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									     SRI SATHYA SAI INSTITUTE
   OF HIGHER MEDICAL SCIENCES

         INFORMATION HANDBOOK




      COLLEGE OF NURSING
   AND ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES
(Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences)




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SRI SATHYA SAI INSTITUTE OF HIGHER
        MEDICAL SCIENCES


                FOUNDER

 BHAGAWAN SRI SATHYA SAI BABA


                DIRECTOR

              Dr. A.S. Hegde



          EPIP AREA, WHITEFIELD
            BANGALORE-560066
               KARNATAKA

          TEL: +91-80-28411500/501
           FAX: 080-28411502/503

         WEBSITE: www.sssihms.org.in

       EMAIL: registrarblr@sssihms.org.in

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                              CONTENTS
  MESSAGE FROM THE FOUNDER

   I. INTRODUCTION                                              1

  II. MISSION & VISION                                          2-2

 III. ABOUT THE COLLEGE                                         2-3
                   UNIQUENESS
                   AFFILIATION
                   EXAMINATION PATTERN

 IV. ABOUT THE COURSES                                          3-10
                   AIM
                   ELIGIBILITY
                   INTAKE
                   SYLLABUS
                   MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

  V. SELECTION PROCEDURE                                       10-12
                   APPLICATION FORM
                   INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING APPLICATION FORM
                   DOCUMENTS TO BE ATTACHED
                   CALL LETTERS
                   ENTRANCE EXAM
                   INTERVIEW
                   RESULTS

 VI. ADMISSION PROCEDURE                                       12-13
                   ADMISSION LETTER
                   REGISTRATION
                   FEE
                   UNIFORM
                   MEDICAL EXAMINATION

VII. HOSTEL FACILITY                                           13-15
                   ALLOTMENT
                   DISCIPLINE
                   DRESS CODE
                   SELF-RELIANCE

VIII. FACILITIES                                               15-16
                   CLASSROOM
                   LIBRARY
                   COMPUTER LAB
                   NURSING LABORATORIES
                   SPORTS
                   CANTEEN




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Sri Sat hya Sai I nst it ut e of Higher Medical Sciences is a 333 bedded hospit al
est ablished in 2001, at Whit efield, Bangalore, Karnat aka, I ndia. I t is a unit of
the Sathya Sai Medical Trust, Prasanthi Nilayam.

Sri Sat hya Sai Medical Trust , Prasant hi Nilayam is t he only charit able t rust in
I NDI A t o offer            com plet e m edical care including consult at ion,                       diagnosis,
comprehensive treatment and follow - up at the primary, secondary and tertiary
levels t o all pat ient s free of all charges irrespect ive of his cast e, creed, religion
or economic status.

The founder, Bhagawan Sri Sat hya Sai Baba has est ablished t he Trust wit h the
mott o of Service t o m an is service t o GOD and wit h the m ission of providing
free and quality healthcare to all patients.

Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences is equipped with state- of- art
diagnost ic     and       t reat m ent      facilit ies,       highly    skilled    m edical,     nursing       and
param edical professionals delivering care wit h love and com passion, in a clean,
aest het ic and spirit ual environm ent ensuring t hat healing happens in body,
mind and spirit.

The hospit al is posit ioned in a com pet it ive healt hcare set t ing in Bangalore,
which is becom ing a leading healt hcare dest inat ion in I ndia. This prem ier
inst it ut e offers t ert iary care in Cardiac and Neuro Sciences. These super
specialt ies are well support ed by in- house Laborat ory, I m aging and ot her
ancillary services. The hospit al averages 20 cardiology procedures ( including
int ervent ions) ,       7     Neurosurgeries,             6    cardiac     surgeries,          200   out pat ient
consultations daily supported by 24/7 diagnostic services.

