Academic Programme

 

DATE NEWS
1st December 2018 World AIDS day 2018
20th November 2018 Nipah Virus: Basic concern and Prevention’’
30th October 2018 One Day Symposium on “Improvement of Maternal and New Born Care’’
1st to 7th August 2018 Celebration of World Breast Feeding Week - 2018
26th to 30th June 2018 Faculty Development Programme  
10th to 12th May.2018 INTERNATIONAL NURSES WEEK - 2018
5th May 2018 International Midwives Day Celebration
11th April 2018 Safe Motherhood Day - 2018
7th April 2018 World health day celebration -2018
26th March 2018 Seminar Nursing Research
27th February 2018 SEMINAR ON NURSING PROCESS
27th February 2018 REPORT ON NURSING RESEARCH
16th February 2018 INAGURATION OF MCH SKILL LABORATORY AND VIRTUAL CLASS ROOM
19th January 2018 USAID team to witness pre service education (pse) strengthening activities
15th December 2017 Welcome Ceremony ‘‘Kahlan’’-2017
1st December 2017 Observation of World Aids Day
13th - 19th November 2017 World Antibiotic Awareness Week
21st September 2017 ALZHEIMER’S DAY-2017
9th Aug 2017 Understanding  Swine flu and its Prevention
5th to 6th Aug2017 XXVII State SNA Biennial Conference- 2017
1st to 7th Aug 2017 Celebration of Breast Feeding Week
26th to 30th June 2017 Faculty Development Programme-2017
19th to 21st June 2017 CSST Training
9th May 2017 Celebration of International Nurses Week-2017 International Nursesday, Oath Taking & Lamp Lighting Ceremony
5th May 2017 Celebration of International Midwives’ Day
25th to 26th November 2016 1st International Nursing Conference (INC-2016)
19th November, 2016 State Level One-Day Seminar Of Somi, India
29th September, 2016 World Heart Day Celebration - 2016
28th September-2016 Seminar on “Nutrition & its Components
1st to 7th August 2016 World Breast Feeding Week - 2016
22nd June 2016 Report on Journal Club Presentation
9th May 2016 International Nurses week & International Nurses Day-2016 Celebration
5th May 2016 International Midwives’Day Celebration
20th April 2016 Safe Motherhood Day observed in KINS
30th March, 2016 Seminar on “Clinical Teaching Strategies”
29th February, 2016 Seminar on “Zika Virus Awareness”
10th October 2015 Report on World Mental Health Day- 2015
23th & 24th Sept 2015 Report EPORT ON SEMINAR ON NURSING PROCESS
2015 5th International Nursing Conference on Innovations in Nursing Education & Practice
21th September 2015 Alzheimer’s day
28th June 2015 Faculty Development Programme
22nd May 2015 Mevlana Exchange Programme: Visit of  Nursing  Faculties  to Dumlupinar University, Turkey
12th May 2015 International Nurses Day
7th April 2015 Food Fest marks Global World Health Day at KINS
11th April 2015 Safe Motherhood Day Observed at KINS
31th March 2015 Seminar on Infertility at KINS
27th February 2015 Seminar on Swine Flu and its Prevention
World AIDS day 2018

To day on 1/12/2018 the kalinga institute of nursing sciences with the collaboration with Community medicine department , KIMS , KIIT deemed to be university observed the world AIDS day 2018 at the UHTC NIladri vihar.

On the occasion a poster and rongali competition was organized by the organizer in which Ms Payal Das , b.SC 2nd year got the 3rd prize in Poster and Ms. Debijita Ceterjee And Ms. Aditi Boss got the 2nd prize in rongali competition.

To give education to the community people a rally and role play was done by the students. A quiz competition also organized for the community people to assess there knowledge regarding AIDS in which Dr. General P.K. Pattanaik and Prof B.C. Das join as the chief guest and the programme was end with the speak of Dr. Om Prakas nayak, HOD , community medicine department , KIMS, V about the AIDS prevention.

Nipah Virus: Basic concern and Prevention’’

One day seminar on the topic: “Nipah Virus : Basic concern and Prevention’’ was organized by Faculties from the department of Community Health Nursing and Medical Surgical Nursing on Dt- 20/11/2018 at LT-5 KIDS auditorium.

Inauguration was done by lighting the lamp by Mrs. Prof. Amarita lenka , principal KINS, Mrs. Prof. Niyati Das , vice principal , KINS, KIIT deemed to be university and other senior faculties members.

Mrs. Pramila Baxla , Asst. Professor O & G department, KINS, KIIT Deemed to be university, BBSR delivered welcome address to the audience and presented a brief overview of Nipah Virus.

Mrs. Truptirekha Swain, Tutor, KINS, KIIT Deemed to be university, BBSR delivered her talk regarding Introduction on Nipah Virus. She highlighted about the out breaks of Nipah virus and the history of origin.

Mrs. Nibedita Mohanty , Asst. Prof. KINS, KIIT deemed to be university, BBSR discussed on Transmission, Clinical Manifestations, Pathogenesis and Diagnostics evaluation of Nipah Virus . She emphasized on the complications of Nipah virus among the Human society.

Mrs. Sasmita Nayak, Tutor, KINS, KIIT Deemed to be university, BBSR discussed about the Management, control and Prevention of Nipah Virus. She highlighted the key points regarding prevention of transmission of Nipah Virus among the community people.

Finally the programme was concluded with vote of thanks by Mrs .Anasuya Behera, Tutor, KINS, KIIT Deemed to be university, BBSR.

One Day Symposium on “Improvement of Maternal and New Born Care’’

One Day Symposium on the theme “Improvement of Maternal and New Born Care’’ was organized by “Society of Midwifery India (SOMI) in association with SOMI Odisha chapter and Himalaya at KINS, KIIT Deemed to be University, BBSR on  30th October, 2018.

The Symposium was inaugurated by the dignitaries Prof. (Mrs.)  Amarita Lenka, Principal KINS, KIIT deemed to be University and Secretary, SOMI Odisha Chapter; Dr. M. Prakasamma Founder, Academy for Nursing Research and Women Empowerment and Research Studies(ANSWERS) and Founder of SOMI; Prof. Mitali Adhikari, President SOMI and Mrs. Mamata Nayak, Secretary of ANMs Association, Odisha.

At the outset, Mrs. Mamata Nayak, President ANMs Association delivered warm welcome address to the audience. Dr. M. Prakasamma Founder, ANSWERS and General Secretary of SOMI delivered her talk regarding the 'Role of ANMs in Public Health'. She highlighted the role of nurses and health visitors to provide care to the vulnerable mothers at the grass-root level.

Prof. (Mrs.) Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS, KIIT Deemed to be University delivered her talk on the  role of SOMI in improving maternal and new born health. She emphasized on skilled care before, during and after the delivery of a baby.

Dr. Nirmal Mahakud , Associate Professor of Department of Pediatrics, PBMH, KIMS discussed about the new born assessment and resuscitation. He highlighted the key points about how to prevent the birth asphyxia. The session was followed by the demonstration of new born resuscitation by Dr. Diptirekha Satpathy,  Department  of Pediatrics, PBMH, KIMS.

During the  Post Lunch Session, Prof. Kalyani Kala, Department of O&G, KINS  discussed about the various points for recognition of high risk mother and babies. Assistant Professor  Purnima Sahoo, Department of Pediatrics, KINS highlighted the importance of Mother and Baby bonding and home based new born care.

During the Valedictory Session, the team Himalaya presented various products of Himalaya to the delegates. The certificates were distributed by the dignitaries to all the participants. Finally the programme was concluded with Vote of Thanks by Assistant Professor Soumya Sonalika, Department of CHN, Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences.

Celebration of World Breast Feeding Week - 2018

World Breast Feeding Week-2018 (1st to 7th August) was celebrated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences on the Theme “Breast Feeding: Foundation of Life”. On 4th August a role play was enacted by 2nd year GNM students at O&G ward, PBMH, KIMS to create awareness among mothers regarding the benefits of breast feeding. On 7th August awareness campaign was organized by the faculty & students of 1st year GNM at UHTC, Niladri Vihar, Bhubaneswar.

On 6th August theme based symposium was organized by 1st year M.Sc(N) students of KINS at KIMS Auditorium. Quiz competition was held among students of KINS & conducted by Ms. Rasmita Sethi & Ms. Elina Jena Tutor of KINS. There were 5 groups & the group 5 won the 1st prize.

The post lunch session was started with film shooting competition among the students of KINS. The competition was evaluated by the judges from different  branches of KIIT Deemed to be University. Mr. Ganeswar Mohapatra, Assistant Professor, KIIT School of Film & Media Sciences, Dr. Sonali Kar, Professor, Department of Community Medicine, KIMS & Prof. Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS. The prize owned by the 3rd year B.Sc(N) students.

The formal meeting was commenced with lamp lighting by esteemed dignitaries, followed by welcome address given by Prof.(Mrs.)Amarita Lenka, Principal, KINS. Key note address was presented by Prof.(Mrs.) Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS. The chief guest of the programme Mr. Saurav Bhattarcharjee, Nutrition specialist, UNICEF emphasized on the importance of breast feeding on first 1000 days of a child life. Prof. Hrushikesh Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, KIIT Deemed to be University focused upon the objectives of the day celebration followed by vote of thanks by Mrs. Kalyani Rath, Asso. Prof., KINS & the programme ended successfully.

Faculty Development Programme  

The Faculty Development Programme  intends to update the knowledge and skill of faculties and also provide opportunities to impart qualitative education to students. Like every year this year also Faculty development programme was conducted at KIIT,Deemed to be University from 24.06.2018 to 30.06.2018. Two days faculty development programme was organised exclusively for faculties at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences on 28.06.2018 & 29.06.2018 at LT- 5, KIDS from 9am to 5pm.The programme started at 9am with lamp lighting by the dignitaries and was inaugurated by Prof(Mrs) A. Lenka, Principal (CON)KINS by giving the welcome address to august gatherings. The first session of the day started at 9.30am by  Dr Nancy Fernandes, Principal , Lilabai Thackersey College of Nursing, Mumbai on the topic “Technology transformation affect our ability to deliver excellent care” followed by summerising by Prof(Mrs) Niyati Das,Vice principal,KINS followed by the group discussion & critics by respective faculty members.Second session of the day was taken by Dr S.J.Nalini Principal and Professor ,SRMC and RI (DU),Chennai on “Driving force for change ,cost and quality concern”. The discussion came to an end at 1.30pm followed by lunch. At 2.30 pm Mr.R.Asokan Asso.Prof KINS delivered on “Objective Structured Clinical Evaluation (OSCE)”in an interesting way. At 4pm there was a Skill demonstration by the faculty members on Antenatal palpation ,Neonatal resuscitation ,Active management of third stage of labour, Basic life support and adult resuscitation. The second day session started at 9 am on “challenges for nurse educator” by Dr S.J.Nalini in an interactive way followed by role play on current scenario of class room among teachers. At 11 am, Dr Nancy Fernandes, enlighten the faculty members on “transition of nursing practice to teaching role” with various ways .All the speakers were felicitated by Prof (Mrs) A. Lenka, Principal, Miss Pramoda Kumari Nayak Principal (S0N) KINS.Programme was ended by giving vote of thanks by  Prof(Mrs) Niyati Das to all speakers and the participants. Faculty Development programme of   this year was very much educative, interactive and beneficial for all faculties of KINS to enhance their knowledge and skill.

