HARSHA INSTITUTUIONS Those who are with a carrier mind this is an opportunity to enter this noble professions. It is unique because, there is an element of service to the humanity coupled with achievement and orientation to a noble profession. Sri Srinivasa Charitable Trust (R) has successively GNM,BSc( Nursing) P.B.Bsc Nursing,M.sc Nursing and also Bachelor of physiotherapy,Medical, Para-Medical courses. i.e., Radiology , Medical Laboratory Technology and Post Basic Emergency Disaster Nursing Course which are Affiliated to Indian Nursing Council, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka Nursing Council, KSDNEB, Bangalore..Also it is proud to mention that even pre-university courses has been established under same Trust. It believes in training professionals from not only India but all over the world to meet the great challenges of the field of Nursing. Professional Nursing is a carrier and noble services to the people. Nursing as a profession advanced along with other health professions so we are assuring a comprehensive health care program and the Institution prepares our students to develop the ability to analyze the situation, problems and critical evaluation to take responsibilities for maximum professional achievements throughout their carrier. Harsha School and College of Nursing believes in systematic educational process to meet the challenges of nursing carrier globally and also meet the needs of modern society in total.
Bangalore is popularly known as “garden city “of India because of its climate, greenery & hygienic conditions. It is one of the fastest developing cities in Asia having enormous achievement in the field of education. Bangalore has become one of the best educational hub since there is ideal condition for basic as well as higher studies.
Cubbon Park: This sprawiling aesthetically laid out park is across the Vidhana Soudha and covers an area of 300 acres. Conceived by Lord Cubbon in 1864, in is an oasis of tranquillity amidst the hustle and bustle of the Cosmo polis. The red gothic structure of the city's High Court against the back drop of the dream of the Cubbon Park is the riot of colours. Beside the building, the public library with its attractive rose garden, the Jawahar Bal Bhavan with its bumper attractions for the children are also located in the park. The Bal Bhavan is closed on Mondays and 2nd every Tuesdays.
The Lalbagh: This famous botanical garden was laid out by Hyder Ali and developed by his son Tipu Sultan. One of the towers set up by Kempegowda can be seen on a hillock here. Huge old trees with their canopy of green foliage and rare species of plants vie for attention along with the flaming red of the Gulmaohar trees. The Glass House where flower shows are held twice a year is also impressive. Lal Bagh has an attractive floral clock also.
Bull Temple: Kempegowda the founder of the city is credited with the construction of this temple which has a mammoth bull carved out of a single rock. It is an example of the Dravidian style of architecture. Tipu's Palace : Built in 1791 A.D., as a summer palace by Tipu Sultan, it has an attractive wooden interior.
Ulsoor Lake: The tranquil Ulsoor lake dotted with picturesque little islets is situated in the Cantonment area. It has facilities for boating. Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Iskcon Temple, Musical Fountain, Planetarium.
Around Bangalore: Bannerghatta National Park, Nandi Hill, Hesaraghatta, Nrityagram, Shivaganga, Devarayanadurga, Ramanagaram.
Janapada Loka: Is about 53 kms from Bangalore, near Ramanagaram. A subsidiary of the Karnataka Janapada Parishath, is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of folk culture, sprawling across 15 acres, the complex has an art gallery, and open-air theatre, a studio and a museum. Channapatna: 60 kms south-west, this town is famous for its lacquerware and hand-crafted wooden toys. It is also a silk centre
Dodda Alada Mara (Banyan Tree): 28 kms from Bangalore, the tree is spread over 3 acres and is 400 years old. The tree is also the largest in Karnataka. Savandurga: 61 kms from Bangalore near Magadi is yet another spot enjoyed by the trekkers.
Mekedatu: 98 kms south, is a beautiful picnic spot where the river Cauvery squeezes through a narrow gorge.
Muthyalamaduvu (Pearl Valley): 40 kms away is known for its verdant surroundings and beautiful water falls. This is a favourite picnic spot.