The    I nst it ut e     offers     post- doct oral          Fellowship      t raining     in    I nt ervent ional
Cardiology,            post- graduat e        t raining         in      Cardiology,        Cardiac     Surgery,
Neurosurgery, Anest hesiology and Radio- diagnosis and undergraduat e t raining
in Nursing and Allied Healt h courses ( Medical Laborat ory Technology, I m aging
Technology, Anest hesia Technology, Perfusion t echnology and Cardiac Care
Technology) . No fee is charged from t he st udent s who are enrolled t o t hese
courses.      In       addit ion,    t he    I nst it ut e     collaborat es       wit h   prem ier     R   &    D
organizat ions like t he CSI R for advancem ent of clinical science and providing
an excellent plat form for research opport unit ies for st udent s and professionals
from all over the country.




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The Mission of t he I nst it ut e is t o provide t he best t raining facilit ies, st andards
and practices in the field of Nursing and Medical Education free of cost.

The Vision of t he I nst it ut ion is t o creat e t rained professionals in t he field of
Nursing, who bring wit h t hem t echnical expert ise and a high sense of int egrit y
to their working environment.




Instituted by Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba on 1st September 2008, SSSIHMS,
College of Nursing and Allied Healt h Sciences is t he one and only Nursing and
Allied Healt h Sciences College which prov ides graduat e Nursing and Allied
Healt h     Sciences Educat ion         of     high   st andards t o deserving and eligible
candidates completely free of all charges.

The I nst it ut e aim s t o produce Hum ane Healt hcare Professionals equipped wit h
t he best of skills, who place pat ient care above rem unerat ion, and guarant ee
best clinical outcomes.


UNIQUENESS:
          Practical Training in Primary (Primary Health Care centers),
          Secondary (Sri Sathya Sai General Hospital, Whitefield) and Tertiary
          Care Settings (Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Medical Sciences).

          Emphasis on Complete Personality Development

                   Emphasis will be given to Ethics in Nursing Practice, Bedside
                   Manners, Communication Skills- written and oral, confidentiality of
                   Medical Records.

                   Importance of Indian Culture, Yoga and Spirituality in practice of
                   patient care without preaching of religion.

                   State- of the- Art Fitness Center with facilities for tennis court,
                   indoor badminton court, other indoor games and modern gym
                   facilities.

          Faculty comprises of well trained educators from India and also visiting
          faculty from countries such as US, UK and Australia.

          Le a r n in g   M a n a ge m e n t    Syst e m :   Technology   offers   t rem endous
          opport unit y t o im part int eract iv e, enriching and collaborat ive learning
          experience for t he st udent s and a Learning Managem ent Syst em ( LMS)
          is t he best t ool t o harness it s pot ent ial. The inst it ut e has deployed an

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       LMS in Oct ober 2008 using t he popular open source MOODLES t o
       im part , adm inist er and m anage t he various academ ic program s and
       courses it offers.

       Advanced Simulation Mannequins: - Advanced Mega Code Kelly Vital
       Sim      and Nursing Baby, (which can simulate body functions) to teach
       advance clinical techniques.


AFFILIATION:
Nursing and Allied Healt h Sciences College is affiliat ed t o Raj iv Gandhi
Universit y of Healt h Sciences, Bangalore for imparting BSc Nursing, BSc
I m aging Technology, BSc Perfusion Technology, BSc Cardiac Care Technology,
BSc Anesthesia Technology and BSc Medical Laboratory Technology courses.


EXAMINATION PATTERN:
Yearly exam inat ion will be conduct ed by Raj iv Gandhi Universit y of Healt h
Sciences, Bangalore. Minim um of 80% at t endance in t heory and 100% in
Clinicals have t o be put in by t he st udent s t o appear for t his exam inat ion.
Apart from t his, t he I nst it ut e conduct s 3 int ernal exam s following a t rim est er
pat t ern. Marks obt ained from int ernal exam add up t o 25 % of t he final
examination conducted by the University.



IV.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

 BSC NURSING
Prepare graduat es t o assum e responsibilit ies as professional com pet ent nurses
and   m idwives    in   providing   services   t hat   prom ot e,   prevent ,   cure   and
rehabilitate.
To prepare t hem t o m ake independent decisions in nursing sit uat ions; prot ect
the rights and facilitate the individuals and groups in pursuit of health; function
in t he hospit al, com m unit y nursing services; and conduct research st udies in
t he areas of nursing pract ice. They are also expect ed t o assum e t he role of
teacher, supervisor and manager in a clinical/ public health setting.


