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shrishankaracharya college of nursing hudco, bhilai.

Nursing education

ESTABLISHMENT OF NURSING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONClick to edit Master subtitle style

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The education and practice of nursing is based on a range of scientific principles from both physical and behavioural sciences. Management means many things to many people. It is the art of getting things done through people. There are 5 process management

introduction

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planning Planning

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is the first function of administration and management, undertaken to fulfill the purpose for which an organization is established . is a pivotal process in administration and

It

CHARACTERISTICS

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(I)PRIMACY

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The prime function of administration is planning which provides the very basis for the organizational function as a whole as also for the other five functions of administration.

(IV)FLEXIBILITY AND DYNAMISM Planning

(II) FUTURISTIC ORIENTATION Planning

projects into the future, address itself to the futuristic needs and demands looking ahead to make provisions for future development, for

is involved with ongoing assessment and reassessment of the organizational goals and objectives the direction the organization is giving and thereby changing its levels as required.

(V)UNITY

OF

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Investigation and analysis of the situation /environment and

resources. casting (looking ahead, anticipating the future STEPS OF PLANNING needs. Developing Setting Fore

philosophy.

objectives

Formulating

board of policies for organizing, directing, staffing, coordinating and controlling. the plan.

Formulating

IMPORTANCE Its It It

master function is to provide framework for giving direction tot h e different functions written the organization. gives direction to work is the integral part of other administrative function (POSDCORB) order and control. appropriateness and feasibility of actions in terms of cost effectiveness and quality control chances of uncertainty.

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Ensures

Determines

Eliminates

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2ORGANISIN G

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Organization is a system of cooperative activities of two or more persons. DEFINITION

CHESTER .I.BERNARD.

IMPORTANCE OF 1.Organisation ORGANIZATION 4. Organisation facilitiesincreases managerial efficiency co-ordination in the enterprises. 5. Organisation helps to consolidate growth and expansion of the enterprise /Institution. 2. Organisation ensures an optimum use of human efforts through specialisation and also makes use of all resources 3.

Organisation places a proportionate and balanced emphasis on various activities.

6. Organisation invites creative and innovative ideas to working through adopting human relation approach.

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STEPS OF ORGANISATION1.

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Determination of objectives of each activity 2. deciding on the various types of activities to be undertaken written the framework . 3. Grouping of activities their similarity, interrelationship, competencies and capacities required in performance of these

4. Deciding different group activities in terms of: The The

number of staff

eligibility requirement of staff seating arrangements The materials and supplies, consumable and non consumable required performing these activities. machines and

The

The

CON..q 5. Determining the authority, responsibility and accountability of different members of staff: v Determining the lines of authority with channels of communication.

v The relationship between different members , departments , supervision vertical or line relationship , horizontal and lateral relationship. v Allotment of duties of individual. q 6. Integration between the identified group of activities through authority

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PHILOSOPHY OF THE COLLEGE OF NURSING

The college philosophy focuses on the nature of the person, environment, health, the profession of nursing and the process of education.

INTRODUCTION

PHILOSOPHY OF THE INSTITUTE IS:selection

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of students preparation of faculty Development of curriculum

FORMULATION OF PHYLOSOPHY

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To formulate a philosophy staff should had discussion the areas are made which is desiriable and feasible in the interest of students

Identify

Decisions

The philosophy should be

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Goals

and objectives state actions for achieving the purpose and philosophy.

is done 2. Goals and to achieve the goals. objectivesshort term goals Goals can bePlanning

and long term goals.Objective

is selective and

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INC PURPOSE AND OBJECTIVES OF The main purpose Bsc NURSING PROGRAM of the undergraduate degree in nursing is to provide an educational program through which the graduates will be prepared to assume responsibility in the primary, secondary, and tertiary care of people as professional nurses.

AIMS, OBJECTIVES AND FUNCTIONS OF INDIAN NURSING COUNCIL To

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establish and monitor a uniform standard of nursing education. recognize the qualification under section 10 (2) (4) of Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947 for the purpose of registration and employment in India and abroad. give approval for

To

prescribe the syllabus and regulators for nursing programmes. to withdraw the recognition of institute under the section 14 of the Act. In case the institution fails to maintain its standards under section 14 (1) (b) that an institution recognized by State council for training of nurses midwives,

To

Power

To

ORGANITIONAL STRUCTURE OF INDIAN NURSING COUNCIL6/8/12

ADMISSION REQUIREMENT1. Eligibility for admission The

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minimum age for admission shall be 17yrs on or before 31st December of the year of admission. minimum educational requirements shall be the passing of: higher secondary school certificate examination [12 years course], or senior school certificate examination [10+2], pre degree examination [10+2], or an equivalent with 12 years schooling from a recognized board or university with science [physics, chemistry, biology] & English with minimum of 50% aggregate marks shall be medically fit.

The

Candidate

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DURATION

Course duration =4yrs available per year =52 weeks =8weeks holiday =3weeks

Weeks

Vacation Gazette

Examination

[including preparatory] =4weeks

PHYSICAL FACILITIES IN COLLEGE OF NURSING

OVERALL REQUIREMEN TSPhysical facilities such as: class room, laboratories, library and offices are fundamental requirements, and without them lit are difficult to carry out a

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FOR 50 STUDENTS OR LESS THERE SHOULD BE2

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class rooms (with movable partitions if no assembly hall is available). Multi-purpose laboratory (demonstration room and nutrition laboratory) science laboratory Nursing arts ,CHN,ACH and Paediatrics etc. office for principal offices for other staff Teaching faculty office for clerk cim-typist library large store- room

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1

1 2 1 1 1

CLASS ROOMSv

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NUMBER-The number of classroom should be sufficient to permit the scheduling of classes in keeping with educational principles and at hours which are convenient to the teacher and students.

It should be capable of seating of entire students, and for large gatherings.v

SIZE- It will depend upon the sizeof the student body, should accommodate all students comfortably.

FURNISHINGS AND EQUIPMENT

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There should be a separate chair and desk or chair cum desk for each student. The chair and desk should not be fixed to the floor such that rearrangement is possible for group discussions. addition to the fixed blackboard they should be movable blackboard for each room, or atleast one for every two rooms. boards and other facilities for displaying material should also be available. should be hand washing facility

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Bulletin

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SCIENCE LABORATORY:

LABORATORIES

Anatomy types of laboratories 3 main and physiology, physics and chemistry and

microbiology are all subjects which require laboratory facilities, and it is probably more convenient to have these available in school. science library should be fitted with beaches and seats, cupboards, running water and either piped gas or cylinders, and should have microscopes, balances and weights.

The

o NUTRITION LABORATORY: facilities

for imparting basic knowledge about food and for practice in cooking food for the normal as well as

The nursing arts laboratory or demonstration room is used ARTS LABORATORY NURSING to a varying degree by teaching staff for the demonstration of some of the techniques used in nursing , but is essentially a workroom for students. It should have ample cupboard space, shelves, sinks and running water, tables or work benches and movable chairs . There should be adequate storage space, with protection for perishable goods from heat, moisture, insects and vermin.

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OFFICES q

The furniture and equipment in each office should include the following in a quantity, consistent with the number of staff: 1. Desk and chair 2. Steel cupboard with lock 3. Filing cabinet 4. Book Case 5. Stationary rack, filing trays, table lamp, stapling and punching machines, and other desk equipment. 6. Bul