Types Of Inspection For Various Nursing Programs
First Inspection is conducted on receipt of the proposal received from the institute to start any nursing program prescribed by Indian Nursing Council. The proposal should have the following requisite documents:
- Re-inspections are conducted for those institutions, which are found unsuitable by Indian Nursing Council. The institutions and the government are informed about the deficiencies and advised to improve upon them. Once the institution takes necessary steps to rectify the deficiencies, institution should submit the compliance report with documentary proof of the deficiencies pointed out and re-inspection fees. On receipt of the Compliance report & fees from the institution
application will be considered for re-inspection.
Indian Nursing Council conducts periodical (after 1 year of 3 years) inspection of the institution once the institution is found suitable by Indian Nursing Council to monitor the standard of nursing education and the adherence of the norms prescribed by INC. Institution are required to pay annual affiliation fees every year. However, if the institution does not comply to the norms prescribed by Indian Nursing Council for teaching, clinical & physical facilities, the institution will be declared unsuitable.
Enhancement of Seats
Indian Nursing Council will conduct inspection after one year from the last
inspection conducted subject to the condition that the students are admitted.
Proposal of enhancement of seats will be considered only from those institutions
who are found suitable by Indian Nursing Council.