 BSC ANAESTHESIA TECHNOLOGY
The role of t he Anaest hesia Technologist is t o support t he work done by t he
professional anest hesia personnel. Anaest hesia Technologist s are responsible
for managing the anesthesia equipment and for its proper maintenance.


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Depending on individual expert ise and t raining, t he t ask of t he Anaest hesia
Technologist m ay include equipm ent m aint enance and servicing such as
cleaning, st erilizing, assem bling, calibrat ing and t est ing, t roubleshoot ing,
requisitioning and recording of inspections and maintenance. They may operate
a variet y of m echanical, pneum at ic and elect ronic equipm ent used t o m onit or,
evaluate and manage the patient undergoing anesthesia.


 BSC CARDIAC CARE TECHNOLOGY
The prim ary obj ect ive of t his program is t o prepare com pet ent ent ry- level
cardiovascular technologists in the cognitive (knowledge), psychomotor (skills),
and affect ive ( behavior) learning dom ains for invasive and non- invasive
cardiology.
The candidat e qualifies as a Ca r dia c Te chn ologist , and is equipped wit h the
necessary skills t o assist t he Cardiologist in non- invasive ( Elect rocardiography,
St ress t est ing, Pat ient cardiac m onit oring and Echocardiography) and invasive
(catheterization lab) domains of the department of Cardiology.


 BSC IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
The course is designed t o int egrat e academ ic and clinical educat ion so t hat
radiographers com plet ing t he program of st udy will be able t o analyze,
evaluate and innovate in the clinical setting and provide the best patient care.
The program provides st udent s wit h all t he core subj ect s required t o m eet
University st andards, and ot her int ernat ional benchm ark st at em ent s. Subj ect s
such as anat om y, physiology and pat hology, radiographic t echnique, physics,
and equipment are all included in the different modules of the program.
The degree program is designed t o develop not only t he professional expert ise
of t he st udent for clinical pract ice but also t o develop effect ive com m unicat ion,
organizat ion and evaluat ion skills. The course aim s t o provide t he st udent wit h
an underst anding of t he relevant applied sciences, on which clinical Diagnost ic
radiography skills can be learnt during their clinical education.


 BSC MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
To   prepare    m edical    laborat ory   t echnologist s   wit h   a   clear,   in- depth
underst anding of t hose concept s and principles which are t he basis of t he
laborat ory invest igat ions and t o equip t hem wit h t he skills required t o apply
t hese concept s in pract ical work such t hat t hey are suit able for work in any
t ype of set up - from a prim ary healt h cent er t o a t ert iary care hospit al. I n
addit ion t o t echnical proficiency, cult ivat e a personalit y com prising of good
com m unicat ion skills, et hical behavior and fidelit y; and have a com passionat e
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at t it ude. I n addit ion, equip t hem wit h inform at ion and m ake t hem com pet ent
to perform in decision- making roles like those of a supervisor or a manager.



  BSC PERFUSION TECHNOLOGY
Pract ice t he art and science of Perfusion efficient ly and effect ively, backed by
scientific knowledge and skill.
Exercise empathy and a caring attitude and maintain high ethical standards.
Cont inue t o evince keen int erest in cont inuing professional developm ent
whether in teaching or practice.
Willing t o share t he knowledge and sk ills wit h any learner, j unior or a
colleague.
To develop facult y for crit ical analysis and evaluat ion of various concept s and
views & to adopt most rational approach
Demonstrate understanding of basic sciences relevant to respective branches.
Acquire t he det ailed knowledge about t he fundam ent als and advances of t he
respective branches.
Updat e knowledge by self- st udy and by at t ending courses, conferences and
seminars relevant to branch chosen.
Undert ake audit ; use inform at ion and carryout research wit h t he aim of
publishing or presenting the work at various scientific gatherings.
Adopt ethical principles in all aspects of the professional practice.
Foster professional honesty and integrity.
Discharge t he dut ies irrespect ive of social st at us, cast e, creed or religion of t he
customer/client.
Develop oral and written communication skills.
Provide leadership and get t he best out of his or her t eam in a congenial
working atmosphere.
Apply high moral and ethical standards while carrying out research.
Be hum ble and accept t he lim it at ions in his or her knowledge and skill and ask
for help from colleagues when needed.



