We believe that all people should be treated with respect, dignity, and compassion and that caring relationships are the core of nursing practice.
We believe that the profession of nursing contributes to the health and well-being of individuals, families, organizations, and communities.
We strive to inculcate the spirit of genuine love and true service in the hearts of the students.
We believe that every person is a gift of God and we accept every one as a brother or a sister in need of service, from whatever caste, religion and class they may be.
We believe that enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is a right of all people.
We also believe that the basic course in nursing requires good understanding of scientific principles.
We recognize that nursing education has to be in harmony with the environment that is according to the accepted principles of nursing.
We believe that Nursing is a profession that requires knowledge, skills and attitude based on values to provide holistic health care to individuals, family and community.
We believe research, education, and service are the foundation for professional nursing practice.
We believe that Nursing is an art and science whose goal is to support optimal health of all through partnership with individuals, families, and communities and environments can be structured and enhanced to promote health and well-being.
We believe that high quality education, transforms lives and that students should be prepared to actively participate in a global community.
We believe that an expert faculty with varied areas of expertise is required to carry out the educational mission of the College.
We are committed to preparing our graduates to function in leadership roles and to address the political, social, ethical, economic, and policy issues that affect the design and delivery of health care in the state, the nation, and the world.
We are committed to the development of nursing as an academic discipline through scholarly activities that advance the science of nursing.
The graduate of the program will advocate to promote health, well-being and optimal quality of life through a diverse, multicultural society through practice of nursing in collaboration with other healthcare professionals.
We believe that knowledge development and dissemination are our responsibility and commitment.
“The right future…. The right program… The right distance from home.” The ICON believes these guiding principles form a belief system which is foundational to our Educational program