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Overview | M.M COLLEGE OF NURSING

The M.M College of nursing was established in 2004 with the introduction of B.Sc. Nursing courses. Now the college of nursing is blossomed into a full pledged Post graduate institute par excellence. The college has expanded its wings and holds the proud priviledge of conducting the courses of Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing in 2008. M.Sc. Nursing in 2008 and Ph.D in Nursing 2011.

The college is attached to 920 bedded multi disciplinary parent hospital. The hospital is well known health centre in northern part of India. The college is implementing a program with Jhpiego to strength the quality of pre-services nursing education and Bodhi Health Education to develop critical care training videos for students utilization.

College offers a unique opportunity for students to learn the leading edge innovations in the field of nursing by collaborating with Indian Nursing Council, WHO Collaborating centre, AIIMS, New Delhi, TNAI. There is constant and sincere efforts by management to encourage generation of innovative ideas, creativity and team work for strengthing quality of nursing education, setting up higher benchmark and be progressive.

Name Of Department
  • Medical-surgical nursing
  • Child health nursing
  • Obstetrical and gynecological nursing
  • Community health nursing
  • Mental health nursing
  • Nurse practitioner critical care
Key Features
  • Highly qualified staff
  • Smart classroom with LCD
  • Well Equipped Laboratories
  • Enriched Library
  • Wi-Fi Campus
  • Well Equipped computer Lab
  • E-Learning Portal
  • Fully air- conditioned seminar hall
  • 950 bedded medical hospital in
  • Training & Placement cell

VISION To Prepare Nurses to Assume Responsibilities as Professionals, Educators, Administrators, Competent Nurses and Midwives in providing Promotive, Curative and Rehabilitative Services in a wide variety of health care Settings.

MISSION To develop best competent nursing personals so that they provide evidence based and quality care to the patients.

Courses | Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University), Mullana

The undergraduate degree in Nursing is to provide an educational programme through which the graduates will be prepared to assume responsibility in the primary, secondary, and tertiary care of people as professional nurses.

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Post graduate programme in nursing builds upon and extends competence acquired at the graduate levels, emphasizes application of relevant theories into nursing practice, education, administration and development of research skills.

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The undergraduate degree in Nursing is to provide an educational programme through which the graduates will be prepared to assume responsibility in the primary, secondary,

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OBJECTIVES

  • Being able to deliver healthcare in the field of nursing to high technical and professional standards that meet the health needs of patients, in accordance with the scientific knowledge available at any given time, and to the levels of quality and safety provided for by law and ethics.
  • Planning and providing nursing care to individuals, families or groups, evaluating the impact of results on health through clinical practice guidelines, and describing the processes involved in healthcare treatments.
  • Being familiar with and applying the foundations, and the theoretical and methodological principles of nursing.
  • Designing healthcare systems for individuals, families or groups, assessing their impact and making changes where necessary.
  • Being able to base nursing interventions on scientific evidence and the technical means available.
  • Promoting and respecting the right of participation, information, autonomy and informed consent in the decisions made by patients, based on their feelings about their illness.
  • Ensuring healthy lifestyles and self-care, based on the promotion of therapeutic and preventive behaviours.
  • Protecting the health and welfare of the individuals, families or groups served by ensuring their safety.
  • Knowing the Spanish code of nursing ethics, including the ethical implications of health in a changing global context.
  • Being familiar with the principles of health and social funding, and making proper use of the resources available.
  • Establishing mechanisms for evaluation, based on scientific and technical quality standards.
  • Learning about health information systems.
  • Learning strategies to comfort terminally ill patients and their families in the implementation of palliative care that will contribute to alleviating their plight.

OUTCOMES

  • Job flexibility is high.
  • Strong personal satisfaction is there.
  • Work in many locations.
  • Enjoy career mobility.
  • Adequate numbers of well- educated nurses working in acute care areas can reduce the risk of patient mortality.
  • Trained nurses can produce health outcomes that are equivalent to those of doctors for patients with a range of chronic health problems.
  • High wages
CARRER OPPORTUNITY
After completion of Nursing Programme. The candidate should work as:-
  • Nursing Officer
  • Clinical instructor cum Tutor
  • Public health nurse
  • Occupational health nurse
  • Research Nurse
  • Also work in association with organization like JHAPIGO, Bodhi health care foundation, UNICEF, WHO , NRHM etc
  • Overseas placement
  • Aeronautic Nurse
  • Forensic Nurse
FACILTIES AT DEPARTMENT
  • Highly qualified staff
  • Smart classroom with LCD
  • Well Equipped Laboratories
  • Enriched Library
  • Wi-Fi Campus
  • Well Equipped computer Lab
  • E-Learning Portal
  • Fully air- conditioned seminar hall
  • 950 bedded medical hospital in
  • Training & Placement cell

Career Interests

Nursing is one of those wonderful and gratifying professions in which there are endless opportunities for the students to grow and prosper on the basis of their skills, knowledge and professional experience.
Female Nurses, upon completion of their course from MM College of Nursing, have been successful in securing their place in the leading hospitals and health institutions all across the world. Students also have the opportunity to get placed in the centres of excellence in such areas as Cardiac Care, Burns, Neurology and Palliative Care. Students can also get esteemed work profile of Health Care Assistant with important people/organizations of the world.
Students can also opt for teaching profession in Nursing post their Masters Degree. There are many jobs for nurses in the administration segment of Nursing, Healthcare and Tertiary Care.

Academic Activities | Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University), Mullana

Sr.No.

