Let the Flame Burn Bright


Welcome to the Holy Family Institute of Nursing Education (HFINE).

HFINE is a premier institute in India that fulfils the need for highly skilled nurses who form the backbone of the modern healthcare delivery system.

Run by the Congregation of the Ursulines of Mary Immaculate, HFINE trains student-nurses with world-class infrastructure at a residential facility at Kurla (W) Premier Road. We offer a Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery, Basic B.Sc. Nursing, Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing & Critical Care Nursing that is recognised by the Indian Nursing Council and ranks among the best in the country.

HFINE also affords student-nurses clinical experience at its parent institution, which is one of the country's best super-specialty hospitals the Holy Family Hospital in Bandra, Mumbai. This gives our student-nurses access to cutting-edge medical infrastructure and invaluable clinical exposure.

The world of medicine is not static. Every day sees the identification of new strains of disease, the refinement of diagnostic procedures and new technological developments to effectively treat the sick and ailing.

Consequently, the medical sector with super-speciality hospitals and other speciality medical institutions has increased the demands on nurses manifold. It has raised the bar for nurses, creating a need for professionals who can seamlessly adapt to the complex requirements of patient care.

Every year, 30 nurses graduate from HFINE, equipped to manage these critical responsibilities in a hi-tech environment, yet always bearing in mind that quality nursing is administered in the spirit of caring.


* The institute offers an educational programme that keeps abreast of the latest developments in medical science and state-of-the-art nursing practices. Our teaching methodology is constantly updated and fine-tuned to meet the real-world challenges of a profession that is constantly evolving.

* Our student-nurses receive the best clinical training at our parent institution, the Holy Family Hospital in Bandra, Mumbai. The hospital’s research centre, as well as its in-patient and out-patient referrals, provides a dynamic learning environment and hands-on experience with complex medical cases.

* On completion of the academic programme, every student-nurse receives a placement at the hospital. This ensures employment for our nurses as well as homogeneity in patient care and continuity in the hospital’s philosophy and objectives.

Admission commences in May-June every year and applications are accepted from across the country. HFINE is a minority institution but applicants are not assigned preference on grounds of caste, community or creed.

To maintain professional standards of excellence, HFINE follows a rigorous screening process that stresses academic merit as well as personal aptitude.

Details about our courses, faculty and facilities may be accessed on our website. You may also call us at the institute on Tel: 09819814045 / 09967089635 or write to us at ehfine@gmail.com.

Vision and Mission

Institution is established to meet a need and that need is the mission of the institution. Mission and values can be difficult to explain. So the institution is motivated in the programs, activities and decision making to reflect our existence to the community.

Vision Statement

The vision statement provides insight into what the institution hopes to achieve in the future.

Holy Family Institute of nursing education strives to train nurses with excellence, leadership and expertise to heal the suffering humanity with compassionate care in a rapidly changing world and culturally diverse society

Mission Statement

The mission statement explains the purpose of an organization.

  • To promote individual’s development to prepare responsible citizens and competent professional nurses
  • To focus on Education and training, teaching and Learning, Research and outreach programs.

Let the Flame burn Bright


The values reflect the Institution’s core principles and ethics.

  • Integrity – being honest with moral principles
  • Discipline - training students in code of conduct
  • Commitment – being dedicated to a cause
  • Compassion – being concerned towards the suffering of others
  • Respect for life – being polite, kind and treating others well
  • Professionalism – being competent and skillful.


“Holy Family Institute of Nursing Education (a Minority Institution), established in the year 2005, is a unit of The Bandra Holy Family Hospital Society”, which is a public Trust registered under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950, and is managed by its Trustees, all Sisters / members of the Religious Congregation of the “Ursulines of Mary Immaculate, founded by Blessed Brigida Morello in the year 1649 at Piacenza, Italy.

The parent Institution, Holy Family Hospital is situated at Bandra (W), a suburbs of Greater Mumbai. Its address : Holy Family Hospital, St. Andrews Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai – 400 050. It offers all the basic services of a General Hospital. Holy Family Hospital is a Research Centre, has a “Heart Institute” and is an accredited Multi Specialty Hospital with the NABH certified.

In addition, Holy Family hospital runs Outreach programs in urban and rural areas which have activities to raise the quality of life of women and children, especially in the health and educational fields.

