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“ROLE OF INC,SNC, BOARD & 
UNIVERSITY” 
PRESENTEDBY 
Miss Sujata Mohapatra. 
MSc(N), SOAU 
(Nursing education)
INDIAN NURSING COUNCIL (INC) 
The Indian Nursing Council is an 
Autonomous Body under the 
Government of India, Ministry o...
Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947. 
Act No. of Year: ACT NO. 48 OF 1947 
Enactment Date: [31st December, 1947.] 
Act Object...
Section- 1. Short title, extent and 
commencement 
a) This Act may be called the Indian Nursing 
Council Act, 1947. 
b)It ...
Section-2. Interpretation: 
a) " the Council” means the 3[Council] constituted 
under this Act. 
b) " prescribed” means pr...
3. Constitution and composition of the 
Council 
1. The Central Government shall as soon as may be 
constitute a Council c...
Continued.. 
 (f) One member elected by the Council of the Trained 
Nurses Association of India. 
 (g) one auxiliary nur...
Continued.. 
 (h) The Director General of Health Services; 
 (i) The Chief Principal Matron, Medical Directorate, 
Gener...
Continued.. 
 (m) The Superintendent of Nursing Services (by 
whatever name called), from each of the States in the 
two ...
Continued.. 
(2) Three members elected by Parliament, two by the 
House of the People and the other by the Council of 
Sta...
4. Incorporation of the Council 
The Council constituted under section 3 shall 
be a body corporate by the name of the 
In...
5. Mode of elections 
(1) Elections under sub-section (1) of section 3 by State Councils 
shall be conducted in accordance...
6. Term of office and casual vacancies: 
 (1) An elected or nominated President, shall hold office for a term 
of five ye...
8. Officers, Committees and servants of the 
Council 
(1) The Secretary of the Council shall, for three years , be a perso...
9. The Executive Committee 
(1) The Executive Committee shall consist of 
nine members, of whom seven shall be 
elected by...
10. Recognition of qualifications 
(1) The qualifications included in Part I of the Schedule 
shall be recognised qualific...
11. Effect of recognition 
1.(a) Any recognised qualification shall be a sufficient qualification 
for enrolment in any St...
11. In clause(b) subsection (1) 
(a) a citizen of India holding a qualification which 
entitles him or her to be registere...
12. Power to require information as to 
courses of study and training and 
examinations. 
Every authority in any State whi...
13. Inspections 
(1) The Executive Committee may appoint 
number of inspectors. 
(2) Inspectors appointed under this secti...
14. Withdrawal of recognition 
(1) When, upon report by the Executive Committee, it appears to 
the Council- 
 (a)Any ins...
15. Mode of declarations.3[(B)] 
 All declarations under section 10 or section 14 shall be 
published in the Official Gaz...
16. Power to make regulations. 
(1) The Council may make regulations not inconsistent with this Act, 
such regulations may...
17. [Repeal of Ordinance 13 of 1947.1 Rep. by the 
Indian Nursing Council (Amendment) Act, 1957 (45 of 
1957), s. 13 (w. e...
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
PURPOSE 
 The purpose of INC establishment is to 
formulate a national policy for training & 
practice of nursing dependi...
ORGANISATIONAL SET UP
OFFICE BEARER 
PRESIDENT 
VICE-PRESIDENT 
SECRETARY 
JOINT SECRETARY 
DEPUTY SECRETARY 
ASISTANCE SECRETARY 
OFFICE STAFF
FUNCTION 
Recognizes nurses 
as a separate 
branch in health 
service 
Regulates nursing 
training & sets uniform 
standar...
EDUCATIONAL ROLE & RESPOSIBILITY 
INC initiates, prescribes, guide & supervise the 
different levels of nursing education....
SNC (STATE NURSING 
COUNCIL) 
 The State Nurses and 
Midwives Council was 
established in 1948 under the 
provisions of N...
STRUCTURE 
Each state determines the specific 
administrative responsibility and 
oversight of the council of nursing. 
 ...
The silent features 
 Provision of an autonomous body, comprising majority of 
nurses, endowed with decision making power...
NURSING BOARDS 
HISTORY 
More than 100 years ago, state 
governments established boards of 
nursing to protect the public'...
TYPES 
ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY 
 To co-ordinate & bring a uniform standard of 
nursing education. 
 To verify the eligibil...
Nursing registration board 
ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY 
 Enforcing the Nurse Practice Act 
and nurse licensure . 
 Accreditin...
UNIVERSITY 
A university is an institution of higher education 
and research which grants academic degrees in a 
variety o...
ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY 
 Regulation of its own colleges & affiliated 
institutions. 
 Conducting inspection & granting pe...
RECENT TRENDS OF INC
• INC circulated a • E-learning 
proposal letter 
on dated 29th 
may 2013 
mentioning the 
calendar of 
events for 2014- 
...
RECENT TRENDS OF SNC, ODISHAS & 
ODISHA MIDWIFERY EXAMINATION BOARD 
 Directorate of Odisha Nursing Section with DMET has...
RECENT STRATEGIES OF 
UNIVERSITY 
• International 
isation 
strategies 
•Quality and 
competitiveness 
strategies 
• Web-b...
SUMMERIZATION
REFERENCES 
 Basavanthappa BT. Nursing education. second edition; JAYPEE 
publication. New Delhi. 
