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Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar, Punjab
Address:Mahatma Hans Raj Marg
Gulab Devi Road
G.T.Road
Jalandhar (District Jalandhar)
Punjab, India
Pin Code : 144408


Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab is Mrs Veena Williams 98552-50253.

Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing is situated in Jalandhar of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Jalandhar comes under Jalandhar Tehsil, Jalandhar District.

Fax # of Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab is 2252436, 0181-2203453, 01852-278526.

Contact Person(s) of the Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab is (are): earlier Mrs P.P.Sharma Adviser, now Mrs J. Kackria, Adviser.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab is (are) : +91-161 5089774.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab are 98552-50253.

email ID(s) is Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing Jalandhar Punjab

Website of Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab is http://mhrdavconj.org/.

Chairman : Padmashree G.P.Chopra.
General Secretary : RS Sharma.

Contact Details of Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab are : Telephone: +91-181-2259266, 2204198, 2203453(O)
Mr Raminder, Clerk 2259266
M.R.Aeri, Director, College
Justice RN Mittal, Senior Vice President

College affiliated With :
Punjab Nurses Registration Council, Chandigarh
Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot



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Kumari Vidyavati Anand DAV College for Women, Karnal
DAV College, Pehowa
DAV College of Engineering and Technology, Kanina
DAV College for Girls, Yamuna Nagar
MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh
Hans Raj College, Delhi
PG DAV College, New Delhi
Dayanand College, Ajmer
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TDTR DAV Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Yamuna Nagar
Ramanand Arya DAV College, Mumbai (Bombay)
DAV Velankar College of Commerce, Solapur
DBF Dayanand College of Arts and Science, Solapur
Dayanand Ayurvedic College, Jalandhar
DAV College of Education for Women, Amritsar
DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology DAVIET, Jalandhar
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DAV Institute of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar
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DAV College for Boys, Amritsar
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Mehr Chand Polytechnic College, Jalandhar
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DAV College (Lahore), Ambala
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Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar Punjab runs course(s) in Nursing stream(s).
GNM, B.Sc.(Nursing), Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing

Approval details: Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing is affiliated with Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot (Punjab)


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Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing and Hospital aims to provide quality education

"Women empowerment" is the USP of the Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing and Hospital here. True to its mission, the institute is imparting quality education and offering research facilities to student nurses to ensure their competitiveness in the global job arena.

The institute, a dream venture of Mr G.P. Chopra, president of the DAV College Managing Committee, was set up about three years back. The institute, affiliated with the Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, is named after Mahatma Hans Raj, the torchbearer of the DAV Movement during the British regime and strong votary of women s education.

The institute offers four years B.Sc. (Nursing) course with an annual intake of 50 students. The four years degree programme includes three years of training and one year of compulsory internship. The nursing programme is duly approved by the Indian Nursing Council and the Punjab Nursing Council.

The building of the institute and five-storey multi-specialty 250-bed hospital, spread over 5 acres of land, is situated adjacent to the Burlton Park on Jalandhar-Amritsar road.

"Keeping in view the demand for trained and qualified nurses in the state as well as overseas, the managing committee decided to set up an ultra-modern nursing institute way back in 1998. The nursing programme finally took off about three years back after getting formal affiliation with the university," says Ms P.P. Sharma, advisor of the institute.

The institute s authorities claim that their aim is to help the students acquire basic scientific knowledge and skills in nursing profession, so as to contribute as members of a healthcare team in providing preventive, creative and restorative services to the people.

Holding seminars, workshops and conferences is a regular feature in the institute. Audio-visual aids, two well-equipped modern laboratories, a computerised and well-catalogued library having books on various health related topics - all are used to impart quality education to the students, claim the institute s authorities. The institute lays maximum emphasis on overall personality development of the students to enable them to develop technical competence, skills in human relations and social understanding, add the authorities.

"We are going to set up a special placement cell for campus recruitment of bright students. The cell would coordinate with national and multinational companies for the placement of the students. Besides, it would train the students in preparing their resumes. It would also hold mock interviews. The cell would also be responsible for coordinating with international healthcare institutions for overseas placements," Ms Sharma tells us.

