GOVT. SPONSORED TRIBAL STUDENTS BRING LAURELS TO KALYANI NURSING SCHOOL

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Recently Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai declared the result of Revised Auxiliary Nursing & Midwifery (RANM) in which all the students of Kalyani Nursing School of 2014 batch passed the RANM 2nd year examination with flying colors. The RANM second year results of the Maharashtra Nursing Council, Mumbai brought cheers & laurels to the Kalyani Nursing School. KNS students registered 100% results in the recently declared results for July 2016 examination.

On this occasion Shri.Udaybhaskar Nair, Chairman, NAIRSONS Group complimented congratulated all the students and teaching faculty of KNS. Kalyani Nursing School is the nursing education wing of Orange City Hospital & Research Institute.

Dr. Usha Nair, Director- Kalyani Nursing School stated that “The ranking is a credit to the skill, persistence, creativity and experience of our faculty at KNS and OCHRI, which allows its trainee nurses to work in a variety of multicultural health care settings”. “The school took special care of the tribal students for their preparations. It has helped in increasing their overall results. For instance, out of the 19 students who appeared for the examination, 12 have secured distinction while 7 have passed in 1st division. These tribal students have been already given placement at Orange City Hospital.” She further added.

Dr.Noorul Ameen, Coordinator- KNS added that “This is an impressive achievement that is acquired only with team effort, support, commitment and plain simple hard work. He added that 19 Tribal students of Vidarbha region had been admitted to this RANM Nursing course at Kalyani Nursing School, Nagpur in 2014. 10 students from Nagpur District, 4 from Chandrapur district, 3 from Gadchiroli district and 2 students from Deori division were given admission to RANM nursing course through the Tribal Project offices of these respective divisions. This result justifies the confidence of Tribal Commisionerate, Nagpur Division wherein if given proper platform, tribal students can flourish and perform in exemplary manner. He further added.

Smt. Jyotsna Bhujbal, Principal- KNS stressed the need of more girls to come forward and consider a nursing career. Demand of nursing professionals is growing day by day and local candidates can avail the benefit of exemplary teaching at OCHRI by KNS. She reiterated that KNS does not take any donation and only government fees are charged.

Dr.Anup Marar, Director, Orange City Hospital & Research Institute commended the efforts of Dr.Noorul Ameen, Coordinator- KNS, Shri. Roy Thomas, GM (HRD)-OCHRI , Smt. Jyotsna Bhujbal, Principal & Smt. Kanchan Bante, Tutor- KNS for the inimitable performance. He also thanked all competent authorities of Maharashtra Nursing Council and Tribal Development Commisionerate, Nagpur Division for the confidence reposed and rendering timely guidance.

Kalyani Nursing School attached to Orange City Hospital & Research Institute has been approved and recognized by Maharashtra Nursing Council (MNC) and Indian Nursing Council (INC) and the RANM course is conducted strictly as per the rules and regulations laid down by MNC & INC.

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