New Mangala College of Nursing under the management of Mangala Charitable Trust® Mangaluru is situated at Vidyanagar, Post Pedamale, Neermarga, Mangaluru – 575029, a place well connected by bus routes to all destinations.

The College is located in Mangaluru, a beautiful city of southern Coastal Karnataka.

New Mangala College of Nursing was started in 2012. The college has been approved by the Government of Karnataka, Recognized by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi and affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. The college is having its own parent hospital, Mangala Hospital & Mangala Kidney Foundation where the students gain good clinical experience.


Mangala Charitable Trust® established for the purpose of alleviating human sufferings, eradication of illiteracy, poverty, imparting Vedic and modern education with an opportunity for welfare & research programme, of which Mangala College of Nursing is a unit.

We uphold and instill respect for life & human dignity of a person from conception to death. The faculty of the school believes in providing nursing education based and built on scientific principles, sound educational theory and practice in order to prepare professionally qualified nurses, who will be able to function as the team member in all health care agencies in the role of a practicing nurse. With this experience one can rapidly move to leadership position in nursing education, nursing service & administration.

The faculty of Mangala College of Nursing believes that school of nursing is a formal educational programme which should provide a broad and sound foundation with specific competency. Nursing is a profession that is to be practised and propagated irrespective of caste, religion or sex. We also recognize the necessity of developing deep pride for the nursing profession amongst the students to enable further professional growth.


  • To provide quality nursing education to the young aspirants.
  • To develop various nursing skills in order to prepare proficient nurses.
  • To inculcate research-mindedness among students.
  • To impart health information to the society as an act of societal responsibility.
  • To promote all round development of the student.
  • To tap the hidden potentials and to provide a right platform to develop further.

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