events taking place at college


Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in Events | 0 comments

19, September, 2013 RIN arranged a de-addiction seminar which was arranged by our respected Principal mam, Mrs, Rintu Chaturvedi. This seminar was specially to emphasize on de-addiction. Our honourable chief guest was Dr. Barinder Singh (SMO in charge) of De addiction center Batala, other guests were Mr. Raminder Sidhu (Medical officer) & Mr. David Gill (Social worker). The function got started with anchoring of Ms. Harjit Kaur clinical instructor in RIN. She invited Ms. Simranpreet Kaur for welcome speech. Then she invited our respected principal Mam Mrs. Rintu Chaturved for introduction...

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Posted by on Aug 22, 2013 in Events, News & Announcements | 0 comments

Independence Day was celebrated at Royal Institute of Nursing, Jaito Sarja. Director S. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa performed the ceremony of flag hoisting. All the faculty members were present on that day. Principal Mrs. Rintu Chaturvedi delivered a speech reminding all present there, about the importance of Independence Day. All the staff members of RIN paid their tribute to the noted and unnoted freedom fighters at function. The students also paid their tribute to the freedom fighters by singing patriotic songs. After that the students along with all the faculty members sang National Anthem....

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Farewell Party

Posted by on Jun 21, 2013 in Events, News & Announcements | 0 comments

A farewell party was organized by Royal Institute of Nursing, Jaito Sarja for the outgoing batches of GNM, ANM, and P.B. B.Sc. (N) on 14th of June. Function was started by a welcome speech given by a student of GNM. Chief Guest in this event was Dr. Sukhdeep Singh. First of all Director of RIN Mr. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa along with principal Mrs. Rintu Chaturvedi, Vice Principal Ms. Rajwant kaur , Ramandeep Kaur, HOD CHN, and Ms. Sharanjeet Kaur, HOD OBG has done the lamp lightening ceremony. Later on principal Mrs. Rintu Chaturvedi delivered a welcome cum farewell speech. After that...

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Posted by on May 24, 2013 in Events, News & Announcements | 0 comments

Every year on 24 May world Schizophrenia day was celebrated. Schizophreniais a psychotic disorder characterized by disturbance in thoughts, perception & Mood” Royal Institute of Nursing, Jaito Sarja celebrated “world SchizophreniaDay” in its campus on 24th May 2013. The theme of day was “physical Health of people with mental illness” It was introduced by Ms. GurinderpalKaur (Clinical Instructor) also she welcomed all those who were gathered there. After this Respected Principal Mam Ms. Rintu Charturvedi (HOD Psychiatric Department) gave a brief explanation about...

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Posted by on May 21, 2013 in Events, News & Announcements | 0 comments

Royal Institute of Nursing, Jaito Sarja celebrated” WORLD HYPERTENSION DAY” in its campus. The theme of day was: “Healthy Heart beat- Healthy Blood Pressure”. It was introduced by Ms. HardeepKaur(Nursing Tutor) also, She welcomed all students, management Committee and whole faculty. After this Ms. RajwantKaur(HOD Medical Surgical Nursing department) gave presentation, in which, she showed video about CPR and Hypertension. Quiz competition was held among G.N.M. 1st Year, G.N.M. 2nd Year, B.Sc. (N) 1st Year & B.Sc. (N) 2nd Year. Then, Ms. Minal Bhatia (Clinical Instructor) presented...

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Nurses week celebration & Oath Ceremony of Fresher’s at RIN

Posted by on May 18, 2013 in Events, News & Announcements | 0 comments

Nurse’s week has been celebrated in Royal Institute of Nursing, Jaito Sarja from 6th May- 11th May 2013. On 6th May there was a opening ceremony for nurse’s week & celebration of International Midwives Day. Opening ceremony has been Inaugurated by Director of RIN, Mr. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Principal Mrs. Rintu Chaturvedi, Vice-Principal Ms. Rajwant Kaur , HOD of Community Health Nursing, Mrs. Ramandeep Kaur & HOD of OBG, Ms. Sharanjeet Kaur. By starting the event, Ms. Sharanjeet Kaur gave welcome speech by elaborating the midwives day theme – World Needs Midwives Now More...

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