms according to the availability of accommodation.
12. Students has to follow the hostel rules strictly. If they do not abide the rules they may be removed from the hostel.
13. Students must wear the uniform prescribed by the college for clinical and community posting.
14. Minimum of 50% marks is the internal assessment is compulsory for appearing for university examination.
15. Any change in the student’s permanent address or the mailing address must be conveyed to the Principal in writing.
16. Cell phone is prohibited in the clinical area and classroom.
17. Students nurses are to make a point of reading the notice board daily.
18. All students must attend study hours from 7:30pm to 9:30pm each evening except Saturdays and Sundays. Night duty students do not need to attend study hours.
19. Student are permitted to watch the television on Saturday and Sunday between 1pm to 9:30 pm.
20. Students are permitted to go for shopping, etc, with permission from designated authority. A Register is kept in the hostel and students must sign out before going and sign in upon returning.
21. A students will get special leave during the course of their training only if there is a genuine and valid reason. However the students must follow the MUHS rules related to their course which is available in www.muhs.ac.in