INAUGURATION OF 21 ST BATCH BSc NURSING
Last Updated on December 14, 2022 by admin
The inaugural ceremony of the 21 st Batch BSc Nursing students was held at Lisie Hospital main auditorium on 28 November 2022 at 11am. Mrs. Mary Poulose, I year class coordinator welcomed the gathering. The inauguration of the programme was done by lighting the lamp by Rev. Dr. Paul Karedan, Director, Lisie Medical and Educational Institutions. In the inaugural address Father emphasised on history of Lisie hospital and nursing training courses, clinical facilities, opportunities provided by the institutions for the all round development of students including extracurricular and spiritual activities. Rev. Fr. George Thelakatt, Asst Director, Lisie Medical and Educational Institutions graced the occasion with his presence and blessings. Capt. Icy Joseph, Chief Operating Office and Chief Nursing Officer, Lisie Hospital felicitated the gathering. Madam shared her personal experience as a student nurse and nurse administrator and highlighted that along with knowledge and skill, the right attitude marks the nurses’ quality in her service. Prof. Dr. Usha Marath Principal, Lisie College of Nursing, in the course orientation explained in detail about curriculum, method of evaluation, brief note on academic rules and also emphasised on the values the students should inculcate as they undergo a professional training. Mrs. Jency John, Asst. Class coordinator delivered vote of thanks. After the initial part of the programme, the teaching and non teaching staff introduced themselves which was followed by self introduction of students. Mrs. Remya Xavier M in her address emphasised on Anti ragging activities as well as functioning of Anti ragging committee and Anti ragging squad in the college campus and hostel. Mrs Jasmine Joseph, SSGP Nodal officer introduced the student support and guidance programme and its activities in the colleges such mentor mentee system, counselling services and referral services, life skill and soft skill training programme, awareness programme on “No drug campaign”, Cyber security, and also addressing and supporting the students in their academic, mental, psychosocial, physical and reproductive issues. Mrs. Mary Poulose explained on Parent Teacher Association. A short video compiling the various activities of Lisie College of Nursing was played during the programme. The programme was attended by 70 students and their family members. The programme came to an end at 1pm.