How to Apply
- Standard Application form will be issued by the Institution on payment of 300/ - in cash or 350/ - by D.D in favour of Woodland Institute of Nursing payable at Shillong.
- The application form duly filled up by the student’s own hand The application form duly filled up by the student’s own hand writing and all the necessary documents should be submitted to the Institute.
Documents To Be Enclosed
The following documents to be enclosed along with the application form:
- Three recent passport size photo of the candidate duly attested by Gazette Officer.
- . Birth Certificate from the competent authority.
- Attested copies of Mark sheets of Class -X and Class -XII.
- Character Certificate from the Head of the Institution last attended.
- In case of schedule Tribe/ schedule Cast, the irrespective certificate issued from the competent authority.
- Two self addressed of five Rupees postal stamped envelop.
- One recommendation letter from Parent/Guardian who is going to vouch for candidate.
- Eye Check-up report must be attached along with the form.
All documents enclosed in the application form must be produced in original at the time of interview.
Selection And Admission
- All candidates whose Application form are found to be correct and in order, will have to appear for a written entrance test.
- Selected candidates on the basic of merit will be called for personal interview and psychological assessment.
- Candidates selected for admission will have to undergo Medical checkup. All expenses involve in the checkup is the candidate’s own expenses.
- Any candidate found to be medically unfit will not be admitted.
- Selected candidates will be intimated.
- A three months period of preliminary training (P.T.S Training) will be given to the students, at the end of three months an examination will be conducted. Candidate who passed this examination will be considered suitable to continue the training.
Frequently asked question
Visitors can meet the students in the common visiting rooms during the schedule time: Saturday 1 to 5pm & Sunday 10 to 5 pm (summer) Saturday 1 to 4pm & Sunday 10 to 4pm(winter)
Students will have to stay in the room with due permission from competent authority.
Educational field Trips are arranged by the Institute from time to time.
Computer laboratory with internet facilities, Audio Visual laboratory with LCD projector etc.
- After successful completion of P.T.S period the students are considered as 1st year student.
- In the Hospital the Students will be exposed to various clinical areas of experiences under the supervision of Tutors clinical instructor/ ward the sister.
- Besides clinical experience in Hospital, all the students will be exposed to Urban and Rural Health Centers for community experiences under the supervision of Tutors.
- Students should attend not less 75% of the formal instructions or classes given by the School and 100% attendance for clinical experience, failing which, the students will not be allowed to sit for Council Examination.
- Only those who pass the Selection Examination of the school will be allowed to sit for State Council Examination.( MNC)
- If student fails in one paper (written or practical) He/she may sit for Supplementary examination to be held subsequently after six months and shall be promoted to the next year after successful completion of the same.
- If students fails in more than one paper (written or practical), he/she will have to repeat the whole year.
- A second year student will be promoted to third year unless all the subjects of second year cleared by the student.
- A third year students who fails in two or more subjects will not be allowed to proceed to internship till she clears all the Third year subjects.
- All assignments and practical records must be completed before the Selection Examination.
- A students has to secure 50% marks in internal assignment in each subject, both theory and Practical in other to be eligible for admission to the State Council Examination.
- All certificates will be after successful completion of the course training.
- Strict disciple is to be maintained in Hospitals, School and Hostel.
- Good Communal harmony and Interpersonal relationship among the students.
- Drugs, Alcohol and any other substances of abuse are strictly prohibited.
- Students are responsible for their behavior both inside & outsides the institution.
- Ragging in any is strictly forbidden. Anybody indulging in any such activities will be expelled immediately from institute.
- Students who stay overnight outside the hostel without the permission of the competent authority will be suspended for six months or will be expelled from institute.
- Violation of rule will attract disciplinary action according to the discretion of the institute’s authority & if necessary expulsion from the institute may be considered depending upon the seriousness of the violation.
NOTE: Rules are subjects to addition & alteration
Students are entitled annually to the following leave, which will be decided by the Institute management
- Preparatory leave
However, it is saddening to stay that Meghalaya, one of the most peaceful and educated State of India Union (known as the educational Hub of the North East) is still lagging behind other seven North Eastern states in the field of Nursing education .This simply implies that the local tribal girls in general and the various tribes in particular have the least chance to become professional nurses than the girl of all other states in India. The population of Meghalaya is increasing at an alarming rate, and so is the number of educated girls respectively, year after year. On the other hand, employment to government services is also out of the blues. At present, there are only seven full fledged General Nursing and Midwifery nurses, training schools in Meghalaya, and thousand of applicants are dropped every year. This simply indicate that setting of new nursing school will surely improved the status of girls who are prone to take up several unwanted profession due to scarcity of nursing schools or employment.
This institute has been setup with the sole aim to develop and educate nurses not only theoretically but practically as well. The government of India is taking special steps in association with the Nurses body The India Nursing Council to increase the number of institute with more and more inputs which in turn will not only benefit the society but also will help up to a extent to eradicate unemployment.