ELIGIBILITY:
10+2/ PUC or any other qualifying examination conducted by Boards/ Councils/
I nt erm ediat e    Educat ion   est ablished   by      St at e     Governm ent s/     Cent ral
Governm ent        and   recognized   as   equivalent     to      t wo   year   Pre- University
exam inat ion by t he Raj iv Gandhi Universit y of Healt h Sciences/ Associat ion of
I ndian Universit ies ( AI U) wit h Physics Chem ist ry Biology and English ( PCBE)
com binat ion. Candidat es should have obt ained 50% in each of t he Science
subjects and English.
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                                         OR
Candidat es should have passed t he vocat ional higher secondary educat ion
course conduct ed by Vocat ional Higher Secondary Educat ion, Governm ent of
Kerala. They should have passed individually in all t he five subj ect s including
Physics, Chem ist ry, Biology and English in addit ion t o vocat ional subj ect s
conducted with an aggregate of 50%.
Candidat es appearing for t he BSc I m aging Technology course should have
Mathematics along with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English (PCMBE).
Candidat es should be 17 years ( m inim um ) and 25 years ( m axim um ) in t he
year of application.
Candidate should be from English medium school/college.


INTAKE:
 S.No    COURSE                                     INTAKE
 1       BSc Anesthesia Technology                  10
 2       BSc Cardiac Technology                     10

 3       BSc Imaging Technology                     10

 4       BSc Medical Laboratory Technology          10

 5       BSc Perfusion Technology                   10
 6       BSc Nursing (only for girls)               40


SYLLABUS:
The Nursing and t he Allied Healt h College follows t he syllabus given by t he
Raj iv Gandhi Universit y of Healt h Sciences. For BSc Nursing, t he Universit y has
form ulat ed t he Syllabus based on t he guidelines given by t he I ndian Nursing
Council. A brief out line of t he subj ect s t hat t he st udent has t o t ake for t he
entire duration of the courses offered is listed below:


BSc NURSING

SUBJECTS: I YEAR
  1. English
  2. Anatomy
  3. Physiology
  4. Nutrition
  5. Biochemistry
  6. Nursing Foundations
  7. Psychology
  8. Microbiology
  9. Introduction to Computers
  10. Kannada




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SUBJECTS: II YEAR
  1. Sociology
  2. Pharmacology
  3. Pathology
  4. Genetics
  5. Medical Surgical Nursing
  6. Community Health Nursing
  7. Communication and Educational Technology

SUBJECTS: III YEAR
  1. Medical Surgical Nursing II
  2. Child Health Nursing
  3. Mental Health Nursing
  4. Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing

SUBJECTS: IV YEAR
  1. Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing
  2. Community Health Nursing II
  3. Nursing Research and Statistics
  4. Management of Nursing Services and Education

BSc ANAESTHESIA TECHNOLOGY

SUBJECTS: I YEAR
  1. Human Anatomy
  2. Physiology
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Pathology (Clinical Pathology, Hematology, Blood Banking)
  5. Microbiology
  6. English
  7. Kannada
  8. Healthcare

SUBJECTS: II YEAR
  1. Medicine relevant to Anesthesia Technology
  2. Applied Pathology and Applied Microbiology
  3. Applied Pharmacology
  4. Introduction to Anesthesia Technology
  5. Sociology
  6. Constitution of India
  7. Environmental Science and Health

SUBJECTS: III YEAR
  1. Anesthesia Technology- Clinical
  2. Anesthesia Technology- Applied
  3. Anesthesia Technology- Advanced
  4. Ethics Database Management
  5. Research and Biostatistics
  6. Computer Application

BSc CARDIAC CARE TECHNOLOGY

SUBJECTS: I YEAR
  1. Human Anatomy
  2. Physiology
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Pathology (Clinical Pathology, Hematology, Blood Banking)
  5. Microbiology

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   6. English
   7. Kannada
   8. Healthcare