Here & Now

The Holy family Institute of Nursing Education is permanently now placed in Kurla. The new premises now comprises of all the facilities and infrastructure needed for the courses it runs. The address is Holy Family Institute of Nursing Education, Premier Road, Kurla (W), Mumbai 400070, Maharashtra.

Trust & Hospital

HFINE is an independent institute of The Bandra Holy Family Hospital Society, which also administers the super-specialty Holy Family Hospital at Bandra in Mumbai. The institute's student-nurses receive their clinical experience and internship at this state-of-the-art medical facility, whose unenviable record in medical education and patient care has made it a leading brand in the country.

The Holy Family Hospital itself had humble beginnings, starting out as a private maternity nursing home run by a general practitioner in suburban Bandra. As the healthcare needs of the suburbs grew, the nursing home was handed over to the Medical Mission Sisters in 1953.

Rechristened the 'Holy Family Hospital', the institution set a tradition while catering to the needs of the suburbs and beyond. More than two decades later, the Medical Mission Sisters were ready to hand over the hospital to the Archbishop of Bombay.

The Archbishop finally conferred this privilege on the Congregation of the Ursulines of Mary Immaculate 1978. The hospital has since been nurtured and developed into one of the country's most coveted super-specialty medical institutions in the country.


Code of Conduct for Principal
  • The principal should oversee and monitor the administration of the academic programme and general administration of the Institute to ensure efficiency and effectiveness in the overall administrative tasks and assignments.
  • The principal should work as admission authority for the Institute to implement admission process as per prescribed norms
  • The principal should make strategic plan for overall academic development
  • The principal should discuss and approve financial estimates, annual budget, accounts and audit reports time to time with the concerned authority.
  • The principal has authority to take all the necessary actions as and when required to maintain discipline in the Institute.
  • The principal should form various college level committees which are necessary for the development of the Institute
  • The principal should encourage Teaching Staff to update their knowledge by attending seminars/ workshops /conferences.
  • The principal should provide leadership, direction and co-ordination within the Institute
  • The principal should periodically review the Code of Conduct.
  • The principal should convene meetings with the authorities, bodies or committees as and when required.
  • The principal should ensure the quality in education and clinical practices maintained to develop the skills of the students to make them responsible citizens of the country.
  • The principal should forward performance appraisal report of all Teaching Staff of the Institute and submit it to the Management.
Code of Conduct for Teachers
  • It is the responsibility of every teacher to advance and disseminate knowledge through his /her professional activities.
  • The teacher should always try to give his/her best to the students and to the institution.
  • The teacher should always adhere to honest dealings with the students.
  • The teacher shall perform the academic and clinical postings assigned to her.
  • The teacher shall not victimize and discriminate students, colleagues and other staff.
  • The teacher shall not raise question of caste, creed, religion, race or sex in her relationships with students.
  • The teacher shall not indulge or encourage any form of malpractice connected with examinations or any other university activity.
  • The teacher shall not remain absent from college without leave or without the previous permission of the principal.
  • The teacher shall not accept any job of a remunerative character from any source other than the College or engage herself in any business.
  • The teacher will be on probation for an initial period of one year from the date of joining.
  • The period of probation is liable to be extended further and will continue to be on probation until confirmed in writing.
  • During the period of probation, if the work, health, conducts or efficiency is found not satisfactory, the service can be terminated at any time.


