Ranchi, April 29: A two-member team from the Indian Nursing Council (INC) has started inspection of the Rajendra institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) Nursing College today.
The purpose of the inspection was to check whether the college is fit enough to impart education at the graduation level. The team, during its inspection, collected information about its faculties and other infrastructure, including hostel facilities and laboratory equipment required for imparting education in nursing.
The inspection will continue till tomorrow.
The management of Rajendra institute of Medical Sciences, sources said, had made prior arrangement for the inspection.
It has appointed a professor, two associate professors and five tutors to impart education to 50 students who are likely to be admitted after the affiliation from the highest regulatory body of nursing colleges in the country.