SUBJECTS: II YEAR
   1. Medicine relevant to Cardiac Care Technology
   2. Applied Pathology and Applied Microbiology
   3. Applied Pharmacology
   4. Introduction to Cardiac Care Technology
   5. Sociology
   6. Constitution of India
   7. Environmental Science and Health

SUBJECTS: III YEAR
  1. Cardiac Care Technology- Clinical
  2. Cardiac Care Technology- Applied
  3. Cardiac Care Technology- Advanced
  4. Ethics Database Management
  5. Research and Biostatistics
  6. Computer Application

BSc IMAGING TECHNOLOGY

SUBJECTS: I YEAR
  1. Human Anatomy
  2. Physiology
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Pathology (Clinical Pathology, Hematology, Blood Banking)
  5. Microbiology
  6. English
  7. Kannada
  8. Healthcare

SUBJECTS: II YEAR
  1. Physics of Radiology
  2. Radiation Physics & Medical Physics
  3. Radiographic Techniques I
  4. Radiographic Photography and Image Processing
  5. Sociology
  6. Constitution of India
  7. Environmental Science and Health

SUBJECTS: III YEAR
  1. Diagnostic Imaging Techniques
  2. Radiographic Techniques II
  3. Biostatistics
  4. Computer Application

BSc MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY

SUBJECTS: I YEAR
  1. Human Anatomy
  2. Physiology
  3. Biochemistry I
  4. Pathology I
  5. Microbiology I
  6. English
  7. Kannada

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   8. Healthcare

SUBJECTS: II YEAR
  1. Biochemistry II
  2. Pathology II
  3. Microbiology II
  4. Sociology
  5. Constitution of India
  6. Environmental Science and Health

SUBJECTS: III YEAR
  1. Biochemistry III
  2. Pathology III
  3. Microbiology III
  4. Ethics Database Management
  5. Research and Biostatistics
  6. Computer Application

BSc PERFUSION TECHNOLOGY

SUBJECTS: I YEAR
  1. Human Anatomy
  2. Physiology
  3. Biochemistry
  4. Pathology (Clinical Pathology, Hematology, Blood Banking)
  5. Microbiology
  6. English
  7. Kannada
  8. Healthcare

SUBJECTS: II YEAR
  1. Medicine relevant to Perfusion Technology
  2. Applied Pathology and Applied Microbiology
  3. Applied Pharmacology
  4. Introduction to Perfusion Technology
  5. Sociology
  6. Constitution of India
  7. Environmental Science and Health

SUBJECTS: III YEAR
  1. Perfusion Technology- Clinical
  2. Perfusion Technology- Applied
  3. Perfusion Technology- Advanced
  4. Ethics Database Management
  5. Research and Biostatistics
  6. Computer Application

SRI SATHYA SAI EDUCATION IN HUMAN VALUES (SSSEHV):

SSSEHV is a unique course which is value- orient ed and educat es about I ndian
Cult ure and Spirit ualit y. This course form s an im port ant part of t he curricula
and is a credit course. Following are the modules of this course:

- AWR 100: EDUCATION FOR TRANSFORMATION
              The Divine Personality of the Avatar.
              Education and Educare.
              Sri Sathya Sai Philosophy of Integral Education.

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- AWR 200: UNITY OF RELIGIONS
               Introduction.
               An Out line of Maj or Religions of t he World and a brief st udy of
               their Founders.
               An Appreciation of the underlying Unity.
               An Introduction to the life of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa.

- AWR 300: ETRNAL VALUES FOR THE CHANGING WORLD
               Meaning and Importance of Values.
               Concepts and Themes related to Dharma.
               Study of Values in exemplary personalities.
               Values in the Modern Context.
               Role of Science and Technology in a Value Oriented Society.

- AWR 400: STUDY OF CLASSICS I: BHAGAWATH VAHINI
               Relevance of Bhagawatham in the Contemporary World.
               Devotion.
               Avatar Principle.
               The Role of Divine Grace, Human Effort and Destiny.
               Spiritual Insight and Daily Life.
               The Role of Mythology in Indian Culture.

