Colonel School of nursing, sangrur, Punjab: It is a college promoted by the international heritage and educational society. The main aim of this organization is to run an educational and professional institution. The college has been started on the basis of a vision that providing health care and community health development. It is also works on the motto of “Service of mankind is Service of god”. The college trains the youth group mainly belonging topoor and middle class of the community. Thinking the importance of nurses in the present society the college has been running this course.

Facts and figures of Colonel School of nursing:

Establishment year


Institution type



Mrs. Shanta Bajaj

Affiliated to

Govt. of Punjab, Punjab Nursing Registration Council (PNRC) and Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi

Campus strength


Number of faculty



V.P.o. - Chural Kalan
Teh. - Moonak (Lehra)
Distt. - Sangrur (Punjab) 148031

How to reach

 just 01 KM from Jakhal Mandi(which is beside highway)

Why to join Colonel School of nursing?

  • Faculty members: The faculty at this college provides good nursing education which is scientific instead of formal nursing education. Here they provide Skills for the students like positive attitude, confidence, love, care and affection to be taken in order to treat and take care of a patient.
  • Giving importance to practical knowledge: For the accomplishment of their aim, the institution makes all possible efforts to provide practical exposure along with theoretical knowledge. The institute provides practical exposure to their students, which helps them in acquiring in depth knowledge in study. The students are sent to medical camps in.
  • Different projects: Many departmental projects to be assigned to the students to make them learn easier in practical way, the projects relating to  ill effects of junk food on teenagers in selected urban schools,  creating awareness among mothers regarding child abuse in selected urban and rural areas, about  breathing exercises among patients with COPD in tertiary care hospitals.