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Little Flower College of Nursing : is one of the teaching institutions attached to Little Flower Hospital and Research Centre, Angamaly a registered charitable organization. It is a multi specialty hospital having 850 beds with specialties and superspecialities including cardiothoracic surgery, modern surgery, neurosurgery, for practical training of students.

Little Flower College of Nursing is well augmented by its best faculty to impart Health Care Knowledge ‘ Par excellence’ to mould committed Health care personnel, garnishing respect for human life, inculcating genuine compassion for the patients & their families. The College is equipped with all the modern facilities and infrastructure to groom a new generation of skilled nursing professionals. The College functioning in a four storied building offers excellent training facilities with spacious lecture Halls, laboratories, full pledged library with latest books, journals, both national and international and with internet facilities.

Little Flower Hospital started B Sc. Nursing and Post Basic B Sc. Nursing in 1995 under M. G. University. Later in 2002 hospital started its own college by name Little Flower College of Nursing. The College offers B.Sc. Nursing course of 4 year duration with an annual intake of 50 students, affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. From 2010 on wards B.Sc.Nursing programme is affiliated to Kerala University of Health Science (KUHS) Order No.782/ac/nur/2010/kuhas dated 11/11/2010, Thrissur. Little Flower College of Nursing is recognized by both Indian Nursing Council , New Delhi (INC No.162/02/JUL/2010 dated 30th Dec.2010) and Kerala Nurses and Midwives Council (KNMC order No.G.11568/01/NC Dated 26.05.2010) Thiruvananthapuram. Five batches have successfully completed the course with 100% results and are well placed in different parts of the world.

The College started the M.Sc.Nursing Programme with the intake of 20 students, Medical Surgical Nursing – 5, Mental Health Nursing – 5, Obstetric and Gynecological Nursing – 5 and Paediatric Nursing – 5, affiliated to KUHS No.2562/AC.1/nur/2010/Kuhas dated 09/12/2011 . This course is recognized by Indian Nursing Council (F.No.18-16/2952-INC dated 8th December 2011 and Kerala Nurses and Midwives Council (Order No.G.6736/11/NC dated 23-11-2011).

The College has obtained sanction from Indian Nursing Council Order File No. 02/JUL2/2010 dated 24/07/2010 for the post Basic B.Sc.Nursing, which the College plans to start in the next year. Affiliation for the above course has been obtained Kerala University of Health Sciences(KUHS) order No.2562/Ac.I/nur/2010 kuhas dated 14/02/2011. We are in the process of obtaining sanction from Kerala Nurses and Midwives Council for starting the course in 2012.


The faculty of College of Nursing Little Flower , Angamaly believes that ;

Education is an ongoing process promoting the development of the total person in intellectual, physical, emotional, social and spiritual aspects. The outcome of value-oriented education is an individual secure in his/her own identity with mature values and a strong sense of responsibility.

Teaching/learning is a continuous and interactive process with students and faculty, sharing joint responsibility. Faculty members provide information, resources, and guidance to facilitate learning; however, students must assume primary responsibility for their own learning.

Students are adults with prior knowledge and experiences and they differ in learning styles and needs; therefore, a variety of instructional strategies and support services are used to promote student achievement and success.

The core of learning is change. A change in perception, thinking, feeling, and action is demonstrated through behavior. The teacher is seen as a facilitator who assists learners in the process of discovery. The learning process promotes the development of personal reflection, intellectual inquiry, and sound judgment.

Collaboration with other disciplines, leadership, understanding and developments of nursing theory, research, publishing, preparation of nursing faculty, and the development of independent practitioners are emphasized.


On Completion of the programme the graduate is expected to

  1. Recognize the concepts, issues and scopes of professional nursing,
  2. Acquire basic knowledge, skill and ability to render services to the clients in all settings.
  3. Participate as members of health team in the preventive, promotive, curative and rehabilitative services in the health care delivery system,
  4. Practice ethical values personal, professional life, rendering nursing service in committed manner with the spirit of Christ, the divine healer.
  5. Demonstrate leadership qualities and function effectively as nurse educator and manager.
  6. Demonstrate skill in conducting nursing research, interpreting and utilizing the findings from health related research.
  7. Demonstrate interest in continued learning for personal and professional advancement.