Senior Office Staff
  • She shall be in-charge of the College administrative office and shall be personally responsible for the smooth functioning.
  • She shall inspect the attendance register of the teaching and non-teaching staff and report to the principal about those who remain absent.
  • It shall be the duty of the Office clerk to maintain cordial public relations and to attend to the queries of the members of the public, staff and students
  • She shall carry out the duties and responsibilities in a just manner without any discrimination and motivate the office staff to take their work seriously and responsibly.
  • She shall be responsible for the work of a highly confidential nature that may be under taken by the institution.
  • She shall be responsible for preserving of the documents, etc. concerning the institution.
  • She shall exercise a check on and follow up of letters, notices and circulars received from the ARA, DMER, MNC, INC, MUHS and FRA.
  • She shall be responsible of the examination work pertaining to the College and help in the overall supervision of the principal
  • She shall be responsible to distribute ID Cards to the students and staff.
  • She shall ensure the eligibility of the students and prepare documents to submit them to MUHS within prescribed time limit.
  • She shall prepare and present budget estimates, with the help of principal and account Department in the Hospital.
  • Prepare the budget and income and expenditure statements, maintain all accounts and get them audited.
  • The accountant shall inform periodically the financial position of the institution to the management and principal and ensure that the code and financial norms are followed.
  • She shall be responsible for the proper implementation of the financial transactions as per rules, Accounts Code, Statutes, Rules and Regulations and monitor the finances of the institution as per directions of the management.
  • She shall scrutinize all bills of expenditure before recommending payment, and maintain the cash-book, ledger and bank pass-books
  • She shall exercise constant vigilance on expenditure, quantitative disposal of work, safety of the records and furniture.
  • She shall submit drafts for approval of the authorities through the principal.
  • The salary bills of all staff members are to be prepared and sent to the finance office, get approval from the management and submit to the finance department.
  • The accounts connected with employee Provident fund of Teaching and Nonteaching staff is to be prepared and sent to the concerned office.
  • The PF Register is maintained.
  • Guest Lecturers’ salary is to be calculated and disbursed from the office.
Junior Clerk
  • Should help in maintaining the attendance and leave records of all the employees in the institution.
  • Should distribute and collect admission forms
  • Should take additional responsibilities as assigned by the principal and senior clerk
  • Office staff should do all the work assigned by the principal and senior office clerk.
  • Should check on the repairs and maintenance of college and premises.


Leave shall be applied in the prescribed format and the type of leave should be written clearly.

Leave form should be submitted to the principal with the signature on the previous day.

Leave calculation is based on the joining date to the institution

Management will have the right to request any employee to work on any holiday due to exigencies of work and compensatory holiday will be provided.

Casual Leave (CL)

Regular employees are eligible for 11 days Casual leave in a year (One day per completed month)

Casual leave cannot be taken more than 3 days at a time.

Application for casual leave shall be submitted well in advance except unforeseen circumstances.

Casual leave cannot be combined with any other leave and cannot be accumulated.

Sick Leave (SL)

Regular employees are eligible for 10 days sick leave in an academic year.

Application for sick leave shall be submitted in writing the nature of illness.

In case of sudden illness message should be conveyed to the principal, followed by a written application.

Application for sick leave of 4 days and more shall be accompanied by medical certificate.

Annual leave (AL)

Every employee after 12 months of continuous service will be eligible for annual leave of 21 days and after completion of an year is 30 days

An employee who does not complete one-year continuous service is not eligible for annual leave.

Application for annual leave shall be submitted in advance in the prescribed format and availed only after obtaining permission.

Employees, before proceeding on leave shall ensure written sanction of the leave.

Employees shall hand over charge to the authorized person before proceeding on leave

Annual leave cannot be availed for less than 5 continuous days at a time

Annual leave can be availed only 3 times a year.

Management will have the right to grant leave and also to request to join back to work from leave in case of any emergencies.

Extension of leave will not be allowed except in extra ordinary case at the discretion of the principal.

Application for extension of leave to be submitted in advance and prior permission.



Students have a responsibility to society in learning the academic theory and clinical skills needed to provide nursing care. The clinical setting presents unique challenges and responsibilities while caring for human beings in a variety of health care environments.

The Code of Academic and Clinical Conduct is based on an understanding that to practice nursing as a student is an agreement to uphold the trust with which society has placed in us. The statements of the Code provide guidance for the nursing student in the personal development of an ethical foundation and need not be limited strictly to the academic or clinical environment but can assist in the holistic development of the person.

Purpose and Scope

Holy Family Institute of Nursing Education is committed to creating a safe and supportive environment which empowers, encourages and promotes the personal and professional development of students.

The Student Code of Conduct establishes the standard of conduct expected of all students of the institution.

All students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner which reflects, and is consistent with the Code of Conduct.

The Code of Conduct details the principles that guide the behaviour and responsibilities of students and the standards of conduct and ethical standards expected of students.


The institution reaffirms its commitment to the provision of education and the promotion of critical reflection, freedom of inquiry, academic excellence, research and a culture of scholarship. The institution expects that students, as members of a community of learning, will conduct themselves in a manner which:

Allows all students freedom to pursue their activities safely, without unreasonable disruption or discrimination with the principles of academic integrity

Ensures that the institution facilities, property and services are used appropriately.

The standards of behaviour for all students set out in this Code are intended to promote an environment of mutual respect between students and staff.

