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READING AND RECREATION

Magazines of general reading such as India-Today, Times of India, Prajavani, Vijaya Karnataka, Malayala Manorama, Deccan Herald, Indian Express,

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HOSTEL AND TRANSPORT

The Institution owns two buses for transporting the students for test community posting, to attend classes in KIMS premises.

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OBJECTIVES  
 

 

  1. To provide a balance between professional and general education.
  2. To enable the student to become a professional nurse practitioner who has self direction and is a responsible member of the community.
  3. Graduate of the program are prepared and expected to perform the activities in Various Position in community and Institutional Nursing service and has the Foundation for continuing professional development and for postgraduate study in Nursing.
  4. Through the planned and guided experience, students are provided with opportunities to develop.
  5. A broad concept of nursing care is based on a sound knowledge and satisfactory level of skill in providing care to  people of all ages in a community or Institutional setting.
  6. Understanding of the application of principles from the physical, biological, social and behavioral sciences for assessing health status.
  7. Ability to investigate health care problem systematically.
  8. Ability to work collaboratively with members of allied disciplines towards attaining optimum health for all members of society.
  9. Understanding of principles of teaching and their application in their work Situation.
  10. Understanding of fundamental principles of administration and organization of nursing services.
  11. Understanding of human behavior and an appreciation of effective interpersonal relationship with individuals, families and groups.
  12. Appreciation of the various factors affecting the community’s social, health and welfare programme.
  13. Ability to assume responsibility for continuing learning and for increasing competence in nursing practice.
  14. Appreciation of professional attitudes necessary for leadership roles in nursing.
  15. Appreciation of social and ethical obligations to society.
  16. Develop an overall ability to participate skillfully in health care delivery system.

 

     
 

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