March 22, 2016

Governor urges youth to maintain values of the Nation

Governor urges youth to maintain values of the Nation

Vijyender Sharma

SHIMLA-----Governor Acharya Devvrat has given a clarion call to the youth to pursue rich culture of 'Matri-Pitri-Atithi and Devo Bhav' of the nation so that the society could make its mark on the path of progress along with high values.

The Governor was presiding over the 6th annual function "Sahasra-2016" of Shimla Nursing College, Annandale at Gaiety Theatre, here today. He said that nursing was a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they could attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. He said that the authority for the practice of nursing was based upon a social contract that delineates professional rights and responsibilities as well as mechanisms for public accountability. He said that compassion, clemency and tolerance had attained high place in our society and the profession of nursing was synonym of this spirit of service.

The Governor said that there was a great power in thoughts and speech and the people involved in health care services should behave with generosity, which definitely help the patient immensely.  To help the suffering humanity was similar to the services of God, he added and said that the wounds of others could be filled with compassion.

He said today, the challenges of western culture were before us and collective efforts from all sections of the society were required to maintain our own values.

He congratulated the newly inducted nurses and appealed them to work with honesty and dedication. He also urged them to work against the social abuses and also involve themselves in various social awareness programmes. He said the college administration should organize more programmes based on Indian culture, life style, high values besides imparting training to the students.

The Governor gave away prizes to the meritorious students of the college. He honoured Ms. Aruna of B.Sc Nursing, 4th Year student with 'Bahumukhi Pratibhawan Chatra' award. He also awarded academic prizes to the toppers including Ms Swati kashyap- B.Sc -1st year, Ms Ayushi Gupta-  B.Sc -2nd year, Ms Aruna- B.Sc- 3rd year, Ms Savita Thakur-B.Sc -4th year, Ms Hemlata- GNM 1st year, Ms Gaytri-GNM 2nd year, Ms Trisha Chauhan- State Topper - GNM-3rd Year,  Ms Anjana- State 2nd Topper- GNM-3rd year and  Ms Shivani and  Ms Payal State 3rd Topper- GNM-3rd year.

Chairman, Shimla Nursing College Shri  Ramesh Chand Sood  said that institution was providing best training facility and it was committed to create an educational environment conducive for the students and teachers where they acquire skills which were inquiry driven, self directed and life long with desirable Nursing practices. He said that the institute has a vision to create a bench mark in Nursing Education.

Principal, Shimla Nursing College, Dr. Leela Verma said that the College had established itself as the prominent nursing college of Himachal Pradesh.

She also gave oath of nursing profession to 76 new comer students to abide the pledge and set  the benchmark in the field of nursing.

Earlier, the students presented a colorful cultural programme and women empowerment skit on the occasion.

Vice- Principal of the college Ms Deepti Sharma proposed vote of thanks. 

President, Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) Smt. Jyoti Walia, Senior Medical Superintendent, IGMC Shri Ramesh Chand, Nursing Superintendent, KNH Smt. Puspha Mahajan, Nursing superintendent, Indus Hospital Ms Pawna Kaushal, Matron, DDU Mrs. Latta Bhatt, representatives from DMER, IGMC, KNH, DDU, HPU, HPNRC Nursing Colleges, private hospitals and other nursing fraternity, students and other prominent persons of the town were also present on the occasion.  


**VijyenderSharma*, Press Correspondent Bohan Dehra Road  JAWALAMUKHI-176031, Kangra HP(INDIA)*
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