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Day 1 : Sunday

Date : 13/10/2019

Dr. D. Y. Patil College and Institute of Nursing Education students of Final Year M.Sc Nursing (13), GNM(26), along with 2 teaching faculties Dr. Mrs. Nisha Naik (Associate Professor), Mrs. Jayshri Jaypurkar (Clinical Instructor) went for the education tour to Goa from

13th October to 19th October 2019 under the guidance and support of Principal Dr.(Mrs). Rupali Salvi Dr. D. Y. Patil College and Institute of Nursing Education, Pimpri Pune- 18.

The group reached Goa’s Madgaon Junction at 5:30am in the morning after which the group boarded bus, there after reached Hotel Mint Royal Assagoa at 7.30 am on 14/10/2019 & the group retired for the day.

Day 2 : Monday

Date : 14/10/2019

Visited Places:

1) Basilica of Bom Jesus

2) Archaeology Museum and portrait gallery

3) Mangeshi Temple

1) BASILICA OF BOM JESUS :

This was the first sight that was visited on 14 October 2019 by all the students from MSc and GNM. Students were guided by respective class coordinators, Dr. Mrs .Nisha Naik Mam class coordinator of second year MSc and Mrs .Jayshri Jaypurkar Mam class coordinator of third year GNM.

Basilica of Bom Jesus is located in old Goa ,it is the oldest church that was built 1605.It is Roman Catholic church that currently comes under the UNESCO world heritage site .The sight is famous and it contains the body of Saint Francis Xavier, who passed away on 3rd of December 1552 the body of the saint is as fresh as it was on the day burial .

2) ARCHAEOLOGY MUSEUM AND PORTRAIT GALLERY :-

The Archaeology Museum and Portrait Gallery was the second site seeing spot that is present in old Goa .It was set up in the year 1964 ,it is run by the Government of India’s Archaeological survey of India .

There are various items on display in the museum it is a place famous for its rock carvings, wooden statues .it eves include huge portraits of former Governors of colonial Goa .There is a larger than life statue of the Portuguese epic poet Luis Vas de Camoes which is particularly note worthy .

3) MANGUESHI TEMPLE :-

Shri Mangesha Temple is located at the Mangeshi village in priol , ponda taluka Goa.It is situated in the north goa and it is Deity of Lord Shiva. This was the third sight seeing spot it was bass completely build in the year 1560 , it is affiliated to Hinduism. It is one of the largest and most visited Temple in the Goa . The Mangueshi Temple is the family deity or kul daivat of the great Indian Nightingale Lata Mangeshkar and her family.

It attaracts hundreds of tourist from all over the India and Abroad . The temple is 450 year old and it is completely dedicated to Lord Shiva, its stands out for its simple yet elegant structure. There is a prominent Nandi Bull (nandi bail) and a beautiful seven story Deepstambha (Lamp tower).The décor includes of various chandeliers of the 19th century.

Day3 : Tuesday

Date: 15/10/2019

Visited Places:

1) Vrundavan Nursing Institute

2) Dona Paula

3) Miramar Beach

4) Jamboree Cruises

1) Vrundavan Nursing Institute:

Vrundavan Institute of Nursing Education located at Colvale, Goa is owned and managed by Bhagirathi Surya Naik Memorial Trust. It was established in 2005 with the aim of nurturing, caring & rendering health services to an individual family & the community at large. The Diploma in General Nursing & Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery course was commenced to start with. As the years passed by the demand for the qualified nurses increased which motivated the Trustees to upgrade the Nursing School into full-fledged collegiate programme. Thus in the year 2007, 1st batch of BSc Nursing students got enrolled. Vrundavan Institute of Nursing Education is affiliated to Goa University, Goa.

2) Dona Paula:

Day 3 began with educational visits in the morning followed by sight seeing after lunch in the hotel. The sight seeing began with Dona Paula being the first place of visit.

Dona Paula is a former village, and tourist destination situated in the suburbs of Panaji, Goa. It is known as the Lovers Paradise in Goa.The actual place is closed due to accidental breakage of the hand of the statue situated on the top. The place is named after a young girl Da. Paula who was not allowed to marry the love of her life and jumped into the Arabian Sea thus giving her life. The sight had lately become famous due to the blockbuster bollywood movie shooting of Singham in the year 2011.