Students should follow the Code of Conduct in their interactions with other students, teaching and non-teaching staff including the patients.


The Institute shall have the jurisdiction over the conduct of the students associated / enrolled with the Institute and to take cognisance of all acts of misconduct including incidents of ragging in and outside the campus.

Institute may also exercise jurisdiction over conduct which shall include:

  • Any violation of the Sexual Harassment Policy of the institute against other students of the Institute.
  • Physical assault, threats of violence, or conduct that threatens the health or safety
  • of person including other students of the Institute.
  • Possession or use of weapons, explosives, or destructive, devices of campus.
  • Manufacture, sale, or distribution of prohibited drugs, alcohol etc.
  • Conduct which has a negative impact or constitutes a nuisance to others.
Statement of Student Rights

Subject to respect for the rights of others, every student enjoys the assurance of the full exercise of their rights. Statements, including, but not limited to the following specific right:

  • The right to protest and to dissent in a peaceable manner and to join with others in other nonviolent form of common action.
  • The right to complain of injustice and to bring grievances to the appropriate person in the institution without fear of retaliation.
  • The right to attend functions and to utilize college facilities subject to prescribe rules.
  • The right to peaceful and quite environment in residential and academic facilities and to an atmosphere conducive to work study.
  • The right to privacy in one's assigned room subject to compliance with the college regulation and to the security of one's own property and property furnishing the common and public space at the college.
  • The right, when participating in any aspect of life of the college or traveling to the respected clinical posting areas, to be free from harassment for reasons of one's race, religion, national origin, ethnic identification, age, political affiliation and / or belief, sexual orientation, gender, identity, gender expression, economic status or physical or mental disability.
Standards for Student Conduct

All students are members of the College community and are responsible for maintaining a safe, harmonious and tolerant environment. In addition, students are expected to:

  • Act in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct
  • Acquaint themselves and comply with college rules, policies and procedures and all course and unit requirements relevant to their enrolment and program of study
  • Ensure personal details (including electronic contact details) are current
  • Read relevant correspondence sent to them by HFINE and respond if required.
Respect & Dignity
  • Treat all other students and staff of the College with respect, dignity, courtesy and sensitivity
  • Act with impartiality, integrity and honesty in all their dealings with other students and with college staff
  • Respect the privacy of other students and staff
  • Maintain a collaborative and cooperative approach
  • Behave in a manner which does not adversely affect the freedom of other members of the HFINE to pursue their studies, duties or activities
  • Comply with directions given by college authority to promote the good order and management of HFINE
Academic Conduct

Ethical conduct, academic integrity and honesty are fundamental to the mission of the College and are qualities expected of graduates. In undertaking their studies, students are expected to:

  • Meet unit and course requirements to the best of their abilities
  • Make genuine attempts to progress successfully in their course by meeting course requirements and deadlines for assessment and by regular attendance and/or engagement with learning activities
  • Undertake academic work in a manner consistent with the principles of academic integrity
  • Conduct themselves in a professional manner while undertaking industrial or clinical placements, field trips or other forms of work integrated learning
Ancient Scripture

As part of ancient scripture practices students are expected to perform their daily prayer, recite National Anthem on events of significance. Also, ancient scriptural reading of the Bible, Bhagavad-Gita, Quran and any other holy books are encouraged.

Dress Code & Grooming Policy

The uniform policy is designed to protect the personal safety of students and patients in the clinical setting and to support the professional image of nursing.