Topic

Date

1

Evidence Based Midwifery Practice

04/05/2019

2

Nurses and Community Capacity Building : Universal Health coverage ; everyone Everywhere

20/04/2019

3

ECG: Learn and Interpret

30/03/2019

4

Facility Based New Born Care

12/12/2018 to 13/12/2018

5

Three-day workshop under 'TI University Program'

15/2/2017 to 17/2/2017

6

GREEN TECHNIQUES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

06th to 10th February 2017

7

One-day workshop on "Industrial Automation"

9/2/2017

8

Three day Workshop on Communication Skills

7-10 Jan, 2017

9

Workshop on "PCB and Circuit Design"

25/10/2016

10

Workshop on Brain Power

20/10/2016

11

A two days' workshop is organized by Centre of Excellence-National Instrument

18/10/2016 & 19/10/2016

Name of Eminent Guest Speaker Designation of the speaker Topic of Lecture with brief summary in two lines Date of Lecture
Dr. Jaikishan HOD of TB Chest DeptM.M.D.U

prevention of tuberculosis

23 March 2019
Dr. Sandhya Gupta Faculty, deptt of mental health College of Nursing ,AIIMS, New Delhi

Stress and mental well being

19 June 2019
Dr Vinay kumari HOD & professor of Medical surgical nursing MMCON

world AIDS Day under the theme "Know your status"

01 Dec 2018
Mr. Ashutosh Dixit Deputy Director-students welfare and Public Relations

Positive attitude

29 Jan 2018
Ms. Balbir kaur HOD, Dept. of Forensic Medicine, MMU, Mullana

Introduction to forensic medicine

10 February 2017
Ms. Sapna Senior Co-Ordinator, Anovus Institute of Clinical Research, Chandigarh

Opportunities in clinical research-various courses offered, placement of students in various industries

17 January 2017
Ms. Poonam Kharke Geriatric specialist, Florida University, USA

Quality in nursing-difference of nursing practice in India and abroad

26 December 2016
Mr. Abhinandan Soharu Assistant Manager INSCOL Health Care Private Limited

Career counselling

2 December 2016
Dr.Karan Walia Asst. Prof, MM institute of management

Financial literacy- ability to understand how money works in the world

14 March 2016
Mrs. Jyotsana Despande Bharati Vidyapeeth, Deemed university, Pune, Maharastra

Critical thinking in nursing-components, process, importance.

15 February 2016
Mrs. Vivian Lui Executive Director Lawerence College, Alpha International Campus, Toronto

Possibility for Canadian immigration for health professionals-

13 February 2016
Dr. Avinash Rana Asst. Prof. NINE, Chandigarh

Collective bargaining-definition, need, process, techniques, types, advantages and disadvantages

8 February 2016
Dr. Sanjay Bedi Asst. Prof , MM Medical College

Information technology and google drive- meaning ,uses, accessing , advantages

30 December 2015
Dr. Asir John Asst. Prof, MM Institute of physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

How to publish article in journals-think, history, target journal, impact factor, where to publish, steps involving in preparing manuscript.

2 October 2015
Dr. Thaddeus Pace Asst. Prof College of Nursing, University of Arizona

Stress management-physiology of stress, causes, types, overcoming stress, coping with stress

19 December 2014
Mr .Yogesh Kumar Associate Prof, MMCON

Leadership skills in clinical supervision-leadership types, do’s, don’ts, advantages, disadvantages, nurse manager’s role.

12 December 2013
Mrs. Vinay Asst. Prof, MMCON

Research methodology-

20 February 2012
Dr. Sailesh Yadav Asst. Prof, Department of Pharmacology, MMU

“Combat drug resistance: no action today, no cure tomorrow”

Review about the action of antibiotics, drug tolerance and drug resistance and method of preventing drug resistance

8 April 2011

Sr. No.

Name of Conference

Date

1

7 th Annual Conference (IANN) , Quality Nursing Care; Optimising Neonatal outcomes

16/12/2018 - 17/12/2018

2

8 th Annual conference of MMCON Nursing Theories:Basics & Beyond(Explore,Experience & expedite)

17/05/2018

3

Nursing Informatics_ Building Sustainable Health System

07/04/2016 & 08/04/2016

4

Synergizing technology and humanism in intensive neonatal care, IANN

14/02/2014 to 16/02/2014

 

Laboratories

Sr. No.

Name of Lab

Description

1

Nursing Foundation Lab

Nursing Foundation Lab is to demonstrate and hands on practice about basic nursing procedures

2

Medical Surgical Nursing Lab

Medical Surgical Nursing Lab is to demonstrate and hands on practice regarding advance Nursing procedures related to medical surgical areas

3

Obstetrics and Gynaecology Lab.

Obstetrics and Gynaecology Lab is designed to demonstrate and hands on practice regarding antenatal, intranatal and postnatal procedures

4

Community Health Nursing Lab

Community Health Nursing Lab helps students to learn simulation based preventive, promotive and curative health services which are applicable in rural and urban community areas

5

Child Health Nursing Lab

Child Health Nursing Lab is to teach and practice various procedures related to new born care and child health

6

Computer Lab

Students acquire basic as well as advanced computer skills using computer lab. Easy accessibility to internet is also assured

7

Audio Visual Aids Lab

Audio visual aids lab is equipped with standard models, charts and mannequins which aids teachers in provision of effective teachings

8

Nutrition Lab

Nutrition lab is well equipped for Teaching as well as hands on practice of planning and preparation of therapeutic diet

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