1) Miramar Beach:

Miramar beach was the second visit of Day 3. The beach is located in the capital of Goa Panajim, also known as Panaji. It is the most visited beaches of Goa the Portuguese names the beach as Porta de Gaspar Dias which was later on changed to Miramar by the locals. Walking, Swimming, playing and selfies is the most famous activities done on the Miramar beach. The beach contains various local restaurants and shops providing Goan food and cuisine.

2) Jamboree Cruises:

The third and most fun filled part of day 3 experienced by all the students and teachers, The Jamboree Cruise began at 6:00pm to 7:00pm. The Jamboree Cruises that operates daily on the River Mandovi, Panaji-Goa. It is anchored at the captain of ports Jetty, Panajim. The Jamboree Cruises has an air conditioned deck at level one and an open upper level deck.

The cruise has dancers who showcase famous dances of Goan and Portuguese culture. It then had a separate dance for all the girls on board, a separate dance for all the boys on board and finally a mixed dance for both girls and boys together. The cruise roams around the whole river showcasing various other cruises such as Paradise Cruise, Santa Monica, Big Daddy, etc.

In this way we came to the end of Day 3 which was filled of amazing experiences and a lot of fun.

Day 4 : Wednesday

Date: 16/10/2019

Visited Places:

1) Institute of Nursing Education

2) Goa Nursing Council

3) Goa Medical College (Govt. Hospital)

1) Institute of Nursing Education:

We the student of final year MSc Nursing and Third Year GNM student under the guidance of Dr. Nisha Naik and Mrs. Jayshri Jaypurkar , visited Nursing Institute of Goa on 16th Oct 2019 at 9:30am, as part of our educational learning experience.

2) Goa Nursing Council:

We the student of Final Year MSc Nursing and Third Year GNM Students, under the guidance of Dr. Nisha Naik and Mrs. Jayshri Jaypurkar , visited Nursing Council on 16th Oct 2019 at 11:00am, as part of our educational learning experience.

3) Goa Medical College (Govt. Hospital):

We the student of Final Year MSc Nursing and Third Year GNM students, under the guidance of Dr. Nisha Naik and Mrs. Jayshri Jaypurkar , visited Goa Medical College (Govt. Hospital) on 16th oct 2019 at 12:30 pm, as part of our educational learning experience.

4) Anjuna Beach:

The 4th Day had three various educational visits that were organized in the morning. After the end of all the three visits we were left with free time in the evening. Everyone decided to visit the Anjuna Beach which is located on the coast of North Goa, India. It is the most famous tourist destination located on the northern part of Anjuna village in the taluka of Bardez. The beach has a extended coastline of 30 kilometres along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian Sea. The beach is surrounded with various restaurants, clubs, hotel, motels. The beach holds various occasions and is even know as one of the cleanest beaches in Goa. The beach is well known for its calmness and comfortable tides.

After visiting this beach we came to an end to Day4 with fun and playful experience.

Day 5,

Date: 17/10/2019 Thursday

Visited Places:

1) Fort Aguada

2) Calangute Beach

Activities Done:

1) DJ Night

1) Fort Aguada:

The Fort Aguada is the seventeenth century Portuguese fort, that consists of a lighthouse that is located in Goa on the Sinquerim Beach, at the Arabian Sea. The Aguada Beach is built in the year 1612 and was built by the Portuguese to guar against the Dutch and Marathas. It is maintained by the local government and is regularly checked and maintained by them.

2) Calangute Beach:

Calangute beach was the second visit done on Day 4. Being the last day of the tour many students especially girls kept themselves busy by shopping in the various stalls for clothes, necklaces, sweets, etc. The remaining students along with teachers enjoyed themselves at the beach.

Calangute Beach is located in the town of Calangute in North Goa, it is the most famous beach located in Goa and is the largest beach in North Goa. It is visited by thousands of domestic and international tourists alike. The beach gets most crowded during the season of Christmas and New Year. The sea is known for its high tides and party vibes. There are various water sports that are available across the whole coast line.

