Ideology of the College


  • The College of Nursing, NICH, is dedicated to fostering the personal and professional growth of its students. We firmly believe in the principles of clinical competence, excellence in education, holistic care, professionalism, evidence-based practice, and lifelong learning.
  • This educational institution is administered by the Government of Sindh. The degree and diploma programs in nursing are grounded in formal educational principles that underpin the practice of professional nursing.
  • We recognize that nursing is a dynamic profession, rooted in science and continually influenced by advances and innovations in science, technology, and emerging trends in society and healthcare delivery systems.


  • We acknowledge our responsibility to both our students and society, and as such, we are committed to incorporating provisions in our programs that foster the ongoing development of students as individuals and as efficient nurses and responsible citizens.


To become a globally recognized leading Centre of Excellence and innovation in the field of Nursing Education.


  • To achieve international excellence and innovation in nursing education, producing a highly skilled and specialized nursing workforce dedicated to promoting human health in our country and disseminating contemporary knowledge across all sub-disciplines of nursing.


  • To provide high-quality nursing education comparable to international standards, educating and preparing skillful nurses capable of delivering competent and therapeutic patient care.
  • To equip nurses with the ability to utilize advanced technology in providing high-quality healthcare through nursing research and the application of research findings.
  • To promote academic excellence through evidence-based learning and problem-solving approaches, thereby enhancing the overall quality of bedside nursing care in Pakistan.
  • To employ appropriate teaching and learning strategies for the prevention of illness and the promotion and restoration of health among individuals, families, and communities.
  • To instill a sense of respect for human life and its rights from the moment of conception until natural end, irrespective of caste, religion, race, color, sex, intelligence, or economic status.
  • To prepare a competent workforce capable of assuming leadership roles in the nursing profession.
  • To train professionally competent nurses with high standards of skills and a philanthropic spirit, enabling them to work among disadvantaged communities.


  • The Core Values Are:  Human dignity, Integrity, Social justice, Diversity, Compassion, Trustworthiness, Accountability, Autonomy, Professionalism and Excellence, are the foundation of our organization’s mission and culture.