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Welcome to VKNRL School of Nursing

Bio Sciences

  • Anatomy & Physiology.
  • Microbiology

Behavioral Sciences

  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Nursing Foundations

  • Fundamentals of Nursing.
  • First aid

Clinical Hours/ weeks

Clinical Areas

01

Medical Surgical Nursing

288 (6wks)
02

Community Health Nursing

288 (6 wks)
03

Child Health Nursing

96 (2wks)
04

Mental Health Nursing

96 (2wks)
05

Midwifery and Gynecological Nursing

384 (8wks)
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About The Course

Nursing education is the professional education for the preparation of nurses to enable them to render professional nursing care to people of all ages, in all phases of health and illness, in a variety of settings. As students develop their education and understanding of general health care over the years they can move on to more specified areas of health care such as pharmacology, child care, orthopedics, nutrition, emergency nursing, intensive care and midwifery among other health care
fields. GNM may work in a variety of health care settings within both the public and private health care sectors and may operate in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices, the arm forces, community centers, health care facilities and college universities among other health care settings.

FIRST YEAR


THIRD YEAR Part- I


SECOND YEAR


THIRD YEAR Part- II (Integrated supervised Internship)


Events

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Capping & Oath Taking Ceremony

VKNRL School of Nursing organized “Capping and Oath taking Ceremony” of 1st batch of GNM students on 03/04/2018. Mrs Catherine Kujur, Faculty, VKNRL School of Nursing hosted the programme. On the occasion members present on the dais were Prof. Kabul Ch. Saikia, Medical Director, Vivekananda Kendra NRL Hospital & Member Governing Body as a Chief Guest, Dr. Sovarani Sharma Borkotoky, Chairperson LMC as a Guest of Honour, Mr. Indraneel Mitra, CGM (Finance) NRL, Mr. Nikunja Borthakur, CGM(Technical) NRL and Ms. Nani Daflary, Principal, VKNRL School of Nursing respectively. To grace the occasion officers from NRL, Vivekananda Kendra Adhikaris and Guardians of the students were also present. The programme was initiated with welcome address by Principal, VKNRL School of Nursing, followed by lamp lighting and Mangalacharanam presented by the faculties of VKNRL School of Nursing.
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Observation of Sadhana Diwas

Sadhana Divas was observed on 20th Nov 2017, at VKNRL School of Nursing, Numaligarh with two special invitees from VKNRL Hospital- Dr. R.k Mahanta, Medical Superintendent VKNRL Hospital, Mrs. Jugamaya Konwar Saikia, Matron VKNRL Hospital. Other members. Mrs. Nani Daflary, Principal VKNRL School of Nursing, Faculty VKNRL School of Nursing, Guest Faculty, Non-Teaching Staff and students were present in the program.

World AIDS Day

KNOW YOUR STATUS

VKNRL School of Nursing celebrated World AIDS day on 1st December 2018.
The program started with rally from school campus to Sapta Swahid Mini PHC, Ponka,  by students, faculty and staff of the school which was  followed by a street play at Telgaram. Leaflets and pamplets regarding prevention of AIDS were also distributed among the people .The main objective was to create awareness and remove stigma against HIV and AIDS  among the public.
The 2nd phase of the program was Lecture Session. The Session started with Tin Omkar Mangalacharanam followed by felicitation of the guest. The dignified guest  were Dr. Ratul Baruah, Incharge, Ponka Mini PHC, Mr Hemanta Saikia, President Morongi Press Club,  Mr. Priyangdeep Kakoti, Secretary Morongi Press Club. Each of the guests spoke on the theme of World AIDS day 2018 and significance of creating awareness about HIV and AIDS.
The resource person of the session Dr Chakra Dhar Barman SDM&HO, School Health, Golaghat and Dr. Panchanan Khakhlary explained about the main aspects of HIV and AIDS. The legal, ethical and psychosocial issues of patient living with HIV was focused by Ms Namita Chetri, Principal Incharge VKNRL School of Nursing.
It was very much effective for the students and  staff of VKNRL School of Nursing as well as the public.
The programme ended with Vote of Thanks by Ms. Namita Chetri, Principal I/C, VKNRL School of Nursing.
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