Approved by Health Department (Govt. of Bihar) and guided by Bihar Nurses Registration Council - Patna.

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The school has its own fleet of transport buses for providing conveyance to its students for clinical training/school & other field work.


The Maitree Anm Nursing awards merit scholarships to meritorious students scoring distinction in internal exams.


The students are encouraged to take part in indoor & outdoor sports activities & participate in inter school sports competition. The school campus has good play field suitable for outdoor games.


The school has hostel facilities, it shall be the duty of every resident to maintain integrity of character & follow high traditions of discipline set by the School. All residents are expected to return to the hostel by the stipulated time in the evening .Violation of the rules will invite heavy monetary fines & if repeated may entail removal from the hostel smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages, dealing & consuming prohibited drugs. Immoral conduct entertaining unauthorized guests & Disturbing other inmates are punishable as violation of hostel discipline. The Hostel boasts of a hygienic modern kitchen which caters to the needs of the hostel inmates.


As a matter of fact,a well organized library is a window from where one can view the whole India .The library of the school has its unique distinction of having over3,000 volumes comprising of various medical & general books of foreign & Indian authors, reference books ,journals etc ,which inspire our student for making & all round success in different walks of life.

Leave & vacation:

Student can avail leave & other vacation up to 4 weeks which is granted by the principal. Parents & guardians are requested not to encourage their ward to take leave From the school. Any kind of leave is admissible only with permission of principal but this will not be taken into account for relaxation in the attendance Restriction & Expulsion. A student will be liable to immediate rustication by the principal, if in her opinion; the student behaves in a manner subversive of discipline or any other offence.