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Niger State College of Nursing Sciences
Our Students, our Pride
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Niger State College of Nursing Sciences
Our Students, our Pride
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The School of Nursing Bida one of the schools that formed Niger State College of Nursing Sciences. The school was established in 1976 before the creation of Niger state from defunct North Western State. In 1978, a provisional approval was granted to the school to commence the post Basic Nursing Programme. From its inception to date, the school has trained over 4157 qualified general and post basic Nurses.

The pioneer principal of the school was the Late Alh. Jimada Gana (JG) Muhammad Muye, who was assisted then by three nurse tutors including Mr. Philip Ndatsu, (former Secretary General of Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria) three clinical instructors and some guest lecturers from General Hospital Bida.


To prepare professionally competent polyvalent nurse practitioners who will use problem solving skills in providing safe, acceptable, effective and affordable health services to meet the health needs of individuals, families and community at all level of health care.

Our Mission

The mission of school of Nursing Bida is to provide evidenced- based nursing education that will advance the health of individuals at community, national and international levels with a focus on equity.

Our Vision
School of Nursing Bida will be a top ranked institution recognised for excellence in nursing education and practice.


At the end of the General Nursing Educational Programme, the student will be able to:

Apply the knowledge of biological, behavioural and Nursing Sciences in assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating Nursing care.

Function independently and in collaboration with other members f health team and related sectors in planning, delivering, and evaluating health care.

Utilize the Nursing process in providing comprehensive Nursing care to individuals and families in the community.

Apply the principles of primary health care in providing comprehensive, continuous and personalised care in homes, schools and health care institutions.

Update Knowledge and maintain professional growth through participation in continuous education programmes.

Contribute to research by assisting in conducting and participating in project and implementing findings geared towards improving health care services and nursing Education.

Develop the capabilities of competent Nurse practitioners to effectively provide family planning services in homes/Hospitals and communities.

Director School of Nursing Bida

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Fatima Musa Ndanusa
Married with Four(4) Children Served the state in various capacities ranging from deputy provost academic in 2009 to 20012; worked with Niger State Ministry of Health from 16th June 2015 to 7th February 2016; Served in college of Nursing Sciences (School of Nursing Bida) as the overseeing provost of the School from 8th February 2016 to 23rd July 2017 and was appointed as the substantial Provost Niger State School of Nursing Bida from 24 July 2017 to 20th October 2019. After the unification of the college management Board, She became the Director of the School of Nursing Bida from 21sth October 2019 to date.
Fatima Had her Secondary Education at government Girls College Obangede In Kogi State in 1983, qualified as Registered Nurse (RN) at school of Nursing Bida Niger State in 1988, proceeded for Niger State Post Basic School of Midwifery Minna then qualified as Registered Nurse/ Registered Midwife (RN/RM) in 1990. Later proceeded to Kaduna Polytechnic and qualified as Registered Midwife Tutor (RMT) in 1997. Went for her First Degree program at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria for Bachelor of Nursing Sciences (BNSc) in 2004 to 2009. Further went to Bayaro University kano for Master's in Reproductive's Health from 2012 to 2014. She is a Fellow of West African College of Nursing (FWACN) And also Member of Niger State Nurses Endwell Board of Trustee(B.O.T) from 2017 to 2019.