Capacity for BSc Nursing
Books in Dept Library
Capacity for MSc Nursing
by INC & State Nursing Council
SMCON has nurtured 583 graduates, through its undergraduate Nursing programs.
Professor cum Vice Principal
Sikkim Manipal College of Nursing (SMCON) has organized a national webinar “Evidence based practice: Care in Midwifery Nursing” on 22nd February 2021 from 3pm to 5pm in Microsoft Teams (MST) Platform. The objective of the webinar was to update the target group on Evidence based practice in Midwifery Nursing and apply the knowledge into practice. The webinar was attended by 189 participants from various institution/organization of different parts of the country.
Sikkim Manipal College of Nursing (SMCON) has organized a national webinar on “Mental Health Challenges for Healthcare Professional during COVID-19 Pandemic” on 11th December 2020 between 3pm - 5pm. The objective of the webinar was to update the target group on the challenges, impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Professional and how to manage it. The webinar was conducted in the Microsoft Teams (MST) Platform. 230 participants from various institution/organization of different parts of the country attended the webinar.
The final year students of BSc. Nursing Programme of Sikkim Manipal College of Nursing (SMCON) had organized a ‘Health Awareness Programme on Breast and Cervical Cancer ‘at Government Secondary School, Duga, East Sikkim on 12th March 2020.
On 22nd February 2020, students of 3rd year B.Sc. Nursing had organized a group project on the topic “Environmental Sanitation” at Paediatric Ward, New STNM Multispecialty Hospital.
This programme was aimed at reaching out to the Radong community under Namli GPU with the message of protein rich diet and its importance and teach the community people how to prepare the food rich in protein.
The outbreak of 2019 Novel coronavirus has raised alarm worldwide as the number of people infected and death toll continue to rise. The outbreak has been declared as Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC) by World Health Organization on 30th January 2020.
On 31st January 2020, 3rd year B.Sc Nursing students had organised a group health education programme on ‘Stress Management’ at Psychiatry Ward, Central Referral Hospital.
On 29th January 2020, 1st year M.Sc. Nursing students had organized a health awareness programme on ‘Importance of Post Natal Care’ for antenatal mother and ICDS staff at Rangpo , PHC.
On 28th January 2020, 2nd year B.Sc. Nursing students had organized a Mass Health Awareness programme on the topic – Diarrhoeal Diseases at Tumlabung village under Namli Gaon Panchayat Unit (GPU).
SMCON was my first brush with the real world. If I got a chance to re-choose an institute to study, which one would I choose?’ I would mentally evaluate and each-time-every-time, I would decide to pick SMCON.
It is my privilege to be the part of SMCON which shaped the holistic being in me. Facing various personal and professional challenges so far, the recognition for this institute never dimmed but always grew.
SMCON was a great school to earn my Bachelor in Nursing degree. I feel like we were prepared to take the exam like NCLEX and an advanced degree. I appreciate it all.