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International Nurses Day observed
5/17/2018 11:02:32 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 17: Stephens Institute of Paramedical Sciences celebrated the Nurses day to commemorate the birth anniversary of the Lady with Lamp "Florence Nightangle". Every year the theme is unveiled and this year the theme was "Nurses a voice to lead. Health is human right".
The function was presided over by Sonam Sharma Assistant Prof. Stephens Institute of Paramedical Sciences.
The matron GMCH Inderjeet Kour was the chief guest on this occasion and Madhu Khajuria (ANS) was the Guest of honour. From the management side Director Satvinder Saini attended the function.
In her speech she stressed upon the role of nurse in healing the sufferings of humanity.
Principal Stephens Institute of Paramedical Sciences spoke on this years theme in length.
The Chief guest and guest of honour advised the students to put lot of efforts to maintain the professionalism and dignity of the nursing profession. The students who earlier participated in the competition like poster , Rangoli, Quiz and speech were rewarded. The audience was enthralled by the dance performances by the students of the SIPS.
The function culminated over vote of thanks to all who make the show possible.
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