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About – Department of Management

"I attribute my success to this;
I never gave nor took any excuse." – Florence Nightingale

The department of Nursing started with the guiding philosophy of collaboration, social responsibility, integrity, respect, accountability, diversity, and excellence.

Becoming a nurse is one of the most selfless acts a person can undertake. In society of so many different races, cultures, customs, and beliefs, nurses are a universal gift to all, and the dedicated work that they do and kindness they deliver on a daily basis should serve as a reminder of the fundamental humanity inside us all.

Nurses lead very demanding lives. Working with doctors, healing patients and educating the communities are just a few of the responsibilities nurses perform on a daily basis.

In fact we can say that nurses are the backbone of our healthcare care system, providing us with the attention and medical care that we need to live health long-lasting lives.

Sometimes being a nurse can be exhausting at times, but the knowledge and power to help heal others is what keeps them going in challenging times.

And while nurses are strong spirited, positive and focused even they need a little pick individual up every once in a while.

There are also a number of fields outside of conventional nursing such as providing legal counsel to lawyers and the court on subjects that require medical knowledge and expertise, performing forensic work to determine potential causes of death and abuse, assisting with advocacy and policy reform and operating in the education sector among a number of other nursing paths

The wide variety of careers path available to those who interested in becoming a nurse or supporting the field of nursing means that there are a wide variety of available jobs that can support a wide variety of interests and personality types.

The high demand for well trained nurses also provides a certain level of job security and benefits and tends to draw in a respectable income for those who work in the field based on their location, abilities and expertise.

While the field of nursing is quite diverse and complex all career paths follow a similar purpose to improve the healthcare of the individuals within the society it operates and provide those within a given society with a better quality of life.



Vision

The Rabindranath Tagore University, Institute of Nursing strives for outstanding educational outcomes effulgence by graduates who will be recognized for eminence, hegemony, and lenient care in clinical as well as academic fulfillment.



Mission

The Institute of Nursing edifies and emboldens students to become exorbitant restorers who exhibit truthfulness, nascency, concern, accountability and nobility.



Philosophy

The guiding philosophy of the Rabindranath Tagore University, Institute of Nursing for Nursing Program is based on the Institute of Nursing values: collaboration, social responsibility, integrity, respect, accountability, diversity, and excellence.

  • Society is comprised of individuals from diverse backgrounds. The Institute of Nursing contributes to society by preparing graduates who advocate for health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment of acute and chronic illness in a global health care environment. Understanding and advocating for the needs of individuals, their families, and the community are essential in promoting active participation in self-care management.
  • Health is a dynamic state of healing; one of optimal physiological, psychological, sociological and spiritual well-being. An individual’s personal definition of health is influenced by age, gender, cultural factors, and experience. An individual’s participation in self-care and health promotion behaviors is affected by his/her personal definition of health.
  • Nursing is an art and a science with a unique body of intelligence and mastership. Caring is the foundation for all nurse- patient relationships. Nurses are responsible for promoting and maintaining a safe environment while embracing relationship-based care.
  • Learning is a dynamic life-long process proceeding from simple to complex allowing individuals to develop their human potential. We believe that correlation of classroom theory with clinical experience is essential. Educational activities in a student-centered environment encourage collaboration among students, faculty, and other health care professionals.
  • Nursing Education prepares the student to meet health care needs using the nursing process, applying critical thinking, evidence-based nursing, and clinical reasoning. Innovation provides the framework for educating students to become caring professional nurses exhibiting integrity, clinical competence, effective communication, advocacy, and ethical behavior. We strive for excellence in nursing education and prepare our graduates to be nursing leaders of tomorrow.
  • Collaboration : Care of human being occurs within a health care system that provides for consultation, collaborative management, and conferrable between nurse and other health care providers. This care enhances continuity in the best interests of the individual and their families.
  • Integrity : Nurse respect their own self-worth, veneration, and professional integrity. They provide an environment that promotes privacy and safety for individual and their families, and protects them from deleterious and unethical practices.
  • Respect : Nurse respects the individuality, dignity, and basic human rights of all persons. They support the self-determination of individual and their families through a camaraderie and empowerment. Nurses recognize the normalcy of individual’s life cycle events, including priority needs according to their age which will help them for their physical, mental social and spiritual restoration. A central goal of care is to promote, maintain, and restore the well-being and health of individual, families, and communities.
  • Accountability : Nurse maintains a commitment to professionalism through reflective and systematic evaluation of practice and ongoing professional growth.
  • Diversity : Nurse approaches the care of individual and their families from a position of cultural humility and inquiry and provides care without discrimination or prejudice.
  • Excellence : Nurse applies the scientific evidence from nursing science and related sciences to the care of individual and their families. Nurse educated at the graduate level are prepared to safely and competently practice the International Nurses Council’s core competencies. Doctoral level practitioners are further prepared with skills in leadership, practice inquiry, and evaluation.
  • Faculties are committed to nursing education. Their role is to facilitate learning in a student centered culture of caring, trust, and openness, while responding to different learning styles and developmental levels. Faculty serves as role models to promote professional socialization and lifelong learning. They demonstrate leadership and service in a variety of professional and community roles.


