In order to let the students stay rooted with Indian culture, RRCN celebrates various festivals on campus… Ganesh Festival is one of it…
On 31-August 2019 our college has celebrated ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ with full enthusiasm RRCN staff and students installed the ‘Ganesha idol’ in the institute for 5 days. The multi-talented Staff and students of RRCN decorated the Ganesha with glittery papers, beautiful flowers; attractive decoration pieces… witnessed student’s enthusiasm. Rangoli is an important part of this festival and this is done by our students.Our Executive Director Dr. Vijayanand M.Tech. Ph.D graced the occasion.
These 5 days were filled with grand ‘aartis’, delicious prashad and lots of blessing from ‘Ganpati Bappa’.
On 5th days, students participated in Ganpati immersion rally. In the sound of ‘Dhol’ and ‘Taasha’ RRCN immersed its Ganesh idol. Students are well aware about their social responsibility. We immersed the idol in a tank…. These 5 days were indeed the most enchanting days on the campus.
On the Occasion of teacher’s day, the blood donation camp was organized by RajaRajeswari Dental College and Hospital on 5th September 2019. The event started with inauguration and Dr. Edwin Devadas, Dean, RRDCH, has enlightened the students with his words. A team of 12 doctors and nurses of RRDCH came for collection of blood. In this camp number of Volunteers of RajaRajeswari College of Nursing has participated with Vivacity. Five Volunteers of rarest blood group have donated the blood in camp and 15 volunteers are held on call at the time of any scarcity/need. A Certificate of appreciation, and refreshment was given to each donor as a token of gratitude.
NSS orientation programme was conducted on 29.08.2019 & 30.08.2019 from 9.30 am to 4 pm in RajaRajeswari College of Nursing seminar hall. This project was under taken from UNICEF collaboration with state NSS cell along with RGUHS.
This project contains “Strategic Engagements of Youths for Social & Behaviourial change & for Realization of Rights of children & Adolescents in Karnataka. This project has six modules like
All the aspects of NSS orientation porgramme was been covered and the programme went on with good response from NSS volunteers. It was successful. Activities were also conducted and everything went well. It was a great response from NSS volunteers.
“Talent wins games, but team-work and intelligence wins championships’’.
The much awaited Annual Sports Day was held on 3rd July 2019, with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere. On that day, the atmosphere of the school took a festive look. A great interest was observed among the students and the guardians. All of them came in a large number to enjoy the sports program.
The programme began with the Principal Dr. A.Jebarna Kiruba Mary welcoming the esteemed gathering and emphasized on the importance of sports in a student’s life. The chief guest was Mr. Praveen Raghupathy, International High Jumper and our CEO Sri. Seetharam I.A.S, and Dr. Sathyamoorthy, Dean, RRMCH were the guest of Honor.
Mr. Praveen Raghupathy, Chief Guest presided over the oath taking ceremony and declared the sports meet open.
The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the oath being administered by the Sports captain Mr. Nithish Kumar, IInd Year B.Sc Nursing. An energizing equestrian display set the tone for the rest of the event. The students presented their drills and won the heart of the audience. Once the races began, the air was filled with cheering and tons of encouragement for the young athletes. The students were lined up. There were several sports events such as, 100 meter race, 200 meter race, Relay, cricket, throw ball, football, volley ball, Basket ball, Short put, carom, badminton, chess etc.
The young achievers were awarded with the medals Gold, Silver and Bronze. The overall champion trophy was awarded to the IIIrd Year B.Sc Nursing. Runner up Ist Year B.Sc Nursing
Ms. Reshma proposed the vote of thanks.View Gallery
The Department of Pediatric Nursing and Obstetrics and Gynecological (OBG) Nursing RajaRajeswari college of Nursing observed ‘World Breastfeeding Week’ from 1st to 7th August 2019 on the theme “Empower parents, Enable Breastfeeding: Now and for the future!”.
The cost of inadequate feeding is too high. In India, only 55% of the babies are exclusively breastfed for the first six months. Hence, Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India (BPNI) calls for action to raise the level of awareness among people to increase the breastfeeding rates by empowering women and creating an enabling environment for them. Keeping this in mind and to raise awareness regarding the importance of breastfeeding, a weeklong activities were conducted for the antenatal and postnatal mothers and their family members. Keeping this in mind, and to raise awareness regarding importance of breastfeeding, health education session was conducted by 3rd year B.Sc (N) and 4th year B.Sc(N) student for all postnatal mothers in postnatal ward. Total 20 postnatal mothers from PNC ward attend the session. The programme was done under the supervision of Mrs.Kanchana M Naik, HOD, Dept of Pediatric Nursing, Ms. Jaswanthi , Lecturer , Dept. of OBG Nursing and other faculties of department .
Independence day of India was celebrated in RajaRajeswari college of nursing on 15th August 2019, at Thursday . This year in 2019, India celebrated its 73rd independence day to pay tribute and remember all the freedom fighter who had contributed a lot and fought for the Independence of India
The gamut of celebration activities held on the campus consisted of special morning assembly and parade. The entire college assembled at the ground. The principal hoisted the Tricolor followed by National anthem. After the anthem, group song “Ai mere vathan ke logo” filled every one with pure patriotism. Some students gave an impressive and powerful speech.
At the end, the principal gave a speech reminding the students and the teachers of the sacrifices made by our great freedom fighters and made us take pledge that we would serve our motherland, India with heart, body and soul. The function came to an end with distribution of sweets among students and staffs.
10th April 2019 “World safe motherhood day” was observed by Dept of OBG Nursing. Awareness was given to postnatal mother in RRMCH postnatal wards on various topics like exclusive breast feeding, techniques of breast feeding, advantages of Breast Feeding and newborn care. It was explained in Hindi and Kannada. Mother actively participated & their doubts were clarified at the end of lecture.Programme was successfully completed with participant’s cooperation. The department is very much grateful to HOD of OBG in RRMCH for their support and constant encouragement
OBG Dept of RRCN has organized one day (10-2-2019) Seminar on Cervical Cancer for two sessions. The objective of the workshop was to create awareness about cervical cancer. The workshop was attended by 76 participants. They were B.Sc III yr, B.Sc IV yr, P.B B.Sc I yr, M.Sc Nursing I yr & faculties. Participants had a chance to clarify the doubts during the open session held by experts at the end of the Session.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecological (OBG) Nursing observed ‘Newborn Week’ from 15 to 21 November 2018. The aim for celebrating the week is to raise awareness about the importance of the newborn care for child survival and development. A number of activities were organized by the College of Nursing for postnatal mothers, their newborns, staff and the students as part of the newborn week celebrations.
Dept of OBG Nursing organized Continuing Nursing Education Programme on the topic “Maternal and New Born Care’’ on account of International Midwives Day on 8th May 2019. Health Educational was given to the mothers on Antenatal care and postnatal care at RRMCH, OBG ward. Around 25 mothers participated in the programme. Programme started at 10:30a.m and winded up at 12.30 pm.