DJ Night:

The students were the most excited for the DJ Night that was organised in the hotels conference hall. It was a fun night in which everyone dressed up in some amazing clothes and danced to various Hindi and Marathi hit songs that was played by a Disc Jockey. The night came to an end with special dinner including Chinese cuisine.

Day 6 : Friday

Date: 18/10/2019

This was the last day of the educational tour. We began this day by visiting the Calangute Beach one last time and then heading to the Madgaon Junction. The train was at 3:30pm from Madgaon Junction.

The train arrived at 3:30pm on Platform number one. After everyone settled in we departed from Goa and headed back to Pune. One the way back everyone were excited to see the Dudhsagar which is one of the main tourist attractions that is located on the way back from Goa to Pune and is only seen by the railway route.

After a long journey of 12hrs we finally arrived at the Pune on the 19th October 2019.With this we ended our Educational Tour Goa 2019-2020 under the guidance of nursing administration.


Day 1: Thursday
Date : 24/11/16

Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing students of final year M.sc Nursing(13), B.Sc Nursing(40), RGNM(4), P.B.B.Sc (19) along with 3 teaching faculties Dr. Mrs. Nisha Naik (Assistant Professor) Miss Manisha Gaikwad (Assistant Professor )Miss Preeti Bankar (Clinical Instructor) & Mr. Mankar, went for the education tour to Jaipur & Agra from 24th November to 30th November under the guidance and support of Principal Dr.Mrs. Khurshid Jamadar Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing.

The group reached Jaipur Station at 3 pm in the afternoon after which the group boarded bus, there after reached Hotel King Palace at 4.30 pm & the group retired for the day.

Day 2: Friday
Date : 25/11/2016

On the 2nd day the group visited Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre situated Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Jaipur on 25th November, 2016. A brief introduction was given by Mr. Subhash Sharma, Associate Professor of Medical Surgical Nursing.

The BMCHRC College of Nursing was started in the year 2006 under the umbrella of Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital and Research Centre with the purpose of molding qualified aspirants into the competent nurse to meet the increased demand of the health care industry. The Institute offers Diploma in General Nursing & Midwifery, B.Sc. Nursing and Master’s degree in Nursing. The BMCHRC College of Nursing takes pride for being the first college to offer M.Sc.Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing) programme in Rajasthan.

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The institute has separate campus with WI-FI Internet Facilities, spacious classrooms with high-tech teaching aids, well equipped library with books, national, international Nursing Journal and labs and vast parental and affiliated hospitals and well qualified and experienced faculty.

The College of Nursing is committed to train and groom nurses by offering high quality teaching, instructions and guidance in clinical and research areas of modern nursing. The students have access to a vast clinical field (300 bedded Narayana Multispecialty hospital, 200 bedded BMCHRC, 50 bedded Gautam Psychiatric Hospital, CHC, PHC & Other Govt. Hospitals) where students are posted for clinical training.

The Institute organizes many state, national and international level seminars and workshops. Institute works diligently towards crafting well qualified and skilled, competent, self-directed, general practitioner of nursing who can assume increasing responsibility and leadership in the delivery of quality nursing care.

The hospital provides a quality cancer Care, a women’s wing of the hospital that came into existence on the 16th October 1997 with primary objective of dispersing cancer awareness and to comfort cancer patients and their family members by boosting their moral. This strong contingent of 80 members is relentlessly engaged in selfless service to help and support Cancer Patients effectually looking into minimizing the patients’ anxiety and also provide financial aid to the underprivileged.

Cancer Care lead by Mrs. Anila Kothari as it’s Chairperson; is a registered not-for-profit organization as an associate body of Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre (BMCHRC). The unit developed by a cohesive team of women volunteers dedicated for the cause of cancer became a registered trust on 24th February 1998.

Keeping the above cause in mind KGK Dreams foundation came into existence on 24th of March 2010 to fulfill one true wish of children aging between 1 to 16 years at getting treated at Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre. So far more than 2000 cancer afflicted children’s wishes have been fulfilled adding to their optimism.

After that we went to Rajasthan Nursing council which was located in Sardar Patel Marg in Jaipur. Madam Elizabeth Roy is the Registrar of the council. A brief introduction was given by Krishna Avatar Khandelwar, nursing tutor of SMS hospital. The main activities of the council are registration of the nurses and midwives, examination, inspection & providing various certificates.

