sambhram college and institute of nursing

VALUES, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS-DRIVEN EDUCATION

OVERVIEW

Sambhram College and Institute of Nursing is a unit of Sambhram Charitable Trust. Sambhram Institute of Nursing was established in the year 1992 and Sambhram College of Nursing was established in year 2004 with the objective of making available nursing education of international standards in India.

COURSES OFFERED

MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL

It gives me immense pleasure to invite you all to Sambhram College of Nursing. Sambhram College of Nursing aims to prepare the graduates to provide comprehensive nursing care, assure leadership roles and to take up responsible positions in the service and in teaching area and to meet the changing needs of the society and contribute towards the progress of the profession.

Prof: Indira Joseph M.Sc (N),M.phil,MBA(H.M),Ph.D

Principal, Sambhram College and Institute of Nursing

GENERAL GUIDELINES

DISCIPLINE

Discipline is maintained in and off the campus

 

  • All the students and staff must wear identity cards
  • Mobiles are not allowed in the campus
  • All must come in time, no loitering during the college hours
  • Ragging is highly prohibited in and off campus


ATTENDANCE

A minimum of not less than 80% attendance in theory and practical/clinical separately in each subject in each academic year is essential for appearing in the examination

LEAVE

A total of 30 days of leave in each year will be granted to students, off which 15days will be give for Christmas and 15 days will be given after the university/board exams

Apart from this 7 days study leave will be given before university or board exams

MENTORSHIP

The students who lack in studies or academic performance are given special attention. Each faculty will be assigned with 5 weak students, on whom that particular teacher will concentrate by identifying the weakness of the students and focus on their abilities and give special coaching

LANGUAGE CLASSES

Eminent teachers who have completed MA literature in English and Kannada teach the students. Language teachers teach the students to develop fluency in the respective language and make the students efficient enough to read, write, speak and give health education to the patients

FACILITIES

INFRASTRUCTURE

The college has best in class infrastructure to facilitate international standard teaching and learning

LECTURE HALL

Total of 12 lecture halls each with a seating capacity of 50 are available. Lecture halls are well ventilated with lighting facilities and equipped with latest audio visual aids.

LABORATORIES

The college has various well equipped laboratories, Nursing Foundation, MCH, CHN & Nutrition Lab with adequate latest articles for the students to learn and practice nursing procedures.

LIBRARY & RESOURCE CENTRE

A well equipped spacious learning resource centre is available for student’s reference. A good collection of Indian and International books, reference books, national and international journals and magazines constitute the library. The students are encouraged to use the library for the enhancement of knowledge and supplement the teaching in the classrooms. The library is open for extended hours to benefit the students and the faculty.

AUDIO VISUAL AIDS

The college is having various latest visual aids like OHP,LCD, slide projector, TV, DVD’s etc and the teachers use the audio visual aids for their daily classes to bring in variety in teaching and alter the traditional way of teaching to gain full attention of the students

SPORTS

Adequate facility for indoor and outdoor games devices for the students to promote sports. PT hours are included in college hours to promote sportsmanship among students
Facilities for the students to participate in inter college, intra-college, university conducted sports in made possible by our college. A qualified full time PT teacher is available to train the student s in sports.

CULTURALS

Cultural and personality development programmes are organized for the students through out the whole year, by SNA as well arrangement to participate in inter college, intra-college cultural is made possible.

HEALTH SERVICES

Health services of the students are met by Sambhram hospital. An annual physical examination is done to each student. Students are immunized against infectious disease as and when necessary. Any student becoming sick is attended immediately and cured immediately. As per rule of the board of nursing education students are eligible for ten days of sick leave for every year of study.

Any students who becomes sick while on leave and is unable to return on time must obtain a medical certificate, which should be from a recognized doctor and will be subjected to the approval of the doctor in charge of students health in Sambhram hospital.

HOSTEL

Adequate residential, safe and comfortable accommodation is available for the students. The students enjoy the facilities of well equipped furnished (a cot, a table, chair and cupboard for individual student) common rooms and dinner halls, prayer hall and a recreational hall with adequate recreational facilities, separate hostel for girls and boys is available. Students will be under the supervision of the principal with the help of the warden and must abide by rules of the hostel. Misconduct of any type will be reported to the parents and appropriate action will be taken according to the regulation of the institution

Hostel RULES AND REGULATION
 

  • The hostelites should maintain discipline and strict silence in the hostel
  • Quarreling, talking loudly, using bad and unparliamentarily words and creating disturbance to the co-hostilities are strictly prohibited.
  • The hostilities should switch off the lights of their rooms at 10.30 PM. If any hostelite desires to study after 10.30 PM he/she may sit in the study room without creating causing disturbance to the co-hostelites.
  • The hostilities are responsible for their things, cash, book etc and the management will not take any responsibility for the loss of anything in the hostel.
  • When the hostelites go out, they should switch off the lights and fans, close the water taps and lock the room properly.
  • The rooms should be kept neat and clean
  • Any king of cooking in the rooms is prohibited.

