National Service Scheme (NSS) is an Indian Government sponsored programme implemented by universities and through the colleges. We have an active NSS unit with primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. Our students are very enthusiastic to take participate in the community welfare services. The activities which we perform under our NSS banner are: Free health checkups’, Morbidity clinic, Diabetic camps, Aids awareness programme, Blood donation camp, Anganwadi clinic , Rally, Shramadhana etc.


The Student Nurses Association, popularly known as SNA, the only National level associate organization of the TNAI (Trained Nurses Association of India) for student nurses established in the year 1929 at the time of annual conference of the TNAI in Madras. SNA is an association aiming at the overall development of each student nurse with the ultimate motive of the development of the nursing profession and accredit them to join TNAI as qualified nurses.


  1. To help students to uphold the dignity and ideals of profession for which they are qualifying.
  2. To promote a corporate spirit among students for common goal.
  3. To furnish nurse in training with advice in their courses of study leading upto professional qualifications.
  4. To encourage leadership abilities and help students to gain a wide knowledge of the nursing profession in all its different branches and aspects.
  5. To increase the students social contacts and general knowledge in order to help them take their place in the world when they have finished their training.
  6. To encourage both professional and recreational meetings, games and sports.
  7. To provide a special section in the nursing journal of India for the benefits of students.
  8. To encourage students to compete for prizes in the student nurses exhibition and to attend national and regional conferences


The Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) is a National Professional Association of Nurses is established in 1922.The organization of the TNAI makes it possible for all nurses to participate at some level. The aims of the TNAI centre upon needs of the individual member and problems in the nursing profession as a whole. Such aims include Up-Grading, development and standardization of nursing education; improvement of living and working conditions for Nurses in India and registration for qualified nurses.


The purposes of TNAI are:

  • Upholding the dignity and honour of the nursing profession.
  • Promoting a sense of esprit de corps among all nurses.
  • Enabling members to take counsel together on matters relating to their profession.
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