INTERNATIONAL NURSES WEEK - 2018

International Nurses Week -2018 was celebrated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences in KIMS Auditorium, KIIT Deemed to be University on the theme   Nurses : A voice to lead – Health is a human right”.

From 10.05.2018 to 11.05.2018 for two days various competitions like Mr. /Mrs. & Miss KINS, Collage, Rangoli, Quiz, Tug of War is held in KIMS Auditorium by the faculty members of KINS. For all the competition the judges were invited from PBMH KIMS, KIIT International School, Department of Publication & Administrative Department of KIIT.

Sl. No.

Date

Name of the Event  for faculties

Name of the Judges

Winners

Theme for the Events

1.

10/05/18

Miss/ Mrs. & Mr., KINS

i) Mrs. Sucheta Priyabadini, Director of KSAC
ii) Mrs. Smita Mohanty, Director Protocol
iii) Mr. Suryan Rath, Asst. Coreographer, Bolly wood

1) Miss - Swarnaprava Samal.
2) Mrs. – Anusuya Behera

3) Mr. -  Asokan.R

 

2.

10/05/18

Collage

i) Dr.Abhipsa Mishra, Dept. of O & G PBMH, KIMS
ii) Mr.Satyabrata Das, Head Publication Cell
iii) Mrs.Chinmayee Panda,Eminent Writer

Mr. Chandan Pradhan
Ms. Purnima Sahoo
Asst. Prof. ,KINS
Mrs. Nilam Mishra, KINS

Emerging technology and its impact on nursing practice.

3

10/05/18

Rangoli

i) Mr. Satyabrata Das, Head Publication Cell
ii) Mrs. Chinmayee Panda, Eminent Writer
iii)Dr. Meera Das

Ms. Debasmita Mohapatra – 1st
Mrs. Anusuya Behera – 2nd
Mrs. Nilam Mishra – 3rd

 

Health is a human right.

4.

11/05/18

Quiz

Organized by Sukriti Biswas & Mrs. Pritilgna Dash, Tutor ,KINS

Group- 4 – 1st
Group – 1 – 2nd

 

5.

11/05/18

Tug of War

Organized by  Mrs. Tapaswini Swain & Mrs. Angel Merry Paul Dani, Tutor, KINS

Group - A

 

On 11th May – 2018 the post lunch session began with beautiful performances by talented students of CON & SON of KINS. All the staff and students thoroughly enjoyed various performances like song, dance etc. The day ended with a wonderful skit performed by all the talented students of KINS based on the biography of Florence Nightingale.
12.05.2018
Celebration of International Nurses Day
KINS observed International Nurses Day as a part of 198th birthday of Miss. Florence Nightingale, founder of Modern Nursing on 12th May 2018.
The programme was started with lamp lighting & oath taking ceremony by col. Susamma Sahu, NS, PBMH KINS who gave oath to the first year B.Sc.Nursing and GNM students.

The formal meeting started sharp at 12.05p.m. with the lamp lighting by esteemed dignitaries – Dr. Asha P. Shetty, Prof. Cum Principal, CON AIIMS, BBSR, Odisha: Chief Guest, Dr. Sanghamitra Pati, Director, ICMR, RMRC, BBSR: Guest of honour, Prof. Hrushikesha Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, KIIT Deemed to be University, Col. Susamma Sahu, NS, PBMH KIMS, Prof. (Mrs.) Amarita Lenka Principal KINS and Prof. (Mrs.) Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS.
All the dignitaries were welcomed to the dias and presented with flower bouquet. Followed by lighting the lamp by the dignitaries, a welcome song was presented by the faculties of KINS. Welcome address was given by Prof. (Mrs.) Amarita Lenka; she welcomed all the dignitaries on and off the dias and also encouraged and congratulated the new comers.

Prof. Hrushikesha Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, KIIT Deemed to be University addressed the gathering and praised the Nursing profession in his speech. Col. Susamma Sahu, NS, PBMH KINS, congratulated all the students who had taken Oath and also shared briefly about contribution of Florence Nightingale in Nursing. This was followed by felicitation of chief guest and guest of Honour of the day with a memento and bouquet by Vice Chancellor, KIIT  Prof.(Mr.) Hrushikesha Mohanty and Prof. (Mrs.) Amarita Lenka,Principal, KINS. Dr. Sanghamitra pati, Director ICMR, RMRC, BBSR, Dr. Asha P. Shetty, Principal CON, AIIMS addressed the gathering & encouraged the students to implement the advance technologies in nursing care and also elaborated about the importance of nurses as well as health team in the health care delivery system in our country.

The annual magazine of KINS ‘KARA’ was released by all the dignitaries after a brief report regarding the journey of “KARA” by Mrs. Angel Merry Paul Dani. Release of the magazine was followed by prize distribution to all the winners. (Mr.) Asokan R., Associate Professor of  MSN Dept. was awarded as “ Best Teacher” of the year 2018. The best outgoing student award was bagged by Soumika Devnath from M. Sc. Nursing, Soubhagya Ranjan Khillar from B. Sc. nursing and Ramesh Chandra from GNM nursing. Other prizes were also distributed by all the dignitaries to the winners of different events which was organized throughout the year. The formal function ended with a vote of thanks proposed by Prof. Niyati Das, Vice Principal KINS followed by delicious lunch. The day ended with talent show by all the faculty and students of KINS .With all the beautiful events, motivation and encouragement of speakers and showcase of talents the celebration of Nurses’ Day -2018 was indeed a great success.

International Midwives Day Celebration

International midwives day is celebrated worldwide since 1992.  Kalinga Institute Of Nursing Sciences in association with Society of Midwives India, Odisha chapter celebrated “International Midwives Day “on 5th May 2018 on the theme “Midwives leading the way with quality care” organised by faculty of KINS. The programme started with midwives marathon for mothers from Campus-6 to PBMH lawn by all the nurse midwives in early morning at 7am. The Marathon was flagged off  by the chief guest, Mr Partha Sarathi Ray, an eminent actor, Dr. Ravi Kumar, State Programme Officer, Jhpiego, Mrs Mamta Nayak, Secretary ANM Association, Odisha Prof Hrushikesh Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, KIIT Deemed To be University, Mr Sudhir Kumar Sathpathy, Director, KSPH , Mr Panchanan Parida, Management Representative, KIMS, Mr Satyabrata Das, Director Publication, KIIT Deemed to be University, and Mrs Amarita Lenka, Principal, CON, KINS accompanied by the member of ANM association Odisha, the staff nurses of PBMH, the faculties and students of BSc 3rd and GNM 3RD year students of KINS. At 8:30 am a formal meeting was followed by the welcome song by the students of KINS. Mrs A. Lenka, Principal, College of Nursing addressed the gathering, Mrs Mamta Nayak, Secretary ANM association Odisha emphasized on the various government programmes for the maternal and child care along with transformation of midwives skill with the current technologies. Mrs Deepali Mohanty, Supervisor, O and G Ward PBMH, KIMS highlighted over role of nurse in providing maternity care. Prof Hrushikesh Mohanty focused upon the leading role of midwives in health care delivery system, Mr Panchanan Parida appreciated the role of midwives in hospital, Mr Partha Sarathi Ray, eminent actor highlighted about the noble profession and contribution of a midwife towards society. Vote of thanks was delivered by Associate (Prof) Mrs Kalyani Rath, CON, KINS. At 11 am, a role play was conducted to create awareness among mothers on the theme by GNM 3RD year students at O and G OPD, PBMH KIMS.

Safe Motherhood Day-2018

Kalinga Institute of nursing sciences observed safe motherhood day-2018 in association with SOMI Odisha chapter on 11th of April-2018 in KIMS Auditorium. One day Intercollege competition was organized among the students of various colleges & schools of Nursing in Odisha.

The Programme started sharp at 10.30 am with lighting the lamp by the chief guest and other dignitaries. Dignitaries present on the dice were Dr. Sanghamitra Pati Director, ICMR, RMRC, BBSR  was the chief guest for the programme, Mrs. Basanti Behera, Secretary, ONMEB, BBSR & Mrs.Laxmi Tudu,Registrar,ONMC,BBSR was the guest of honour for the programme, Mr Panchanan Parida ,Management Representative, KIMS,KIIT Deemed University, and  Dr. Jyoshna mayee Panda department of O&G PBMH, Prof. Mrs Amrita Lenka, Principal, CON, KINS. Dr. Sanghamitra Pati Director, ICMR, RMRC, BBSR emphasized on importance of nurses in reducing maternal mortality rate and infant mortality rate in her speech. Mrs.Laxmi Tudu,Registrar,ONMC,BBSR addressed the key issues in maternal health. Mrs. Basanti Behera, Secretary, ONMEB, BBSR highlighted on different programme on safe motherhood. Welcome song was presented by the students. Prof. Mrs Amrita Lenka Principal(CON) KINS  addressed the gathering. Mrs. Kalyani Rath, Asso. Professor (KINS)  unfolded the theme & the theme for this year is “Amplify Women’s voice for quality, Equity and dignity (QED) for improved maternal Health” .
Various competition ie. poster, elocution & mime show were held throughout the day.

Posters made by the students on the theme on ‘birth preparedness’ were displayed for audience and the evaluators. In this competition 34 students participated and was evaluated by two judges Dr.Jyoshnamayee  Panda Associate Prof. department of O&G PBMH, KIMS & Col. Sushamma  Sahoo, nursing superintendent PBMH, KIMS.The 1st prize owned by  Kalinga School of Nursing, BBSR. 2nd prize owned by  Kalinga Instituute of Nursing Sciences and 3rd prize owned by Lord Jagannath Mission College and School of Nursing.

Elocution  competition started from 11.30pm-1:30pm with 27 numbers of participants from various nursing colleges and schools which was judged by Mrs. Dharitri Swain, Asst. Professor, AIIMS, BBSR & Mrs. Joyce  Mathew Principal Aswini School of Nursing Cuttack. The topic for the elocution was ‘Healthy mother and Healthy Nation’. The 1st prize owned by AIIMS College of Nursing, BBSR,2nd prize owned by Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences,KIIT, BBSR  & 3rd prize owned by LJM College & School of Nursing, BBSR.

Post lunch session was started with mime show competition on the theme “Respectful maternal care” by the participants from various colleges and Schools of Nursing. Total 8 groups were there to perform & judged by Prof. Mrs Anuradha Panda, Principal LJM College and School of Nursing and Prof.Mrs Ritanjali Sahoo Principal College of Nursing Cuttack. The 1st prize owned by LJM College & School of Nursing, BBSR,2nd prize  owned by College of Nursing, Cuttack & 3rd prize owned by AIIMS College of Nursing ,BBSR

The valedictory session started at4pm which is chaired by Prof. A. Lenka, Principal (CON), KINS, Prof  Mrs Niyati Das Vice principal (CON) KINS, Prof. Mrs Ritanjali Sahoo Principal CON Cuttack, Prof. Mrs  Anuradha Panda principal LJM college  & school of Nursing. Prizes & certificates were distributed to the winners and the participants by the dignitaries. Finally Prof. Mrs Niyati Das Vice Principal(CON) KINS gave the vote of thanks & the program was conducted successfully.