  • Uniform and dress code must be strictly followed in the college campus and in the clinical.
  • Leggings, miniskirts, half pants, short tops, sleeveless and deep necklines will not be allowed.
  • Students are not permitted to wear fancy ear rings, rings, bangles, short chains and anklets during clinical posting.
  • Girls must comb their hair neatly. Nails should be cut short and are not allowed to use nail polish.
  • Wear college uniform in the clinical postings always spotlessly clean and well ironed.
  • All forms of jewellery that causes a distraction or dangerous to the student or other individuals are prohibited. (Pair of earrings only)
  • Nails must be well trimmed and no visible tattoos or nail polish allowed.
  • All students must have their student ID in the clinicals at all times.
  • If students do not abide by the dress code & grooming, the student may be subject to disciplinary consequences.
  • Speaking in English is compulsory in the college campus and in the clinicals.
  • Impoliteness to staff and indecency in words and act will be strictly handled.
  • Any damage caused to the property of the institution must be reported to the principal and the student will have to be compensated for the same.
  • Scribbling on walls/ furniture etc are strictly forbidden.
  • College premises must be kept neat, clean and tidy.
  • Ragging is strictly prohibited. Any student found guilty, shall be dealt appropriately.
  • Students are not allowed to enter the teacher’s cabin without permission or in the absence of any teacher.
  • Students shall be responsible for the safe custody of their belongings.
  • Misconduct from the student’s part in spite of repeated warnings will be called for disciplinary action.
  • Students are expected to bring diary every day to the college and in the clinicals.
  • Students shall not see visitors in the college campus.
  • Use of mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the campus.
  • Students who do not adhere to the rules will not be permitted to attend the classes and clinicals.
  • In serious misconduct parents will be called to meet the principal and the class coordinator and action will be taken accordingly.
  • Successful achievement of course outcomes is facilitated by regular class attendance and Active engagement in the learning process.
  • Should an absence be unavoidable, timely notification of faculty in accordance with syllabus instructions is expected.
  • Tardiness or absence without faculty notification may result in dismissal for the clinical day or other consequences as determined by faculty.
  • Please note: There may be opportunities to make up missed clinical hours and faculty are required to make arrangements for additional clinical hours.
  • Students with 100% attendance throughout the academic year will be awarded during the Graduation ceremony.
Duty Timmings:

College hour: Monday to Saturday 8am to 4pm

Clinical hour: Monday to Saturday: 7.30am to 3.30pm

Office hours: Monday to Saturday: 9am to 5.00pm

Library hours: 8am to 7pm

Health & Safety
  • All the students are entitled for concessions of medical facilities in the parent hospital
  • Comply with all health and safety requirements and instructions given by staff and act in accordance with the Work Health and Safety Policy
  • Report any major illness, pregnancy & medical leave to be reported to immediate supervisor and Principal.
  • Maintain the highest standards of professional ethics relevant to the profession or industry for which they are being trained
Library & Laboratory Facility

Use College Information and Technology (IT) resources and other learning or support facilities provided by HFINE, including library and computer laboratory facilities, in a responsible and appropriate manner that does not prevent or impair other students from pursuing learning opportunities or using learning and teaching resources.

  • Transport facility is available only for the residential students and faculty.
  • Non-residential students are required to secure their own transportation.
  • Non-residential students are strictly advised not to enter the hostel premises.
Academic Dishonesty

Academic dishonesty is a form of misconduct that is subject to disciplinary action under the Student Code of Conduct and includes the following:

  • Plagiarism: Any attempt to pass off other's work as your own. For course specific policies related to plagiarism.
  • Cheating: The intentional use of, or attempted use of, unauthorized materials, information, study aids, or previously prepared solutions in any academic exercise, exam, paper, or other assignment.
  • Collusion: Occurs when two or more students work together to produce individually submitted work without the permission of the faculty member.
  • Fabrication/Fraud: It is the unauthorized falsification or invention of any information, data, or citation in an academic exercise.
  • Bullying: It is a single significant act or a pattern of acts by one or more students directed at another student that exploits an imbalance of power and involves engaging in written or verbal expression, expression through electronic means, or physical conduct that: Has the effect of physically harming a student, damaging a student's property, or placing a student in reasonable fear of harm to the student's person or of damage to the student's property is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive enough that the action or threat creates an intimidating, threatening, or abusive educational environment for a student.
  • Cyberbullying: It is done through the use of any electronic communication device, through the use of a cellular or other type of telephone, a computer, a camera, electronic mail, instant messaging, text messaging, a social media application, an Internet website, or any other Internet-based communication tool.

Furthermore, any attempt to facilitate any act of academic dishonesty on the part of oneself or others shall constitute a violation of this policy.