Objectives
  • Provide professional training to deserving eligible students for better job opportunities within and outside the country.
  • Assess the health status, identify nursing needs, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care for patients contributing to the health of the individuals, families and communities.
  • Demonstrate competency in rendering quality health care.
  • Participate as members of health team in the preventive, promotive and restorative and rehabilitative health care delivery system of the country.
  • Demonstrate leadership quality and decision making abilities in various situations.
  • Develop basic skills in nursing research.
  • Utilize resources for continued learning for their personal and professional development.
  • Contribute efficiently as responsible citizen and practice ethical values in their personal and professional life.


Purpose
  • Institute of Nursing serves students, the nursing profession, health care organizations, and clients receiving care, and the increasing needs of society for qualified nurses by offering programs for students who seek careers in nursing and other medical fields.
  • Institute of Nursing devotes its resources to maintaining quality nursing programs in an environment that focuses on clinical competence across all scopes of practice, and that help develop the technical and thinking skills needed to foster successful careers and a lifetime of continued professional learning.
  • The programs build on foundations of basic education common for nursing education, and all programs meet or exceed highest standards for nursing education programs in India.
  • The nursing programs explore a differentiated practice model that teaches students to maximize their own role development, to seek the opportunity to learn and collaborate effectively with other nurses of differing educational preparations.
  • The programs integrate holistic health care values with traditional health care values so students can explore the understanding of “whole body wellness” during client care.
  • Programs are offered to adult students from the economically and ethnically diverse regional community served.


Value

R           Respect & Responsible   
N           Nurturing the knowledge and evidence-based practice
T           Team work for collaborative and diverse learning environments
U           Unique and Understand
I            Innovative contributions to healthcare
O           Open and respectful relationships
N           Nursing leadership and recognition


Faculty


Faculties are base pillar for student’s holistic reinforcement. Institute of Nursing faculties are holding good knowledge in their field as well as they are implementing good communication skills, good listener, kindness, and also creating friendly atmosphere within campus.


List of Faculties

Sr. No.

Faculty

Qualification

Designation

1

Dr. C. P. Mishra

MD

Dean

2

Mr. M. S. Deep

GNM & OT Tech, PBBSc., M. Sc. (Child Health Nursing)

HoD, Professor

3

Ms. A. Gyana Shyla

M.Sc. (Community Health Nursing)

Clinical Instructor

4

Mr. Satish Gujare

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor

5

Ms. Priyanka Pathak

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor

6

Ms. Nikki Pandey

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor

7

Ms. Pooja Nagwanshi

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor

8

Ms. Neha Thakur

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor

9

Ms. Radhana Gupta

Basic B. Sc. Nursing

Nursing Tutor




Board of Studies
Internal Members
Sr. No. Name Designation Total Experience
1 Dr. C. P. Mishra Dean 23 years
2 Mr. M. S. Deep Chairman & HoD 19 years
3 Ms. A. Gyana Shyla Clinical Instructor 06 years
4 Mr. Satish Gujare Nursing Tutor 06 years
5 Ms. Priyanka Pathak Nursing Tutor 06 years
6 Ms. Nikki Pandey Nursing Tutor 03 years
7 Ms. Pooja Nagwanshi Nursing Tutor 03 years
8 Ms. Neha Thakur Nursing Tutor 03 years
9 Ms. Radhana Gupta Nursing Tutor 03 years
External Members
Sr. No. Name Designation Total Experience
1 Ms. Manisha Gupta Associate Professor 12 years



