Three nurses have been found guilty of professional misconduct for mistreating a man at Kent brain injury unit run by Kend and Meway NHS and social care partnership trust. Read more of this article »
C J George Financial Service Managing director of Geojit PNP Pariba and also EX chairman of Confederation of Indian Industries (Kerala Chapter) is explaining how the current foreign emmigration rule changes will affect Indian economy. The major comments to be noted are,
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Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) has called for admission to 1 year programme called Post Graduate Diploma in Public Health. This programme will enable nurses to become Public Health Nurses in Central govt who has a pay scale of 9300 – 34800 GP 4800 and many other positions like Programme officers in various national programmes, NGO’s, WHO etc.
Last Date – June 30 2015
Admission is open to the academic year commencing from August 2015 to July 2016 at the Indian Institutes of Public Health, Bhubaneswar (Odisha), Delhi, Gandhinagar (Gujarat) & Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh).
Eligibility – Applicants should have a graduate/postgraduate degree in medicine, AYUSH, dental, nursing, pharmacy, health sciences, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, natural/life sciences, management, social sciences, social work, economics, statistics or any equivalent qualification.
Candidates with work experience in health/ development sector will be given preference.
Advantage – 97% placement record in previous academic year.
There are four Centers for this programme viz. Delhi, Hyderabad, Gandhinagar and Bhubaneshwar
Course Fees – It will come around a total of 3 lakhs out of which candidates need to pay only 1.25 Lac, remaining paid through PHFI Scholarships. Hostel Facility is also available.
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The International Achievment award was introduced first in 1999. This is the first time a Singaporean Nurse is bagging this award.
This award will be presented to Rai on July 21 in conference to be conducted in Seoul for her outstanding work in health of women and refugees.
Speaking to the media, Rai said she felt “honoured and humbled to receive this recognition” and hopes that this award sends a “powerful message to other nurses to serve beyond the healthcare setting”.
Her area of interest focuses on issues such as gender-based violence, sexual health and the reintegration of refugees. Over the years, she had been volunteering and working with different organisations to help and raise policy awareness for these issues.
The NYP lecturer decided to go into teaching when she realised that the younger generation is the key to a better nursing industry in the future.
“Being in this position allows me to inculcate in my students what is it actually is to be a nurse,” she said, adding that she wants to initiate change in the nursing profession by instilling pride of being a nurse in students.
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Source – Deccan Herald
Nurses are an inevitable part of Health care services. In the year 2000, there was much less no of nurses when compared to 2017 But does this mathematics accompany the known slogan ie as Supply Increases, Demand Decreases. Our answer is a Big NO. Some may be astonished to see this answer. We have said this because as time pass on people are becoming more health conscious. More people are coming to hospitals. So the result should be more jobs. Then why every nurse doesn’t get a job that he or she wants?. This is because as supply has increased, recruiters are forced to put upon some cut offs for getting more qualified and knowledgeable nurses ie in the forms of various exams like MOH, DHA, HAAD, Prometric, CGFNS, NCLEX RN, IELTS, TOEFL etc. etc.
But still a question remains, after all these hardships of passing these exams, paper work, bribes (sometimes) etc do nurses are getting nice salaries abroad. In this article, Nursescircle.com tries to unveil salaries of some of the most sought nurses jobs in middle east. Hopes you find this article a useful one. If you find this article useful, please feel free to share this in your social network. Read more of this article »
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National Emblem – Adaptation of Sarnath Lion capital of Ashoka. In the original, there are four lions, standing back to back, mounted on an abacus with a frieze carrying sculptures in high relief of an elephant, a galloping horse, a bull and a lion separated by intervening wheels over a bell-shaped lotus.