The institute has also decided to introduce M.Sc. (Nursing) and diploma course in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) from the next academic session for which necessary approval has been sought from the authorities concerned.

In accordance with the guidelines of the Indian President, Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, with regard to the development of the rural sector, the institute has decided to introduce "Rural Healthcare" project very shortly. "The students would serve people in the countryside by holding medical camps on regular basis. The process to shortlist such villages is on. The students, in collaboration with non-governmental organisations (NGOs), would provide the latest healthcare facilities to villagers. Besides, they would campaign against social evils like female foeticide and pre-natal sex determination," maintain institute s authorities.

Details of Faculty Members

Mrs. Veena Williams M.Sc (N), Principal
Dr. Mrs. Harbans Kaur, M.Sc (N), Ph.D., Vice Principal
Ms. Vibha, M.Sc.(N)
Ms. Baljinder Kaur, M.Sc (N)
Mr. Dinesh Kumar Verma, M.Sc.(N)
Ms. Robina Jaseph, B.Sc.(N)
Mrs. Luxmi Rai, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Rupinder Kaur, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Sapna Angural, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Pooja, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Gurjit Kaur, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Manjit Kaur, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Kanchan, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Deepinder Kaur, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Neeraj Joshi, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Manisha Nagi, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Pardeep Kumari, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Usha Rani, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Reena Rani, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Balwinder, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Manpreet, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Jagroop, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Surinder, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Harpreet, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Kuljit, B.Sc.(N)
Ms.Navjot, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Harpreet, B.Sc.(N)
Ms. Kamalpreet Kaur, B.Sc.(N)
Ms.Nitasha, B.Sc.(N)


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MAHATMA HANS RAJ DAV INSTITUTE OF NURSING
Gulab Devi Road ,Jalandhar -144008
Phone: 0181-2259266 Fax : +91-181-2252436 E -Mail :mhrdavconj@gmail.com, mhrdavconj@yahoo.com,

MAHATMA HANS RAJ DAV INSTITUTE OF NURSING
GULAB DEVI ROAD, JALANDHAR PROSPECTUS CUM ADMISSION BROCHURE ARYA SAMAJ & DAV MOVEMENT
Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati, the great path maker of modern India founded the Arya Samaj, a radical and progressive movement with a call -'Back to the Vedas'. He emphasized and preached that the path shown by our great Rishis in Vedas can lead India to progress and salvation. He formulated 10 principles to serve as guidelines for his followers. He emphasized that we should dispel the darkness of ignorance through the spread of education. The englightend visionaries and followers of the great Guru decided to set up educational institutions in his memory and founded Dayanand Anglo Vedic College Trust and Management Society in 1886 at Lahore. The sapling of the DAV movement planted in 1886 has grown into a big banyan tree. Now it is running more than 675 Schools and Colleges all over India & abroad. The DAV Institutions have always worked with a missionary zeal in the field of education.

The DAV College Trust & Management Society has been nurtured by dedicated social workers, patriots, jurists & educationists of eminence like Mahatma Hans Raj Ji, Pt. Guru Dutt, Lala Lajpat Rai, Principal Sain Dass, Pt. Mehr Chand, Justice Mehr Chand Mahajan, Justice Bakshi Tek Chand, Sh. G.L. Dutta, Lala Suraj Bhan, Sh. Veda Vyasa, Justice J.L. Kapoor, Sh. T.R. Tuli, Padmashree G.P. Chopra, Justice R.N. Mittal, Sh. Vishwanath and Sh. M.L. Khanna.

THE INSTITUTE OF NURSING & HOSPITAL
The institute has been named after Mahatma Hans Raj Ji, the forefather of DAV Movement, a great visionary, an embodiment of dedication, devotion and self abnegation, who worked honorarily as founder Headmaster of the first DAV High School at Lahore. He served the society in various capacities without accepting a penny as remuneration. He was the flag runner of spreading education, particularly educating the women who had been relegated to the background in the past. Mahatma Hans Raj Ji, the pioneer of Arya Samaj and DAV movement played a pivotal role in the upliftment of women folk of India.