Programme Offered
Department Programme Level Degree Duration Eligibility Criteria
Nursing Undergraduate Courses B. Sc. Nursing 4 years
  1. The minimum age for admission shall be 17 years on or before 31st Dec. of the year of admission.
  2. Minimum educational :
    1. A candidate should have passed in the subjects of PCB and English individually and must have obtained a minimum of 45% marks taken together in PCB at the qualifying examination (10+2)
    2. Candidates are also eligible from State Open School recognized by State Government and National Institute of Open School recognized by Central Government having science subjects and English only.
    3. A candidate belonging SC/St or other backward classes, the marks obtain in PCB taken together in qualifying examination be 40% instead of 45% as stated above.
    4. English is compulsory subject in 10+2 for being eligible for admission to B. Sc. (N)
  3. Candidate shall be admitted once in a year.
  4. Candidate shall be medically fit.
  5. Reservation Policy :
    1. For disabled candidates:3% Disability reservation to be considered with a disability of locomotors to the tune of 40% to 50% of the lower extremity and other eligibility criteria with regard to age and qualification will be same as prescribed for each nursing programme.
    2. 5% of total marks are relaxed for SC/ST candidates.
    3. Any other reservation as per the State Govt.
General Nursing & Midwifery Undergraduate Courses General Nursing & Midwifery 03 years
  1. Minimum and Maximum age for admission will be 17 and 35 years. There is no age bar for ANM/LHV
  2. Minimum education :
    1. 10+2 class passed preferably Science (PCB) & English with aggregate of 40% marks.
    2. 10+2 in Arts (Mathematics, Biotechnology, Economics, Political Science, History, Geography, Business Studies, Accountancy, Home Science, Sociology, Psychology, and Philosophy) and English Core/English Elective or Health care Science - Vocational stream ONLY, passing out from recognized Board under AISSCE/CBSE/ICSE/SSCE/HSCE or other equivalent Board with 40% marks.
    3. 10+2 vocational ANM under CBSE Board or other equivalent board with 40% marks.
    4. Registered as ANM with State Nursing Registration Council.
  3. Student shall be medically fit.
  4. Students qualified in 10+2 Arts or Science examination or Health care Science - Vocational stream ONLY conducted by National Institute of Open School with 40% marks.
  5. Student shall be admitted once in a year.
The Future of Nursing
  • The field of nursing is quite complex and diverse, however every field of nursing whether small or large focuses on improving the lives and healthcare of the individuals it serves in order to create a healthier society and provide individuals with a better quality of life.
  • Those who work in the nursing field have the ability to choose a field of specialty that is particularly important to them and matches their interests.
  • Salaries can range in India starting from 10,000 Rs. And foreign country from $30,000 per year to over $200,000 per year.
  • As a whole the field of nursing looks extremely promising for those interested in strong career opportunities, job stability, income potential, healthcare benefits and personal interests. All over the world growing demand for talented nurses is likely to continue for many years to come.



