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SBL is an unconventional teaching method that encourages skills, increases team skill, and increases team coordination in a safe environment with no possible harm to the person. This permits practice without danger to the patient subsequently limiting odds of clinical mistake. The sole objective of this study is to determine the attitude of nursing faculty towards simulation based learning. A cross sectional descriptive study design was opted with purposive sampling technique was used to select 100 samples. Semi structured questionnaire was used. The results showed that Nursing Faculty attitudes was generally positive towards simulation. Majority of them showed good understanding and positive attitude toward simulation. Variable gender, sector and in service education seems to be associated with the attitude of nursing faculty towards Simulation based training. It has been concluded and recommended that the Simulation based training is likely to develop with the course of time in medicine therefore policy need to frame to ensure its implementation.