 
World health day celebration -2018

The World Health Day is a global health awareness day celebrated every year on 7th April under the sponsorship of WHO and other organisation. Like every year World health day 2018 was celebrated by Kalinga Institute Of Nursing Sciences on 7th April .Different activities were organised among the students of KINS based on the theme “UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE: EVERYONE ,EVERYWHERE”.A blood donation camp was organised in collaboration with blood bank, PBMH, KIMS. The effort of Professor  Amarita Lenka, Principal, CON and Mrs Kulumina Dash ,Programme coordinator ,CON along with  faculties and students of KINS were acknowledged by Prof. Hrusikesh Mohanty, Vice-Chancellor, KIIT Deemed to be University,Mr Panchanan Parida ,Management Representative, PBMH, KIMS, Prof. Dr. Jyotin Kumar Dash ,Principal, KIMS, Prof. (Dr.) S. B. Ogale, Director ,PBMH, Prof. Dr. S. K. Sathpathy, Director, KSPH and Dr. Lalita Patnaik, CMO,KIMS as they visited ,encouraged, appreciated  .Dr N. Brahma along with  his team cooperated in this camp and 39 units of blood was collected and  focused on Art of Giving effectively. The role play was performed at Panda Park Basti ,Niladri Vihar,Bhubaneswar by the student of BSc 2nd year and GNM 3rd year  in the guidance of Asst.Prof. Mrs.Soumya Sonalika  and  accompanied by Miss Pramoda Kumari Nayak ,Principal,SON and  Prof.Mrs Niyati  Das,Vice Principal,CON,KINS.There were around 150 numbers of audience from the Panda Park Basti ,Niladri Vihar .
The afternoon session commenced with lighting the lamp   by the dignitaries.Prof. Mrs A.Lenka addressed the gathering. Prof. (Dr.)  Sudhir Kumar Sathpathy,Director ,KIIT School of Public Health unfolded the theme of the day and highlighted on the importance of the day. Prof.Dr.Jyotin Kumar Dash, Principal, KIMS emphasized on WHO activities for improvement of health facilities. Major Gen (Dr)P.K.Pattnaik ,Medical Superintendent,PBMH,KIMS delivered speech  on true scenario of current health status of our country. Prof (Dr) S.B.Ogale, Director ,PBMH, KIMS focused on improvement of health care .Mr Panchanan Parida ,Management Representative,PBMH,KIMS highlighted on founder Prof Achyuta Samant’s dedication towards KISS University and his contribution in health care.Prof  Rambabu Kodali ,Pro Vice Chancellor ,KIIT ,Deemed To Be University elaborated with his vibrant words about health as the most valuable resource”Human capital”and concluded with the magical words of Lord Buddha.At last,Prof  Mrs.A.Lenka  felicitate Prof Rambabu Kodali ,Pro Vice Chancellor  followed by  vote of thanks by Prof Mrs Niyati Das ,Vice Principal,CON,KINS.After the formal meeting a quiz competition  was held among students of  KINS and conducted by Mrs Soumya Sonalika ,Asst Prof and Ms Elina Jena, Tutor.There were five groups Karl,Koch,Kirchoff,Kraepelon,Kendrick and the Koch group won with highest score .There was a poster competition held on the same day judged by  Prof. Ansuman Panigrahi, Dept of Community Medicine ,KIMS and Miss Payel Dash, B.Sc. Nursing 1st year won the first prize .

Seminar Nursing Research

Nursing research provides evidence used to support nursing practices.A one day seminar was organised by the faculties of KINS on 26.3.18 from 2 –5 pm in the LT- 6 at KIDS .Dr. Bhaskar Thakur, Asst. Prof. Statistics, KIMS was invited to grace the occasion. The educational venture commenced with the lighting of lamp by the Principal and senior faculties of KINS along with Dr .Bhaskar Thakur. The first topic of seminar was on “Hypothesis” conducted by Prof  Mrs. Kalyani Kala, KINS.Then the next presentation was research design by Mrs Soumya Sonalika, Asst.Prof, KINS which was highly educative and interesting one. The next session on “Research Proposal” conducted by Mrs.Sanjukta Dixit, Tutor, KINS. Mrs Pramila Baxla ,Asst.Prof,KINS enumerated the different styles of bibliography writing followed by the last session  by Mrs .Purnima Sahoo on ”Research Report”. She highlighted types of report writing with suitable examples. The seminar ended up with vote of thanks given by Mrs. Jaysmini Mohanty, Tutor, KINS.

SEMINAR ON NURSING PROCESS

A series of steps designed for nurses to provide best quality care is nursing process. It is skeletal frame work for nurses to render care to the patients .A two days seminar was organized by faculty of KINS on 19th & 20th february 2018 on the topic "Nursing Process". The program was inaugurated on the first day with lighting of the lamp by Prof.Mrs. Amrita Lenka, Principal, CON, KINS .Prof .Mrs. Amrita Lenka welcomed the gathering. Students from B.Sc Nursing 1st year, GNM 1st year, MSc Nursing 1st year and faculties of nursing participated in the program. The first scientific session commenced with “Introduction Of Nursing Process” by Ms. Jayasmini Mohanty ,Tutor ,KINS followed by second scientific session on “Nursing Assessment” by Mr Nityananda Pattanaik , Tutor , KINS and the last scientific session was presented by Ms. Sailabala Sahoo ,Tutor, KINS on “Nursing Diagnosis”. On the second day the first scientific session was dealt by Ms Sukriti Biswas, Tutor on “Nursing Planning” followed by second scientific session by Mrs Soumya Sonalika, Asst. Professor on “Nursing Implementation” and last scientific session was delivered by Mrs. Sasmita Nayak, Tutor, KINS on “Nursing Evaluation”. The Seminar Programme ended with vote of thanks by Mrs Soumya Sonalika,Asst Prof. KINS.

REPORT ON NURSING RESEARCH

Research is the quest to explore the hidden and refine the existing body of knowledge. It has become the life-line of every teaching institution. With this aim, one day seminar was organised by the faculties of KINS on 27.2.2018 from 2 –5 pm in the 1st year B.Sc classroom. Dr. Bhaskar Thakur, Asst. Prof. Statistics, KIMS was invited to grace the occasion. The educational venture commenced at 2 pm with the lighting of lamp by the Principal and senior faculties of KINS. The first session of seminar was on “Steps of research process” conducted by Mrs. Kalyani Rath, Asso. Professor, KINS. She highlighted the fundamentals and steps of research. Next session started at 3pm by Prof. Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS explained regarding the conceptual framework which was highly educative and interesting one and Dr. Thakur also gave some input on the topic. Afterwards, there was a 10 mins tea-break followed by the last session on “Sampling technique” conducted by Mr. Asokan R, Asso. Professor, KINS.

INAGURATION OF MCH SKILL LABORATORY AND VIRTUAL CLASS ROOM

MCH skill laboratory and Virtual classroom inaugurated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) KIIT deemed to be University on 16th February 2018. The program started with lamp lighting by the dignitaries from Odisha Nursing Council, JHPIEGO team and KIMS team .Prof.Mrs. Amrita Lenka Principal KINS addressed the gathering followed by the grand opening of MCH Skill Laboratory by Dr. Kajal Dixit Additional Director Nursing, Mrs. Padmabati Behera, Deputy Director Nursing, Mrs. Laxmimoni Tudu Registrar,Odisha Nurses and Midwives Council, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Singh National Program Manager, JHPIEGO, Dr Anita Anasuya ,State team leader JHPIEGO , Dr. Ravi Kumar AV, State Program Officer JHPIEGO,Ms Annie Priscilla Senior Program Officer, JHPIEGO .The virtual classroom inaugurated by Mr. P. Parida , Management Representative,KIMS, Dr. M.R Nayak, Director Planning, KIIT Deemed to be University, Prof.(Dr) B.C.Das, Professor Emeritus, KIMS, Prof. Sudhakar B.Ogale, Director, PBMH, KIMS Prof.(Dr.) Jatin Kumar Dash ,Principal KIMS, Col. Mrs. Susama Sahoo ,Nursing Superintendent PBMH, KIMS and Prof.Mrs. Amrita Lenka Principal KINS. Dr. Ravi Kumar AV, State Program Officer JHPIEGO given the brief introduction regarding importance of virtual class room along with MCH Skill laboratory. All the guests visited different skill stations arranged by faculties of KINS and appreciated the whole set up.

USAID team to witness pre service education (pse) strengthening activities

On 19th January, officials from USAID India (Ms. Ramona M EL Hamzaoui, Deputy Mission Director, Dr Xerses Sidhwa, Chief of Health and Mr. Vijay Paul Raj, Project Management Specialist) and Jhpiego India (Dr Bulbul Sood, Country Director, Dr Anita Anasuya, State Team Leader, Dr Ravikumar AV, State Program Officer and Ms. Annie Priscilla, Senior Program Officer) visited KINS. The purpose of visit was to observe the USAID-APS supported activities in the state of Odisha for improving the quality of pre-service education, and interact with management. The team felt warmly welcomed in traditional Odisha style.Prof. Ms. Amrita Lenka briefed the team regarding the quality of nursing education in Private sector in Odisha and the strengthening activities carried out by KINS.

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS)  is supported under the USAID-APS project in partnership with Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University,  to strengthen Pre-Service Nursing-Midwifery Education (PSE) in the private sector through standard Based Recognition  and Management approach, thereby contributing to strengthening the delivery of high-impact RMNCH+A (Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Adolescence) interventions. There have been efforts to leverage the institution’s own resources, thereby improving the sustainability of PSE strengthening, as per standards established by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India, and Indian Nursing Council.

The team visited the Skill lab and witnessed skill demonstration by faculty members to students. The Skill laboratory provides an opportunity for skill based training using mannequins to enable humanistic training to students. Later the team visited the Virtual classroom session being done for the faculty from different institutions across Odisha. The virtual classroom provides an opportunity to leverage information technology tools to build the capacity of faculty and students in private nursing training institutions.Both the events were followed by interactions with faculty and students to understand how the USAID supported project has been able to strengthen quality of PSE.The visiting officials appreciated the efforts taken by KINS and wished other private nursing institutions in Odisha adopt the same for quality of Pre-Service Education.

The team visited Kalinga Institute of social Sciences (KISS) and interacted with students and officials on the service being rendered towards welfare of tribal students.

Welcome Ceremony ‘‘Kahlan’’-2017

Welcome Ceremony ‘‘Kahlan’-2017
Welcome ceremony of 1st yr M.Sc(N),B.sc(N) and GNM students was celebrated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences in KIMS Auditorium, KIIT on 15th December- 2017. At 11am the formal meeting was Inaugurated by lighting the lamp by respected dignitaries. There was a welcome song performed by 2nd year students, followed by welcome address by Prof. (Mrs.) Amrita Lenka, Principal(CON), KINS. She delivered a motivational speech to the students regarding  the  better carrier in Nursing at KIIT followed by Mr. P.Parida, Management representative, KIMS addressed the gathering and welcome the newly joined students. Col. Mrs Susama Sahu, Nursing superintendent, PBMH, KIMS welcome the fresher’s students and shared her views regarding importance of nursing profession and providing quality care to the patients. Prof Sasmita Samanta, Registrar,KIIT addressed the gathering by igniting the motivation regarding current trends of Nursing profession, its expanded and extended roles. Prof.Hrushikesh Mohanty, Vice Chancellor, KIIT addressed the gathering. Chief guest Prof. (Dr.) Achyuta Samanta, Founder, KIIT and KISS highlighted  in his speech about Nursing Skills and congratulate and welcome all the newly joined students. Prof(Ms.) Pramoda Kumari Nayak, Principal(SON) KINS offered a cordial vote of thanks to the gathering.

