Preamble of college
College of Nursing, Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals Mumbai stands apart amongst all the Nursing colleges in Maharashtra because of its unique topography, connectivity and persistent leadership in Nursing training and health care for common man over the past one and a half- century.
College of Nursing Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals Mumbai is a premier and pioneer Nursing institution of 119 years of existence. This oldest Nursing institution run by the Government of Maharashtra providing undergraduate Nursing training having health care facilities ranging from specialties to super- specialties along with tertiary care to patients will provide enhanced standards of Nursing education and health care.
College of Nursing having parent Hospital Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals has situated the territory of south and central Mumbai. Mumbai is well connected by Western and Central railway, roadways, and airways and even by sea from all the parts of Maharashtra, India the world.
Because of its better connectivity, people from many parts of the country find Mumbai convenient and also well equipped for treatment. Free and quality treatment across a large number of specialties for people below the poverty line and at a nominal cost to the common man is another important reason of getting an inflow of poor patients from grossly deficient and underdeveloped regions of the state and the country to College of Nursing Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals.
College Of Nursing Sir J J Group Of Hospitals, Mumbai is a very popular college in the state of Maharashtra. College Of Nursing Sir J J Group Of Hospitals, Mumbai was established in 1903. It is one of the leading colleges in Nursing Sciences. It is located in Mumbai, Maharashtra. College Of Nursing Sir J J Group Of Hospitals, Mumbai is a Government institution. Implementing Basic Bsc Nursing course Since 2010 recognised by INC,MNC and affiliated to MUHS Nashik The J. J. Hospital Campus.
The Nursing College is situated in Byculla on the campus of Sir J. J. Hospital. The hospital has 2844 beds and caters to an annual load of 1,200,000 out-patients and 80,000 in-patients, from all parts of Maharashtra and central India. The campus is the largest of any Nursing colleges in Mumbai. It is spread out over 44 acres (180,000 m 2 ) in the Byculla area of South Mumbai. The campus is notable for its greenery and open spaces in an otherwise congested part of the city. With gradual additions and expansions since its initial foundation, the campus has a mix of buildings depicting both modern Indian and Colonial architecture. As the campus expanded it incorporated hospitals that were originally independent before being absorbed into J.J. Hospital and thus retain some of their older names, notably: C.J. Ophthalmic Hospital, B.J. Hospital for children and the David Sasoon Hospital. The campus has a total of 45 wards, 5 hostels and 7 canteens. It also provides residential facilities to its teaching faculty, resident doctors, medical students, nurses and other hospital workers. The anatomy hall of Grant Medical College was featured in the movie Munnabhai M.B.B.S. as central lecture hall in the fictional medical school attended by the lead character. In addition to the main campus situated at Byculla, it also has a sea facing gymkhana at marine drive in south Mumbai. Recently The JJ hospital campus also includes the Richardson Cruddas building next to it for research purposes.