Tribhuvan University Institute of Medicine, Pokhara Nursing Campus, is established in 1982 in Pokhara, situated at the heart of Pokhara Metropolitan City, Kaski, Gandaki Province, as an educational institute to educate young Nepalese women and men entering the field of nursing.
Pokhara Nursing Campus is one of the constituent campus of Tribhuvan University, Institute of Medicine (TU, IOM) which has become one of the pioneer educational organization in Nepal since its establishment. Within four decades, the campus gradually expanded its academic program from CMA then PCL to Master in Nursing (MN) and currently it has different programs such as Bachelor in Nursing Science (BNS), Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) in Nursing and Master in Nursing (MN) whereas intake of PCL Nursing has been stopped since 2018 A.D. Pokhara Nursing Campus is an academic center of excellence through the foundation of nursing with its specialization in Adult Health Nursing, Women’s Health and Development and Child Health Nursing in Master program. Since its inception, the campus has achieved remarkable success in terms of quality education and infrastructural development.
The post Basic Bachelor of Nursing (PBBN) programme was started in the Pokhara Nursing Campus in 2005 B.S. and later it was changed into 3 years BNS program in 2013 A.D. Likewise, B.Sc Nursing is a 4 year program which was started in 2016 AD. with the intake of 20 students per year. In 2011 AD. Master in nursing program was started with the intake of 4 students in adult health nursing specialty and later expanded with child health nursing and women health and development specialty in 2074 B.S.
Prepare outstanding and competent nursing human resources with leadership qualities through nursing education. Deliver exceptional compassionate health care through education, practice, research, innovation and integrity.
To be a center of academic excellence to advance health and wellness across the life span for the people through nursing education, research and service.
The goal is to achieve academic excellence through the scientifically driven academic programs for equitable and accessible quality higher education.
- To develop different level of qualified, skillful, task oriented nursing personnel according to our national and global need
- To render preventive, promotive and curative services to the people through the students clinical/field practices
- To prepare qualified nurse leader, educator and manager in basic and advanced level professional nursing practice in a rapidly changing, multicultural, multiethnic global environment
- To promote, expand and validate the scientific base of nursing knowledge and practice through the discovery, organizational transmission of research based knowledge, skill and values.