- AWR 500: STUDY OF CLASSICS II: RAMA KATHA RASA VAHINI
- AWR 600: LIFE AND ITS QUEST
               Introduction.
               A Critique of arguments against Spirituality.
               Yoga and the Four Paths in Indian Culture.

- AWR 700: RELEVANCE OF BHAGAWAD GITA IN OUR DAILY LIVES

- AWR 800: SPIRITUALITY, HEALTH AND MEDICAL ETHICS


MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION:

The medium of instruction is English for all the classes except where the
vernacular language is taught. Here the instruction would be in the language
concerned.

V.

APPLICATION FORM:
Candidat es desirous of applying t o t he Nursing and Allied Healt h courses
should fill in t he prescribed downloadable applicat ion form , available in t he
hospit al   websit e   ( www.sssihms.org.in/wfd/academics) ,      and   send    t he
application along with relevant documents to the hospital address by post only.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILLING THE APPLICATION FORM:
     1. Affix latest photograph in the space provided.
     2. Select t he Course applied for in t he space given. To apply for m ore t han
        one course, use additional application forms.
     3. The academic year should be the year in which you are applying.
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   4. Ensure that the Date of Birth is written as per the 10th Class Certificate.
   5. Make sure t hat t he perm anent and post al address is correct . Also give
       valid phone number and e- mail address.
   6. I n t he t able, Det ails of 10+ 2, fill t he relevant colum ns and writ e NA for
       subjects which are not applicable.
   7. All t he docum ent s which are being enclosed should be at t est ed by a
       gazet t ed officer. I f 10+ 2/ PUC result s are await ed, at t ach copy of t he
       10+2/PUC hall- ticket.
   8. Incomplete forms will be rejected.


DOCUMENTS TO BE ATTACHED:
The filled in application form should have attested copies of the following
certificates-
        10th Mark sheet
        12th/PUC Mark sheet
        Hall ticket of 12th/PUC examination (if appeared and waiting for results)
        Passport size photographs- 3 nos.
        Transfer certificate
        Conduct certificate
        Medical fitness certificate
        Migration certificate


CALL LETTER:
Once the eligibility criteria are met and the details given in the application form
is verified, call letters would be sent t o t he prospective candidat es and t hey
would be called for a writ t en t est . Candidat es should bring t he call let t er along
with them when they appear for the written examination.

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION:
Eligible candidat es would appear for t he w rit t en exam inat ion. This exam inat ion
would be based on t he PUC/ 10+ 2 syllabuses of Physics, Chem ist ry, and
Biology. I t would also have a sect ion on English, Apt it ude and General
Knowledge. The questions would be a mix of Objective and Descriptive type.

INTERVIEW:
Candidat es who clear writ t en exam inat ion would be short- listed for t he
interview.

RESULTS:
Based on a com bined score of t he ent rance t est and t he int erview, t he
candidat es would be short list ed in t he order of m erit . Result s for t he select ed



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and t he wait list ed candidat es would be put up on t he I nst it ut e websit e
( www.sssihms.org.in/academics).




Adm ission is open t o candidat es from all part s of I ndia, provided t hey m eet t he
eligibility criteria. Candidates are admitted once in a year.



ADMISSION LETTER:
Adm ission let t ers would be sent t o successful candidat es. This let t er would
cont ain det ails of t he course select ed, dat e of j oining, docum ent s t o be
produced at the time of joining, accommodation facility, fee particulars etc.


REGISTRATION:
At t he t im e of adm ission, selected candidat es are required t o produce t he
original docum ent s and report t o t he Academ ics depart m ent along wit h
Eligibilit y Cert ificat e issued by Raj iv Gandhi Universit y of Healt h Sciences ( for
st udent s com ing from out side Karnat aka only) for com plet ing t he admission
process. Candidat es would be regist ered for t he respect ive courses and an
I dent it y card would be issued t o t hem . They should ensure t hat t he I D card is
kept in good shape and t hey should always carry it . They would also be
regist ered for    using t he com put er       aided Learning Managem ent            Syst em
software (e- guru).


