Ms. Swapnali belongs to poor family from Rajapur taluka had taken education till 10th class and is now unable to bear the cost of for her further education. As she does not have anyone else to pay for her further education which will give her good employment and future, one of her relative sent her to us with a request to give her free education and we have given her free admission in our nursing school in the 14th batch which has training period of August 2010 to January 2012.
Our ‘Samarth Nursing School’ located at Dervan conducts 18 months residential A.N.M (Revised) course, G.N.M., BSc Nursing & MSc Nursing. This school is recognized by Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai, Govt. of Maharashtra. The final exam is conducted and the certificate is awarded by this Council. While giving admission foundation gives preference to the girls & women from poor families, rural areas, backward classes, broken families, divorcees, and orphans even when they are unable to pay any fees. Passed out students are already employed by different hospitals in different cities and many of them have given employment in our BKLW Hospital itself and are supporting themselves and their poor families.
tax benefit : 50%
To help exceptionally talented but poor students to become Nurse. We awards scholarships to recent high school students who have overcome the adversity of their family’s circumstances to be among the top rankers in Schools/Colleges.