National Flower – Lotus (Nelumbo Lucifera)
National Flag – Tricholour flag with Saffron on top, White in middle and Dark Green at bottom. Width to length ratio of the flag should be 2: 3
National bird – Indian Peacock (Pavo Cristatus)
National Animal – Tiger (Panthera Tigris)
National Calendar – Saka Era adopted on 22 March 1957. For official purposes – Gregorian Calendar
National Anthem – Jana Gana Mana written by Rabindranath Tagore. Adopted by constituent assembly on January 24, 1950. First sung on 27 December 1911 in Calcutta Session of INC
National Song – Vandemataram written in Sanskrit by Bankimchandra Chatterjee
Nobel prize for literature – Alice Munroe – Master of contemporary short stories
Nobel prize for Peace – Organisation for the prohibition of Chemical weapons
Sarswati Samman – Govind Mishra for Dhool Paudho Par
Templeton prize – Thomas Halik
Gandhi Peace prize – Chandi Prasad Bhatt
Vyas Samman – Vishwanath Tripathi 2014
Sachin Tendulkar and CNR Rao – Bharat Ratna
Honoured by house of commons, london – Karina kapoor
Mother Teresa International award for social justice – Sushmita Sen
Honoroury Canadaian Citizenship – Malala Yousafzal
Man booker prize – Eleanor Cantton 2014 – youngest to recieve Man Booker prize ever
Inaugral Allard Prize – Anna Hazare
Dada Saheb Falke academy Award – Yash Chopra
Dada saheb falke award – Pran
Grammy Life time achievment award – Pandit Ravi shankar
Humanitarian achievement award – Nelson Mandela
Sree Narayana Guru Peace award – Sashi Tharoor
Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award – Ronjon Sodhi
UN public service award – Ooman Chandy
1 Jawaharlal Nehru (1889–1964) MP for Phulpur – 15 August 1947 to 27 May 1964 [†] – 16 years, 286 days
Gulzarilal Nanda (1898–1998) MP for Sabarkanth – 27 May 1964 – 9 June 1964 – 13 days
2 Lal Bahadur Shastri (1904–66) MP for Allahabad – 9 June 1964 – 11 January 1966 – 1 year, 216 days
Gulzarilal Nanda (1898–1998) MP for Sabarkanth – 11 January 1966 – 24 January 1966 – 13 days
3 Indira Gandhi (1917–84) MP for Rae Bareli 24 January 1966 – 24 March 1977 – 11 years, 59 days
4 Morarji Desai (1896–1995) MP for Surat – 24 March 1977 – 28 July 1979 – 2 years, 126 days
5 Charan Singh (1902–87) MP for Baghpat – 28 July 1979 – 14 January 1980 – 170 days
Indira Gandhi (1917–84) MP for Rae Bareli – 14 January 1980 – 31 October 1984 – 4 years, 291 day
6 Rajiv Gandhi (1944–91) MP for Amethi – 31 October 1984 – 2 December1989 – 5 years, 32 days
7 V. P. Singh (1931–2008) MP for Fatehpur 2 December 1989 – 10 November 1990 [NC] – 343 day
8 Chandra Shekhar (1927–2007) MP for Ballia – 10 November 1990 – 21 June 1991 – 223 day
9 P. V. Narasimha Rao (1921–2004) MP for Nandyal – 21 June 1991 – 16 May 1996 – 4 years, 330 days
10 Atal Bihari Vajpayee (born 1924) MP for Lucknow – 16 May 1996 – 1 June 1996 [RES] 16 days 1996
11 H. D. Deve Gowda (born 1933) MP (Rajya Sabha) for Karnataka – 1 June 1996 – 21 April 1997 324 days
12 I. K. Gujral (1919–2012) MP (Rajya Sabha) for Bihar – 21 April 1997 – 19 March 1998 332 days
13 Atal Bihari Vajpayee (born 1924) MP for Lucknow – 19 March 1998 – 22 May 2004 – 6 years, 64 days
14 Manmohan Singh (born 1932) MP (Rajya Sabha) for Assam 22 May 2004 – Incumbent – 9 years, 99 days
Longest term -Jawaharlal Nehru – 16 years 286 days, then Indira Gandhi – 16 years and then comes Dr. Manmohan Singh 9 Years
Do you know a fact – Dr. Manmohan Singh has never been elected from a constituent assembly
Courtesy – Wikipedia
January 12 – Indian youth day
January 30 – antileprosy day
February 12 – sexual&reproductive awareness day
February 15 – international childhood day
February 28 – Indian science day
March 7-14 – international women’s week
March 8 – international women’s day
2nd Thursday of March – World Kidney day
March 24 – TB day
March 15 – consumer rights day
March 22 – world water day
March 24 – TB day
April 7 – world health day
April 11 – Indian safe motherhood day
April 17 – national hemophilia day
April 22 – earth day
May 4 – world asthma day
May 5 – international day of midwives
May 8 – world red cross day
May 12 – Nurse’s day
May 15 – world family day
May 17 – World Hypertension day
May 29 – schizophrenia day
May 31 – No tobacco Day
June 2 – clean air day
June 5 – environment day
June 8 – world oceans day
June 26 – international day against drug abuse
June 27 – world diabetes day
July 1 – doctor’s day
July 6 – world zoonosis day
July 11 – world population day
August 1-7 – world breast feeding week
August12 – international youth day
September(1-7) – Indian nutrition week
september 8 – world literacy day
september (8-22) – eye donation fortnight
september 21 – world Alzheimer’s day
september 26 – day for deaf
Last sunday of September – World Heart Day
september 30 – blood donation day
October 10 – world mental health day
November 10 – world immunisation day
November 14 – children’s day
December 1 – world AIDS day
Courtesy – Jins Jose – Nursingexamaid.blogspot.in
Out of all these some important ones are population day, Alzheimer’s day, day for deaf, mental health day, TB day, Asthma day, Envt day and diabetes day