Report on School Health Programme
College of Nursing Sports Committee, Adesh University, Bathinda organized annual sports meet 2018-19, sports committee chairman, committee members, class co-ordinators and student representatives decided to organize Sports Meet – 2018-19 from 16/03/2019 to 19/03/2019.
Sub committees were formed to execute the sports activities effectively on sports day. Student’s representatives were also involved in committee.
Col. Jagdev Singh (retd.), Registrar, has kindly consented to be the chief guest, Dr. Avtar Singh Bansal, Medical Superintendent, Adesh Hospital, has kindly consented to be the guest of honor,
Adesh University Constituent Colleges’ Principals and Chairman, Dr. Rajinder Singh Ahi, and Adesh University Sports committee members were graced the opening ceremony on 16/03/2019 at 10.30 am at Adesh University Main sports ground.
Col. Jagdev Singh (retd.), Registrar, declared the meet open at 11.00 AM by hoisting flag and releasing balloons, at main sports ground, Adesh University, Bathinda and gave a short speech highlighting the importance of sports in our life and encouraged students to engage in sports and outdoor games regularly.
During the meet, track events like 100 mtrs, relay race and other events like long jump, shot put, tug of war, kho-kho, cricket, football, Basketball, Throw ball, volleyball, fun games and indoor games like chess & Table Tennis were conducted.
Students were motivated to actively participate in the events with full game spirit, enthusiasm and to enjoy sports meet which give a diversion to them from their actual routines and classes. Students as expected participated enthusiastically and showcased their talents.
As per the schedule all sports events conducted successfully. Results of the events were announced on same day, prizes & certificates were distributed on the same day.
Refreshment was also arranged for faculty & students during the meet.
All sports events were conducted under the supervision of Sports committee representatives, Teaching Faculty, and Physical Instructor, Mr. Balwinder Singh, Adesh University.
As per the guidelines stipulated by Ministry of Human Resource Development, in association with the Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin), Ministry of Drinking water and sanitation, Government of India and University Grants Commision. College of Nursing, Adesh University, Bathinda launched ‘Swachh Bharat Summer Internship’ programme – 2018 on 27/04/2018 under the able guidance of Dr. (Lt Col) G P I Singh, Honorable vice Chancellor. Col. Jagdev Singh, Registrar. Dr. Amanish Singh, Dean Student Welfare and Prof. Shridhar. K.V., Principal, College of Nursing, Adesh University, Bathinda.
The Swachh Bharat Summer Internship aims to develop the skills and orientation of youth for sanitation related work, to bring youth across the country an opportunity to make a significant contribution to the swachhata revolution and to integrate youth in the community service in rural areas in the run up to the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
Accordingly 8 groups, 10 interns in each group of 2nd year Basic B.Sc. Nursing students, College of Nursing, Adesh University, Bathinda, showed interest and devoted 100 hours to swachhata and carried out activities for improving the sanitation and hygiene in the Bhuch Kalan Village, Bathinda.
ACTIVITIES CARRIED OUT DURING SWACHH BHARAT SUMMER INTERNSHIP AT BHUCHO KALAN VILLAGE, BATHINDA.
In pursuance of the objectives of the Swachh Bharat Summer Internship activities, the following activities were organized by the interns who were enrolled and approved by the nodal officer.
‘Swachh Bharat Summer Internship’ was inaugurated by Sardaar Gurpreet Singh Shergill, Sarpanch., Mr. Gurpreet Singh, Medical Officer., Sardaar Harbhajan Singh Shergill, Sardaar Harbachan Singh, Mr. Gurdeep Singh, Village leaders.
The first activity carried out by 8 groups was Street and Drainage Cleaning, through awareness drives.
All groups were participated enthusiastically and cleaned all streets and drainages of the village, the village people also joined their hands and participated in the activity.
At the end, huge quantity of waste was collected from each group in the disposal bags; all the waste was accumulated in a common place and transported to a waste dumping yard, which is situated in the Bhucho Mandi.
In continuation of the Swachh Bharat Summer Internship, the second activity Household Waste Collection Drive was conducted by 6 groups. During the waste collection drive, groups visited houses, marked houses with a code SBSI HWC (Household Waste Collection) for identification purposes and collected solid waste and liquid waste separately and also sensitized family members regarding waste collection, segregation at source and proper disposal.
