The Institution began as a school of Nursing in 1993 with Basic Nursing Programme, and later upgraded to College of Nursing in 2012 through legislature.
The College has been graduating Nurses working within and outside the State and the Country at large. While the School of Midwifery was established in 2015, with Basic Midwifery Courses with an initial intake of 40 students.
To be a lead Nursing Institution that provides polyvalent Nurses through sound and scientific Nursing Education that meet contemporary Health Care challenges.
An Established Midwifery training Institution that will serve as an instrument for providing holistic Midwifery services
To produce competent and dynamic Nurses through innovative facilitation and modern technology.
To produce competent Midwives capable of utilizing current trends in Midwifery and Community base service.