HCN Orientation Program, Himalayan College of Nursing (HCN)

An orientation program was organized for the newly enrolled students in Himalayan College of Nursing (HCN), Jollygrant. Approximately 160 candidates, including their parents, attended the program.

On Monday, an orientation program was held at the Nursing College's auditorium at Swami Rama Himalayan University (SRHU) campus. The event was attended by students enrolling in B.Sc. Nursing, Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing, M.Sc. Nursing, and Nurse Practitioner Critical Care (NPCC) programs. The chief guest at the program, Vice Chancellor Dr. Vijay Dhasmana, stated that the founder's intention behind establishing the institution and Nursing College was to serve the people of Uttarakhand and nearby states. He emphasized that students should view nursing not as a mere career opportunity but a divine calling.

The program commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp in front of the portrait of the founder, Dr. Swami Rama.

Dr. Rajendra Dobhal, Vice Chancellor, urged the students not to be afraid of hard work, as it is essential for success. He mentioned that the university's focus will always be on the overall development of the students.

Nursing Advisor, Dr. Cathy, shed light on the significance of nursing and yoga. She pointed out that in the current era, candidates often experience high mental stress. Therefore, SRHU offers stress management classes through yoga and meditation.

Principal, Dr. Sanchita Pugajandi, provided information about the nursing courses. Vice Principal, Dr. Kamli Prakash, welcomed the new students and their parents. During the event, Director General - Academic Development, Dr. Vijendra Chauhan, Dr. Ashok Deorari, and others were present.

The program was conducted by Preeti Prabha.

Dr. Rajesh Kumar Sharma provided information on faculty, Krishna Mohan on Anti-Ragging while Harleen Kaur presented the Vote of Thanks.