HISTORY

University of Lahore

Lahore School of Nursing & Midwifery (LSN&M) was incepted in year 2010 with a few faculty members headed by a Principal. The school was established with the sole aim to produce graduate nurses to cope with the dearth of nursing professional in the world in general and in Pakistan in particular. Pakistan Nursing Council (PNC) after thread bare inspection of LSN&M has been pleased to recognize this institution in its first visit.

Consequently two courses B. Sc Nursing (Post RN) and B. Sc Nursing (Generic) spanning over a period of 2 years and 4 years respectively were introduced with semester system which is unique in its relevant programs. We hope that this 1st step will be a milestone of the era for nursing profession in Punjab.

In session of Spring 2012, eight (8) Nursing students passed out obtaining graduation Degree and subsequently in Session Fall 2012 twelve (12)nursing students qualified from this Institution. It is bare fact that graduate nurses are capable enough to work in diverse fields such as Public Health Care, Military Service and Administration of Medical Care where best health care services are required. With increasing trend of students aspiring degree program in nursing, proficient and well experienced faculty members were recruited for imparting skill embodied with knowledge to under graduate nursing students. Adhering to the policies of PNC state of the art Skill Lab was established. Likewise a rich library comprising books on the subject of Nursing was setup to facilitate the expanding number of students.

It is matter of privilege for University of Lahore (UOL) that in session Fall 2012, 50 students were enrolled Post RN on merit basis whereas 30 students sought admission for B. Sc Nursing program (Generic).

Dean Message

In March 2012 the Faculty of Allied Health Sciences was established which in December 2012 is marked with accomplishments in the areas of academia, research and extracurricular activities. Due to full support from the Chairman BOG, The University of Lahore, bold initiatives were taken for launching new departments this year.

Principal Message

The Nursing profession acknowledged as a critical component of all health care delivery system. This profession needs dynamic, visionary, educated and committed leaders who can protect the public health rights through productive input in national health policy.