Indira Gandhi Institute of Paramedical Sciences organized a National Conference on Saturday, 17th of March 2018. Disaster Management: Role of Paramedics was discussed to enhance and prepare the medical groups about the mitigation and preparedness after disaster.
Dr. S.N. Roy (Deputy C.M.O, Amethi) graced the occasion with his presence as the Chief Guest. Wng. Cdr. Rtd. Manoj Muttu (Administrator IGGI), Mrs. Sharmila Barua Roy Chowdhury (Director IGGI) and Mr. Avadhesh Sharma (General Manager IGGI & SGMT) were the Guests of Honor. The function started with the traditional lighting of lamp after which Saraswati Vandana was sung by the students.
Eminent speakers from across the country like Dr. S.N. Gaur, Dr. Chetan Tiwari, Dr. R. N. Chaurasia, Dr. Vinod Singh, Dr. S.P. Singh (Principal, IGIPS) and many others enlightened the students with their knowledge and skills relating to Disaster Management. Students and faculty from many colleges and institutions attended the conference making it a complete success. Further, a ceremony was held to felicitate the achievers with mementos and certificates.
The Conference concluded with a vote of thanks and the national anthem.
Indira Gandhi School and College of Nursing (IGSCON) held a grand Alumni Reunion on 15th March 2018. The event witnessed a healthy attendance of our former students who came back to revive the happy memories of their academic life and to applaud the phenomenal growth of their alma mater.
Mrs. Sharmila RoyChoudhury (Director - IGGI), Mr. Avadhesh Sharma (GM - SGMT & IGGI), Prof. D. Elakkuana Bhaskara Raj (Principal - IGSCON), Prof. Mrs. Jhoncy Rani (Vice Principal - IGSCON) lauded the alumni for their achievements in the nursing profession and the values they have exemplified. There were some rocking performances by IGSCON students. The alumni shared their experiences about the college and participated in some entertainment programs conducted for them. Further, the alumni, management and faculty discussed the creation of an Alumni Cell for staying connected. The program winded up with a Vote of Thanks and National Anthem.
The Lamp Lighting and Oath Taking Ceremony of 11th batch of GNM, 3rd batch of ANM and 2nd batch of BSc nursing students was conducted on 14.03.2018 at the multipurpose hall of IGSCON.
The program began with a prayer song by the students followed by the lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest Wing Cmdr(Rtd) Mr. Manoj Muttu (Administrator, SGMT), Guest of Honor Mrs Sharmila Roy Choudhury (Director, IGGI), Mr Avadhesh Sharma (General Manager, SGMT & IGGI), Mr. Bholanath Tiwari (Project Manager) and Prof. D.Elakkuana Bhaskara Raj, Principal IGSCON. The gathering included SGMT officers, Faculty and students of IGSCON, IGIPS and Sanjay Gandhi Hospital.
The honorable Chief Guest and Guest of Honor handed over the light to the nursing faculty who in turn lighted the students’ candles. Principal IGSCON, D.Elakkuana Bhaskara Raj administered the oath and students followed him. Prizes were given away to deserving students for their excellence in academic and extra-curricular activities. The program ended with the Vote of Thanks and the National Anthem.
MAHATMA GANDHI JAYANTI CELEBRATION
CELEBRATING BAPU’S BIRTHDAY
Indira Gandhi Group of Institutions celebrated the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd October 2017 through “Shramdaan”. Bapu always propagated hygiene, cleanliness, self-help and hard work. His teachings inspired our students to follow in his footsteps. The nursing students participated in the activity enthusiastically and carried out a cleanliness and beautification drive of the college premises.
The Shramdaan activity was conducted from 7:00 am to 10:00 am wherein the students divided themselves into different groups and allocated lanes of the school and hospital for executing the designated work. The students were excited to turn their daily surroundings into sparkling clean areas. The students washed and cleaned the classrooms, reception area and garden surrounding the IGSCON and IGIPS building. They dusted the furniture, windows and library premises. Waste material like poly bags, wrapping papers and other dirty materials were removed. The garden area was cleared of weeds, dead grass and dirt; saplings were planted by the students to add to the greenery.
We also created public awareness about keeping the surroundings clean, importance of cleanliness and hygienic surroundings.
The aim behind the Shramdaan Program was:
- To motivate students to maintain hygienic conditions in their surroundings.
- To emphasize on the importance of clean and green surroundings (plantation)
- To create awareness about the different types of epidemics and diseases that break out due to unclean surroundings.