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After that we went to the hotel and took our lunch. After the lunch we went for visiting the Aamir Fort which was located high on a hill & was ruled by Raja Man Singh.

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The whole day was very informative and fruitful which gave us a clear picture of jaipur, the pink city of India.

Day 3: Saturday
Date: 26/11/16

After the early breakfast we went for Jaipur local sightseeing in Jantar Mantar Observatory & City palace. Jantar mantar monument of Jaipur, a collection of ninteen architechtural astronomical instruments built by Rajput King Sawai Jai Singh.

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City palace which includes the Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal palaces and other buildings is a palace complex situated in the core of the Pink city Jaipur.

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After the visit we went to hotel & took Lunch & started our journey to the Government Hospital of rajasthan. We visited Sawai Man Singh Nursing College hospital situated on Sawai Mansingh Road, Tonk Road, Jaipur on 26th November, 2016. Sawai Man Singh Nursing College is a Nursing college located in Jhalawar, Rajasthan. A brief introduction about college and hospital tour was done by Mrs., Daisy Mathew, Associate professor of Medical Surgical Nursing.

SMS college of nursing is affiliated to Rajasthan University of Health Sciences. It is recognized from Indian Nursing Council New Delhi. The college has a private management.

S.M.S College of Nursing (SMSCN) offers various courses like Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc. Nursing).and independent training placement cell. The S.M.S College of Nursing (SMSCN) provides good infrastructure facilities to students. It also provides hostel facilities within the college for both boys and girls which would be useful for the students who live outside Jhalawar. The nearest railway station (Jhalawar) and bus stand from the S.M.S College of Nursing (SMSCN) are at a distance of 10 kilometers and 25 kilometers respectively. This would enable students to reach the college within a maximum time span of 30 minutes.

Also, the city has many food joints and multiplexes where students can go for a hang out taking time out of their hectic schedules.

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Sawai Man Singh Hospital is the major hospital of Jaipur and Rajasthan state of India. This government hospital is staffed with 255 doctors and 660 nurses with 1,563 beds in 43 wards. The construction of hospital building began in 1934. The hospital is named after Sawai Man Singh II, then King of Jaipur. The hospital also provides practical training to the students of the Sawai Man Singh Medical College. SMS hospital is under pressure due to a large number of patients from across the stae as it is one of the few government-supersciality hosiptals.

There are 43 wards in all with a total of 1563 beds.

The Various Departments :
Pathological Deptt. Biochemical Deptt.
Microbiological deptt. Cardiological Deptt.
Engiographical Deptt. Cardiothorosic & Vascular Surgery Deptt.
Neorological Deptt. Gastroentrological Deptt.
Nephrological Deptt. Urological Deptt.
Palmonarological Deptt. Neoclear Medicine Deptt.
Opthologicals Deptt. E.N.T.
Blood Bank

Emergency Ward :

Emergency services are available round the clock. The emergency ward has the following sections-CPRU, Plaster Section, Minor plastic surgery ward, Emergency Operation Theatre, X-ray facility, E.C.G. and ICU and an observation ward which has 28 beds.

In the emergency ward all life saving drugs are given free of charge.


Central Laboratory :

There is a provision within the hospital for various medical tests so that the patients can avoid going to private diagnostic centres.


Additional Facilities/Other services. :
  • Medical examination for health certificate is done free of cost when the certificate is required by a govt. organization and at a minimal fees otherwise.
  • Life saving drugs & fluids are provided to patients at less than the market price.
  • Ambulance service is available round the clock at the rate of Rs. 3.50 per k.m. Wheel chairs & Stretchers are available free of cost.
  • Medicines are given free of charge to patients facing emergency and to patients below poverty line.
  • Meals, as prescribed by the dietician are served to patients. There is a provision to give food free to poor patients.
Day 4: Sunday
Date: 27/11/16

The group started the day by waking up early followed by breakfast at 7.30 am & started our journey to agra. At around 1 pm we reached Fatepur Sikri. A small city in northern India, founded by a 16th century Mughal Emperor. Buland Darwza gate is the entrance to the Jama Masjid mosque. Nearby is the marble Tomb of Salim Chishti. Jodha bai palace is the mix of Hindu and Mughal styles, next to the 5-stoiry Panch mahal that overlooks the sight.

