St. Andrews College of Nursing is a Christian minority institution established under St. Andrews Education Foundation, Pune. St. Andrews Education foundation, Pune, is a charitable trust, established under the Public Trust Act of 1950.
College started Basic B.Sc nursing course on 6th November 2006. Permission was granted by Government of Maharashtra and is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik, recognized by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi and Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai. Intake capacity for Basic B.Sc nursing is 40 seats per year. Post Basic B.Sc nursing was started in the year 2009 with a course capacity of 30 seats per year.
St. Andrews college of nursing is approved by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi and Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai. The college is affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nasik and is permitted by government of Maharashtra.
St. Andrews college of nursing is one of the outstanding colleges in Maharashtra and is well recognised for its discipline and good result. Graduating students are well placed at various national and international hospitals and colleges.
St. Andrews college of nursing has active NSS (National Service Scheme) unit and active SNA (Student Nurses Association).
The vision of St. Andrews College Of Nursing lies in building competent practitioners, nurse administrators , nurse educators and researchers, capable of giving leadership in fulfilling the dream of a healthier tomorrow for India and being partners with shared accountability in this domain nationally and internationally.
The overall aim of St. Andrews college of nursing is to prepare the quality nursing graduates to assume responsibility in promotive, preventive and curative care of people, sick or well and to act as professional nurses. they are prepared to assume first level positions in all areas of health and are expected to participate in the teaching and managerial functions as well as to undertake operational research in the field of nursing.
To assess the health status, identifying health needs / problems,
planning, implementing & evaluating the care of the clients.
To instill and develop skill and aptitude for nursing.
To be able to provide comprehensive, holistic nursing care to the needy.
To assist and coordinate with other medical, paramedical and allied disciplines in prevention of illness, promotion of health in the community and
provide treatment for restoration of health.
To prepare the student for futuristic global level competency in delivering
health care system.
To develop leadership skills, techniques of care & teaching skills.