The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc. Nursing) is a 4 year undergraduate medical programme. Nursing education is monitored by the Indian Nursing Council (INC), the programme focus on developing critical care, advanced thinking skills, proficiency and values necessary for the practice of professional nursing and midwifery. The programme prepares students to become responsible citizens by following a code of moral values and conduct at all times while fulfilling personal, social and professional responsibilities. B. Sc. Nursing programme involves classroom study, projects and assignments that enable students to gain practical knowledge of their learning.After the completion of the course, the students compulsorily need to do a six-month internship to experience real-world clinical settings and learn from them.
The College of nursing which got approval from Govt. of Kerala, Kerala University of Health sciences, Kerala Nursing Council and Indian Nursing Council, College was inaugurated on 30th September 2010. Of total strength of 40 students per year, 50% are given to Government quota. The management is collecting the Govt. approved tuition and other fees only.The Poyanil hospital was established in 1988 to serve the needy and the weaker section in the society. The hospital today runs several institutions in Nursing and paramedical. Poyanil College of Nursing was established in the year2010 to promote nursing education which is a pivot in the health care delivery system and it aids in the progress of research in field of nursing.
The institution was initially offering Diploma in Nursing. But as years rolled on, its rays had spread to other latitudes in nursing education such as B.Sc. (Nursing) in years 2010. The College is affiliated to the Kerala University of Hearth Sciences, Trichur and recognized by the Indian Nursing Council and by the Kerala Nursing Council. The College believes in preparing nurses from all states of India and abroad to meet the great challenges of service in the field of nursing. Nursing must keep themselves abreast of new findings enabling them to advance along with other health professionals.