Student Evaluation
  • Periodic written examination and unit tests will be conducted throughout the year.
  • Marks of evaluation of assignments, planned health teaching, drug study, seminars, projects, OSCE etc. will be added to the internal marks.
  • Continuous periodical evaluation during the clinical area is considered for the internal marks.
  • Minimum pass marks shall be 50% in each of the theory and practical exams added separately for internal examinations.
  • A candidate must have minimum 80% attendance in both theory and practical in each subject to be eligible to appear for the final examinations.
  • A candidate must have 100% attendance in each of the practical areas before the award of degree.
  • Students shall seek prior permission of the principal:
  • To go out of the campus during college hours; gate pass has to be obtained from the principal.
  • To conduct meeting in the college building or in the college premises.
  • To put up posters, banners or boards and to use loudspeakers in the campus
Leave of Absence
  • Students are not permitted to avail long leave of absence during college days
  • If a student needs to avail emergency leave, a leave application should be submitted to the principal by the parents/guardian and student, clearly stating the reason for the leave.
  • If a student is ill, it should be informed to the principal and class co-coordinator.
  • If a student is absent due to any illness, a medical certificate should be submitted along with leave letter signed by the parents.
  • No leave will be sanctioned during the exams unless emergency.
Rules & Regulations of Hostel
  • All students in the hostel shall be under the direct care and supervision of the warden who is responsible to the principal of the college.
  • The students are expected to keep the rooms and the hostel premises clean always.
  • Fans and lights should be put off before leaving the rooms.
  • The warden/Principal/class coordinator may check the rooms and cupboards of the residents at any time without any prior notice.
  • Mobile phones are strictly prohibited in the hostel.
  • Smoking, use of alcohol and other anti-social behaviours are strictly forbidden in the hostel.
  • Ragging in all its forms is banned.
  • Any student found guilty of ragging will be suspended or dismissed at the discretion of the management.
  • By 11 pm all the lights should be put off and everyone should be off to sleep.
Electronics Devices & Technology Resources

For safety purposes, the institution permits non-residential students to possess personal cellular telephones; however, these devices must remain turned off and handed over to the office during the lectures unless they are being used for approved instructional purposes. A student must have approval to possess other telecommunications devices such as netbooks, laptops, tablets, or other portable computers. Students are not permitted to possess or use personal electronic devices such as MP3 players, video or audio recorders, DVD players, cameras, games, readers, or other electronic devices at college, unless prior permission has been obtained. Any noncompliance to the above rules the resources obtained would be handed over to principal's desk for further action.

Students are strictly restricted from displaying photos of the college or the parent hospital on social media unless permission taken.


In the interest of promoting student safety and attempting to ensure that institution is safe and drug free, searches may be conducted from time to time without a warrant.


The entire campus, lecture hall, library and administrative office is under CCTV surveillance. CCTV is used to enhance security, safety and the quality of life of the campus community by integrating the best practices of “virtual policing” with state-ofthe –art technology. The institution follows a three-tier security system and students are expected to ensure discipline and personal safety.


To ensure that College facilities can serve those for whom they are intended, littering, defacing, or damaging institution property is not tolerated. Students will be required to pay for damages they cause and will be subject to criminal proceedings as well as disciplinary consequences in accordance with the Student Code of Conduct.


The Institute has a coherent and an effective anti-ragging policy in place which is based on the 'UGC Regulation on Curbing the Menace of Ragging in Higher Educational Institutions, 2009 [ 'UGC Regulations']'. A student found guilty by the committee will be suspended from classes and academic privileges. Any unfavourable encountered experience is to be reported to Anti Ragging committee as per Supreme Court order.


To render assistance to students, an Anti-Ragging Squad, which is a smaller body, has also been constituted consisting of various members of the campus community. The said squad shall keep a vigil on ragging incidents taking place in the community and undertake patrolling functions. Students may note that the squad is active and alert at all times and are empowered to inspect places of potential ragging and also make surprise raids in hostels and other hotspots in the institute. The squad can also investigate incidents of ragging and make recommendations to the Anti-Ragging Committee and shall work under the guidance of the Anti-Ragging Committee.

Sexual Harassment

Students should note that sexual misconduct or harassment encompasses a range of conduct, including but not limited to sexual assault, unwanted touching or persistent unwelcome comments, e-mails, or pictures of an insulting or degrading sexual nature, which may constitute harassment, which shall depend of the circumstances of each case. In case of any such issues must be reported to the Sexual Harassment Redressal Committee of the institute.

Student Grievance Procedure

Any student of the Institute aggrieved by any acts of sexual harassment, misconduct or ragging as defined and summarised hereinabove can approach the Student Grievance Redressal cell at the Institute. Further, any student who is aware of any violations must report the same to the Cell. Grievance Redressal cell is intended to find solutions to problems like ragging, any kind of physical or mental harassment, complaints regarding classroom teaching, management, completion of syllabus, teaching methods etc.

