International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A (2017)
A study to assess the knowledge regarding INC norms for college among faculties in Narayana College of nursing at Nellore
K Padma, Mariya Joy and Dr. Indira S
The Indian nursing council is a national regulatory body for nurses and nursing education in India. It is an autonomous body under the government under the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947 of parliament.
Objective: To assess the level of knowledge on INC norms among faculties in Narayana college of Nursing, Nellore.
Materials and Methods: Descriptive cross sectional design and convenient sampling technique was followed which included 35 samples were used. Data was collected using structured questionnaire. Data analysis was done with SPSS.
Results: shows that with regard to INC norms among 35 Nursing faculties, 5 (14.3%) had A+ grade, 11 (31.4%) had A grade, 5 (14.3%) had B+ grade, 8 (22.9%) had B grade, 2 (5.7%) had C grade and 4 (11.4%) had D grade knowledge. Conclusions: The study concluded that, among 35 nursing faculty 11 (31.4%) had a grade knowledge on INC norms.