OBJECTIVES OF MIDWIFERY POSTING

III & IV YEAR- B.Sc
Hours – 180+180
 
OVERALL OBJECTIVE

III &IV year Basic B.Sc (N) students during their midwifery posting are able to administer comprehensive care throughout maternity cycle to both normal and high risk mothers and new born babies and family welfare aspects.

SPECIFIC OBECTIVES

Students are able to,
 
  • Assess & provide care for both normal &high risk pregnant women
  • Assess & provide care to normal and high risk mothers during intrapartum
  • Assess and provide care to normal and high risk mothers during postpartum
  • Assess and provide care to normal and high risk new born
  • Appreciate the importance of family welfare and motivate the eligible couple to adopt.

REQUIREMENTS
Antenatal examination30
Conducting normal delivers20
Vaginal Examination05
Episiotomy and suturing05
Neonatal resuscitation05
Assist with caesarean section02
Witness/assist abnormal deliveries05
Postnatal cases nursed20
Insertion of IUD05
Care study 01
Care plan
Antenatal
Postnatal
New Born
After Tubectomy

01
01
01
01
Case Book Recording 
 

OBJECTIVES OF CLINICAL POSTING NURSING FOUNDATION

Practical hour – 450+200 lab
 

OVERALL OBJECTIVE

I yr basic B.Sc (N) students during their clinical posting are able to understand the concepts of nursing practice & apply the holistre approach in meeting the health needs of individual in a scientific manner.

SPECIFIC OBECTIVES

Students are able to,
 
  • Apply nursing process in meeting the health needs of the individual and the family as a whole.
  • Appreciate the need for interpersonal relationship and n effective communication.
  • Develop skill in performing assessment of each body system.
  • Develop skill in meeting the basic needs of an individual in a scientific way.
  • Prepare first Aid equipments and meet the common emergencies.
  • Manage some of the common problems in illness
  • Practice nursing procedures in reliving the common problems and assist wherever necessary.
  • Follow the principal techniques for infection control and bio medical waste management .
  • Provide care to pre and post operative patients
  • Administer drugs in different routes and assist intravenous and intra thecal administration & maintain drug bank book
  • Provide care to the drying and the dead.


REQUIREMENTS

History Collection5
Physical Assessment5
Clinical Presentation3
Care Notes5
Health Teaching– Group
– Individual.


 

Visits
 
  • Casualty/ Emergency unit
  • Blood Bank
  • Lab
  • Infection Control Department
  • CSSD
  • Mortuary
  • Physiotherapy Dept.

OBJECTIVES OF CLINICAL POSTING AT MEDICAL SURGICAL UNITS

Hours – 135
 

 

OVERALL OBJECTIVE

II Year Basic B.Sc (N) students are able to use the problem solving approach to patient care during various phases of illness and physiological mechanism where in which alteration occurs and perform their skills efficiently at various levels and areas of clinical setting.

SPECIFIC OBECTIVES

Students are able to,
 
  • Assess patients health problems systematically
  • Understand the basic pathologic process in the body
  • Identify and utilize the underlying principles from social, behavioral, biological & physical science in assessing planning and implementing prevention curative and rehabilitative care.
  • Evaluate the effectiveness of intervention and patients response to nursing action
  • Perform the aseptic procedures, assist in the operations and provide preoperative nursing care
  • Practice nursing procedures related to medical and surgical conditions
  • Provide Pre & Post operative nursing care to adult patients with surgical disorders
  • Provide nursing care to patients with cardiac skin, musculo skeletal disorders and critically ill patients


REQUIREMENTS

Nursing Care studies (2)
Medical
Surgical

1
1
Nursing Care Plans (4)
Cardiology
Orthopedics
Communicable disease
ICU

1
1
1
1
Clinical presentation (4)
Drug presentation
Medical/Communicable disease
Surgical
Ortho/Cardiology

1
1
1
1

 

Visits
 
  • Epidemic hospital
  • ICUs in other hospital
  • Physiotherapy department
  • Posting at Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology
  • Blood Bank



OBJECTIVES OF CLINICAL POSTING IN MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING - II

III YEAR- B.Sc
Hours
 – 270

 

 

OVERALL OBJECTIVE

III year Basic B.Sc (N) Students during their Medical Surgical Nursing II –Clinical posting are able to integrate the knowledge from physical, biological, social & behavional science in providing holistic care to the patients with complex medical surgical conditions in specialty units.

