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Farrukh Mukhtar College Of Nursing

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The Farrukh Mukhtar College of Nursing (FM-CON) is a state-of-the-art institution where multidisciplinary team will join hands to establish a student-centered, integrated and innovative (academic, clinical practice and service) approach to educate nursing professionals. Equipped with high-tech skills laboratories and learning resource center, the Farrukh Mukhtar College of Nursing focuses on developing nursing professionals who can provide competent and compassionate care at primary, secondary and tertiary care levels in the national and international context.

The College of Nursing is affiliated with the Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC) and the University of Health Sciences (UHS). Alongside its four-year bachelor degree, a one-year internship is mandatory at the hospital. After this five-year program, students become eligible to apply for the PNC licensure examination and receive the license as a Registered Nurse.

The program provides students with the knowledge, skills and attitude needed to practice nursing. The program intends to produce clinically competent professional nurses, who will utilize critical thinking in providing holistic nursing care. They will also be vital in playing a role as change agents in nursing practice and education in any health care setting. The undergraduate program will not only help the graduates to become proficient professionals but also make them utilize independent nurse-led approaches to serve thepopulation.

Approved from PNC (Pakistan Nursing Council)

Pakistan nurssing Council

The Farrukh Mukhtar College of Nursing is proud to announce its authorization with Pakistan Nursing Council.  Under PNC decision, The Farrukh Mukhtar College of nursing is authorized to organize the classes for 04 years generic BSN and 02 years post RN BSN degrees. We are excited to begin the new chapter at our facility. The PNC is an autonomous, regulatory body constituted under the Pakistan Nursing Council Act (1952, 1973) and empowered to register (license) Nurses, Midwives, Lady Health Visitors (LHVs), and Nursing Auxiliaries to practice in Pakistan. PNC was established in 1948.

We are now progressing towards approval from the University of Health Sciences – Lahore, Punjab. After this important approval, we will induct our classes.