History

SIGNIFICANT LANDMARKS
HOLY FAMILY COLLEGE OF NURSING

Month Year Significant Landmarks
JULY 2009 Proposal to start College of Nursing was submitted to University of Delhi.
  2010 Faculty was recruited for College of Nursing.
Mrs. Raminder Kalra was appointed as a founder Principal for College of Nursing.
  August   2011   University of Delhi granted affiliation to Holy Family College of Nursing for B.Sc (Hons) Nursing programme with annual intake of 50 students.
The Holy Family College of Nursing was inaugurated by
Most Rev. Vincent M Concensso, Arch Bishop of Delhi in presence of Prof. Dinesh Singh, Vice Chancellor, University of Delhi and Bishop Franco Mullakal.
  2012 5 days workshop on updating skills in Emergency Nursing was organized for Nursing personnel.
  2013 The proposal to start Post Basic B.Sc Nursing Course was submitted to University Of Delhi
Post Basic B.Sc Nursing Curriculum was submitted to University Of Delhi for approval
  2015 Post Basic Nursing Course was approved by University Of Delhi
Proposal to start M.Sc Nursing course was submitted to University Of Delhi.
  2015 Permission to start Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing with annual intake of 30 students was granted by University of Delhi, Indian Nursing Council, Delhi Nursing Council.
    Proposal to start M.Sc. Nursing course was submitted to Indian Nursing Council.
    1st   Batch of 41 B.Sc. (Hons) Nursing student passed out.
    Ms. Christeena 1st  Batch student got the 1st position in the University of Delhi
  2016 Three days workshop on ‘Recent Trends in Nursing’ was organized and attended by 43 Nursing Personnel. M.Sc. Nursing started with annual intake of 25 students, 5 each for Medical Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Obstetric and Gynecological Nursing, Psychiatric Nursing and Community Health Nursing
  2017 Three days workshop on ‘standards and accreditation of nursing educational institutions’ was organized
  2018 Three days workshop on ‘Nursng theories and its application’ was organized

SIGNIFICANT LANDMARKS
SCHOOL OF NURSING, HOLY FAMILY HOSPITAL

Month Year Significant Landmarks
June 1958 22 new student joined Diploma in General Nursing course.
  1959 Sr. Charles Saig took over as Principal, School of Nursing.      First batch of nursing students passed out.
  1960 Public Health Grant was received from the Govt. of India for integrating Public Health into the Nurses Training Programme. Nurses Midwifery Programme affiliated with PNRC started in School of Nursing.
  1965   1968 Three month course for ward sisters begun under the auspices of the College of Nursing, Delhi. This course was discontinued in 1972
Sr. Jerome MMS took over as Directress of School of Nursing in 1965. (1965 – 1973).
  1968 1970 MISEREOR gave a grant to construct nurse’s hostel. Sr. Aquinas Hamilton took over as the Nursing Director & Principal, School of Nursing. (1970-74)  
  1971 The hostel building was completed and occupied.  
  1973 The new teaching block completed  
  1975 Sr. Bertrand Wing, MMS took over as Nursing Director ,School of Nursing.(1975-79)
  1982 Ms. Maureen Peterson took over as Principal School of Nursing.(1982-86)
  1987 Mrs. Manghat was officiating Principal.
  1988 Sr. Innocentia  took over as Principal, School of Nursing.(1988-2000)
  1989 A new 2 year course for Diploma in Practical Nursing was started for men and women with intake of 30 students.
  1990 A batch of 100 candidates were taken for General Nursing and Midwifery course which included male candidates also.
July 1992 MMS transferred the ownership of the Hospital and School of Nursing to the Catholic Archdiocese of Delhi.
  1998 10 ½ months Certificate Course in Nursing was started for Missionaries of Charity Sisters. 7 batches of Missionaries of Charity Sisters passed out.
  2000 Mrs. Annie McMullen took over as Principal, School of Nursing.(2000-2009)
  2009 Mrs. Stella Kim took over as Principal School of Nursing.(2009-2013)

School of Nursing was upgraded to College of Nursing. The College aims to be the Centre of Excellence in Nursing Education.

Looking forward to start Post Basic B.Sc. with annual intake of 30 students and M.Sc. Nursing with annual intake of 25 students from the academic session 2016-17.