Careers Specialties
  • In the registered nursing industry there is a wide variety of career opportunities for potential and existing nurses to choose from. In fact there are currently well over 75 different careers paths to pick from in the nursing profession and the number of choices available to new and experienced nurses continues to grow year after year.
  • With the right education and training you can find a career path that fits your interests. Whether you want to work in the emergency room assisting critical care patients, travel the world as a travel nurse, provide geriatric care to elderly patients, work in a research lab, provide legal advice or work as a forensic nurse specialists the possibilities are endless.
  • While nursing may appear to offer a small number of opportunities when you first start out you’ll quickly realize the massive potential for finding a field that matches your personality and fulfills your desires. 
  • Below is a list containing many of the different career paths available to those who have a strong desire to succeed in the nursing field : -
  • Acute Care Nurse
  • AIDS Care Nurse
  • Administrative Nurse
  • Ambulatory Care Nurse
  • Campus Nurse
  • Cardiac Cath. Lab Nurse
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation Nurse
  • Case Management Nurse
  • Certified Nurse Midwifery
  • Clinical Nurse Leader
  • Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • Community Nurse
  • Correctional Facility Nurse
  • Dermatology Nurse
  • Developmental Disability Nurse
  • Diabetes Nurse
  • Domestic Violence Nurse
  • Enterostomal Therapy Nurse
  • Family Nurse
  • Flight Nurse
  • Gastroenterology/Endoscopy Nurse
  • Genetics Nurse
  • Geriatric Care Nurse
  • Gynecology Nurse
  • Head Nurse
  • Health Policy Nurse
  • Hematology Nurse
  • Holistic Nurse
  • Home Health Care Nurse
  • Hospice Nurse
  • Nephrology Nurse
  • Neuroscience Nurse
  • Nurse Advocate
  • Nurse Anesthesiologist
  • Nurse Attorney
  • Nurse Author, Writer, Historian
  • Nurse Educator
  • Nurse Entrepreneur
  • Nurse Executive
  • Nephrology Nurse
  • Neuroscience Nurse
  • Nurse Advocate
  • Nurse Anesthesiologist
  • Nurse Attorney
  • Nurse Author, Writer, Historian
  • Nurse Educator
  • Nurse Entrepreneur
  • Nurse Executive
  • Nurse Life Care Planner
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Nursing Informatics
  • Occupational Health Nurse
  • Oncology Nurse
  • Orthopedic Nurse
  • Pain Management Nurse
  • Parish Nurse
  • Pediatric Nurse
  • Perianesthesia Nurse
  • Perioperative Nurse
  • Perinatal Nurse
  • Plastic Surgery Nurse
  • Primary Care Nurse
  • Psychiatric Care Nurse
  • Pulmonary Care Nurse
  • Radiology Nurse Specialist
  • Reconstructive Surgical Nurse
  • Rehabilitation Nurse
  • Research Nurse
  • School Nurse
  • Staff Nurse
  • Subacute Care Nurse
  • Substance Abuse Nurse
  • Supplemental Nurse
  • Telemetry Nurse
  • Telephone Triage Nurse
  • Toxicology Nurse
  • Transplant Nurse
  • Travel Nurse

Nursing Career Paths

Course

Objective

Outcome

Responsibilities

Forensic Nursing 

Focuses on cases involving physical and mental abuse and cases involving death

  • These nurses may work with patients who have been physically and mentally abused or work alongside law enforcement in order to solve cases where there is an unsolved death.
  • Forensic nurses use their training and expertise of human physiology, anatomy and science in order to assist with various cases in order to determine how and why a crime (if any) took place and what happened to the victim so that they can proceed with their investigation and possibly find the criminals (if any) involved in the incident.
  • Examine and gather medical evidence related to the case
  • Interview involved members, family, friends and witnesses
  • Hypothesis potential causes of the victims situation
  • Determine validity of the case based on evidence
  • Communicate findings and thoughts to participating legal parties such as police, lawyers and judges

 

Nurse Educator 

Work in the education field and use their knowledge to help students prepare for roles within the nursing industry

  • Nurse educators may perform lectures, prepare tests, grade papers, create classroom study material, assign homework and educate students on the various fields of nursing in order to help them prepare for any state exams which are required in order to earn their certificate or degree so that they may begin working as a nurse.
  • Educate and help students prepare for their roles as nurses
  • Give lectures, homework, exams, study materials and hand assignments to nursing students
  • Provide constructive feedback to make sure students are being properly educated
  • Assist students with their preparation of state exams that are required for nurse certification

Research Nurse 

Perform various tests and research medical data in order to improve the health care industry and help health care professionals make better decisions within their field of expertise

