Lamp lighting, oath taking ceremony held at SCS college of nursing sciences

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Mangaluru, Apr 29: The lamp lighting and oath taking ceremony of the 28th batch of B Sc Nursing students and 20th batch GNM students of SCS College and Institute of Nursing Sciences was held on Friday, April 29 at KAMC Auditorium, Ashoknagar here.

The programme was inaugurated by chief guest Prof Sonia Sebastian, principal K Pandyaraj Ballal Nursing Institute, College of Nursing. Dr Rajneesh Sorake, president, SCS Group of Institutions presided over the function. A heart warming welcome speech was given by Rajashree, assistant lecturer. The novice nurses received the light from the chief guest of the programme. Laveena, assistant lecturer highlighted the significance of the day.

Chief guest Prof Sonia Sebastian in her address, congratulated the students for selecting this noble profession and stressed on the importance of nursing profession in patient care.

All the novice nursing students were inducted into the profession with the taking of the nurses' oath delivered by the principal, Prof Lolita S M D’Souza. The program was compered by Denzil, assistant lecturer and Sindhya, lecturer. A vote of thanks was proposed by Deepa, assistant lecturer. Anil Kumar, vice principal and Saju M V, assistant administrative officer, SCS Group of Institutions were present for the programme.




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