Apart from imparting conventional education to the students, the DAV institutions make sincere efforts to awaken social and moral consciousness among them. In order to add one more link in the vast chain of institutions the DAV College Managing Committee decided to start 'Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing' at Jalandhar. The main objective of this course (B.Sc. Nursing) is to provide properly qualified services in an area where deficiency has been acutely felt. This institution will cater local as well as Global needs by educating and training well-qualified Nurses.

PHILOSOPHY OF COLLEGE OF NURSING
Believe that the philosophy of nursing education is consistent with philosophy of general education which is at par with other degree programme in the community.
Believe that the professional nursing requires a nurse to possess technical competency based on clinical knowledge and skill in human relations, social understanding, health knowledge, technical skill and realization of professional responsibilities.
Believe that the nursing is a service to individuals, families and therefore to the society.
Believe that the nursing profession can implement this philosophy through University education and research programme based on scientific principles and critical thinking.
Believe that the Bachelor of Nursing (B.Sc. Nursing) programme is a formal educational programme with a holistic approach to health care with inclusion of its own and complementary theories related to health.

Believe that the well-balanced personality and all round development of nursing graduate is a pre-requisite to the successful completion of B.Sc. Nursing programme.
The faculty recognizes and assumes the responsibility of educating and preparing individuals to bring about positive changes in the health care delivery system.


MAIN OBJECTIVES
In harmony with this philosophy, the college of Nursing has the following objectives to provide opportunities for the students to:
Develop a sound philosophy of life with such attitude and ideals, which are consistent with the real way of life and will be helpful in meeting personal problems.
Learn to recognize the physical, mental, social ,emotional and spiritual needs of the patient and his family and co-operate with other health professionals in meeting their needs.
Acquire basic scientific knowledge and skill in nursing profession to contribute as member of health care team in providing, promotive, preventive, curative and restorative services.
Develop an ability to listen to patient and other fellow workers and communicate with patient and other fellow workers in easily understandable language.
Develop creativity and personality to lead a disciplined life.
Aspire for higher studies in nursing and take the profession to its heights through research in clinical and educational settings.
Demonstrate leadership qualities and decision-making abilities in various situations.
To practice code of ethics and nursing pledge in their professional life.

INSTITUTE CAMPUS
The institute has its' own attractive building in 5 acre of land situated adjacent to Burlton Park behind Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidalya on Gulab Devi Road.

B.Sc. NURSING (Four years' degree programme):
Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a degree programme of four years duration. It includes first three years of training plus fourth year as compulsory internship. Mode of instructions is English.

AFFILIATION & RECOGNITION
The Institute has been affiliated to Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot for 4 years degree programme of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (annual system). The above period includes one year internship. The approval has also been granted by the Indian Nursing Council, Punjab Nursing Registration Council (PNRC) and Punjab Government.

ELIGIBILITY FOR B.Sc. NURSING
The minimum age for admission shall be 17 years on or before 31st December of year after admission.

The minimum educational requirement shall be the passing of Higher Secondary School Certificate (12 Years Course) . OR Senior School Certificate Examination (10+2), Pre degree Examination (10+2). OR An equivalent with 12 Years school from a recognized Board or University with Science (Physics, Chemistry & Biology) & English with minimum of 50% of aggregate marks (PCBE).

Candidate shall be medically fit.

DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS
Intake capacity 50 seats

Merit / Govt. seats 25 seats (50%)

Management seats 18 seats (35%) {This includes 7 Seats of out of Punjab State 15% Quota}

NRI/ NRI Sponsored 07 seats (15%)


COURSE OF INSTRUCTIONS
FIRST YEAR
SUBJECT
Theory(In hrs) (class & lab)
Practical(In hrs) (clinical)
(In hrs)

1.English 60
2.Anatomy 60
3.Physiology 60
4.Nutrition 60
5.Biochemistry 30
6.Nursing Foundation 265+200 450
7.Psychology 60
8.Microbiology 60
9.Introduction to Computers 45
10.**Hindi / Regional language 30
11.Library work / Self Study 50
12. Co-curricular activities 50

