College of Nursing

College of Nursing should be one of the pioneer institutions in education and training personal to cope up with the changing needs of nursing in our country. Bachelor of nursing is an essential and important component of health care delivery system and college of nursing will contribute its share to their responsibility.

As philosophy concerned with the problems of human life, it enables the nursing students to identify the current problem and to think critically and to act wisely.

Aims  of education depends on the life with philosophy. Philosophy of nursing provides both theory and practical knowledge nursing is based on knowledge of medical sciences.

Nursing is a service to humanity and college maintains all worldly values, ethical values and maintain standards of excellence in educational teaching and training.

Educational objective of College of Nursing
To achieve this
The purposes to be fulfilled are based on the above objectives:
Philosophy of M.Sc. Nursing

The Nursing family of the Amala College of Nursing presents the following statements of beliefs about Master of Sciences in Nursing (M.Sc. Nursing programme).

We believe that:

M.Sc. Nursing programme equip the graduates with advanced concepts and competency to function effectively and efficiently in providing health care education and to contribute to professional development through research.

The programme helps the students to acquire knowledge and skills through self directed and independent learning utilizing all the available visionaries. The faculty role is to facilitate, monitor, motivate and guide the learning process.

The programme enable the students to play a crucial role in shaping the future direction of health care at the local, national and international levels.

The programme prepares the nurses to take up various extended and expanded roles across a broad range of professional settings incorporating the changing needs of the society and health care delivery system.

The programme prepares trained nurses to function as specialists, consultants, educators administrators and researchers in their areas of specialization by applying specialized theories with high degree of thinking and directing predict future needs of profession and society.


The M.Sc. Nursing degree programme of Amala College of Nursing intend to prepare graduate nurses to expand their knowledge, attitude and practice to the fullest possible extend  so that they become highly efficient practitioners in their area of specialization.

Philosophy of Ph.D. in Nursing

The nursing family of the Amala College of Nursing presents the following statements of beliefs about Ph.D. in Nursing (Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing).

We believe that:

Ph.D. nursing programme builds upon and extends competence acquired at undergraduate and post graduate levels and equip the future nurse scientists to assume leadership roles in complete health care organization. It also emphasizes on the development of research skills.

The programme enables the nurse scholars to develop a theoretical and empirical base for nursing practice in both current and emerging health care system. The faculty role is to facilitate and enable the critical thinking and research skills.

The programme also envisages the nurse scholars to maintain high ethical standards, to lead theory development, dissemination of new health discoveries in professional and public forum, policy development and education.

The programme prepares the nurses to function as advance practitioners, specialists, researcher , scientists, consultants in their areas of specialization at both national and international levels by application of theoretical knowledge base and critical thinking skills and direct the future needs of profession and society.


The Ph.D. programme of Amala College of Nursing intend to prepare nurse scientists/ scholars with high ethical and professional standards, to expand their critical thinking abilities to the maximum potential to create highly proficient leaders, specialists, researcher and advance practitioners in nursing.