Nursing & Dietetics

Diploma in Nursing

BEDSIDE ASSISTANT

THEORY PRACTICAL
1. Basic principles of nursing at home/bedside. 1. Sponge/bed bath -hair care - eye/ear care- care of hands & feet.
2. Parts of Human body. 2. Sterilization.
3. Systems of body - Skeletal System - Nervous system - Respiratory system - Digestive System - Urinary System. 3. First aid/dressing.
4. HIV / AIDS. 4. Fire burns; Hemorrhages; allergies; banding & splinting; fermentation.
5. Personal care - hygiene and sanitation– grooming and cleanliness. 5. Monitoring vital signs - use of thermometer; blood pressure; pulse; blood sugar.
6. Sterilization. 6. Techniques of shifting patients.
7. Oral hygiene - process/ precautions. 7. Treatment of bedsores.
8. First aid procedure. 8. Catheterization.
9. Accidents; Poisoning; Hemorrhages. 9. Food tube feeding.
10. Sociology - social problems; age related changes; community; health education. 10. Collection of urine; stool; sputum.
11. Communication skills. 11. Administration of oxygen and nebulizer.
12. Home Environment. 12. Administration of suction.
13. Needs of elderly people.
14. Types of Medicine/ Injections.
15. Documentation.
16. Vital Signs.
17. Types of Fever.
18. Physiotherapy & its importance.
19. Elimination needs.

BASIC OF ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY :

THEORY PRACTICAL

1. General Anatomy : - Various Anatomical terms
- Anatomical terms
- Axis
- Plane

1. Demonstration of Human Skeleton :
- Anatomical Position.
- Axis
- Plane
- Identification of various bones & joints.
- Demonstration of movement possible at various joints.

2. Bone :
- Composition & Function
- Classifications
- Various terms & markings on the bones

2. Characteristic features, side determination & applied anatomy of :
(i) Upper Limb bones:
- Scapula - Clavicle - Humerus - Radius - Ulna
(ii) Lower Limb bones:
- Hip - Femur - Tibia - Fibula

3. Muscle: - Structure of various types of muscle. - Classifications. - Isometric and Isotonic Muscle contraction.

3. Methods of B.P Measurement :

4. Nerve: - Structure of Peripheral nerve. - Introduction of Brain & Spinal Cord.

4. Surface markings of important structure of the Body.

5. Joints: - Definition. - Classification. - Structure of synovial Joints.

5. Slide Preparation.

6. Blood: - Composition & Function. - Blood Groups.

6. Microscope Operations.

7. Function of the following Systems: - Digestive - Renal - Respiratory - Cardiovascular - Reproductive

7. Sample Collection.
8. Anatomy of Skin

  • Case History
  • Gynecological
  • Menstruation Cycle
  • Puberty
  • Menopause
  • Irregular Menstruation
  • Disease
  • Abnormal Labor
  • Normal Labor
  • Introduction of pediatric nursing.
  • Balance diet for child.
  • Growth and development.
  • Immunization.
  • Infant Feeding.
  • Premature baby.
  • Baby bath.
  • Care of new born.
  • Cause of fetal death.
  • Contraception.
  • Childhood diseases
  • Diseases and Treatment.
  • Diseases of Respiratory.
  • Disease of Nervous System.
  • Cardiac Disease.
  • Rheumatology & Other Orthopedic Condition.
  • Diseases of urinary tract.
  • Skin diseases.
  • Scabbier.
  • Pediculosis.
  • Ear, Nose, Throat disease.
  • Diseases of eye.
  • Diseases of endocrine system.
  • Definitions
  • Psychiatric disorders
  • First aid
  • PRACTICAL

MIDWIFERY

THEORY PRACTICAL
1. Principles of safety & health hazards measures. 1 Practice of safety & health hazards measures.
2. Principles of working & uses of sterilizer. 2. Operation of Sterilizer.

3. Principles of care for the maternity Patients :
- Risk conditions in pregnancy.
- Danger signs during pregnancy.
- Stages of labor.
- Normal labor/labor with risk signs.
- Examination of mother in labor.
- Methods of preventions of problems during 1st stage of labor.
- Safe & easier birth procedures.
- Risk signs during birth at 2nd stage of labor.
- Nursing care in 3rd stage of labor.
- Nursing care of mother in first 6 hrs after Birth.
- Nursing care of baby in first 6 hrs after birth.
- Practice of nursing care of mother in First 6 hrs after birth.
- Practice of Nursing care of baby in first 6 hrs after birth.

3. Care for the maternity patients :
- Check for risk conditions.
- Check for danger signs during pregnancy.
- Methods of examinations of mother in Labor.
- Methods of prevention of problems During 1st stage of labor.
- Practice of safe & easier birth procedures.
- Check for risk signs at 2nd stage of labor.
- Practice of Nursing care in 3rd stage of Labor.

