SNA (Student Nurses Association)
SNA works to provide opportunity for personal, intellectual, professional and social growth of its members. All students within the nursing curriculum are eligible for membership. Unit meetings are conducted periodically and whenever necessary. Important days of the year is celebrated in different creative ways especially onam, teacher’s day, Christmas and conducts college sports day, arts day every year with interclass competitions. Prizes are distributed to the individual winner and to overall champions.
- Ms. Anajo Jose, Assistant Professor
- Ms. Pinky Jose, Senior Lecturer
SNA Executive Members
|Vice President||Ms. Sreelakshmi H, 4th year Student|
|Secretary||Ms. Maria Subash, 3rd year Student|
|SNA Programme Chairperson||Ms. Archana S Nair, 3rd year Student
Ms. Aparna Sibi, 2nd year Student
|SNA Sports Secretary||Mr. Nikhil Reji, 4th year Student
Ms. Jeenamol Thomas, 3rd year Student
|Treasurer||Ms. Josna Joseph, 3rd year Student
Ms. Anju Antony, 2nd year Student
SNA Class Executives
|IVth Year BSc (N)||Ms. Josna Thomas, Ms. Ashna A|
|IIIrd Year BSc(N)||Ms. Binsiya S, Ms. Jismy Sunny|
|IInd Year BSc(N)||Ms. Ann Mary Biju Lukose, Ms. Nimmy Mathew|
|Ist Year BSc(N)||Ms. Abhitha Balakrishnan, Mr. Albin Benny|
Community health nursing is the synthesis of nursing and public health practice applied to promote and protect the health of population. It combines all the basic elements of professional, clinical nursing with public health and community practice.
Obstetrics and Gynecology are medical specialties that focus on two different aspects of the female reproductive system. The department appreciates the concept and principles of obstetrical & Gynecological nursing and helps students to acquire Knowledge, develop attitude and skills in rendering nursing care to normal and high risk pregnant women, and gynecological patients in hospital and community settings.
Medical surgical nursing is a nursing specialty area concerned with the care of adult patients in a broad range of settings .The department provides students centered teaching and learning in conductive atmosphere for hands-on experience that helps the students to gain confidence in their nursing knowledge, skills and attitudinal practice.
Child health nursing is the art and science of giving nursing care to children from birth through adolescent with emphasis on the physical growth, mental emotional and psycho-social development.
Mental health nursing or psychiatric nursing is the specialized area of nursing practice which focus on promotion of mental health and prevention of mental illness for all, irrespective of age, sex, caste, creed and religion .
Nursing and statistics are included in the IIIrd year BSc (N) programme. It is designed to enable students to develop an understanding of basic concepts of research ,research process, and statistics, It is further structured to conduct/ participate in need based research studies in various settings and utilize the research findings to provide quality nursing care. The hors for practical will be utilized for conducting individual /group research project.
Nursing education is included in the IVth year BSc (N) programme. It is designed to help the students to develop an understanding of the principles and methods of teaching and to equip the students with the beginning skills in teaching in clinical, community health and educational settings.