SPECIFIC OBECTIVES

Students are able to,
 
  • Provide care to patients with ENT & Eye disorders
  • Provide care to patients with neurological disorders.
  • Provide care in gynaecology & Burns Units.
  • Provide care to patients with cancer, critically ill & in emergency & disaster situation
  • Assist with diagnostic procedures
  • Paiticipates in various modalities of treatment
  • Practies & assist in advance nursing procedures


REQUIREMENTS

Observation Reports.
OPDS
Burns units
Cancer units
Critical care unit
Emergency unit
 
Nursing care plan (1) in each specialty 
Nursing care study
Neurology
Burns/ cancer/critical care

1
1
Clinical Presentation1
Maintain drug Book 

 

Visits
 
  • Specialty units in other hospitals
  • Old Age home

OBJECTIVES OF CHILD HEALTH NURSING CLINICAL POSTING

III YEAR- B.Sc
Hours
 – 270

 

 

OVERALL OBJECTIVE

III year Basic B.Sc (N) students during their child health Nursing Clinical posting are able to identify & apply Nursing principles specific to the area of children.

SPECIFIC OBECTIVES

Students are able to,
 
  • Possess & Apply knowledge of childhood Medical & surgical disorders & preventive pediatrics
  • Manage the children with behavioral problems.
  • Provide pre & post operative care to children with common pediatric surgical conditions.
  • Perform various assessment of children
  • Practice procedures related to the care of children
  • Meet the play needs of the children at different age groups


REQUIREMENTS

Nursing care study1
Medical care plan1
Surgical care plan1
Case study presentation1
Maintain drug book 

 

Visits
 
  • Attend child guidance clinic /OPD
  • Happy Home, KGF, Centre for physically, mentally handicapped
  • Visit pediatrics ICU at SDUMC , Kolar
  • Organize and participate in breast feeding week August 1st -7th

OBJECTIVES OF MENTAL HEALTH NURSING POSTING

III YEAR- B.Sc
Hours
 – 270

 

 

OVERALL OBJECTIVE

III year Basic B.Sc (N) students during their mental health Nursing Clinical posting are able to apply the basic principles & concepts of mental health nursing assist in therapeutic interventions & in Crisis situation.

SPECIFIC OBECTIVES

Students are able to,
 
  • Understand the underlying Principles from social and behavioural sciences and utilize them in planning, implementing and evaluating the mental health nursing care based on the needs of patients and their families
  • Assess patients with various mental health problems
  • Select and administer care to patient in psychiatric setting
  • Assist in various therapies
  • Motivate patients for early treatment and follow up


REQUIREMENTS

History taking and mental status examination2
Process recording2
Observation Report
OPD
Therapies
Field Visits
 
Care Plans2
Care study1
Clinical presentation1
Health Education 
Maintain Drug Book 

 

OBJECTIVES OF COMMUNITY HEALTH POSTING

IV YEAR- B.Sc
Hours
 – 135

 

 

OVERALL OBJECTIVE

IV Year B.Sc students during the field visit are able to provide comprehensive care to the individual, family and groups at both urban and rural settings by using concepts and principles of healthand community Health Nursing.

SPECIFIC OBECTIVES

Students are able to,
 
  • Identify community profile
  • Assess and diagnose the health needs of individuals, families and communities and provide comprehensive care
  • Organize in school health programme
  • Organize group for self help and involve clients in their own health activities
  • Participate in natural health programmes
  • Provide family welfare services
  • Counsel and educate individuals, family and community
  • Collect vital health statistics
  • Maintain records and reports.


REQUIREMENTS

Survey of the area specified
Home visits
Bag technique
Family Care Study
Health Education
Individual
Family
Community
Project-group

 

Visits
 
  • PHC
  • CHC
  • Sub centre
  • School
  • Industry
  • National Health Programme
  • Systems of medicine and health care institution :Ayurvedic, Homeopathy,Siddha, Yoga,Meditation etc.
  • Sewage disposal
  • Old age homes, orphanages, Home for physically and mentally challenged
  • Health agencies
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