Jamshedpur: School of Nursing, Tata Main Hospital (TMH) celebrated its 63rd Lamp Lighting Ceremony today at the hospital auditorium. Mrs. Ruchi Narendran presided over the programme as the chief guest.
The programme started with an invocation prayer song by the students of School of Nursing followed by cultural programme. Mrs. Ruchi Narendran, along with other dignitaries lighted the lamp of wisdom, service and sacrifice from which 40 new nursing students lighted their lamps and took the Florence Nightingale pledge. The school report was presented after the pledge by the students.
Mrs. Ruchi Narendran gave away the prizes to the best three academic performers. First prize was awarded to Priti Rani, Priska Topno got the second prize and Priyanka Chandra got the third prize for the three months theoretical training classes. While addressing the audience, Mrs Ruchi Narendran congratulated the young nightingales on successful completion of their course. She said compassion, emotional strength with stability of mind, patience and effective communication skills are some of the key qualities which will help them in ensuring proper care of the patients.
The welcome address was given by the superintendent nurse, Marykutty Babu. Other dignitaries who were present on the occasion were Lt Gen Dr G Ramdas, General Manager, TMH, Dr D P Samadar and Mrs Srimanti Sen.