Observation of World Aids Day

Observation of World Aids Day
On 1st December-2017 World AIDS day was observed in Kalinga institute of nursing sciences. On the eve of World AIDS Day the faculties and students of KINS organized one day health awareness programme to sensitize the students regarding the theme of the day. The programme was started with lamp lighting by Prof (Mrs) A. Lenka, Principal KINS (CON), Prof. P K. Nayak, (Principal, SON) & Prof. Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS. The theme of the day was “Right to health”, keeping the theme in mind various competitions were conducted among the students like Debate, Role play and panel discussion. For all the competitions the judges were invited from KINS and other departments of Kalinga institute industrial technology. Total 34 students were participated in Debate competition and the competition was being judged by Prof.Kalyani Kala, Mr.R Asokan and Mrs Suchismita Sahooand the winners for1st, 2nd and 3rd Positions were Ms.Atulina Dipti Toppno M.sc2nd year, Ashansita Mukherjee B.Sc. (N)1st year Ms. Maity Das, M.sc1st year  respectively. Next programme was panel discussion and it was headed by B.Sc(N) 4th yr and it was a very interactive programme. Then the last programme was Role play and 5 groups were participated. The judges for role play were Mr Satyabrata Das, Head, Publication cell, Mrs. Kulumina Dash, (Prof) Mrs.Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS and fourth year B.Sc (N) students were the winner. B.Sc and M.Sc Nursing students were been involved for candle rally which was organized by KIMS from KIIT campus to lawn of KIMS Hospital at 5pm.
Lastly the prizes and certificate were distributed among the students by respective Judges and programme was ended with vote of thanks by Mrs. Malini Digal Asst Prof, CHN Department.

World Antibiotic Awareness Week

The World Antibiotic awareness programme-2017 was observed in kalinga institute of nursing sciences on 18th November  2017,to celebrate the occasion, the faculties and students  of  1st   year M.sc nursing organized one day seminar on “World  antibiotic awareness programme. The aim of the seminar was to impart knowledge and aware about antibiotics and its resistance among 1st year M.sc nursing students, 3rd year GNM and 2nd year B.Sc. nursing students.
The seminar was inaugurated at 2.30 pm with lighting the lamp by Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS, KIIT followed by unfolding the theme “Seek advice from a qualified Healthcare professional before taking antibiotics”.The scientific session was started at 2.30 P.M by Ms. Swarnalata Singh M. Sc(N) 1st year KINS with Introduction to Antibiotic. The next topic was Introduction to antibiotic resistance highlighted  by Indresh Gupta M.sc(N) 1st year, Public awareness of Antibiotic resistance was discussed by Miss Debashruti  Bhunia M.Sc(N) 1st year, Causes and threats  of antibiotic resistance was briefly discussed by Mrs. Archana Parida, M.sc(N) 1st year, How to stop antibiotic resistance was emphasized by Heeramani Hansdah M.sc(N) 1st year, Action plan on Antimicrobial Resistance was presented by Pragyanshree Nanda M. Sc(N) 1st year, Antimicrobial resistance, A Public Health challenge and priority  was described by Mrs.Kalyani Rath M.Sc(N) 1st year, Promote Safe use of antibiotic by Maitri das M.sc(N) 1st year, Role in controlling and prevention of antibiotic resistance was elaborated by Anisha Murmu and Anindita Mandal M. Sc(N) 1st year, followed by role play related to antibiotic resistance was performed by B.sc nursing 2nd year, Role of nurse in antibiotic Resistance was discussed by Mrs. Rashmi Ranjita Parhi M. Sc(N) 1st year. The open discussion related to the topics was done by the students and the faculties.The programme was concluded with vote of thanks by Maitri Das M.Sc (N) 1st year.

ALZHEIMER’S DAY-2017

The World Alzheimer’s day -2017 was observed in kalinga institute of nursing sciences on 21st September 2017,to celebrate the occasion, the faculties and students  of  3rd  year B.sc nursing   organized one day seminar on ‘Understanding Alzheimer’s disease’ . The aim of the seminar was to impart knowledge and update regarding Alzheimer’s disease to 3rd year GNM and 3rd year B.Sc. nursing students.

The seminar was inaugurated at 2.30 pm with lighting the lamp by Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS, KIIT followed by unfolding the theme “REMEMBER ME”. The scientific session was started at 2.50 P.M by Mrs Suchismita Sahoo, Asst Prof, and KINS with introduction to topic and importance of the world Alzheimer’s Day. Ms. Disha sinha 3rd year B.sc (N) student discussed the overview and facts of Alzheimer’s disease. She highlighted on history & development and facts of Alzheimer’s diasease. Next session was on casuses and risk factors by Ms. Ayushi biswas 3rd year B.sc (N) student, She explained regarding what are the causes and risk factors of Alzheimer disease .The next scientific session was discussed by Ms. Anwesha Ghara 3rd year B.sc (N) who emphasized on the pathophysiology of the disease. Sign and symptoms discussed by priya kumari 3rd year B.sc (N) and Mamata Kumari discussed the diagnosis procedures followed by Soumyashree Bose explained about various treatment modalities rehabilitation and complications of Alzheimer’s disease. The programme was concluded with vote of thanks by Mrs.Rashmi Ranjita parhi, Clinical Instructor, KINS, KIIT.

Understanding  Swine flu and its Prevention

Keeping in mind the current burning public Health problem in Odisha & around the globe a one day seminar was organized by the Dept. of Medical Surgical Nursing & Child Health Nursing department of KINS on the topic “Understanding Swine flu & its prevention”. The seminar was held at KIDS auditorium on 9th Aug 2017 from 2 pm to 5 pm.

All Faculties of KINS were present during the seminar. A total of 230 students comprising of 1st year M.Sc. (N), 1st year B.Sc. (N), 4th year B.sc. (N) students along with 3rd year &1st year GNM students participated in the seminar. The program was inaugurated by Prof (Mrs.) Amrita Lenka, principal, KINS by lighting the lamp followed by welcome address and unfolding of the theme. The chief guest of the program was Mr. Satyabrat Das Director of documentation & publications department KIIT.

1st session started with Introduction about Swine flu by Mr.R Asokan (Asso. Prof.KINS) regarding history, facts and definition of Swine flu. Next session was continued by Mr. Chandan Pradhan on the epidemiology, etiological factors, risk factors, transmission and classification of the disease followed by Mrs. Minati Das regarding Clinical manifestation and Diagnosis of Swine flu.

After tea break the 4th session was started by Ms. Rashmita Sethy regarding the treatment of Swine flu followed by the last session of the seminar by Mrs. S. Bhaktiswarupa about complication, prevention & home remedies of the disease. The seminar was very effective in enriching the knowledge of participants. At last the vote of thanks was given by Ms. Rashmita Sethy Tutor KINS.

XXVII State SNA Biennial Conference- 2017

XXVII state SNA Biennial conference -2017 was organised by Student Nurses’ Association of India,  TNAI Odisha state branch in association with Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences, KIIT , Bhubaneswar for two days from  05.08.2017 to 06.08.2017 based on the theme  –“Empowering Nurses Through Advanced Technology”. Total 550  participants including faculties from  different schools and colleges of odisha attended the conference .On 1st day of conference all participants were involved in rally at 8am from KINS to Magnet square with slogan and  SNA unit banner. The conference was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by the dignitaries at 11am in the KIMS auditorium . The inaugural session was proceed with a welcome song   by 3rd year B.SC (N) students. Chief guest Prof (Mrs) Sasmita Samanta Registrar, KIIT, Mrs  Padmabati  behera , DDN, Nursing, Mrs Fulana Dei state TNAI  President odisha,Ms saroj Nalini Pradhan state SNA advisor, Mrs. Kajal  Sinha state TNAI secretary,odisha and Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS, KIIT  conference convenor  were present . The welcome address was given by Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS as conference convener. The theme and  objectives of the conference were well explained by her. The Chief guest Prof (Mrs) Sasmita Samanta Registrar, KIIT delivered valuable message and appreciated to all Nurses for their  hard works and dedication and how this profession render care to everyone without discrimination. Mrs  Padmabati  Behera , DDN addressed the gathering on the theme. Mrs Fulana Dei state TNAI  President  read the SNA report of odisha state branch. The chief guest was felicitated by SNA Advisor. The different competitions were held within two days of conference such as Rangoli competitions, poster competition on various nusing subjects , Spot paintaining,Debate competition, quiz competition, personality competitions and scientific paper presentation. The judges for different events were invited from different colleges to evaluate the participants. The winner of various competitions were awarded with certificate and prizes. The Valedictory session was inaugurated  at 5 pm by the dignitaries . Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS and conference convener ,chief guest (Prof )S.Nanda, vice-chancellor, KIIT, Mrs Basanti Behera, secretary, ONMEB, Professional guest Dr.(Mrs) Laxmi Rana and Ms.S.N Pradhan, SNA Advisor. Chief guest. Prof S. Nanda, vice-chancellor highlighted on Nursing as a Nobel profession and  gave the brief description about SNA and TNAI followed by speech of  guest of honour Mrs Basanti  Behera ,secretary, ONMEB. Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka addressed the gathering and extended thanks to each participants of different colleges and schools of state of odisha.  All  judges and  respected members were felicitated .. Finally conference ended with vote of thanks by SNA Advisor Ms. Saroj Nalini Pradhan.  

Celebration of Breast Feeding Week

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences, celebrated“World breastfeeding week”-2017from 1st-7th Augonthe theme “Sustaining Breast feeding together” organized by the faculties and students  of KINS.
On 2st Aug a role play was enactedby 3rdyr GNM Studentsat O&G ward, PBMH, KIMSto create awareness among mothers regarding the benefits of breast feeding.
On 3rdAug theme based seminar was organised by 1st year M.Sc. (N) Students of KINS on the Topic “Sustaining Breast feeding together”at KIMS auditorium. The programme was inaugurated by Prof.(Mrs) Amrita Lenka, principal, KINS by lighting the lamp followed by welcome address and unfolding of the theme.Then the students highlighted as the different aspects of the theme.
The seminar was divided into two sessions: morning & evening sessions. A total of ten speakers from the Msc 1st year batch presented their topics on the following sub topics in support of World breast feeding week 2017:

  • Introduction
  • anatomy and physiology of breast
  • Review of themes
  • Nutrition, food security and poverty reduction
  • Survival health and well being
  •  Environment and climatic change.
  • Women productivity and employment
  • Warm chain support of  breast feeding
  • Summarization &conclusion

There was Question answer session also for the participants. Faculty & students of KINS attended the whole day programme. Seminar was very effective in enriching the knowledge of participants. At last vote of thanks was delivered by Ms. Ipsita Bagchi.

Faculty Development Programme-2017

Faculty development programme is an initiative of KIIT in strengthening knowledge & skill of all faculties to impart qualitative education programme. Like every year this year also Faculty development programme was conducted at KIIT from 24.06.2017 to 30.06.2017. Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) organized two days faculty development programme for the faculties of KINS on 29.06.2017 & 30.06.2017 at LT- 5, KIDS from 9am to 5pm.The programme started with lamp lighting by the dignitaries. Inauguration of the programme was done on 29.6.2017 at 9am by Prof(Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal college of nursing KINS, Prof(Mrs) Niyati Das, Vice Principal KINS and Prof.Angela Gnanadurai Principal, Jubilee Mission college of nursing, Kerala. The first session of the day started at 9.30am by Prof.Angela Gnanadurai on the topic Meta analysis as an  evidence in research and finished at 10.30 am followed by the group work given to the faculties. This session was followed by group discussion & critics by respective faculty members of KINS.

