Father Muller College of Nursing

About The College

Father Muller College of Nursing



Father Muller College of Nursing ,  unit of Father Muller Charitable Institutions , Registered Society sponsored by the Catholic Diocese of Mangaluru. Established  for the benefit of the members of the Christian Community and its affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka, Bengaluru and also recognized by Indian Nursing Council.

Father Muller Charitable Institutions (FMCI) starts in the year 1880, by Fr Augustus Muller, a German Jesuit missionary.

With the addition of improved medical and surgical services, professionally trained nursing personnel were a felt need of the hospital. As a response to which a School of Nursing was founded in 1959.






In 1987 the College of Nursing came into existence with the Four Year B.Sc. Nursing Degree Course to keep pace with the rapid advancement in Health and Nursing Sciences. The Post Certificate B.Sc. Nursing Degree Course of two years duration for upgrading those with Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery also started  under Mangaluru University.

In response to the pressing need of the professional Nurse leaders and nurse educators, Post – Graduate degree programme in nursing, also started in 1992 in 5 specialties under Mangaluru University.







Smart Classrooms


Smart Classrooms  for 100 students which fulfills the guideline given by the regulatory bodies. Every class room  provide  ergonomically designed seating arrangements, smart board, sound system, Wi-Fi connectivity and CCTV cameras for instance .





Innovative teaching methods  with the help of laboratories according to the specialties furthermore enhancing the learning experience . A well-equipped Computer Lab  also available  . In addition photocopier also available .





Safe and secure In-house hostel facilities with mess services. Firstly, Keep in mind, “Cleanliness is Godliness” , hygiene is given prime importance. Secondly , safe drinking water, CCTV Camera and security personnel for safety. In addition recreational facility  also made available.



FMSSC [Father Muller Simulation and Skill Center]


It’s a state of the art, multi-professional training facility equipped with the most advanced medical simulators and skills trainers. Established in November 2015 as the first  advanced simulation Centre in Mangaluru, moreover it  inculcate evidence based simulation  into the healthcare curriculum. And also  provide healthcare training to the non-healthcare community, clinical undergraduates, postgraduates and qualified professionals from the fields of medicine, nursing and other allied sciences . Its the first medical college in Mangalore to  accredits by the American Heart Association as an authorized training Centre for CPR & ECC courses.



Halls Of Utility And Auditorium


Overall 6 Seminar halls and 3 auditoriums with Wi-Fi and ICT facility , to conduct College-level events, State, National & International Conferences, Workshops and Symposium for instance .





The library set-up consists of 3,195sq.mtrs in three floors, with reading room facilities , E-Resources, journals .





Fully integrated state of the art sports complex of National Standard with centralized air conditioning and a total playing area of 20,000 sq.ft.





A state-of-the-art Gymnasium with the most modern equipment’s and a sprawling 4500 sq.ft area .





Buggy, Transport facility  available inside the campus.



Secured Campus


In addition CCTV facilities also made available .



Accreditation and affiliation


The National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) accredited Father Muller College of Nursing with ‘A’ grade, and  its the first Nursing College under Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bengaluru.


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Working Hours

Now Open UTC + 5.5
  • Monday 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Tuesday 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Wednesday 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Thursday 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Friday 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Saturday 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Sunday Day Off

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