‘Keep abreast of the recent developments in healthcare’
HUBLI: Chandrakanth Kokate, Vice-Chancellor KLES Health Sciences Institution, has urged graduates of nursing sciences to take up higher education for better professional growth.
The Vice-Chancellor was speaking at “Sparsh”, Graduation Day and Annual Day 2008 of KLE Society’s Institute of Nursing Sciences, here on Friday.
Dr. Kokate said that with the advances in the medical field, there was demand for qualified and skilled personnel to assist doctors.
Students of nursing sciences should take advantage of it.
The Vice-Chancellor told them to take up higher education in nursing, public health relations, clinical research and allied fields.
H.B. Rajshekhar, Director of KLES Health Sciences Institution, urged the students of nursing sciences to keep themselves abreast of the recent developments in the field of healthcare.
Dennise Ullagaddi, who secured first rank and two gold medals in B.Sc. nursing course offered by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, was felicitated.
R.S. Hooli, Principal of KLE Nursing College, Belgaum, presided over the function.
Sanjay M. Peerapur, Principal of the institute, welcomed the gathering.
Meenakshi Devangmath presented the annual report.
Lucy Gladys proposed a vote of thanks.