Total Hours 930
450
100

TOTAL HOURS = 1480 hrs


** Optional
SECOND YEAR
SUBJECT
Theory(In hrs) (class & lab)
Practical(In hrs) (clinical)
(In hrs)

1. Sociology 60
2. Pharmacology 45
3. Pathology 30
4. Genetics 15
5. Medical- Surgical Nursing (Adult including geriatrics)- I 210 720
6. Community Health Nursing-I 90 135
7. Communication & Educational Technology 60+30
8. Library work / Self Study 50
9. Co-curricular activities 35

Total Hours
540
855
85

TOTAL HOURS = 1480 hrs


THIRD YEAR
SUBJECT
Theory(In hrs) (class & lab)
Practical(In hrs) (clinical)
(In hrs)

1. Medical- Surgical Nursing (Adult including geriatrics)- II
120
270


2. Child Health Nursing
90
270


3. Mental Health Nursing
90
270


4. Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing
90
180


5. Library work / Self Study


50

6. Co-curricular activities


50

Total Hours
390
990
100

TOTAL HOURS = 1480 hrs








FOURTH YEAR
SUBJECT
Theory(In hrs) (class & lab)
Practical(In hrs) (clinical)
(In hrs)

1. Midwifery & Obstetrical Nursing

180


2. Community Health Nursing -II
90
135


3. Nursing Research &Statistics
45
*


4 Management of Nursing Service & Education
60+30



Total Hours
225
315


TOTAL HOURS = 540 hrs








*Project work to be carried out during internship.




Practical =30 Hrs per week



INTERNSHIP (Integrated Practice)


EXAMINATION
The annual examination for each year shall ordinarily be held in the month of May/ June on such dates as may be fixed by the University. For failed /reappeared candidates, a supplementary examination shall be held in the month of November / December or on such other dates as may be fixed by University. To appear for the annual examination candidate must fulfill the following conditions :

Has been on the college rolls for one academic year preceding the examination.
Of the good character.
Of having attended not less than 80% of lectures & practical held in each of the subject and 100% of clinical practical in Nursing subjects in which she wishes to be examined; and
Should be medically fit.
Has her name submitted to the University by the Principal of the College.

VACATION
Students will observe vacation as under:-
Winter break
- 10 days in December

Summer break
- 20 days in June

Gazetted Holidays
- 17 days as per University norms

Sick leave
- 10 days


Dates to be notified later on.

FEES
As per Punjab Govt. notification.

RULES FOR PAYMENT OF DUES
Institute Dues

Students admitted in B.Sc. Nursing 1st year will be required to make full payments.
Payment of fees by the candidate of all the categories must be made either by cash against a proper receipt or by a Bank Draft drawn in favour of Principal, Mahatma Hans Raj DAV Institute of Nursing, Jalandhar. Chequs etc will not be accepted.
Payment of fees by NRI/NRI candidates will be made by Demand Draft in US$. Any seat remaining/ falling vacant, will be offered to Indian candidates and the payment of fees will be as per PPMET notification.
The fees structure is subjected to change in accordance with the decision of the courts/ govt. of Punjab/ BFUHS or fee fixation committee appointed by the State Govt.
Except security, dues once paid will not be refunded.
In case a student leaves the Institute during session, she will have to deposit the dues for the whole course.
A fine of Rs. 10 per day will charged if dues are not paid on the dates notified.
A student who is absent or on leave must arrange to pay her dues on the scheduled date.
Students not paying the dues will not be allowed to appear in the House Exams / Annual Exams.

Hostal Dues

Hostel is compulsory for all the students as Nursing are a residential training. However it is at the discretion of the Principal to allow students who are local in the City itself to become day scholar. No shifting from the hostel will be allowed after joining the training on any other base.
Hostel dues will be charged with the institute dues on the date so notified.
Mess charges should be paid on the notified date.
A boarder staying out of the hostel for 10 more continuous days in a month with the prior permission of the Principal/Supdt./Warden will be entitled to cut in the Mess charges.
Hostel dues WILL NOT BE REFUNDED in case a student migrate or leave Hostel.
All the dues shall be paid in case at the Institute office on the specified dates that shall be duly notified.
Fees and fines once paid will not be refundable.
A fine of Rs. 10 per day will be charged if dues are not paid on the dates notified.
Extension for payment of dues may be granted by Principal in exceptional cases.


