"We believe that learning should be
mutually rewarding and enjoyable"

KMCCON Overview

The Kauvery Medical Trust was established in 2008 with an aim to enable the youth. The trust devotedly works towards uplifting underprivileged individuals, groups and communities without any distinction. KMC Institute of Paramedical Sciences was established in the year 2010 to provide quality nursing education and create a top-notch nursing resource pool.

The institute aims to prepare globally competent nurses and paramedical assistants. The institute offers methodical and thorough training to the students to help them become pioneers in the field of nursing. We believe that learning should be mutually rewarding and enjoyable. The teachers are open-minded, accessible and supportive of every student’s goals and aspirations.

Students at KMC Institute of Paramedical Sciences learn and dedicatedly work towards patient comfort and safety while acting as the ambassadors of care and compassion. The students work as a team towards achieving the desired patient outcomes. They also liaison between the nurse and the attending physician. We believe that healing happens when there is warm care and homely comfort present for the patient.

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Our Core Values

We make every effort to provide holistic care and healing through our core values.

  • Professionalism
  • Optimal innovation
  • Empathetic care
  • Teamwork
  • Integrity
  • Continual learning
  • Service

Our Vision


To be a world-class institution that promotes value-based nursing education for professional excellence.

Our Mission


To develop compassionate and ethically sound individuals who will go out as leaders of health teams and communities through education and training.

Our Objectives

Our values combined with our community engagement initiatives make us a natural hub for diverse health issues.


Quality nursing education

The college of nursing aims to develop a graduate-level nurse who is qualified to cope with advancements in the field of medical science and technology.


Create leaders

Use effective communication and leadership skills in interprofessional teams to promote positive change in the healthcare of women, newborn, and families.


Need-based research

Conduct need-based research in various settings and utilize its findings to improve the quality of care.


Effective participation

Facilitate effective participation as members of a team in the healthcare delivery system.


High-quality care

Provide high-quality and culturally sensitive care to address the health needs of the community.