The students will be utilizing the facilities of Shalamar Hospital during their clinical practicum. It has also on-going community outreach program that will enable students to learn and contribute to the versatility of nurses at Shalamar Hospital. Foreign qualified & experienced faculty State-of-the-art Campus with Safe & Peaceful environment Latest Simulators, Computer lab & English lab Hostel within the perimeter of campus (for female students) Free Tuition for 4 years Generic BS.N Multimedia & Internet Facility 25% Discount on Mess Charges(for Generic BS.N ) Auditorium Scholarship for deserving students Sports Ground

 

Programs

Generic BSN

04 Years Degree Programme

Eligibility

F.S.C. (Pre-Medical) with at least 55% marks from a recognized board

Age Limit

17-25 years

Domicile

Open

Unmarried/single preferably female 

Post RN BSN

02 Years Degree Programme

Eligibility

General Nursing with 1 year Midwifery, 2 year clinical experience, PNC Registration

Age Limit

Not more than 50 Years

Domicile

Open

Male/Female

Post Basic Diploma in Critical Care Nursing Specialization

01 Year Post Basic Diploma

Eligibility

General Nursing with 1 year Midwifery, 2 year clinical experience, PNC Registration

Age Limit

Not more than 50 Years

Domicile

Open

Male/Female

Post Basic Diploma in Paediatrics Specialization

01 Year Post Basic Diploma

Eligibility

General Nursing with 1 year Midwifery, 2 year clinical experience, PNC Registration

Age Limit

Not more than 50 Years

Domicile

Open

Male/Female

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Our Vision

The College of Nursing is a learning community that is committed to excellence in teaching, research, scholarship, and service that enhances the health and wellbeing of the people of Punjab and Pakistan at large and society in general. The community values creativity and balance and promotes excellence through identity as nurses and recognition of social responsibility

Our Mission

The College of Nursing Mission Statement is to provide a dynamic and innovative nursing education and continuing staff development for professional nurses

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Ch. Ahmed Saeed, Chairman Board of Trustees, Businessmen Hospital Trust

Education is one of the most important facets of human evolution. It steers one from darkness to radiance. Businessman Hospital Trust is constantly striving to broaden its facilities to a full fledge academic institution with diverse educational programmes under the tutelage of Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences. The aim is to produce health care professionals who are prepared to assume responsibilities in the primary, secondary and tertiary care of the people, in rural and urban areas as doctors, nurses & allied health professionals. With rapid advances in medical technology, changing pattern of diseases, increase in life expectancy, need for geriatric care, and rise in public awareness, there is unprecedented demand for competent and superbly trained nurses, thus making them the backbone of healthcare care system. For the past decade Shalamar Nursing College, one of the best nursing colleges in Pakistan, continues to develop innovative programme in nursing education and patient care, to the international standards. Undoubtedly Allied Health professionals play a vital role in the overall ambit of health care system. For the past few years there has been a paradigm shift among students opting for professional courses at under-graduate level with an ever increasing numbers opting for Allied Health Sciences. Establishment of Shalamar School of Allied Health Sciences is yet another endeavor by the Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences to contribute towards this essential element of health care. In the end let me reiterate; the source of our passion is our mission, which is centered on education, research, and compassionate health care service. We are proud of our work. I wish you all the very best in your pursuit of educational goals

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Mrs. Nasim Rafiq, Principal, Shalamar Nursing College

It is with great pleasure and pride that I pen the following message in conjunction with the launching of another new chapter in the illustrious journey of Shalamar College of Nursing. Since its advent, Nursing, as a profession, has always been regarded as noble in not only its mission and practices but also in instilling in its practitioners a great sense of duty and commitment to their fellow human beings. At Shalamar, we have amply demonstrated our readiness and willingness to bring out the best in the students who have passed through our gates. Over the last ten years, Shalamar Nursing College has registered a phenomenal improvement in the quality of students admitted to pursue our nursing courses, both at diploma and degree levels. At the same time we have also made great strides in not only upgrading and increasing the facilities to enhance nursing education, but we have at the same time left no stone unturned in our efforts to revise our curricula and the relevant course content from time to time to keep abreast with the developments in nursing education and practice. No endeavor in the field of education is complete if due attention is not paid to the quality of our lecturers and instructors. In this regard it must be acknowledged that Shalamar Nursing College playing an immense role and efforts to attract and retain the best possible brains to help the college reach new heights. This effort will continue. In the light of these achievements, our efforts to achieve world class standards in nursing education and nursing care will no longer remain an elusive dream. It is noteworthy that efforts to integrate and incorporate the latest trends in education and research in the field is not only of ground breaking significance, but is also laudable because it holds immense potential for the future. In fact it is quite true to say that research together with the integration of theory and technology will be the trend in the future. Let us therefore pool our resources together to realize this goal. Since I have been a nurse, a nursing educator and a nursing administrator myself, I am keenly aware of the crucial role nursing plays in healthcare and national wellbeing. Moreover, I am confident that my vast experience in this field will certainly be of great assistance in helping me to identify the aspects of nursing education at Shamalar which need to be addressed and the methods of doing so. Last but not least, it is my humble prayer and fervent hope that Shamalar will continue to climb the ladder of success in the years to come. I would be pleased to welcome you to Shalamar Nursing College, We would be delighted to involve the students in education to foster their values.

Faculty

Name

Designation

Mrs. Nasim Rafiq Principal

RN, RM (Pakistan, Malaysia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia)

RP-BLS (Ireland)

Masters in Nursing Sciences (Northumbria, UK)

PGD-Nursing Education

PGD-Nursing Management

PGD-Ophthalmic Nursing

Ms Asma Khalid Program coordinator (GBSN)

RN, RM, Post RN BSN

Masters in Nursing Sciences (UHS)

Ms. Zubaida Akhtar (Post RN) Program coordinator

RN, RM, Post RN BSN

PGD- ICU/CCU

Mrs. Robina Majeed Sr Nursing Instructor

RN, RM, Post RN BSN,

MPhil Public Health

Dip. Nursing Management,

Dip. Nursing Education

Mrs. Anis Ashraf Sr.  Nursing Instructor

RN, RM, Post RN BSN,

PGD-ICU/CCU

PGD-Nursing Education

PGD-Nursing Management

Ms. Surrya Shahid Sr. Nursing Instructor

RN, RM, Post RN BSN

Ms. Ammara Javed Nursing Instructor

RN, RM, Post RN BSN

Phil Public Health (In progress)

Ms. Nazia Yousef Clinical Instructor

RN, RM, Post RN BSN

PGD-Food & health nutrition /dietetics

PGD-Accident & Emergency

M Phil Food health & nutrition

Ms. Gulshan Ambreen Nursing Instructor

RN, RM, Post RN BSN

M Phil in Epidemiology & public health

Ms. Chanda Jabeen RN, RM, Post RN BSN

M Phil in Epidemiology & public health

Muhammad Bilal RN, RM, Post RN BSN

Masters in Nursing Sciences (UHS)

Ms Nasreen Asghar RN, RM, BSN

M Phil Food health & nutrition

Mr Faisal Majeed RN, RM, BSN

PGD- Emergency critical care nursing

Ms. Maqsooda Sattar Nursing Instructor

RN, RM, Post RN (In progress)

PGD- in Pediatric Nursing