For the purpose of ensuring proper and systematic training, Peerless Hospital and B.K Roy Research Centre commissioned the Peerless Institute Of Nursing in the year 2006.

The Institute Of Nursing is recognized by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi and West Bengal Nursing Council and is affiliated to the West Bengal University of Health Sciences.

As per Indian Nursing Council norms, the objectives of The College of Nursing are to prepare the graduate nurses who will-

-assume responsibilities as competent nurses within the framework of code of ethics and professional conduct,

- provide nursing care to individuals, families and the community.

The passed out graduates are also expected to assume the role of teacher, supervisor in the clinical or public health arena.

Courses offered:
Post Basic B.Sc Nursing Course

Eligibility: Female candidates with 10+2 and General Nursing & Midwifery qualification along with the service experience as per rules of the West Bengal University of Health Sciences.
Duration: 2 Years
Annual Intake: 40
Admission Procedure: Common Nursing Entrance Examination and Counselling conducted by West Bengal University of Health Sciences.
Academic Session: October each year
Syllabus: As per Indian Nursing Council syllabus

B.Sc Nursing

Eligibility: 10+2 class passed with Science (PCB) & English Core/English Elective with aggregate of 45% marks from recognized board under AISSCE/CBSE/ICSE/SSCE/HSCE or other equivalent Board.
Duration: 4 Years
Annual Intake: 30
Admission Procedure: Admissions are conducted by West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board on the basis of the candidate's scores in Entrance Examination and Counselling.
Academic Session: October each year
Syllabus:As per Indian Nursing Council syllabus

GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery)

Eligibility: 10+2 with English and must have obtained a minimum of 40% at the qualifying examination and English individually for any recognized board. However Science is preferable.
Duration: 3 Years
Annual Intake: 40
Admission Procedure: 10 + 2 Based on % of marks and Interview and /admission Test
Academic Session: October each year
Syllabus:As per Indian Nursing Council syllabus


Class Rooms
Air-conditioned class rooms equipped with all the modern teaching facilities with the best learning environment.

The Library provides a conducive environment for students, and is stacked with the latest edition of books and Journals of both Indian and foreign publications, along with facilities for Photocopying, Data processing and Internet browsing.

Laboratory Facilities
To develop the technical skills, the students can utilize the well equipped laboratories for Fundamentals of Nursing, Anatomy, Nutrition, Maternal Nursing, Child Health Nursing, Community Health Nursing, & students can also have access to audio visual aids and computers.

Clinical Experience
A wide range of Clinical experience is offered to students at Peerless Hospital and other reputed government hospitals in Kolkata. The students are constantly guided and supervised by the faculties in clinical departments.

The hostel is situated within the hospital campus is a home away from home for students & provides excellent boarding, lodging & recreation facilities.

The College has faculty with Post graduate qualification with vast teaching as well as clinical experiences.

The students also participate in various intercollegiate competitions and community related programs. Besides, they also attend various health related programs, workshops, conferences.