4. What to do in emergency while waiting for help. 4. Principles of emergency care.

OPERATION THEATRE TECHNICIAN

THEORY PRACTICAL
1. Principles of safety & health hazard measures. 1. Practice of safety & health hazard measures.
2. Principles of code of conduct for O.T technician. 2. Code of conduct in operation theatre.
3. List of instruments for the preparation of Trolley. 3. Preparation of Trolley for surgery.
4. Indication , contraindication & dangers of Surgery. 4. Preparation of patients for surgery.
5. Methods of preparation of patients for surgery. 5. Sterilization of operation theatre & surgical instruments.
6. Principles of sterilization.

6. Identification & operation of :
Boils Operator Suction Apparatus Ventilator Operation Theatre Table Autoclave Cauvery Machine Oxygen Cylinder Bone Curator Regulator

7. Principles , Indication & Contraindications of :
Boils Operator Suction Apparatus Ventilator Operation Theatre Table Autoclave Cauvery machine Oxygen Cylinder Bone Curator Regulator

7. Practice of patients transfer / Shifting.
8. Principles of safe transfer of patients.

8. Practice of injection methods :
Intravenous Intramuscular Subdermal Intradermal

9. Principles, safety & precaution of injection methods : Intravenous Intramuscular Sub dermal Intradermal

9. Practice of stitching skin
10. Procedure of Skin Stitching.

SPECIAL MODULES FOR SKILL DEVELOPMENT :

MODULE 1 : Computer Fundamental , Ms Office & Internet.

Computer Fundamentals, MS-Office & Internet.
-Introduction to Computers -History of Computers -Concept of Hardware Peripherals -Concept of Operating System-Windows XP -Exploring & Configuring the Windows XP Desktop Environment-Customize the Desktop, Start Menu, and Taskbar etc. - Configuring & Migrating Files, Folders & Settings - Folder Views, Accessibility Settings. - Features of Windows XP. - Understanding concepts of Word processing using MS-Word. - Understanding concepts of Electronic Spreadsheet and various types of entries in it. - Understanding concepts of URL Creating and Opening an Email account. - Receiving and sending emails. - Searching information on Internet.

Computer Fundamentals.
- Customize the Desktop Environment e.g. Desktop, Start Menu , Taskbar etc. - Configuring & Migrating Files, Folders & Settings - Folder Views, Accessibility Setting.
MS Word
- Creating , Organizing & Formatting Content Collaborating - Merge ,Insert, View ,Edit , track Mode etc. Formatting & Managing Documents.
MS Excel
- Creating, Analyzing & Formatting Data & Content. Collaborating - Insert,View,Edit,etc. Managing Workbooks
MS PowerPoint
- Creating & Formatting Content. - Collaborating - Track, Edit, Add, Delete Comments, Merge. - Managing & Delivering Presentations.
Internet Concepts
- Opening websites and downloading data from them. - Writing, reading and sending emails.

Module 2 : Spoken English & Communication Skills

SL. NO. Topics Content
1.

Self Introduction :
Filling up a Personal information sheet, Greetings & Wishes.

Communicating and sharing personal information. Using pronouns and greeting.

2.

Our Environment & People :
Identify Pets & Animals, Role play for different professions.

Talking about environment and seasons. Talking about different professions.
3.

Daily Activities :
Listing out daily activities and arrange them with time.

Talking about Actions , routine work , habits and daily activities.
4.

My Family :
Listing out family members. Relations and duties.

Naming Relations
5. My Friends and Classmates :
Matching pictures with description.
Describing people around based on nature and appearance.
6. Getting a Job / Interview for Admission in School :

Reading Advertisement and write an application. Preparing for an interview. Responding to questions.

7. English at different place : Making effective communication with offices and get accustomed with their work system. Communicating in various situations and making inquires at different places like post office, bank, airport, Hospitals etc. Filling up of Bank Pay in Slip, Ration Card Application Forms, and Passport Forms etc.
8. English in media watching / listening to clips for information. Listening to Radio/ TV news, watching visual training movies (cartoons etc.)
Listen and write respond.
9. Language : Comprehension and composition.

Fill in the blanks Use of similar (sounding) words Different meanings of same word. (synonyms) Essay writing. Dictation.

10. Becoming a professional

Group discussion. Lesson from successful / greatest figures' life. Explaining aim in life. Importance of Time Management. Responsibility toward a better future. Training Games. Role Play.

Diploma in Nutrition and Clinical Dietetics

Course Name: Diploma in Nutrition & Clinical Dietetics

Time of Course : 1 year

Syllabus :

Theory:

    Part-1
  • Nutrition Science (or) Human Nutrition.
  • Physiology
  • Food Science
    Part-2
  • Fundamental of Food Preparation.
    Part-1
  • Community Nutrition
  • Public Health
  • Epidemiology
    Part-2
  • Food Commoditiess
    Part-1
  • Nutritional Biochemistry
  • Food Microbiology
  • Sanitation & Hygiene
    Part-2
  • Diet Therapy

Practical

    Part-1
  • Community Nutrition (Practical, Place Visit) - Project
    Part-2
  • Food Science (project with practical).
    Part-3
  • Nutritional Biochemistry (practical) with Project.
  • Detection of food adulteration (practical) with Project.
  • Food Preservation.
  • Diet Therapy (practical) (Project cum internship).