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Student Nurses Association/Council

Introduction 
The student nurses association is a nationwide organization that aims for reaping the best nurses by sowing the seeds right from the student period. The student nurses association organized is
associated with and under the jurisdiction of the TNAI (Trained association of India). In addition to providing a means of personal and professional development for the nursing student. Every year, the TNAI invites nursing students to come and join the student nurses association of India. It is a nationwide organization of nursing students established in 1929. The main purpose of forming the SNA is to facilitate the nursing students all-round development and accredit them to Join TNAI as qualified nurses. At present there are over 1000 SNA units with more than 1 lakh student nurses as members all over the country.


Mission
Promoting professional and social unity among the nursing students of our nursing college, providing a closer bond and more unified spirit among all nursing students through group activities and stimulating interest and understanding in the program of the professional nursing organizations.


The objectives of S.N.A is;
 To help students to uphold the dignity and ideals of the profession for which they are
qualifying.
 To promote a co-operative spirit among students for common good.
 To furnish Nurses in training with advice in their courses of study leading up to
professional qualification
 To encourage leadership ability and help students to gain a wide knowledge of the
Nursing profession in its different branches and aspects.
 To increase the student's social contacts and general knowledge in order to help them take
their place in the world when they have finished their training
 To encourage both professional and recreational meetings games and sports.
 To provide a special section in The Nursing Journal of India for the benefit of students.
 To encourage students to compete for prizes in the various competitions and also to
attend national and regional conferences.

Membership
• Fees are minimal and easily met by the nursing student.
• A student opting for the new Membership Plan has to pay just a lump sum Rs. 2,000/-
(inclusive of SNA subscription for 4 years, Scholarship Fund and SNA to TNAI
Membership fee) and he/ she shall become a full TNAI Member automatically after
completion of the course

 


Scholarship
• The Student Nurses' Association awards to the students of ANM/GNM and B.Sc
programme. An amount of Rs.750/- is given for every month and Rs.2000/- is given as
one time grant for buying books. This amount is given for their entire period of study.

Activities
 Organization of meetings and conferences.
 Maintainance Of SNA Diary: It was instituted in 1939. This is a biennial record book drawn up for the use of the unit secretaries to record all unit activities – professional, educational, social-cultural and recreational activities. These dairies are assessed by the state SNA advisors and two best are sent to National SNA advisor for evaluation and award.
 The exhibition is one of the oldest, useful and very popular activities of the Association. The students prepare posters on the subjects taught to them. The best one from the state under each section is entertained at the national level.
 To increase self-confidence in the students and help them gain skill in communication the association arranges debates, panel discussions seminars, The students are encouraged to write on professional topics for The Nursing Journal of India.
The students undertake community projects – health surveys, school health projects, medical camps etc.
 To acquaint the general public with the Nursing profession, the general public is invited to the celebrations and festivals.
 Fundraising is an important and necessary activity. The fundraising is done at all levels.
 Socio-cultural and recreational activities like dance, dramatics, and music, sports competitions are carried out to bring about overall development in the students.
 In addition to foresaid activities, there are numerous other activities which are carried out by the units and students are awarded for their both scholastic and talent performances.
The students are encouraged to arrange their own extracurricular activities and thus to accept leadership roles.

YENEPOYA NURSING COLLEGE, MANGALURU

SNA OFFICE BEARERS 2 019-20

SL NO

POST

NAME

YEAR OF STUDYING

  1.  

SNA President (Principal)

Dr. Leena K C

 

  1.  

SNA Advisor (Faculty)

Mrs. Vinya kumari

 

  1.  

SNA Asst.  Advisor (Faculty)

Mr. Santhosh

 

  1.  

Vice president

Mr. Safwan Ahmmed

4th year

  1.  

Secretary

Ms. Shintu Ruby

4th year

  1.  

Joint secretary

Ms. Gopika Babu

3rd year

  1.  

Treasurer

Ms. Maya Shaju

4th year

  1.  

Asst. treasurer

Ms. Mary Liz

3rd year

  1.  

Chair person for disciplinary committee

Ms. Ashna Ann Antony

4th year

  1.  

Asst. for disciplinary committee

Mr. Hashim S

3rd year

  1.  

Chair person for cultural & literary committee

Mr. Arjun R K

3rd year

  1.  

Asst. for cultural & literary committee

Miss. Vidya Laxmi

2nd year

  1.  

Chair person for sports committee

Mr. Mrudul M K

3rd year

  1.  

Asst. for sports committee

Mr. Neeladri M Panikar

2nd year

  1.  

Chair person for academic committee

Mr. chandan Kumar

3rd year

  1.  

Asst. for academic committee

Ms. Siona Danica Barboza

2nd year

  1.  

Chair person for student editorial

Ms. Helna Anil

3rd year

  1.  

Asst. for student editorial

Mr. Mohammed sahad

2nd year