Report of Annual Day 2016
” If someone can do it, I can do it. If someone else can’t, I still can do it” said DR.SANTY N SAJAN, General Manager, Columbia Asia Hospital, Whitefield, Bengaluru addressing the gathering here on 30/1/2016 during the 26th annual day of Manipal College of Nursing Manipal at TMA Pai hall.
February 02, 2016
She said it was indeed a nostalgic moment this day to be here in this great university. She recalled her memories of a decade ago when she was doing her post graduation in MCON. Beyond the bedside; a changing role of today’s nursing is what I intend to speak on this day. Healthcare is changing by forces promoting major changes in delivery of healthcare. Nurses are not just caring for the patients but are controlling the healthcare and are changing notion taking up various roles of being chief nursing officer, chief executive officer and beyond this a leader heading the hospital. Nurses and patients are the centre of the wheel. Nurses are the biggest interface and are effective member of healthcare team. It’s not easy to get to the lead; one needs to grow from grassroot level that is being at bedside and then everything will spiral up said DR.SANTY. If you call me successful today it is because of the motivation I received from the leaders I met during my career. The nursing education, training and experience have enabled my success today. If I can do it even you can do it perhaps much better than me! If you want to lead the healthcare team then: step out of your comfort zone, develop relationship, find a mentor and most important, value your work. I believe nurses are lifeline of healthcare system so I urge you to develop nursing skills for good use said DR.Santy speaking to the gathering.
Dr.Judith A Noronha , Associate Dean MCON Manipal welcomed the gathering.
Dr. Anice George Dean MCON Manipal presented the annual report which highlighted the achievements, the awards, projects and the build out of research and education over the past year.
Meritorious students of B.Sc, Post Basic BSc nursing, M.Sc Nursing and M.Phil were awarded. Ms. Deepika V was awarded the best outgoing student of B.Sc Nursing. The awardees were felicitated by chief guest Dr.Santy Sajan
To add feathers to this cap the contribution of MCON Manipal faculty in teaching and research were recognized and awarded. The most accomplished faculty award was presented to Dr.Judith Noronha.
“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” a report on various extracurricular activities in the college for the year 2015-16 was presented by Ms.Tenzin Tsogyal, SNA president MCON Manipal.
Speaking to the audience the president of the program Dr.P.Laxmi Narayana Rao, Registrar Evaluation, Manipal Academy of Higher Education said MCON is one among the leading nursing colleges in the country. He emphasized on teaching, role of the teacher in bringing out best academic performance. Speaking on the research he appreciated the good publications brought out in Manipal Journal Of Nursing and Health Sciences and he wished that it will be one of the reputed indexed journal in the coming years. He concluded saying “teachers you all are teachers. Don’t forget it!”
Vote of thanks was delivered by Mrs. Sulochana , Associate Professor and convener of the programme , MCON Manipal.
The formal function was presided by the various cultural programmes including songs, classical and non-classical dance by the faculty and the students. We never knew we were making memories we were just having fun.
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