Association

Student Nurses Association (SNA Unit)

Student Nurses Association is a nation wide organization established in 1929 within the jurisdiction of Trained Nurses Association of India and there fore is considered as the daughter organization of the TNAI. Objectives of SNA are :

  • Help the students to develop the leadership qualities that help them to reach miles in the field of nursing.
  • Strive for the upliftment of the students through professional, educational and extra-curricular activities.
  • Promote a team spirit among all students.

SNA unit in Aswini College of Nursing was established in the year of 2005, in collaboration with Aswini School of Nursing, under the guidance of Mr.Siju.M.Jacob, the first unit advisor in Aswini College of Nursing. Different student representatives were elected to form the executive committee. Various educational, cultural and fund raising programs were organized by the unit.

In 2006, a separate unit for College of Nursing was established. In 2007, Mr.Arulmurugan. R. was elected as the subsequent unit advisor and different programmes were conducted under his guidance, like campus cleaning, institutional sports day, health exhibitions and personality improvement sessions and lot more.

The Executive Body Meeting

The members meet together regularly, once in 3 months and plan the activities for the whole year. Mr.Vishnu.T.T. was nominated as SNA Zonal advisor. SNA zonal office bearers were elected for the following posts.

Zonal Advisor Mr. Vishnu T T
SecreataryMs. Indu V Nair
Programme ChairpersonMs. Merin P Mathew

Mr.Vishnu.T.T. was nominated as SNA unit advisor temporarily and Mr.Anish.V.A.was nominated as SNA Assistant unit Advisor. SNA unit office bearers were elected for the following posts.

Vice PresidentMs. Sukanya C Suresh
SecretaryMs. Steffy Kurian
Programme Chairperson Mr. Fraijo P F
Treasurer Mr. Febi C R

Committee Leaders

Education CommitteeMs. Smitha P Namboothiri
Cultural CommitteeMs. Sukrutha John
Sports Committee Ms. Rintu Maria V A
Recreation CommitteeMs. Anit C Dani
Catering CommitteeMs. Jominimol K Jose

Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI Unit)

The Nursing profession has witnessed tremendous change in the last decades. The Trained Nurses Association of India is a professional body aimed at upholding in every way dignity and honor of nursing profession and promoting the spirit of espirit de corps among nurses. It also enables nurses to express their grievances as well as view points in events of problematic situations.

Office bearers for the year 2011 was elected under the chairmanship of Sr.Thomasina.

TNAI Unit PresidentProf. Thresiamma Jospeh
Principal, Aswini College of Nursing
TNAI Unit Vice PresidentMrs. Usharani.L.D.
Nursing Superintendent, Aswini Hospital Pvt Ltd
TNAI SecretaryMrs. Deepa Valsan
Asst.Lecturer, Aswini College of Nursing
TNAI Unit Treasurer Mrs. Rajalakshmi Thampuratti
Principal, Aswini College of Nursing
TNAI Joint Treasurer Ms. Neethu Joy
Asst.Lecturer, Aswini School of Nursing
TNAI Unit Programme Co-ordinator Ms. Roshni Babu
Staff Nurse, Aswini Hospital Pvt Ltd

Parent Teachers Association (PTA)

PTA-THE CRACK OF DAWN

To derive maximum benefit from teaching learning process and for all round development of PTA is gaining momentum day by day.

Principal Prof. Thresiamma Jospeh welcomed all dignitaries. The PTA has extended timely help and support for the smooth and efficient running of the college in a cordial and peaceful atmosphere.

The members of PTA unanimously elected were

PresidentMr.O.S.Rajan
Vice PresidentMrs.Meharunisa
SecretaryMr. P.K.Chandran
Joint SecretaryMrs. Flory Joseph
TreasurerMr. K.M.John
MemberSisi Dominic
MemberMr.Paulson
MemberMrs. Valsalakumari
MemberMr. Abdul Latheef
MemberMrs. Rema Babu

Continuing Nursing Education (CNE)

“The only person who is educated is the one who has learn, how to learn and change”

--Carl Rogers


Continuing Nursing Education

Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) is all the learning activities that occur after an individual completed his basic nursing eructation.
--Cooper

The major functions of CNE are

  • to meet the health needs and public expectations.
  • to help the nurse to recognize gap in their knowledge.
  • to ensure quality health care services from health care professionals.
  • to maintain standard in nursing implications.
  • to improve the skills I communication.
  • to develop practicing ability of nurses.

Nurses have the choice of obtaining continuing education in a variety of formats such as seminars, conferences, symposium, workshop, home study, telephone conferences, clinical practicum and self directed learning projects.