About Maruti Institute of Nursing



A nurse is a healthcare professional who, in collaboration with other members of a health care team, is responsible for health promotion, maintenance, treatment, safety, and recovery of chronically ill individuals, families or communities. Both nursing roles and education were first defined by Florence nightingale, her experiences caring for the wounded in the Crimean war.

Nightingale’s concepts were used as a guide for establishing nursing schools at the beginning of the twentieth century, which were mostly hospital-based training programs emphasizing the development.



Nursing is a profession focused on helping the community in achieving & maintaining optimal health. Bhopal education foundation, firmly believes in transforming the students into professional nurses with deep sense of responsibility , dedication, sincerity for the cause of humanity.

It aims at development of the health care profession with high levels of standards in tune with modern medical science and reaching the aspiration of the community.



To upgrade socio-economic conditions of females to make them self-reliant. To provide the best possible quality nursing care in clinical and community health.



Maruti institute of nursing , at Itarsi , are run by Bhopal education foundation, Bhopal registered under section 25 of companies act 1956 at Madhya Pradesh. At present we have seven nursing institutes at Chhattisgarh. Each campus is upto-date well equipped with audio-visual class rooms, laboratories, auditorium, library, staff room with well qualified experienced teaching & non-teaching fraternity.

The colleges are recognized by Indian nursing council, new delhi and Madhya Pradesh nurses registration council, Bhopal and affiliated with barkatullah university, Bhopal m.p. further affiliations include govt. district hospital nursing home and multi speciality hospitals in Madhya Pradesh for clinical training of the students for rural and urban community training it is affiliated with CHC and PHC. We also do have well furnished separate hostels for girls and boys with all amenities and transportation facility.



To the spirit of miss. Florence nightingale the patron saint of all nurses. She was born in may 12, 1820 at Florence, Italy and died on aug 13, 1910 at London, England. Miss. Florence, pioneer of modern nursing, lady with the lamp for nursing let us watch her step and obey all rules and regulations being a nurse.

" the most important practical lesion that can be given to nurses is to teach them what to observe"