The first nursing college accredited by NAAC with A grade and highest CGPA score of 3.17 in the first cycle ( RAF) ,India.



Indirani College of Nursing follows OSCE / OSPE for teaching and evaluating of practical skills among students and uses this system in examination process for evaluation. During Covid 19 pandemic situations OSCE / OSPE is used for conducting practical examinations of internal assessment and university practical examination.

OSCE / OSPE are used for improving student’s practical skills of the subjects of nursing foundation, medical surgical nursing, child health nursing, mental health nursing, community health nursing, obstetrics and gynaecological nursing. 

The complete OSCE / OSPE assess professional behavior, communication, and steps of allotted procedure. It can identify students who are weak in performing practical skills early on in their programme, with a raised awareness of this, and the teachers help the students by conducting extra sessions and can be directed to resources and assistance in practice.


Clinical skill in simulation lab is committed to inculcate evidence based simulation based practice to the nursing students to promote their competence to perform nursing care. The simulation and clinical skill activities that mimic the reality of a clinical environment and are designed to demonstrate procedures, decision –making and critical thinking through the use of devices such as mannequins.

Student Centeric Methods

Student-centric methods are used for enhancing learning experiences by:

  •  Experiential learning
  • Integrated/interdisciplinary learning
  • Participatory learning
  • Problem solving methodologies
  • Self-directed learning
  • Patient-centric and Evidence-Based Learning
  • Learning in the Humanities
  • Project-based learning
  • Role play 

Mentor Mentee

Indirani College of Nursing follows Mentor-Mentee System to enhance student abilities. Mentoring is very important in the success of a nursing student. The mentoring system should be in interactive and target oriented one, involving a rapport between the student(mentee), Faculty (Mentor) and parents (if necessary) to resolve the problems (Mental, Physical, Environmental) faced by the nursing student during the entire course of the study. Mentoring helps the students to successfully complete the course and training. They may also help nursing graduates in their placements and remain attached to their mentees throughout their career.

  1. During initial meeting with mentee, the mentor should explain how the mentor- mentee relationship will be beneficial to both by way of participation in curricular and co-curricular activities.
  2. Mentor should describe his/her desire to a mentee that he / she (mentee) should prosper his interest through innovative thoughts. This will help the mentees to learn in-depth knowledge, develop skill sets and build a network that will aid them in their chosen career path.
  3. Mentor should also address their background and attempt to identify their strengths and weaknesses. This information will help to set the goal for the mentee for his/her academic activity and career.
  4. After analysis of the information/feedback given by the mentee, the mentor shall guide the mentee.
  5. In case a mentee is disappointed due to negative results in examinations or projects, it is the mentor’s responsibility to motivate and offer proper guidance in light of their weakness.
  6. Most students do not excel in all of the areas. It is the goal of the mentor, to identify the areas where the students struggle and help them to develop those skill sets. Mentees struggle with unique problems at times and it is very important that mentors make themselves available.
  7. Mentor should hold a meeting with the mentee at least once in a month for update of activity. The mentor should have access to the mentee through email and instant messenger, if they happen to be away from the office.
  8. The mentor should regularly maintain this document of the activity from time to time.