  • Research nurses may research case studies, research new and existing medications, study new medical technology and collect patient medical records, perform controlled studies and tests on willing individuals, use research data to create and improve current medical practices and safety procedures and perform a number of other research based tests in order to improve future health care actions.
  • Research medical data on the potential benefits/hazards of new and existing medications in order to determine their risks/benefits
  • Collect information on patients and individuals taking medications and use the information to create and/or improve medical procedures and policies
  • Report findings to the proper legal and/or healthcare divisions in order to ensure proper actions are being taken among drugs that may provide significant benefits or cause serious medical problems

Psychiatric Nurse 

Focus on the mental/psychological ailments a patient may be facing and will use their knowledge to create treatment plans designed to help patients alleviate or eliminate their problematic medical condition

  • Depending on education and training a psychiatric nurse may diagnose and treat patient ailments, prescribe medications, design specific treatment plans and rehabilitation programs and act as their patient’s primary health care provider.
  • Examine the mental/psychological health of their patients
  • Provide advice and constructive feedback to help patients improve their condition
  • prescribe treatment plans and medications to patients in need of further intervention methods
  • Structure rehabilitation programs to help patients regain their mental health

Legal Nurse

Often work alongside lawyers and/or judges in order to bring their medical knowledge to cases involved injuries and/or illnesses

  • Legal nurses use their expertise in order to determine the legibility of medical claims, help lawyers, judges and the jury understand complex medical terminology and determine the extent of an individual’s illness and/or injury as well as whether or not it is related to the claim they are disputing in court.
  • Gather plaintiff medical records, history and other information related to the legal case
  • Research and assess the validity of potential medical claims
  • Assist lawyers, judges and jury in understanding complex medical terms, jargon and other lingo
  • Report findings and medical opinions based on the information gathered inside and outside of the courtroom

 

Trauma Nurse 

Often be found working in the emergency room at a hospital or health care center caring for patients who are either severely ill or are involved in a physical trauma.

  • These nurses deal with a wide range of medical incidents from less severe injuries such as broken bones all the way up to patients who require life support and/or surgery in order to survive.
  • They may also assist doctors and physicians during surgical operations and other highly important medical procedures in order to ensure that the patient receives adequate medical care.
  • Assist doctors and physicians with medical procedures
  • Provide medical assistance to patients suffering from injuries and trauma
  • Check patient vital signs and overall health
  • Give medications, check IV’s, assess the patient’s condition and perform other medical duties

 



Academic Calendar 2018-19

Month

Day/Dates/Weeks

Event

July 2018

1st Week

Admission, campus orientation, Introduction with Syllabus

2nd to 5th Week

Theory Block

August 2018

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block

15th August

Independence Day

18th August
22nd August
25th to 27th August

Refresher Party
Idul Juha, Bakrid
Raksha Bandhan Vacation

September 2018

1st to 3th Week

Theory Block

3rd September
5th September
21st September

Janmashtami
Teacher’s Day
Muharram

4th Week

Quarterly Examination

October 2018

2nd October
18th – 21st October

Gandhi Jayanti
Dussehra Vacation

10 October

World Mental Health Day

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

November 2018

1st to 5th Week

Clinical Block

5th to 9th November
21st November
23rd November

Deewali Vacation
Id-e-Milad
Guru Nanak Jayanti

December 2018

1st December
1st Week

World AIDS Day
Half Yearly Examination

2nd Week

Clinical Block

3rd Week

Lamp Lighting Ceremony

24th Dec. 2018 to 02/01/2019

Winter Vacation

January 2019

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

26th January

Republic Day

February2019

5th February

Word Cancer Day

1st to 5th Week

Student Nurses Association Meeting
SNA & TNAI Competition
Remedial Teaching
Clinical Block

March 2019

8th March
24th March

International Women’s Day
World Tuberculosis Day

4th March
20th to 23rd March

Maha Shivratri
Holi Vacation

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

4th Week

Periodical Test

April 2019

7th April

World Health Day

14th April
17 April

Ram Navami
Mahavir Jayanti

1st to 5th Week

Theory Block/Clinical Block

May 2019

1st Week

Intense Teaching

2nd Week

Pre – University Exam

3rd Week

Preparatory Leave

4th & 5th Week

University Examination

12th May`

International Nurses Day

19th May

Buddha Purnima

June 2019

1st to 30th June

Summer Vacation






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