Second session of the day was taken by Dr. Anita Anusuya, State Team Leader JHPIEGO and her team on Virtual classroom teaching. There were lots of discussions about the feasibility of virtual class room setup in KINS. The discussion  came to an end at 1.30pm followed by lunch. After lunch at 2.30 pm Prof (Mrs) Tapathi Saha, HOD, Community health Nursing, SOA university gave an energetic talk on challenges of Nursing education in 21st century. There was a productive discussion among the faculty members to combact the challenges.Fourth session was started at 4pm by Mr.R.Asokan Asso.Prof KINS on the topic Professional development and accountabilities. This session enlighten the faculty members with the various ways to develop and groom themselves professionally.All the speakers were felicitated by Prof (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, and KINS at the end of the respective session.On 30.06.2017   the session started at 10am and all the faculties were involved in group work which was moderated by Mr.R.Asokan, Asso.Prof, KINS. Programme was concluded with thanks to all speakers and the participants.Faculty Development programme of   this year was very much educative, interactive and beneficial for all faculties of KINS to enhance their knowledge and skill.

CSST Training

Three-daysDAKSHATA “skills standardized Training programme” was Organized by jhpiego  in association with  Kalinga  institute of Nursing Sciences from 19th june - 21st june 2017.Total 16 participants were participated from different Institutions i.e. Viswas college of Nursing BBSR, Ramadevi school of Nursing kendrapada,kalinga school of Nursing BBSR and Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences BBSR.

On first dayThe training Programmewas  Inaugurated at 9am by Prof.S.K Rath, HOD Dept. of O&G and Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS, KIIT. welcome speech was delivered  by Prof  (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS who high-lighted in updating the knowledge with evidence based practice.

The Programme started with Pre-Training Knowledge assessmentand  OSCE by the resourceperson Mrs Annie Priscilla, Programme Coordinatorjhpiego which is followed by the discussion on “Importance of ensuring quality care in Labour room and current practices in client Management in Labour Room”.
“Triaging based on  history,examination and decision for level of care”was discussed in post lunch session. The first day training was completed at 5.30pm with review of the day’s activities.

On second day  the training Programme sharply  started at 9am with recap of first day activities. The first session started with discussion on Plotting of Partograph for monitoring labour. The second session started with the topic “essential practices before, during and after delivery”, Which  was very interactive and informative for the participants.. At 6pm the training completed with summary and review of the day’s activities.

On Third day the training programme started at  9am with Recap of day-1 and 2 with review of partograph exercise by participants. The next session started with  the discussion on “essential practices at the time of discharge”  which focused on thermal management, exclusive breast feeding, infection prevention, post-partum family planning counselling and discharge counselling on danger signs. The post lunch session started with“creating a quality enabling environment in labour rooms” which emphasized on organization of labour room as per GOI guidelines.post-training knowledge and practice of participants were assessed by questionnaire and OSCE.various group activities, interactive presentation  and demonstration of skill practice were undertaken by the participants during three days training programme. The training programme was highly skill based. Training  programmewas completed at 6pm with learners feed back of training.

Celebration of International Nurses Week-2017 International Nursesday, Oath Taking & Lamp Lighting Ceremony

Celebration of International Nurses Week-2017
International Nursesday, Oath Taking & Lamp Lighting Ceremony
International Nurses Week-2017 was celebrated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciencesin KIMSAuditorium, KIIT on the theme “Nurses: A voice to lead –Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal ”.

From 09.05.2017 various competitionswere organised like Debate,Essay,Quiz,Slogan,Spot painting and Mr and MissKINSFor the students Of KINS.For all thecompetitions the judges were invited from KIMS, KIDS,KINS ,KISS, PBMH of KIIT.


SL No

NAME OF THE EVENT FOR STUDENTS

 NAME OF JUDGES

WINNERS

1

Debate competition

Mr. satyabrata Das Head Publication cell, KIIT.

Mr. AbhinabMukharjee B.sc(N) 3rd year(1st)prize
Mr. Bhabesh sahoo B.Sc(N)3rdyear(2nd)prize
Ms.BhagyalaxmiSamalMSc(N)1st  year(3rd)Prize.

Dr.MeeraMahakud,KISS

Mrs. KulminaDash Programme co-ordinator,KINS.

2

Essay competition

Prof.(Mrs).KalyaniRath, HOD of O&G Dept Of KINS.

Aswini ku Behera MSc(N) 1st   year(1st)prize
Ms. Karishma Bal MSc(N) 1st  year (2nd)prize
Ms.BhagyalaxmiSamal MSc(N) 1st   year(3rd)prize

Mrs MaliniDigalAsstProf,CHN Department ,KINS

Mrs SuchismitasahooAsst Prof. Psychiatric Nursing.KINS.

3

Slogan competition

R. Asokan,Asso Prof, KINS,

Ramesh Chandra Guru GNM 3rd year, (1st)prize
Raj kumar Das B.sc(N) 2nd   year (2nd)prize
BhabeshsahooB.Sc(N)3rd yearyear(3rd)prize

Mrs SuchismitaSahoo, Asst.Prof, KINS.

Mrs.PranatiBiswal,Clinical Instructor,KINS.

4

Spot Painting

Mrs. PramilaBaxlaAsst.Prof,KINS
Ms.PrativaKheti, Tutor, KINS

Ms.BhagyalaxmisamalMSc(N) 1st year,(1st prize)
MeghaGhoshB.Sc(N) 3rd  year(2nd)prize
and SnigdhaKhamari B.sc(N) 2nd
Year(3rd)prize

5

Mr and Miss KINS

Dr.Jagdish Chandra Rath Asst.Prof, PBMH
Dr. SoumyaKantaMohanty, Asst. Prof OpthalmologyDepartment

Raj Kumar Das B.Sc Nursing 2ndyrB.sc(N).
.(Mr.KINS)
Ms.Sinthia paul B.Sc Nursing 3rd year(MISS KINS)

6

Quiz competition 

Organised by-
Mrs.RashmiRanjitaParhi,CI,KINS
Mrs.TapaswiniDash,Tutor,KINS.

Kuakhai group(1st)
Kaberi group(2nd)

On 10.05.2017 different competitions like slogan, musical chair, pentazone, song, quiz and Tug of warwere organized among faculties of  KINS. The Judges for different  competitions were invited from KIMS,KIDS and KINS.

SL No

NAME OF THE EVENT FOR FACULTIES

 NAME OF JUDGES

WINNERS

1

Slogan competition

Dr.SaradaCharanBal,Asso.Prof, Department of Dermatology,PBMH .

Miss PrativaKheti ,Tutor ,KINS(1st)Prize
,Mrs. Nibedita Mohanty Asst Prof , KINS(2nd)Prize
Mrs Nilam Mishra Tutor , KINS(3rd)prize

Mrs Gitanjali Mohanta ,DNS ,PBMH.

2

Musical chair compettition

Organised by-
Mrs.SuchismitaSahoo,Asst.Prof,KINS
Mr. ChandanPradhan, Asst. Prof,KINS.

Mrs.Nilam Mishra Tutor, KINS(1st)prize.
Ms.Pritilagna Dash Tutor,KINS(2nd)prize.
(Prof) Mrs.Niyati Das ,Vice Principal, KINS(3rd)prize

3

Pentazone competition

Organised by-
Mrs Nilam Mishra,Tutor
Ms.DebasmitaMohapatra,Tutor,KINS.

Mrs,Prativa Roy,tutor(1st)prize.
Mrs.Pranati Biswal,CI &Ms,Prativa Kheti,Tutor(2nd)prize
Mrs.Nilam Mishra,Tutor(3rd)prize

4

Song competition

Mr.KhageswarRout,Asst.Prof,ENTDepartment,PBMH.
Mrs,Kalyani Rath,Prof.KINS

Mrs.Rashmi Ranjita Padhi,CI(1st)prize
Mrs.Anusuya Behera,Tutor(2nd)prize
Ms.Debasmita Mohapatra,Tutor(3rd)prize

5

Tug of war

Organised by-
Mrs.Kulumina Dash
Ms.DebasmitaMohapatra,Tutor.

Group-A Won.

6

Quiz competition 

Organised by-
Mrs.KalyaniRath, Prof.KINS.
Mrs.Kulumina Dash, Progamme co-ordinator,KINS

Kasatandi group(1st)prize
kumudini group(2nd)prize

On 11.05.2017 a one day Seminar was conducted by M.SC Nursing  2nd year students  of KINS to sensitize the students regarding the theme of International Nurses week-2017 Theme “Nurses: A voice to lead –Achieving the Sustainable Development Goal ”. The Programme startedat 9amwith lighting the lamp by .Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal KINS(CON).All the 17th sustainable developmental goals were highlighted by M.SC Nursing second year students.

On 12th May 2017at 9am the programme was inaugurated with lamp lighting by esteemed dignitaries. There was a welcome song performed by 3rd year B.SC (N) students, followed by welcome address given by  Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS. Key note address was presented by Prof (Mrs)  Niyati Das HOD, Department of Child Health Nursing andCol(Mrs) SusamaSahu, Nursing Superintendent,PBMH enlightened about pioneer of Nursing Miss  Florence Nightingle and her contribution towards nursing profession in India. Followed by Ms.Pramoda Kumari Nayak ,Principal School of Nursing gave oath to the  First year B.Sc  and GNM Nursing students after lighting the lamp. Finally the programme was ended by  Vote of thanks  byMr. R .Asokan, Asst. Prof,KINS. Followed by cultural programme by B.Sc and GNM students.
At 5pm the formal meeting was Inaugurated by lighting the lamp by respected dignitaries. There was a welcome song performed by 3rd year B.SC (N) students, followed by welcome address by Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS.she has delivered a  Motivational speech to the students regarding the importance of nursing and how they can effectively use the knowledge and skills in their practice for providing quality care to the patients. Prof. P.P Mathur, Vice Chancellor, KIIT addressed the gathering. Prof (Dr) B.C Das, Advisor, KIMS emphasised on work of Nurses and their  dedication towards patients care. Prof R.N Dash Secretary of KIIT and KISS enlighten the impotance of Nursing. Chief guest Prof. (Dr.) Achyuta Samanta, Founder, KIIT and KISS highlighted  in his speech about NursingSkills and congratulate all the oath taking students.Honourable Founder KIIT & KISS awarded Best faculty to Mrs(Prof) Kalyani Rath Department of  O &G of KINS.Best outgoing student Prize was grabbed byNirmalaThongram from Msc Nursing second year .Best outgoing student prize was won by Miss Puja Sinha Mohapatra B.Sc(N) 4th year and best outgoing student prize was won by Miss Pallavi Dalei Intern GNM.Other prizes to faculty and students were distributed by  prof(Dr) B.C Das,Advisor KIMS and Prof.S.B.Ogale, Director,KIMS,PBMH.lastly programme was ended at 6pm by giving vote of thanks by Prof(Ms.) PramodaKumariNayak,Principal School of Nursing.

Celebration of International Midwives’ Day

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences, KIIT celebratedInternational Midwives’Dayon 5th May 2017on the theme“Midwives,Mothers and Families: partners for life”. Which was organized by of Departmentof O&G Nursing and Pediatric Nursing KINS, KIIT.
The Programme was started by Mrs. Annie Priscilla, Programme officer, Jphiego and with the training of  Faculties of KINS on different skill I,e plotting of Partograph,Active management of 3rd stage of labor and Neonatal Resuscitation.

