- Sri Narayani College of Nursing Scholarships
Program Goal: Provide educational scholarships for young women at The Sri Narayani College of Nursing.
Target Budget for this program: C$20,000
Program Benefit: This program allows Canadians Sharing to improve educational outcomes by supporting at risk students in an environment where 45% of the children are first generation learners from disadvantaged families. Over one hundred students receive scholarships each semester.
How the Program Works in South India:
We work in the Vellore district of South India to advance education and health care by providing scholarships to nursing students. We collaborate with a registered Indian Charity to improve opportunities and educational outcomes for underprivileged women. With our charitable partner The Sri Sakthi Amma Health Care Trust we augment existing nursing programs at The Sri Narayani College of Nursing. The College of Nursing was established in 2006 and started Basic B.Sc (Nursing) on November 13th 2006 at Sri Narayani Hospital & Research Centre in Thirumalaikodi, Vellore, South India. The College later moved on to a purpose built new premises at Sekanoor, Vellore District in 2010. The Sri Narayani College of Nursing is affiliated with the Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University in Chennai The College is also approved by the Indian Nursing Council (INC), New Delhi, by the Tamil Nadu Nurses & Midwives Council and is recognized by the State Board. The College provides an exceptional quality educational experience for young women by offering a two year Diploma in M.Sc. Nursing, a two year Diploma in Post Basic B.Sc.
Nursing and a three and a half year Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery. Of the 75 Private colleges in Tamil Nadu, the Sri Narayani College of Nursing is considered one of the best. Young women with a minimum 12 years study with physics, chemistry and biology are accepted into the college. Nursing students come through a variety of local communities, from government subsidies as well as student allotments from Scheduled Tribes.
The College identifies students to us that are in financial need and we select the most financially challenged students. Our scholarships support low income, often first-generation nursing support for their tuition which helps to pay for food and accommodation, facility expenses, books, study materials and uniforms. The scholarships and applications are free of cost and anyone studying for nursing in the college or applying to the college can apply.