General rules
Students shall comply with institution rules and regulations as prescribed and changed from time to time by the authorities.
Students missing clinical experience are required to make up the same in their vacations.
Students are not allowed to have any visitor while working in clinical area.
Students are not allowed to arrange their clinical experience at their own.
Students will have to undergo periodic medical check up.
Students must maintain good moral character in and outside the Institution.
Students who proceed for leave and fall sick at home will be required to submit medical certificate duly countersigned by Civil Surgeon or Medical Supdtt of Hospital having Medical College. Medical certificate from any other private practitioner will not be accepted.
Leave/s availed by the students without permission will have to be compensated by them by make up during the vacations.

MAHATMA HANS RAJ HOSTEL
The Institute maintains a Boarding house on the Campus for the Resident students. The Hostel building is a newly constructed beautiful double storeyed building fitted with modern amenties. The Boarding house a spacious dining hall, a spacious & airy common room and Prayer hall.It has vast open lawns to provide healthy atmosphere.STD/PCO and banking facilities for resident students are available.

Two seater rooms are provided to boarders. Voluntary exchange, subject to permission of hostel authorities, may be allowed by the Principal.

Food : Three meals of pure vegetarian food are served everyday. Milk is provided once with breakfast.In the evening, the students are served tea & snacks. Meals are served only in the dining hall at fixed hours. Non -vegetarian food is not allowed.

Hostel discipline : Students seeking admission to the hostel, and their guardians are requested to go through hand book -cum -record book meant for the resident students to be familiar with hostel discipline.It must be signed by the guardians at the end of each term.

Record Of Progress: A record of progress of the boarders will be maintained in the Institute office & hand book. If a student deteriorates in studies or is irregular, the guardian will be informed and strong action may be taken against her.


CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE STUDENTS
Attendance at the prayer meeting is compulsory.
Students are expected not to use cosmetics, wear heavy jewellery, anklets, gaudy dresses, skirts, skin tight or revealing clothes.
Students must always be in possession of their Identity Cards.
Students must not give any gift to any employee of the Institute/Hostel/Mess or Canteen.
Students should develop the habit of forming queue.
Students should maintain cleanliness in the campus.
No student is allowed to involve the name and campus of the Institute in any publication or outside activity without prior permission of the Principal.
No strike or Dharna or demonstration of any kind is allowed. The problem, if any faced by the students can be shared in the SNA meeting in the presence of SNA Advisor. The student violating the same may be expelled from the training.
Students are not allowed to keep mobile phones with them in the College, Hostel Campus and Hospital.
Ragging is strictly prohibited and the offended will be severly dealt with.

FACULTY
Mrs. Veena Williams
M.Sc.(N)
Principal

Dr. Harbans Kaur
M.Sc.(N) Ph.D.
Professor

Ms. Baljinder Kaur
M.Sc.(N)
Lecturer

Ms. Rubina Jaseph
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Kamalpreet Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Rupinder Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Sapna Angural
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Daisy Preet
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Ramanpreet
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Neeru Sharma
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Pooja
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Luxmi Rai
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Gurjeet Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Manjit Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Gaganpreet Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Kanchan
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Deepinder Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Rajvinder Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Rachna
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Neeraj Joshi
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Rubbal
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Mr. Manisha Nagi
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Mrs. Veena Williams
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Dr. Harbans Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor

Ms. Baljinder Kaur
B.Sc.(N)
Clinical Instructor


GUEST FACULTY
Ms. Sarabjot Kaur M.A.M.Ed Education
Mrs. Nilima Rani M.A. English
Mr. C.S. Aggarwal M.A. Statistics
Mr. Harish Kumar M.A. Administration
Dr. Davinder Singh MS. Pathology
Mrs. Manisha Gupta M.Sc. Computer
Mr. S.S Grewal M.Sc. Microbiology
Ms. Shruti Chohan M.A. Physiology
Ms. Geetika Singh M.A. Sociology


NON TEACHING STAFF
Mr. H.B.D.Sharma B.A. Office Supdt.
Mr. Raja Yadav Accountant Clerk Cum Typist
Mr. Raminder Kumar BCA Computer Instructor

OTHER STAFF
Ms. Sunita MA/M.Lib Asstt. Librarian
Mrs.Palwinder Kaur Asstt Hostel Warden


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