The Formal inauguration was held at 12 Noon by lighting the lampby respected dignitaries. Welcome address was givenby  Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal KINS which was followed by Key note address given byMrs.SuchismitaSahoo,Asst  Professor, KINS.Prof. Jyotin Kumar Dash, Principal KIMSshared his personal experiences and the importance of Midwives in Managing critical situation. (MajorGen)Dr.P.K Pattnaik, Medical Superintendent, PBMH emphasized on development of midwifery practice on his talk.Prof(Dr.) S.K Rath, HOD of O&G  highlighted the contribution of Midwives in reducing MMR & IMR.Mrs SusamaSahu, Nursing Superintendent shared the existingpractices of midwifery in India.Finally Vote of thanks was Proposed  by Prof.(Mrs.) Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS, KIIT.

Post lunchscientific session was started at 3.30pm with skill stations for the 3rd year B.Sc(N) and GNM  students .The first skill station“Plotting of Partograph” was demonstrated by Mrs. AnusuyaBehera, Tutor, KINS, second skill stations on “Active Management of third stage of labor” was demonstrated byMrs. PramilaBaxla, Asst.Prof, KINS. The third skill station on “Neonatal Resuscitation” was demonstrated by Ms. Purnima Sahoo, Asst. Prof,KINS .The students were divided in groups(20 students in each) observed various skill stations.The Programme was concluded at 5pm with thanks to all.

1st International Nursing Conference (INC-2016)

Keeping up with the virtues of KIIT, Mr. Chandan Pradhan; faculty of KINS (CON) along with seven M.Sc. Nursing IInd year students attended the 1st International Nursing Conference on “Recent Advances in Nursing Education, Nursing Research, Nursing Care & Psychiatry Nursing” organized by Institute of Nursing Education & Research, New Delhi. The conference was held for two days on 25th & 26th of Nov 2016 in YMCA Hostel: New Delhi.
There were a total of 15 sessions during the course of two days. At the end of first day’s sessions, scientific paper presentations were held. Being the first paper presenter of the day, Mr. C.Pradhan presented his paper ‘Comparing two teaching strategies on knowledge & skills of undergraduate nursing students’. Students along with audience took part in the critics and discussions during the various paper presentations.
On 26th Mr. C.Pradhan with three (MSN Specialty-II) students also participated in NURSICON-2016 “Lines & Surgical Drains: the more you know the safer it gets” conference cum workshop on PICC line insertion & Stoma care organized by Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute & Research Centre at Hotel Crown Plaza, Delhi.
Overall it was a great learning experience for the students and faculty through the conference. They returned back after one day site seeing tour of New Delhi.

State Level One-Day Seminar Of Somi, India

State level one-day Seminar was organised by Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences in association with SOMI, India on theme “Caring for mothers & their newborns” on 19/11/2016 at KINS, KIIT. The Programme was inaugurated with lighting the lamp by Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal, CON, KINS, Prof. (Dr) T.M. Mohapatra, Pro VC,(R & D) KIMS, Prof.(Dr) P. Mukherjee, Director, O&G and Pediatrics, Prof. (Dr) S.C Dash, Emeritus Professor, Prof (Dr) S.K Rath , HOD, O&G, PBMH, Shri Satyabrat Das, Director, Publication, Documentation, KIIT. Registration was started at 9am with 200 participants from 8 nursing institutes of Odisha along with KINS & KIMS staff members. The Seminar was inaugurated sharp at 10.30 am with lighting the lamp near Lord Jagannath followed by a marvellous welcome song by B,sc 3rd year students. Prof Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS delivered welcome address to the participants. Inaugural address was delivered by Prof. (Dr) T.M. Mohapatra, Pro VC,(R & D) KIMS followed by Prof.(Dr) P. Mukherjee, Director, O&G and Pediatrics, Prof. (Dr) S.C Dash, Emeritus Professor, Prof (Dr) S.K Rath , HOD, O&G, PBMH. Mr R. Ashokan, Asso Pofessor, KINS delivered vote of thanks for this inaugural session of State level one-day Seminar.

Scientific session was started after tea break at 11.15am. The first speaker Dr. Krishna Priyambada, Asst. Professor, Dept of O&G, PBMH, KIMS orated on ‘Birth planning for safety & health of mother & babies’. After presentation discussion was open to the floor. Next speaker Prof. Niyati Das, HOD, Dept of Paediatric Nursing discussed on “Newborn skin care module”.

Post launch session was conducted by third speaker of seminar Mrs Geetarani Nayak, Asso Professor, Dept of paediatric nursing, SUM Nursing College, SOA University discussed on “Newborn skin care module”. Then Mrs Dharitri Swain, Asst. Professor, College of Nursing AIIMS, Bhubaneswar delivered her talk on “Opportunities & challenges teachers face and discussed best practices for overcoming obstacles”. Last esteemed speaker of Seminar was Prof. Anusuya Pattnaik, Principal (CON) DRIEMS, Cuttack, who highlighted on “Monitoring & mentoring ASHAs for continued care of newborn at home.” One-day seminar was sponsored by Johnson & Jhonson. Seminar participation certificates were distributed to all the participants of 8 Nursing institutions. Mrs N. Sadhana Priyadarshini, Tutor KINS offered cordial vote of thanks to all participants of one-day seminar and the seminar was completed at 6pm successfully.

World Heart Day Celebration - 2016

Cardiovascular diseases are becoming a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in industrialized Coronary Artery Disease has become the most important cause of premature death and disability in the population. World Heart Day was founded in 2000 for awareness regarding heart disease and stroke.This year (2016) theme was“Creating heart-healthy environments”.
World Heart Day was celebrated by Cardiology Department of PBMH& KINS on 29th September, 2016. Morning 6.30 am to 8.30am acardiac awareness rally was organized by the Dept. of Cardiology (KIMS) from Patia square to PBMH. Eminent Cardiologists of KIMS along with 2nd year B.Sc. students &2nd year M.Sc. nursing students from KINS participated in the rally.
After rally Free Heart Camp (Free Lipid Profile, ECG, ECHO, Blood Sugar and Free Heart Consultation) was organized in the Cardiology OPD. At the beginning of the program,a Mime show on “Lifestyle modification of cardiac patients”was performed by B.Sc. Nursing 3rd Year Students of KINS from 10am to 10.30am.
Then a Health Awareness Program was conducted by M.Sc. Nursing 2nd Year Students from Department of Medical Surgical Nursing, KINS from 10.30am to 11.30am. Welcome address was given by Dr. Panchanan Sahoo, HOD, (Dept. of Cardiology). The delegates present during the program were Dr. R.N. Samanta, CEO, KIMS, Dr. Pradeep Patnaik, Medical Superintendent, KIMS and Mrs. Malati Sahoo, Nursing Superintendent, KIMS.
First speaker was Ms. Aparajita Samanta who spoke about “Prevention of hypertension” followed by Ms. Madhusmita Devi on “Control of obesity.”Then Ms. Sukriti Biswas explained regarding “Good & bad cholesterol” and finally Ms. Sohini Khanra discussed regarding “Risk factors & prevention of diabetes.”
Faculty & students on KINS attended a CME from 6:30 pm till 9:00 pm held in medical auditorium, KIMS where chief guest was Dr. Prof. J. P. Das, Guest of Honor- Prof. H. N. Mishra who was chairperson cum moderator. Theme of the CME was “First medical contact in chest pain.”

Seminar on “Nutrition & its Components

Nutrition is the priority need for each and every age group. Keeping in mind this concept a seminar was organised by Faculties of KINS on 28th September-2016 on the theme “Nutrition & It’s Components” for the students of GNM 1st year students & B.Sc. 2nd year.
Prof.Niyati Das, Vice Principal, (CON) KINS and Prof.PramodaKumariNayak, Principal, (SON) inaugurated the seminar at 2.30pm. Prof.Niyati Das, Vice Principal (CON) KINS unfolded theme of the seminar.
First sessionstarted at 3pm by Mr R. Asokan, Associate Professor, KINS with his presentation on “Basic of Nutrition & IYCFP (Infant & Child Feeding Practice)”.
Second speaker Miss Pritilagna Dash discussed regarding “Management of SAM (Severe Acute Malnutrition)”. In third session Miss Rasmita Swain highlighted on “National Iron plus Initiative to address Iron Deficiency Anaemia”. Fourth session was deliberated by Mrs.NibeditaParidaregarding “Iodine Deficiency Disorder, vitamin-A & deworming supplementation”. Final session was delivered by Mrs Minati Das on“Maternal Calcium supplementation & Deworming”.
Seminar was found very effective in enriching the knowledge of participants regarding“Nutrition & It’s Components”. At last vote of thanks was delivered by Miss PrativaKheti.

World Breast Feeding Week - 2016

World Breast Feeding Week-2016 (1st to 7th Aug) was celebrated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences on the theme “Breast Feeding: A Key to Sustainable Development”.

            On 03.08.2016 at 2pm the registration for Inter College Mock Show competition was done by the participants of different colleges of Bhubaneswar. The programme was inaugurated by Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS (CON) through lighting the lamp followed by welcome address & theme unfolding. Then the mock show competition was started. Participants from 9 different colleges including KINS took part in the competition. The competition was evaluated by the judges Mrs Geetarani Nayak (Asso. Prof.) SUM Nursing College, Dr (Prof.) Sudarshan Das (HOD, O&G) KIMS & Dr (Prof.) Duryodhan Samal (HOD, Paediatrics) PBMH, KIMS. At the end prizes along with certificates were awarded to the winners. Participants from KINS (CON), Aswini School of Nursing, College of Nursing, Cuttack stood first, second & third respectively in the competition.

On 05.08.2016 a one day workshop was organized by faculties of KINS to sensitize the students regarding the theme of WBFW-2016. Programme was started with lamp lighting by Prof. A. Lenka, Principal KINS (CON), Prof. P K. Nayak, (Principal, SON) & Prof. Niyati Das, Vice Principal, KINS. The First speaker, Ms. N. Sadhana (Lecturer KINS) discussed about “Breast Feeding practices”. Followed by Mrs Kalyani Rath (Asso. Prof., KINS), who highlighted on “Problems & Complications of Breast Feeding”. Then, Mrs Malini Digal (Asst. Prof, KINS) discussed regarding “Expressed breast milk, its storage & consumptions for working mothers”. Fourth speaker for the workshop was Dr. Krishna Priyambada (Asst. Prof. OBG Dept. KIMS) and she delivered her talk on “Essential maternal medications and its effect on breast feeding”. She was then felicitated by Prof. A. Lenka, Principal KINS. The fifth speaker Prof (Mrs.) Niyati Das orated regarding the “Recent trends & Research regarding breast feeding”.

Dr. Asutosh Mohapatra (Senior Consultant Paediatrics, Capital Hospital, Bhubaneswar) overviewed on the theme of WBFW-2016 and expressed his appreciation for the efforts put by the faculty of KINS. He was then felicitated by Principal (CON). Finally Dr. Nirmal kumar Mahakud (Asst. Prof. Paediatrics) expressed his views regarding “Initiatives taken by state. National & International levels on Breast Feeding. A dance drama was performed by 3rd year B. Sc(N) students of KINS on the theme of  WBF Week-2016.

Post lunch, skill stations were set up on KMC, Breast feeding positioning & Techniques, management of breast complications in the Paediatric & OBG skill lab of KINS. These stations were supervised and managed by Mrs. Minati Das, Ms. Anusaya Behera, Mrs Pranati Biswal & Ms Pramila Baxla faculties of KINS. Mrs Nibedita Parida (Tutor) KINS took a session on “ Prevention of hypothermia”.Valedictory session was chaired by Dr. P. Mukherjee, Director OBG & Pediatrics Department, PBMH, KIMS, Prof. (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS(CON), Prof. P.K. Nayak, Principal, KINS(SON), Col.(Mrs)Sushama Sahu, Nursing Superintendent, PBMH, KIMS. All speakers for the workshop were felicitated by our dignitaries followed by certificate distribution took place. Vote of thanks was given by Mrs. R. Asokan (Asst. Prof.) KINS.