At the end, waste was collected from 509 houses and collected waste was transported to a waste dumping yard, which is situated in the Bhucho Mandi.
During the household Waste Collection Drive, it was observed that family members showed interest and realized the importance of waste collection, segregation at source and proper disposal.
The Information-Education-Communication activities conducted by the interns to increase the awareness of people about sanitation related issues and trigger a change in sanitation related behaviour were Door-to-door meetings regarding Sanitation, hygiene, toilet usage and hand wash, Village level Rally and Organized Swachhata related movie Screenings, Nukkad Natak, Street Play, Swachhata-related Song and Dance performances.
174 houses Door-to-door meetings regarding Sanitation, hygiene, toilet usage and hand wash was conducted under the leadership of Mr. Anayat Ullah and 166 houses Door-to-door meetings was conducted under the leadership of under the leadership of Ms. Sukhpreet kaur and together sensitized 680 village people.
Mr. Gurpreet Singh Sher Gill, Sarpanch, Bhucho Kalan Village, Mr. Harbhajan Singh Sher Gill, Mr. Harbachan Singh, village leaders were invited as guests for village level rally, Nukkad Natak, Street Play, Swachhata-related Song and Dance performances.
The Village level rally was conducted by spending 10 hours on it and sensitized almost 850 people.
Nukkad Natak, Street Play, Swachhata-related Song and Dance performances were conducted on the last day of the programme. Interns invited village people, students from schools a day before and on the day of performing activities, around 170 people from village and 30 school children were participated in the programme.
Ms. Navjot Kaur group performed Street Play and Swachhata-related Song, Ms. Sukhpreet Kaur group performed Nukkad Natak and Ms. Arshdeep Kaur group performed Dance.
All the performances undertaken by the interns target behaviour around open air defecation, hygiene practices, Waste Collection, solid and liquid waste management, Segregation of solid waste into non-biodegradable and biodegradable waste, Street Cleaning, Drain Cleaning and among other behaviors.
Refreshment was also arranged for people & school children during IEC activity.
During the internship, village people were sensitized regarding open air defecation, hygienic practices, Waste management, Street Cleaning, Drainage Cleaning and among other behaviors.
During the internship, it was observed that village people showed interest and realized the importance of waste management and sanitation.
The days were informative, interns were participated enthusiastically and had an opportunity to connect with people, develop their skill and get oriented about sanitation related work and make swachh bharat mission a jan andolan.
After completion of the activities by the groups, the online report submission was completed by 4th August by the interns through SBSI website approval.
All internship activities details were uploaded under the headings, No. of hours spent, No. of people participated, sensitized, brief description and methodology of the activities, challenges faced, field learning aspects and photographs and videos links were uploaded in youtube and Google drive.
The report submitted by the interns was reviewed and approved by the nodal officer for the purpose of certification and rewards.
Under the able guidance of Prof. Shridhar. K.V., Principal, College of Nursing, Adesh University, Bathinda., constituted a selection committee for selecting the best interns teams for the awards at the college level.
Selection committee members for selecting the best interns for the awards at the college level were Mr.Sunil. M.B., nodal officer for Swachh Bharat Summer Internship Programme on behalf of College of Nursing, Mrs. Manpreet Kaur, Asssitant Professor., Mrs Sunitha Gracy, Assistant Professor., Ms. Jyothi Sharma, Sr. Tutor., College of Nursing, Adesh University, Bathinda.
As per the selection committee evaluation the following three teams have been selected at college level for the purpose of certification and rewards.
The Armed Forces Flag Day is celebrated all over India every year on 7th of December in order to collect the funds from people all around the country for the wellbeing of the staff of the Indian Armed Forces. College of Nursing, Adesh University arranged a speech competition on the well being of Indian armed forces and prizes were distributed on the best speech. Students belong to the armed forces shared their experiences and the importance of the flag day.
Cultural fest was started from 22/04/2019-27/04/2019. In the fest, we kept many events for comptetion such as Rangoli,Mehandi, Hair style, Nail art, Eye make-up, Elocution, Fruit & Vegetable carving, Photography, Poster presentation , Fancy dress, Foot loose, Singing, Solo dance, Folk song, Best out of waste and Dumb charads. Students voluntarily have taken part in the events and they all were very happy. We have given prizes to the winners also. We called external and internal judges for judgement and on the spot we have awarded them with prize.