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12 May 2020

International Nurses Day 2020

News Type : General News
The theme for 2020:

The theme for 2020, Nurses: A Voice to Lead – Nursing the World to Health, demonstrates how nurses are central to addressing a wide range of health challenges. It assumes great importance in this year as the world battles the COVID-19 pandemic.

Regard to this, an Online Competition was organized for all the nursing students of RRCN related to COVID-19

The announcement was – Here’s Big challenge for you all – team building Activity (class wise)

Dear Students,

To enhance your team work and skill development, we are giving a good platform to excel your talents

Theme: CORONO VIRUS (COVID-19) [which is currently dominating our daily lives]

Interested students (individual or in group form. Group members must be your classmates) can participate. Participants are expected to explore the theme through its scientific angle and express yourself through your Art, singing, 1minute real video making, speaking, and recitation

Students are highly encouraged to take part in the given said in order to raise awareness of the theme

Activities can be judged by the following criteria: 1) Creativity, knowledge and originality. 2) Quality of artistic composition 3) Theme based. 4) Overall impression of the content. …

Interested candidates can participate.

No limit for entries.

Judging will be done according to the respective form of activities.

The students showcased their talent and creativity through painting, singing, drawing, 1minute real video making. The participants actively participated in the competition and wondrously showcased. Amazingly, the enthusiasm among the participants was worth watching. Students touched many aspects related to covid-19 and showcased through the variations of colors.

On MAY 12, the final day of National Nurses week, we celebrated the 200th birthday of the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale. The day was celebrated at college premises. The programme was inaugurated with the invocation song followed by lighting the lamp, and offering flowers to Florence Nightingale as a mark of gratitude. Faculties Lighted the Lamp with the Candle. On the day, the cake cutting ceremony was performed by faculties.

Ceremony ended with a vote of thanks by Mrs. Roopalatha V for giving their precious time and participants for their attendance.

Nurses have a great responsibility to improve the health of the population as well as to contribute towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals thus acting as a force for change.

Today nursing has evolved into a profession with wealth of skills and professional knowledge. Nurses are the largest group of health professionals, who are the closest and often the only available health workers to the public.