The School of Nursing, St. Martha’s Hospital was started in the year 1933 by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. It was upgraded to College of Nursing in the Year 1998 offering both Degree & Diploma Courses in Nursing. Preparing quality Nurse educators/administrators who will deliver value based nursing education, taking the profession to greater heights have become the need of the hour. Keeping this need in mind, the College was further upgraded by starting M.Sc. Nursing course in the year 2016 and the Nurse Practitioner in Critical Care (NPCC) Course in the year 2020. The College of Nursing is affiliated to the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka and is recognised by the Indian Nursing Council and Karnataka State Nursing Council.
Since its inception in 1933, it has trained thousands of nurses whose skills and competence have won praises across the globe.
General Nursing & Midwifery Course was started in the year 1933. Affilated to KSDNEB (Karnataka State Diploma in Nursing Education Board)
B.Sc. Nursing Course was started in the year 1998 and M.Sc. Nursing Course in the year 2016. Both are Affilated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. Karnataka
All the above Courses are recognised by Indian Nursing Council & Karnataka State Nursing Council