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After that we started our journey top Taj Mahal, one of the 7 wonders. The Taj Mahal is an ivory-white marble mausoleum on the south bank of the yamuna river in the indian city of Agra. It was commissioned in 1632 by the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan, to house the tomb of his favourite wife, Mumtaz mahal. After completion of the visit we reached hotel around 7 pm. That was a wonderful historical visit & gave us a masmerizing beauty of Agra

Day 5: Monday
Date: 28/11/16

The group started the journey from Agra by 9 am and reached Fortis Hospital, Jaipur at 3 pm. We visited Fortis Hospital on 28th November, 2016 situated in Jawaharlal Nehru Marg, Malviya Nagar, Jaipur, as a part of our education tour. A brief introduction was given by Mr. Anant Qureshi, HR (Training & Development).

Fortis Healthcare Limited is a leading integrated healthcare delivery service provider in India. The healthcare verticals of the company primarily comprise hospitals, diagnostics and day care specialty facilities. Currently, the company operates its healthcare delivery services in India, Dubai, Mauritius and Sri Lanka with 54 healthcare facilities (including projects under development), approximately 10,000 potential beds and 314 diagnostic centres.In a global study of the 30 most technologically advanced hospitals in the world, its flagship, the Fortis Memorial Research Institute’ (FMRI), was ranked No.2, by ‘topmastersinhealthcare.com, and placed ahead of many other outstanding medical institutions in the world.

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The founder of fortis hospital was Malvinder Mohan Singh. The first hospital was established in Mohali, Punjab in 2001. The number employees are 22,000.

The front office staff at the reception will assist you during the admission process. They will generate a Unique Identification Number (UID) for the patient and all the medical records will be maintained and stored by the hospital for all future reference. They will also draw out an estimate and guide you for selecting the relevant category of room.In addition, you will be required to make an advance payment. The advance shall be adjusted against the final bill at the time of discharge. Those seeking the cashless route would have to visit the insurance desk / TPA desk for the hospitalisation of the patient. The staff will escort the patient to the allotted room/bed and make you feel comfortable.

Nurse will assist in the discharge process which may take few hours to complete the process. Once your final bill is generated, you are expected to clear your dues by paying cash or by a credit/debit card. The nurse will hand over your discharge summary and belongings (like thermometer, urinal bedpan, etc. - used during the course of your stay). She will also explain the medications you need to continue after your discharge and any other follow-up instructions. In case you need a medical ambulance to drop you at your home, then please inform your nurse and she will make the necessary arrangement.

As a patient or attendant, they are responsible:

  • For keeping appointments, being on time for appointments, and calling your doctor/hospital if you cannot adhere to the appointment timing.
  • For providing complete and accurate information, including your full name, address, telephone number, date of birth, particulars of next-of-kin and insurance company/TPA/employer, past illness, and medication details wherever required.
  • For actively participating in your treatment plan and to keep your doctors and nurses informed of the effectiveness of your treatment.
  • For your valuables. Please leave your at home and only bring necessary items.
  • For treating all hospital staff, other patients and visitors with courtesy and respect; abide by the hospital rules and safety regulations; be considerate of noise levels, privacy and number of visitors; and comply with the ‘No Smoking’ policy.
  • For understanding all instructions before signing the consent forms.

The information given was really helpful for trhe group in gaining knowledge in various strategies used by Fortis for the retention of the nurses in their Hospitals.

Day 6: Tuesday
Date: 29/11/16

The group had early breakfast at 7 am and reached Jaipur Station at 8.15 am. We boarded the train at 8.45 am & reached Pune Station on 30/11/2016 at 8.30 am . The group reached Dr. D. Y. Patil CON at 10 am by the college bus.


Conclusion:

The trip took the students into a new environment which gave us the experience of travelling in a group and taught us to be respectful of the locations we visited. This particularly was advantageous to us and helped to find to learn more about the subject on nursing management which the trip focused. It provided valuable educational information in a more informal environment. It also gave us an idea about private & government nursing college and hospital set up functioning. The type of memoies that educational trips create, called “episodic memories”, helps us retain information for longer periods.