On 6th August, quiz competition was organised among all postnatal mothers at postnatal ward, PBMH, KIMS. Quiz competition was moderated by Mrs Minati Das & Miss Sujata Mohapatra. Prizes were awarded by Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS, KIIT to the winners. A Role play was conducted by Bsc Nursing 3rd Year students on the theme of World breastfeeding week-2016 at Dept of O&G, PBMH, KIMS. All events on the eve of World breastfeeding week-2016 were conducted successfully.

Report on Journal Club Presentation

On 22nd June 2016 Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences added a new feather to its ever growing popularity by introducing Journal club presentations for Faculties and Post Graduate nursing students.
Program started at 3 PM in KIMS Lecture Hall-2. All faculties and M.Sc. 1st& 2nd year nursing students of KINS were in attendance. Asst. Prof (Mrs) Suchismita Sahoo welcomed the gathering & introduced the speakers for the presentations. Prof (Mrs) Amrita Lenka, Principal KINS (CON) chaired the session comprising of three presentations by faculty of KINS. At 3:30 PM first speaker Mr. Chandan Pradhan presented on the research article, “Do knowledge, knowledge sources and reasoning skills affect the accuracy of nursing diagnosis? A randomised study.” After presentation discussion & critics was open to the floor. Then at 4:15 PM the second speaker Ms. Sujata Mohapatra delivered her oration on “Rotavirus Vaccine: Current development & future considerations- An explorative longitudinal study” followed by the discussion. Finally in third session of the day, Mrs. N. Sadhana Priyadarshini spoke about “Cooling in the real world; therapeutic hypothermia in hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy. A randomized control trial”, followed by critics on the article.
At 5:45 PM vote of thanks was given by Mrs Pramila Baxila & program was concluded with thanks to all.

International Nurses week & International Nurses Day-2016 Celebration

International Nurses week, 2016 was celebrated collaboratively by all Nursing staffs of PBMH, KIMS & faculties of KINS. The theme for the current year was “NURSES: a force for change: Improving health systems’ resilience”. The celebration was inaugurated on date: 09-05-2016 at 10.30am with lighting the lamp near Lord Jagannath followed by a marvellous welcome song by the students. International Nurses week address was delivered by Dr. B.C Das, Director, School of medicine, KIMS; Dr. R.N. Samanta, CEO, KIMS; Mr P. Parida, MR, KIMS. Prof. Mrs. Niyati Das, Vice-Principal, (CON) KINS highlighted on the importance of Nursing profession along with its challenges in society. Col. Susama Sahu, Nursing superintendent, PBMH, KIMS focused on the life history of Miss Florence Nightingale, founder of modern Nursing. Miss Promoda Kumari Nayak, Principal (SON) KINS delivered vote of thanks for this inaugural session of International Nurses week celebration.                                          
Various competitions including poster, slogan, quiz, song, solo dance, duet dance, role play was held from date: 9-05-2016 to date: 11-05-2016 among all nursing staffs of KIMS & all faculties of KINS.
On the occasion of International Nurses day, 2016 Welcome address was delivered by Prof. Mrs. A Lenka, Principal(CON) KINS. Dr. Sasmita Samanta, Registrar KIIT expressed the importance of nurses in health sector without which the equilibrium would be hampered. On the eve of International Nurses day observation Prof. Dr T.M Mohapatra, Pro VC R&D, KIIT; Prof. Dr. B.C Das, Director, School of medicine, KIMS; Prof. Dr. S.B Ogale, Principal, KIMS; Dr. R.N. Samanta, CEO, KIMS; Mr P. Parida, MR, KIMS addressed the gathering. All winners for various competitions were awarded with prize by our esteemed dignitaries. Bsc Nursing first year & GNM first year students taken professional oath by Miss Promoda Kumari Nayak, Principal (SON) KINS. Cultural programs were performed by all students of KINS.
Prof. Niyati Das, Vice-Principal (CON) KINS offered a cordial vote of thanks to the gathering. International Nurses week along with International Nurses Day was celebrated successfully.

International Midwives’Day Celebration

International Midwives’ Day was organized by faculty of KINS on 5th may 2016 in the department of OBG ward, PBMH KIIMS from 9.30 am to 11.00 am. The programme started with introduction by  Anusuya Behera, Tutor, KINS, she highlighted the importance of the celebration of the day. The 1st year B.Sc and GNM nursing students staged a role play  based on the theme “Women & Newborns:The Heart Of Midwifery”. A quiz competition was held among postnatal mothers from 2.30pm to 4.30pm in the Demonstration room of OBG Ward PBMH KIIMS. To improve the education on pregnancy and childbirth .Nursing superintendent and supervisor were also present during the competition. After successful completion of this competition the name of the winner were announced. The prizes were distributed to winners by Prof Mrs. Amrita Lenka Principal, KINS. The programme was concluded with vote of thanks by Ms Purnima Sahoo, Tutor, KINS.

Safe Motherhood Day observed in KINS

Kalinga Institute of nursing sciences observed safe motherhood day-2016 in a grand way on 20th of April-2016 in Dental Auditorium.
It was a combined effort of both obsetetrrics and community department of KINS(CON) along with other faculties and students of B.Sc 3rd year, G.N.M 3rd year, M.Sc 1st& 2nd year to organize a one day state level Inter University competition among students  nurses of 8 colleges& schools of Odisha.
Programme started with welcome song by 3rd year B.Sc nursing students followed by lamp lighting at 11am. The theme “Every Women’s Right to have Respectful Maternal Care” was introduced by Mrs. KalyaniRath, Asso. Professor (KINS).

There were quiz competition, poster & elocution competition held throughout the day.
Posters made by students were displayed for audience and the evaluators. Quiz competition started from 12pm-1:30pm with 12 groups representing various nursing college and schools participating in it.

Quiz was moderatetd by Prof. Deepa M. R, MaliniDigal(Asst. Professor), SuchismitaSahoo(Asst. Professor), KalyaniRath (Asso. Professor)divided in 4 rounds.Eventually 1st prize was secured by students of Berhampur (SON), 2nd by Hitech(CON) and 3rdposition by       KINS (CON). Poster competition in which 26 students participatedandwas evaluated by two judges Prof. Anusuya Patnaik, Principal DRIEMS Nursing college & Dr. NarahariAgasti Assoc. Prof. OBG,KIMS. All the winners were from KINS.

From 1.45pm to 2:30pm Elocution was startedjudged by Mrs. Dharitri Swain, Asst. Professor, AIIMS, BBSR& Mrs. TapathiSahoo. HOD, Dept. of Community Medicine SUM Nursing college. There were 14 participants for this competition.
2:30pm Lunch break was taken followed by valedictory session. Students of KINS showcased Dance Drama on the theme of safe motherhood.

Dr. S.B.Ogale, Principal, KIMS, Dr. R.C.Das, Principal, KIDS, Mr. T.M.Mohapatra, Pro. Vice Chancellor R&D KIMS, KIIT, Dr. R. N. Samanta, CEO, Prof. A. Lenka, Principal(CON), KINS. & Ms. P.K.Nayak, Principal(SON), KINS chaired thevaledictory session. Prof. A. Lenka, Principal(CON), KINS welcomed the guests & the gathering followed by speech by the guests. Prize & certificates weredistributed to the winners and the participants respectively by the dignitories. Finally Ms. P.K.Nayak, Principal(SON), KINS gave the vote of thanks & program was conducted successfully.

Seminar onClinical Teaching Strategies”

In a perspective to enhance support for nursing students in the clinical settings a seminar was organized by faculties of nursing (KINS), KIIT on 30th march, 2016 on the theme“clinical teaching strategies”. Professor Amrita Lenka, Principal KINS inaugurated the seminar and unfolded theme of the seminar at 9:45Am. The seminar was continued from 9:30am to 5:30pm. Welcome address was delivered by Mrs Minati Das, lecturer, KINS.Pretest was conducted followed by seminar address by our Prnicipalmadam, CON, KINS. Mrs PramilaBaxla, lecturer, KINS highlighted the theme “clinical teaching strategies”. First session was started at 10am. First speaker Ms PrativaKheti discussed on Nursing care plan, process recording & nursing case study was presented by Mrs Neelam Mishra. Problem solving method & case incident method was presented by Mr. PinkuMohanty as third speaker of first session. Second session was started at 2:30pm. Ms Geetanjali Rout discussed regarding Nursing round & bed side clinic as fourth speaker of seminar. Conference- as a clinical teaching strategy was presented by Ms. Purnima Sahoo. Ms DebasmitaMohapatra discussed about demonstration method & Nursing assignment as last speaker of the seminar. Seminar was found very effective as the post-test score is found to be 48.2%, which is greater than pre test score (83%).  At last vote of thanks was delivered by Ms AnusuyaBehera and the seminar was completed successfully.

Seminar on “Zika Virus Awareness”

Seminar on “Zika Virus Awareness”
 Keeping in mind the latest public health emergencies around the globe a seminar was conducted by faculties of KINS on the topic “ ZIKA VIRUS AWARENESS” – An update. The seminar was held at KIDS, auditorium on 29th February, 2016 from 2pm to 5.30pm. 1st year & 2nd year B. Sc. (N) students along with 1st year M. Sc.  students  participated  in the seminar. The theme of  the  seminar  was  unfolded & inaugurated  by   Prof. Mrs.  Amrita  Lenka. Welcome address to all participants & faculties was delivered by Lecturer (CON) Mr. Chandan Pradhan followed by the scientific sessions. Pre-test was done for 150 participants from 2.15pm to 2.30pm.
1st  session started with the Introduction of  Zika virus, virology & current scenario by Ms Sujata Mohapatra as the first speaker from 2.30pm to 3pm. Second speaker Mrs Pramila Baxla discussed regarding mode of transmission, reproduction of Virus acquired vectors, signs & symptoms and complication from 3pm to 3.30pm. Third session was taken up by Mrs Nibedita Mohanty regarding Diagnosis, treatment & prevention modalities of Zika from 3.30pm to 4pm. Mrs Sadhna Priyadarshini continued the 4th session, highlighting the occurrence regarding risk of Zika Virus in paediatrics groups from 4pm to 4.30pm, followed by refreshment for all participants. Final session was delivered by Ms Anusaya Behera focused  on India’s readiness to meet Zika challenge from 4.45pm to 5.15pm, Post test was done at 5.15pm. Session was closed with concluding remarks of the Principal (CON), KINS. Vote of thanks was given by Ms Sukriti Biswas (MSc Nursing 1st year student).
The seminar was found to be effective as evidenced by test score being 83% compared to pre-test score of 55%.

Report on World mental health day- 2015

World Mental Health Day was organized by the faculty of KINS on 10th October 2015. A poster competition among B.Sc. nursing 3rd year and 4th year students was held on the theme “Dignity in Mental Health”. Dr. Subrat Das (Asst.Prof) KIMS, Dr. Sidharth Sankar Dash (PGT) KIMS and Mrs. Suchismita Sahoo (Asst.Prof), Dept. of Psychiatric Nursing, (KINS) were the judges for the competition. A seminar was conducted by the 3rd year B.Sc. nursing students in the Dental Auditorium from 2.00 pm to 4.00pm. Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS lighted the lamp and unfolded the theme of the seminar. At 4.00pm the 3rd year B.Sc. nursing students played a skit (NukadNatak). The program concluded with vote of thanks and distribution of snacks to the students.