FEE:
 Pa re n t s a n d st u de n t s a r e h e r e by in for m e d t h a t e du ca t ion give n by
Sri Sa t h ya Sa i I n st it u t e of H igh e r M e dica l Scie n ce s is fr e e of cost .
D o n ot a ppr oa ch or e n cou r a ge a ge n t s .
No t uit ion fees is payable t o t he I nst it ut e for t he ent ire durat ion of t he course.
However, t he candidat e has t o pay fees t owards Raj iv Gandhi Universit y of
Healt h Sciences as applicable from t im e t o t im e. I n addit ion a m inim um
amount has to be kept towards purchase of standard textbooks and uniform.


UNIFORM:
St udent s have t o follow dress code while t hey are in college or host el. In t he
College premises, they have to wear uniform. The cost of the uniform has to be
borne by the candidate. Dress code for the College is given below:
        BOYS: White pant and shirt, black shoes and apron.
        GIRLS: White chudhidar, white shoes and apron.
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Deviation to the standard dress code would not be tolerated.


MEDICAL EXAMINATION:
All t he select ed candidat es will undergo a com plet e m edical ex am ination and
t heir healt h records will be m aint ained during t heir t raining period. Parent s are
advised t o st at e t he healt h condit ions of t heir wards and t he healt h hist ory of
t he fam ily correct ly. This would help t he doct ors t o provide m axim um m edical
help to the students when required.
St udent s can avail t he 24 hour m edical service and facilit ies provided by t he
hospit al. They should consult t he m edical officer, Em ergency depart m ent in
case of any medical assistance.




St udent s are provided accom m odat ion wit hin t he cam pus it self. St udent s have
t o abide by t he rules and regulat ions laid for t hem . The boarding and lodging
facilit ies are m ade available inside t he cam pus for t he st udent s at a nom inal
amount of around Rs. 2000/- per month.


ALLOTMENT:
Aft er t he regist rat ion process is com plet e, host el room s would be allot t ed t o
the students. Rooms once allotted cannot be changed.


DISCIPLINE:
St rict adherence t o rules and m aint enance of discipline is expect ed from all.
This is t he forem ost requirem ent for a pleasant and com fort able living in a
community. Conduct as befitting an ideal student should be maintained.
St udent s are expect ed t o m aint ain t heir room s and t heir surroundings in a
neat, clean and tidy manner.
Maxim um im port ance is at t ached t o discipline in t he host el. St udent s are t o
not e t hat on m at t ers concerning discipline, t he host el aut horit ies are ext rem ely
strict.
Every st udent is required t o carefully read t he Rules and Regulat ions given
below and strive earnestly to put them into practice.
The code of conduct should be followed by all t he st udent s. Act s of indiscipline
will not be tolerated. The code of conduct will contain the following rules:
1. All t he st udent s will have t o t ake part in t he daily rout ine consist ing of,
    early m orning prayers, m orning physical fit ness program , bhaj ans, night
    prayer etc, in the hostel.
2. The first st ep in discipline is silence. St udent s are st rict ly forbidden from
    indulging in idle chat and indecent, loud talk.
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3. Mut ual court esy, gent le behavior and decent and unost ent at ious dress
   habits are to be cultivated.
4. Visit ors are not allowed t o ent er t he host el prem ises. Parent s and relat ives
   of t he st udent s m ay visit t heir wards bet ween 6.00 A.M and 6.00 P.M on
   Sundays and holidays.
5. At t endance at classes, prayer sessions, t est s, exam inat ions and ot her
   programs in the college is compulsory.
6. Social service is one of t he im port ant feat ures of t he inst it ut e. Act ive
   part icipat ion is social service and Self- reliance act ivit ies prescribed by t he
   authorities are mandatory.
7. The pract ice of st udent s want ing t o go out of t he host el prem ises for
   various reasons on working days or holidays is st rongly discouraged.
   Overnight st ay out side t he host el is forbidden. St udent s are sent hom e only
   during vacat ions. However, in t he event of t he st udent s presence being
   absolut ely necessary at hom e, t he parent / guardian should writ e t o t he
   warden for perm ission and grant of leave. The st udent can leave for hom e
   only after the permission is given.
8. The st udent s m ay possess, apart from t ext books, only lit erat ure and
   m agazines of an elevat ing and ennobling nat ure, any ot her lit erat ure and
   magazines are strictly forbidden.
9. The use of Radios, Transist ors, Tape recorders, Mobile phones, MP3, MP4,
   CD players and any other electronic gadgets is not permitted.
10. Te le phon e usa ge : Calls can be m ade and received bet ween 6: 00 AM and
   10: 00 PM only during free hours. Usage is not allowed during college hours,
   study hours, and during all other compulsory activities.
   o    Boys hostel direct Landline No: 080- 28412569
   o    Girls hostel direct Landline No: 080- 28412570


