Report On NSG Now Campaign

Programme Launching


To commemorate 200th Birth Anniversary of Florence Nightingale



Nursing Now a three-year global campaign run in collaboration with the International Council of Nurses and the World Health Organization. CNRS is happy to share that we registered in WHO Nursing Now campaign and Nightingale Challenge local group on 1st January 2020. And launching programme of 2020- International year of the Nurse and the Midwife to commemorate bicentennial anniversary of Florence nightingale along with Nursing Now campaign and Nightingale challenge was organized on 24th January 2020 at 3:00 pm at its head quarter, Saroj Lalji Mehrotra Global Nursing College. CNRS took an initiative for the beginning of a new era in the growth, development and prosperity of nursing profession by launching Nursing Now Campaign. The main aim of the campaign launch is to empower the young nurses in leadership, advocacy and communication skills.

The event was held in the august presence of Dr. Rajesh Kumar, CMHO, Sirohi (Chief Guest), Dr. Sanjeev Kaliya, V.C. Madav University, (Guest of Honor), Dr. Partap Midha, Director GHRC, Dr. Roza Tumma, Mrs. Shashi Bala. The pograme started with unfolding the theme and highlights of the forthcoming activities during the year 2020 by Mrs. Shashi Bala, such as plans to conduct training programs in leadership, communication skills, conducting webinars, seminars, conferences, workshops, quiz competitions, e-poster competitions, soft skill training, values in health care with spiritual approach training and many more. Following this, the honorable chief guest, guest of honor and other dignitaries officially launched “ Nursing Now Campaign and Nightingale Challenge 2020” along with ceremonial lamp lighting. The event was graced by the presence of distinct eminent personas and  nurses from different areas of Sirohi district. Guest of Honor, Dr. SanjeevKalia, Vice-Chancellor, Madhav University addressed the audience “Nurses today are enabled to work to their full potential to innovate, to lead and to advocate”. Chief Guest, Dr. Rajesh Kumar, CMHO, Sirohi District stated in his address that “ Nurse and Midwives are essential part of Health Care Delivery system in India”.On behalf of CNRS, the Best nurses and midwives of Abu Road and Mount Abu were honored to empower them as advocates in health care. They were honored by giving award certificate and memento as plaque of appreciation. Total 21€were awarded. 1st yr BSc Nursing students presented a beautiful mime on nurses life which was enjoyed by everyone.

In the end  all the dignitaries, guests, invitees, faculties, students  lighted the candles to mark their support to Nursing Now Campaign and Nightingale Challenge. Guests on the dais shared the slogan “I support Nursing Now” by lighting the candles. The cheerful faces of the audience revealed the success of the event.