SEMINAR ON NURSING PROCESS : REPORT

A two days seminar program was organized by faculty of KINS on 23rd & 24th September 2015 on the topic "Nursing Process". The program was inaugurated with lighting of the lamp by Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal, CON, KINS & Mrs. Pramoda Kumari, Principal, SON, KINS. After lighting the lamp, a brief welcome speech was delivered by Mrs. Niyati Das, Professor, CON, KINS followed by Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal,  KINs addressing the gathering. There were around 120 participants in the seminar program. Students from B.Sc Nursing 2nd year, GNM 1st year and Nursing faculty participated in the program. The first scientific session was delivered by Mrs. Nibedita Parida, Nursing Tutor, KINs on  “Introduction on Nursing Process” followed by second scientific session by Mr. Asokan. R, Asst. Professor, KINs on “Nursing Assessment” and the last scientific session was presented by Mrs. Deepa M Raju, Professor, KINs on “Nursing Diagnosis”.
On the second day first scientific session was presented by Mr. ChandanPradan, Lecturer, KINs on “Nursing Planning” followed by second scientific session by Mrs. Kalyani Rath, Asso. Professor, KINs on “Nursing Implementation” and last scientific session was presented by Mrs. Minati Das, Clinical Instructor, KINS on “Nursing Evaluation”.  Seminar Programme concluded with vote of thanks by Mrs. Kulumina Das, GNM Program Coordinator.

5th International Nursing Conference on Innovations in Nursing Education & Practice

Prof. A. Lenka (Principal CON KINS) receiving memento for chairing the scientific session at Akal CON on 5th International Nursing Conference on ‘Innovations in Nursing Education & Practice’.

Mrs. Kalyani Rath (Associate Professor) receiving award for holding 2nd position in scientific paper presentation at Akal CON on 5th International Nursing Conference on Innovations in Nursing Education & Practice.

Alzheimer’s day

Mr. Lalan Kumar receiving the 1st prize at the collage competition held in AIIMS on Alzheimer’s day on 21/09/2015.

Faculty Development Programme

The Faculty Development Programme was organized by KIIT from 27th to 30th June 2015. On 28th June, KINS organized an exclusive faculty development programme at Lecture Hall-2, KIMS. The Programme was inaugurated with lighting of the lamp by Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal, CON, KINS, Dr. Usha Ukande, Principal, Choithram College of Nursing, Indore, Prof. Sujana Chakravarty, Akal College of Nursing, Himachal Pradesh & Ms. Pramoda Kumari Nayak, Principal, SON, KINS. After lighting the lamp, a brief welcome speech was delivered by Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal, CON, KINS. There were 17 faculty members from KINS, 17 Nursing Supervisors & Staff Nurses from PBMH, KIMS. The first scientific session was delivered by Dr. Usha Ukande on “Using problem based learning in staff development strategy”. This was followed by a group discussion and presentation by respective groups on the topic.  Dr. S. C. Das, Director, PBMH, KIMS felicitated  Dr. Usha Ukande. Next scientific session was delivered by Prof. Sujana Chakravarty on the topic “Collaborative Teaching Learning – A potential frame work for nurse educator”. A brief lecture was delivered followed by brief discussion among faculty members. After felicitating Prof. Sujana Chakravarty by Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal CON, KINS.  Vote of thanks was proposed by Prof. Niyati Das, CON, KINS.

Mevlana Exchange Programme: Visit of  Nursing  Faculties  to Dumlupinar University, Turkey

Prof. Amrita Lenka, Principal, KINS & Prof. Niyati Das, department of child  health nursing, KINS visited Dumlupinar University of Turkey from 22nd May 2015 to 2nd June 2015. we started  our journey from BBSR to NEW DELHI on 20th May 2015 at 9 pm by AIR INDIA and NEW DELHI to Istanbul on 21st may  2015 by Turkish AIR  LINES. We reached safely to our destiny place, Dumlupinar University, Turkey. Accommodation was provided  within the  university campus for thirteen days. During  our stay in turkey  we shared our  knowledge, skills, attitudes,  and views with their students and faculties. we imparted lessons to them as per our scheduled study  programme which was planned earlier. we also got opportunity to share and compare the health care delivery systems between the two countries.  we visited their  hospital at Kutahya. we observed that Hospital was equipped with modern technology. we visited different place  of the Kutahya city like  kutahya castle, mosque and shopping complex.  . We enjoyed our stay at Kutahya and  returned  to INDIA on 3rd June 2015.we convey our heartiest regards for providing us such golden opportunity to visit such a developed Government University of turkey.

International Nurses Day

International nurses day is observed and celebrated by KINS at KIDS auditorium on 12may-2015. The theme for the current year is NURSES; a force to change care affective and cost effective.
The celebration started sharp at 10.30 am with lighting the lamp near Lord Jagannath followed by a marvelous welcome song by students. Welcome address for the gathering was delivered by Prof. Mrs. A Lenka, Principal(CON) KINS nurses day address was delivered by Dr. B.C Das, director and Dr. S.C Das, Director PBMH. Dr. Sasmita Samanta, Registrar KIIT right lighted over the theme and blessed the nursing fraternity. Prof. P.P.Mathur, Vice chancellor, KIIT expressed the importance of nurses in health sector without which the equilibrium would be hampered.
During this phase of students of B.Sc nursing 1st year and GNM 1st year had taken oath on Florence Nightingale pledge. This swearing in session was headed by Prof. Niyati Das KINS. Then Ms. Promoda Nyak, Principal(SON) KINS offered a cordial vote of thanks to the gathering.

Food Fest marks Global World Health Day at KINS

Global World Health Day was celebrated on 7th April 2015. Theme for this year was “Food safety,” highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with food safety under the slogan "From farm to plate, make food safe."
With respect to the theme of W.H.O, Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences organized a food-fest to highlight the practice of food hygiene in preparation, storage & serving. Food fest was organized in KINS premises with about 15 stalls on display by students of both school & college of nursing.  Preparation, storage and display of the items were totally beard by the students of respective stalls. Foods ranging from South Indian, North Indian, Continental, Chinese, Thai and local dishes were prepared by the students. Along with the food fest students also spread the message of food hygiene with charts and use of gloves for serving. Faculty members of KINS were given responsibility to supervise the stalls for smooth selling.
Inauguration of the fest was done by Director PBMH, Prof. Dr. S.C Das at 4:30 PM, in the presence of Principal CON, Prof. Mrs. Amrita Lenka and Principal SON, Ms. Pramoda Nayak. Nursing Superintendent, Mrs. Malati Rao, along with incharges and staff nurses of various wards also made their presence felt. Mr. Dilip Kumar Panda, Deputy registrar,  Mr. Dilip Jena, DDO, and Mr. Alok Nath, AO Sir also supported the cause with their presence. Patients and their relatives also came to  for the delightful tasty treat. Students from nursing, medical, dental as well as engineering students had their mouthful taste appetizers.
Token system was in place for each stall ranging from Rs-/ 10 to Rs-/ 35. About 50 coupons were distributed to each stall for their selling. With so many attendees the food fest was a grand success as the most of the items finished in half an hour of the display. By 6:30 PM the wrapping up of the fest and closing was done. Students incurred approximately 10-15 % profit from the sales of their items. Out of which 2% is donated to the Student Nurses association. List of food items along with group is attached with this report.

Safe Motherhood Day Observed at KINS

Safe motherhood day was observed by the Department of O & G Nursing, KINS on 11th April 2015 at OPD, Dept of O & G, PBMH, KIMS Bhubaneswar. A poster competition among different batches of M.Sc(N), B.Sc(N) and GNM was held on the theme “Nothing about us without us”- citizens participation and engagement for improving women’s and children’s health.
Dr. Manasi Pattnaik, Asso. Prof, O & G, KIMS and Ms. P. K. Nayak, Principal, School of Nursing were the Judges for the competition. A talk on Safe Motherhood was delivered by Dr. Manasi Pattnaik to the admitted mothers and their relatives. Ms. P. K. Nayak emphasized to protect & save the girl child and to prevent discrimination between male and female child.
At last, the result of the Poster competition was announced by Prof. Deepa M. Raju, KINS. The programme was concluded with distribution of snacks to the mothers & their relatives.

Seminar on Infertility at KINS

A seminar was organized & conducted by faculty & students of Department of OBG, KINS on the topic “INFERTILITY: CUES TO ACTION AND ADOPTION PROCEDURES” on 31.03.2015 with a view to disseminate the issues regarding recent advancements of infertility including the legal aspects of process of adoption.
The Seminar was inaugurated by the lighting the lamp by our Principal Prof. Amrita Lenka, Ms. Pramoda Nayak, Principal (SON) and the guest of honor Dr. Krishna Priyambada, Asst. Prof. KIMS.
I session of the seminar was followed by a brief warm welcome by the principal(CON). There were 5 sessions by 5 speakers from various batches.
Dr. Krishna Priyambada was requested to give her kind suggestions and points to improve. In her key points she had highlighted that the infertility is one of the burning issues and all the infertile couple at first must be counselled for a stress free life in addition to all other kind of management techniques.
The seminar came to an end with grand success at 5pm.

Seminar on Swine Flu and its Prevention

M.Sc. Nursing 1st year and B.Sc. Nursing 2nd year students organized a seminar on Swine Flu & its prevention on 27th February, 2015 at 10:00 AM at 1st year B.Sc. classroom.
The main objective of this seminar was to create awareness about swine flu. The audience was B.Sc. Nursing 1st& 2nd year & GNM 1st year students.
The seminar was inaugurated by Madam Mrs. PramodaNayak, Principal, School of Nursing. Subtopics of the topics were as follows: history of Swine flu, definition, incidence, prevalence, etiology, classification & pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis, treatment, complication, prevention & control of Swine flu & role of nurse in prevention & control of swine flu.

"SEMINAR ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY"

Atwo day seminar programme was organized by faculty of KINS on 05th & 23rd          December 2014at B.Sc.(N) I year class room, the topic is "Research Methodology". The Programme was inaugurated with lighting the lamp by Prof.AmritaLenka, Principal, CON, KINS. After lighting the lamp, a brief welcome speech was delivered by Prof.AmritaLenka, Principal, CON, KINS. There were around 80 participants in the seminar programme. B.Sc Nursing 4th year, GNM 3rd year students, and Nursing faculties from college of Nursing, KINS participated in the programme. The first scientific session was delivered by Mrs.Deepa.M.R, Professor, KINs under topic the “Steps in Research Process” followed by second scientific session was presented by Mrs.Niyati Das, Professor, KINs topic on “Conceptual Framework”. The third scientific session was delivered by Mr.Chandan Pradhan, Lecturer, KINs topic on “Quantitave Research design” and Last scientific session on first day was presentedby Mr.Asokan.R, Asst. Professor, KINs topic on “Qualitative Research Design”.
The Second day first scientific session was presented by Mrs.MaliniDigal, Lecturer, KINs topic on “Non-Experimental Research Design” followed by second scientific session was delivered by Mr.S.Merridith, Lecturer, KINs topic on “Data collection Methods” and last scientific session was presented by Mrs.Minati Das, Clinical Instructor, KINs topic on “Writing the Research Report” The pretest and posttest was administered before and after the programme. The two days Seminar session was concluded with vote of thanks.