DRESS CODE:
Boys
Allowed: Track Pant, and T- Shirt.
Not Allowed: Bermudas, Shorts and Jeans.
Boys are expect ed t o have short and t rim hairst yle, short side burns and a
clean shaven face without beard and moustache.
Girls
Allowed: Saree.
Not Allowed: Skirts, T- shirt, Track pant, Shirt & Pant, and Half- sarees.
Girls are expected to tie their hair neatly. Loose, flowing hairstyle is prohibited.


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VIOLATION OF RULES:
There is no com prom ise on t he issue of discipline. Any violat ion of t he rules
st at ed above and also t hose com m unicat ed t o t he st udent s from t im e t o t im e,
would be dealt wit h seriously by a warning in t he first inst ance and lat er wit h
expulsion from t he host el. Expulsion from t he host el will m ean expulsion from
the College also.


SELF-RELIANCE:
The Self- Reliance program would give st udent s a chance t o im prove and
expand not only t heir knowledge but also would giv e t hem opport unit y t o
develop soft skills like com passion, honest y, hard work et c. This program
would t each t hem t eam building and creat e a group of caring individuals.
Part icipat ion in t he program would enhance t he sense of belonging, discipline
and t he willingness t o t ake ownership of t he act ivit ies t hey part icipat e during
t heir life in t he cam pus. The qualit ies t hus fost ered would help t he st udent s in
becoming complete individuals.




CLASSROOM
The classroom environm ent is a blend of t he t radit ional chalk- and- board wit h
t he lat est t echnology in com put ers, LCD proj ect ors and OHPs. The spacious
and well vent ilat ed classroom s are furnished wit h chairs t hat com e wit h writ ing
facility. The classrooms are air- conditioned.


LIBRARY
A well equipped library wit h t he lat est books, journals and Helinet facility
( online access t o e- books and j ournals) is m ade available for t he st udent s t o
read and update themselves with the best in their fields.


COMPUTER LAB
State- of- the- art com put er syst em s are available t o t he st udent s t o hone t heir
computing skills as well as to aid them in collaborative and interactive learning.
St udent s are given opport unit y t o learn t he usage of com put ers and t o
part icipat e in a classroom      sim ulat ed environm ent     t hrough t he Learning
Management System (e- guru).




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NURSING LABORATORIES
Spacious and well- equipped nursing laborat ories are provided t o t he st udent s
t o help t hem    t o gain knowledge in various aspect s of nursing. These
laborat ories are equipped wit h lat est learning m at erials and are furnished as
per the Indian Nursing Council standards.


SPORTS
St udent s have access t o Sai Veda Venkat aram a Healt h and Fit ness Cent er wit h
state- of- the- art t ennis court , indoor shut t le badm int on court , m odern gym and
host of ot her indoor gam es. They are also encouraged t o part icipat e in out door
games like volleyball, cricket etc.


CANTEEN
Mess facilit y is available t o st udent s in t he Hospit al. Hygienic and nutritious
food is prepared and served t o t he st udent s. A nom inal am ount is charged
towards provision of mess facility.




                                       IMPORTANT

       EDUCATION IN THIS INSTITUTION IS OFFERED TOTALLY FREE OF COST

       AND NO DONATION/ FEES ARE TAKEN FROM THE STUDENTS. BEWARE OF

       FALSE AND UNSCRUPLOUS AGENTS WHO PROMISE SEATS FOR MONEY.

       - MANAGEMENT, SRI SATHYA SAI INSTITUTE OF HIGHER MEDICAL

       SCIENCES, WHITEFIELD, BANGALORE-560066.




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