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September - 2017 issue

Sarath Shyam

Charnock Healthcare Institute: Changing the Face of Nursing Practice in India

Offering Nursing, Paramedical and Administrative education, Charnock Healthcare Institute located in Kolkata, the 'City of Joy,' is a unique medical education institute that has been creating...

Top 10 Promising Nursing Colleges 2017

HER Team Top 10 Promising Nursing Colleges in India - 2017
By HER Team
The transformation of nursing into a profession can be traced back to the time when the pioneer of the nursing profession, Florence Nightingale in 1860 initiated nursing school at St Thomas'...  more >>

HER Team METAS Adventist College: Ushering the Standard of Nursing Education in India
By HER Team
In a developing country like India, millions of people suffer from avoidable health issues on a daily basis. The healthcare sector, however, lacks qualified professional and there is a wide...  more >>

HER Team KLE University's Institute of Nursing Sciences: Creator of Tomorrow's Competent Nursing Professionals
By HER Team
KLE University, being the centre of excellence has been positioned as the 3rd Best University at State Level among the Universities in Karnataka by Karnataka State Universities Ranking Framework...  more >>

HER Team Kasturba Gandhi Nursing College: Contributing to the Blooming Demand of Nursing Education
By HER Team
Initiated by Sri Balaji Educational and Charitable Public Trust under the Chairmanship of an enthusiastic visionary Shri. M. K. Rajagopalan, Kasturba Gandhi Nursing College (KGNC) was established...  more >>

HER Team Narayana College of Nursing: Optimizing the Standard of Nursing Education
By HER Team
The founder of Asia's largest educational conglomerate Narayana Group of Educational Institutions, Dr. Ponguru Narayana is an eminent name in the history of education.  more >>

In My View

Prof. Graham Kendall Communicating with Students in Higher Education
By Prof. Graham Kendall
Universities face challenges with how best to communicate with their students. The primary communication mechanism has historically been emailed but this is slowly becoming obsolete as newer forms...  more >>

Director's Insights

Siddhartha Chaturvedi Why is Digital Learning the Right Way to build Offline Skills: The Prospects of ICT in our Education System?
By Siddhartha Chaturvedi
Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are the upcoming pioneers in the transformation of the Indian education and skill development sector.  more >>

Industry Insights

Guruvayurappan PV How Universal Medical Codes Promise More Career Opportunities for Medical Coders
By Guruvayurappan PV
Healthcare is a sector, which touches every individual. In developed countries, it makes up for over 10 per cent of the GDP, and in the case of the US, it makes up over 18 percent of the GDP.  more >>

Scholastic Viewpoint

Dr. Anandhi Ramachandran Healthcare IT as One of the Top of the Line Jobs
By Dr. Anandhi Ramachandran
The Indian Healthcare industry is growing at a tremendous tempo owing to the initiatives being adopted for strengthening coverage, services and increasing healthcare expenditure by public as well...  more >>

mentor's opinion

Peter Derby-Crook Technology Supporting Learning
By Peter Derby-Crook
Tanglin Trust School embraces technology where it supports learning. This year, every student from the age of 5 to 13 years has been bringing their own mobile learning tool to school, every day.  more >>

Last Word

Prof. Onkar Singh Why Only Engineering Education in Present Perspective?
By Prof. Onkar Singh
India's higher education system has become too big due to the reasons of country's large population and the desire to enhance the gross enrolment ratio.  more >>

Editorial

Sarath Shyam Take Care of our Caretakers
By Sarath Shyam
In the next two decades, the world would need an additional 2.6 million doctors and over nine million nurses and midwives to ensure equitable and accessible healthcare for everyone.  more >>

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