Mangaluru: Lamp lighting, oath taking ceremony at SCS College of Nursing Sciences

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Mangaluru, Feb 14: The lamp lighting and oath taking ceremony of the 29th batch of BSc Nursing students and 21st batch of GNM students of SCS College and Institute of Nursing Sciences was held on February 14 at KAMC Auditorium, Ashoknagar, Mangaluru. The programme was inaugurated by chief guest Sr Deepa Peter principal, Athena Institute of Health Sciences, Mangaluru.

Dr Abinay Sorake, secretary, SCS Group of Institutions presided over the function. A heart warming welcome speech was given by Deepa. The novice nurses received the light from the chief guest of the programme. Denzil, assistant lecturer highlighted the significance of the day. The chief guest Sr Deepa Peter, in her address congratulated the students for selecting this noble profession and stressed on the importance of touch in patient care and nurses responsibilities in patient care.

All the novice nursing students were rendered into the profession by taking the nurses oath delivered by the principal, professor Lolita S M D’Souza. The programme was compered by Favela Mendonsa, assistant lecturer and vote of thanks was delivered by Manisha, assistant lecturer. U K Khalid administrative officer, Saju M V, assistant administrative officer and Anil Kumar, vice principal, Pramila H V and Divya, co-ordinators was present for the programme.


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