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NIMHANS
(INSTITUTE OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE)

PROSPECTUS
2015-16

NIMHANS has been declared as an Institute of National Importance vide Government of India Gazette

Notifications dated 14.9.2012 and 29.11.2013. In consonance with the Provisions contained in the Act,
NIMHANS does not come under the purview of Medical Council of India, Indian Nursing Council and

Rehabilitation Council of India. The seats notified in this Prospectus will not be increased at any cost.

The Institute reserves rights to modify/change the contents in the Prospectus without prior notice.

Phone: 080 26995013/15 e-mail: [email protected]
Fax: 080 26566811/26564830 Website: www.nimhans.kar.nic.in

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Contents

Introduction 5

Academic Calendar 7

Celebrations 8

Institute Authorities 8

Ph.D course work coordinators 9

Central Facilities 10

Hospital Administration 10

General Administration 11

Hostels 12

Departments and courses

Biophysics 14

Biostatistics 16

Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 17

Clinical Neurosciences (Virtual department) 19

Clinical Psychology 22

Epidemiology 26

Human Genetics 29

Mental Health Education 30

Neuroanaesthesia 31

Neurochemistry 34

Neuroimaging & Interventional Radiology 36

Neurological Rehabilitation 39

Neurology 41

Neuromicrobiology 44

Neuropathology 47

Neurophysiology 51

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Research facilities: The Department of Nursing has a well-developed infrastructure to support teaching
and research activities. There is good clinical facility and adequate reference books in the library for
the students. The faculty members guide the research activities of the students in the areas of Neuro
critical, infection control, effectiveness of structured teaching program, self-care ability development
among neurologically dependent and psychiatrically ill patients. Counseling psychiatric patients and
their families, follow up work on domiciliary care services in OPD and community.

There are excellent clinical facilities in the areas of psychiatric nursing, neuro sciences nursing, community
mental health – neuro nursing both in rural and urban and neuro-psychiatric rehabilitation nursing. The
department has close collaboration with all other departments of the Institute for further support in the
research activities and it is a part of multi-disciplinary team.

2. M.Sc in Psychiatric Nursing: 9 Seats

Duration: 2 years

Minimum Qualification for Admission:
a) The candidate should be a Registered Nurse and Registered Midwife or equivalent with any State

Nursing Registration Council.
b) The minimum education requirements shall be the passing of B.Sc. Nursing/B.Sc. Hons.Nursing/

Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing with minimum of 55% aggregate marks.
c) The candidate should have studied B.Sc. Nursing/B.Sc. Hons. Nursing/Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing in

an institution which is recognized by INC.
d) Minimum of one year experience after Basic B.Sc. Nursing as on the day of counseling.
e) Minimum of one year of work experience prior to or after post Basic B.Sc. Nursing as on the day of

counseling.
f) Candidate shall be medically fit.

3. Post Basic Diploma in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing: 45 Seats

Duration: 1 year

Minimum Qualification for Admission:
Should be a registered Nurse (R.N&R.M) in the State Nursing Council with one year experience as staff
nurse.

4. Post Basic Diploma in Neurosciences Nursing: 9 Seats

Duration: 1 year

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Minimum Qualification for Admission:
Should be a registered Nurse (R.N&R.M) in the State Nursing Council with one year experience as staff
nurse.

Nurses applying for the above courses from other countries to obtain an Equivalence Certificate from
INC before applying.

5. B.Sc in Nursing : 77 Seats (Under the College of Nursing)

Duration: 4 years

Minimum Qualification for Admission:
a) Pre-University examination conducted by Department of Pre-University Education with Physics,

Chemistry, Biology and English with a minimum 45% aggregate in the above subjects.
b) Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (12 years course) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology

and English with a minimum 45% aggregate.
c) Senior School Certificate examination Pre-Degree Examination (10+2) with Physics, Chemistry,

Biology and English with a minimum 45% aggregate.
d) An Equivalent with 12 years of Schooling from a recognized Board or University with Physics,

Chemistry, Biology and English with a minimum 45% aggregate.
e) The Candidate shall be medically fit.

Academic faculty and their research interests

Dr. K. Lalitha, Professor and Head
Mental health counseling and disaster intervention. Developing empathy skills in nursing personnel,
School mental health programs, Stress management programs.

Dr. Ramachandra, Additional Professor and Principal, College Of Nursing
Electro-convulsive therapy, Substance Abuse related problems, Rehabilitation, HIV & Mental Health.

Dr. Sailaxmi Gandhi, Associate Professor:
Occupational Stress, Stress Management programs, School Mental Health, Child & Adolescent
Psychiatric Nursing and Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Dr. Prasanthi Nattala, Assistant Professor:
Developing and testing interventions for individuals with substance use disorders.

Dr. Pratibha Swamy, Associate Professor:
Quality of life in cancer patient, Status of working women.

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PROVIDED ALWAYS THAT THE Liability of the sureties hereunder shall not be impaired or discharged by
reason of time being granted or by any forbearance, act or omission of the NIMHANS or any person authorized
by them (whether with or without the consent or knowledge of the sureties) nor shall it be necessary for the
NIMHANS to sue the obligor before suing the sureties Shri. / Smt. ____________ and Shri. / Smt. ____________
or any of them for amounts due hereunder.

PROVIDED ALWAYS and it is HEREBY SPECIFICALLY AGREED and DECLARED that the decision of the
Government, as to whether the student has or has not performed or observed any of the obligations, terms and
conditions herein before setout and recited shall be final and binding on the parties hereto.

The bond shall in all respect be governed by the laws of India for the time being in force and the rights and
liabilities hereunder shall where necessary be accordingly determined by the appropriate Courts in India.

Signed and dated this _________________________ day of _____________________ two thousand and fifteen.

Signed and delivered by the obligor above named (ID, Address proof should be enclosed)

Shri. / Smt. __________________________________________________________________________
In the presence of

Witnesses: 1 ___________________________________________________

2 ___________________________________________________

Signed and delivered by the surety above named (ID, Address proof should be enclosed)

Shri. / Smt. __________________________________________________________________________
In the presence of

Witnesses: 1 ___________________________________________________

2 ___________________________________________________

Signed and delivered by the surety above named (ID, Address proof should be enclosed)

Shri. / Smt. __________________________________________________________________________
In the presence of

Witnesses: 1 ___________________________________________________

2 ___________________________________________________

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Certified that the above named sureties are solvent and acceptable.

……………………………………
Signature of the Magistrate/Notary
(With Seal)


ACCEPTED

DIRECTOR / VICE-CHANCELLOR
NIMHANS, Bangalore – 560 029

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