Training Caregivers of Tomorrow
The School of Health Sciences (SHS) was established in the year 2011 with the objective to produce professionally qualified paramedical staff like staff nurses, operation theater technicians and CT technicians. First batch of 35 students admitted in GNM Training Programme in 2011. Uttar Pradesh State Medical Faculty (UPSMF) gave recognition for 02 more diploma courses – OT Technician and CT Technician in 2012. In 2017, SHS received recognition to run ANM course with an annual intake of 20 students. Teaching faculty was appointed as per norms of UPSMF.
School of health Sciences emphasizing on education of girls with a vision to groom them to be self-reliant
GNM Course (7th batch) 60 students
OT Technician Course (5th batch) 06 students
CT Technician Course (5th batch) 02 students
ANM Course (Ist batch) 15 students
Eligible students were provided scholarship by Centre Social Welfare Board. No instance of ragging reported. The students of all batches passed their final exams with good percentage of marks. Result was 100% pass. First batch passed out and had good placement. Students conducted number of activities which included cultural programmes, sports and Games. Students were involved in awareness programmes on the occasion of – National Cancer Awareness Day (7th November), AIDS Awareness programme on World AIDS Day (December 1), Outreach camps in villages and city slums. Students celebrated Florence Nightingale’s birthday.
Lamp lighting ceremony for students was held on 14th November 2017 , Dr. Madhu Chandra, Secretary & Treasurer, Trustee & CEO and all the Senior staff members and faculty. On the occasion final year students were given academic excellence award for their performance in examination.
Students are involved as volunteers in Intensive Pulse Polio programme. For its successful completion students received appreciation from officials of World Health Organization and Chief Medical Officer.
SHS undertook various CMEs, Workshop on infection prevention, CPR, Bio Waste Management. A State level conference was organized by SHS on the theme “Quality Care Of Patients In Emergency & Critical Situations” on 28th February 2018. 157 participants from various Nursing schools and hospitals of the city and outside participated.