Academic Programme

 

DATE NEWS
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
25th Nov & 23th Dec 2014 "SEMINAR ON RESEARCH METHODOLOGY"
1st International Nursing Conference (INC-2016)

Keeping up with the virtues of KIIT University, 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 University. 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 University. 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 University 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 University 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 University; 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 university 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 University 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 University right lighted over the theme and blessed the nursing fraternity. Prof. P.P.Mathur, Vice chancellor, KIIT University 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.