Counselling Cell

We the faculty of Holy Family Institute of Nursing Education believe that each individual / student has the innate ability to overcome barriers in achieving optimal fulfilment of their potentials. We believe that this ability of self-efficacy can be nurtured in every person. We accept and affirm that every student has the right psychological & counselling support when they need it. Students can avail this facility in case of severe anxiety, excessive stress inability to adapt to current situation. Services Provided:

  • Counselling referrals
  • Walk-in / referral counselling
  • Free psychologist & psychiatric consultation
  • Confidentiality in records; information shared on strict need-to-know basis.
Student Participation in Governance

Student Participation is encouraged and must be strengthened through the involvement of students in all levels. Therefore, all students who are a part of the Institute and who are going to be enrolled in the Institute are advised to uphold the policy and inform the Institute of any violations and assist individually and collectively to improve the quality and effectiveness of this Code and appended policies.

Disciplinary Action

If there is a case against a student for a possible breach of code of conduct, then a committee will be formed to recommend a suitable disciplinary action who shall inquire into the alleged violation and accordingly suggest the action to be taken against the said student. The committee may meet with the student to ascertain the misconduct and suggest one or more of the following disciplinary actions based on the nature of misconduct.

1. Warning

Indicating that the action of the said delinquent student was in violation of the Code and any further acts of misconduct shall result in severe disciplinary action.

2. Restrictions

Reprimanding and restricting access to various facilities on the campus for a specified period of time.

3. Expulsion

Expulsion of a student from the Institute permanently indicating prohibition from entering the institute premises or participating in any student related activities or campus residences etc. is done only in extreme case of violation of code not redeemable by counselling.

4. Suspension

A student may be suspended for a specified period of time which will entail prohibition on participating in student related activities, classes, programs etc. Additionally, the student will be forbidden to use various institute facilities unless permission is obtained from the Competent Authority. Suspension, may also follow by possible dismissal, along with the following additional penalties.

  • Ineligibility to reapply for admission to the institute for a period of three years
  • Withholding the grade or certificate for the courses studied or work carried out.

Grievance committee takes decision on individual basis


If the delinquent student is aggrieved by the imposition of any of the aforementioned penalties, she may appeal to the principal. The principal may decide on one of the following:

  • Accept the recommendation of the committee and impose the punishment as suggested by the Committee.
  • Modify and impose any of the punishments as stipulated in this code which is commensurate with the gravity of the proved misconduct
  • Refer the case back to the committee for reconsideration. In any case the principal’s decision is final and binding in all the cases where there is a possible misconduct by student.
  • Individual undertaking to the effect of following rules & regulation of the college or MUHS shall be taken at the time of Admission.

The nursing program at Holy Family Institute of Nursing Education reserves the right to make changes in the regulations and policies announced in this handbook as circumstances arise. If changes in the handbook are required during the academic year, the student will be given notice of those changes and asked to verify by signature that the required changes were received and understood

Elsamma Mathew (Nursing Tutor)
Elsamma Mathew (Nursing Tutor)
Mr. Adarsh Jadhav (Nursing Tutor)
Mr. Adarsh Jadhav(Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Ankita Masih (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Ankita Masih (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Ann Bansode (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Ann Bansode (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Christine Michael (Professor)
Ms. Christine Michael (Professor)
Ms. Aksa(Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Aksa (Professor)
Ms. Anjali (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Anjali (Professor)
Ms. Dayana Shaji (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Dayana Shaji (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Falguni(Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Falguni(Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Jincy (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Jincy (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Mamta Bansode (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Mamta Bansode(Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Minnu (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Minnu (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Nissy (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Nissy (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Rani Mani (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Rani Mani (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Sayali (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Sayali (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Supriya Pangale (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Supriya Pangale (Nursing Tutor)
Ms. Swati Chavan (Associate Professor)
Ms. Swati Chavan (Associate Professor)
Sr. Asha (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Asha (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Deepa (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Deepa (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Janet (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Janet (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Shanthy (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Shanthy (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sheeba Mathew (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sheeba Mathew (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sheeja (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sheeja (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sheela (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sheela (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sijimol Jacob (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sijimol Jacob (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sumitha (Nursing Tutor)
Sr. Sumitha (Nursing Tutor)