 Basavanthappa BT. Ma...
GROUP DISCUSSION
India Nursing Council, State Nursing Council, Nursing board & University
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  1. 1. “ROLE OF INC,SNC, BOARD & UNIVERSITY” PRESENTEDBY Miss Sujata Mohapatra. MSc(N), SOAU (Nursing education)
  2. 2. INDIAN NURSING COUNCIL (INC) The Indian Nursing Council is an Autonomous Body under the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare was constituted by the Central Government under section 3(1) of the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947 of parliament in order to establish a uniform standard of training for nurses, Midwives and health visitors.
  3. 3. Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947. Act No. of Year: ACT NO. 48 OF 1947 Enactment Date: [31st December, 1947.] Act Objective:  An Act to constitute an Indian Nursing Council.  To establish a uniform standard of training for nurses, midwives and health visitors. It is enacted with 17 sections & each section point out the specific legislative role of Council.
  4. 4. Section- 1. Short title, extent and commencement a) This Act may be called the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947. b)It extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir. c)It shall come into force at once.
  5. 5. Section-2. Interpretation: a) " the Council” means the 3[Council] constituted under this Act. b) " prescribed” means prescribed by regulations made under section 16." State Council" means a Council (by whatever name called) constituted under the law of a State to regulate the registration of nurses, midwives or health visitors in the State. c) "State register" means a register of nurses, midwives or health visitors maintained under the law of a State.
  6. 6. 3. Constitution and composition of the Council 1. The Central Government shall as soon as may be constitute a Council consisting of the following members, namely:-  (a) One registered nurse elected by each State Council.  (b) Two members elected from heads of institutions recognized by the Council.  (c) One member elected by the heads of institutions in which health visitors are trained.  (d) One member elected by the Medical Council of India.  (e) One member elected by the Central Council of the Indian Medical Association.
  7. 7. Continued..  (f) One member elected by the Council of the Trained Nurses Association of India.  (g) one auxiliary nurse-midwife enrolled in a State register, elected by each of the State Councils in the four groups of States mentioned below, each group taken in rotation in the following order, namely: - (i) Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana], (ii) Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra and Rajasthan, (iii) Karnataka, Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and West Bengal, (iv) Assam, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Orissa
  8. 8. Continued..  (h) The Director General of Health Services;  (i) The Chief Principal Matron, Medical Directorate, General Headquarters;  (j) The Chief Nursing Superintendent, office of the Director-General of Health Services;  (k) The Director of Maternity and Child Welfare, Indian Red Cross Society;  (l) The Chief Administrative Medical Officer (by whatever name called) of each State other than a Union territory.
  9. 9. Continued..  (m) The Superintendent of Nursing Services (by whatever name called), from each of the States in the two groups mentioned below, namely:- i. (Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Haryana); ii. (Bihar, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka, Orissa, Punjab and Rajasthan);  (n) Four members nominated by the Central Government, of whom at least two shall be nurses enrolled in a State register and one shall be an experienced educationalist.
  10. 10. Continued.. (2) Three members elected by Parliament, two by the House of the People and the other by the Council of States from among its members. (3) The President of the Council shall be elected by the members of the Council for five years, who shall hold office during the pleasure of the Central Government. (4) No act done by the Council shall be questioned on the ground merely of the existence of any defect in the constitution of, the Council.
  11. 11. 4. Incorporation of the Council The Council constituted under section 3 shall be a body corporate by the name of the Indian Nursing Council having a common seal.
  12. 12. 5. Mode of elections (1) Elections under sub-section (1) of section 3 by State Councils shall be conducted in accordance with rules made by the respective State Governments, and where any dispute arises regarding any such election it shall be referred to the State Government concerned whose decision shall be final. (2) Other elections under that sub-section shall be conducted in the prescribed manner, and where any dispute arises regarding any such election it shall be referred to the Central Government whose decision shall be final.
  13. 13. 6. Term of office and casual vacancies:  (1) An elected or nominated President, shall hold office for a term of five years.  (2) An member may at any time resign his membership by writing under his hand addressed to the President.  (3) Any member shall be deemed to have vacated his seat if he is absent without excuse sufficient to the Council from three consecutive meetings of the Council.  (4) A casual vacancy in the Council shall be filled by fresh election or nomination.  (5) Members of the Council shall be eligible for re-election.  Section-7 & Sub-section (6) omitted by Act 45 of 1957, s. 5 (w.e.f. 1-12-1958).
  14. 14. 8. Officers, Committees and servants of the Council (1) The Secretary of the Council shall, for three years , be a person appointed by the Central Government (2) The Council shall-  (a) Elect from among its members a Vice-President;  (b) Constitute from among its members an Executive Committee and such other Committees to carry out the purposes of this Act;  (c) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (1), appoint a Secretary, who may also act as Treasurer;  (d) Appoint or nominate such other officers and servants as the Council deems necessary.  (e) Require and take security from the Secretary or from any other officer or servant;  (f) With the previous sanction of the Central Government, fix the fees and allowances to be paid to the President. Vice President and other members of the Council.
  15. 15. 9. The Executive Committee (1) The Executive Committee shall consist of nine members, of whom seven shall be elected by the Council from among its members. (2) The President and Vice-President of the Council shall remainPresident and Vice- President, respectively, of the Committee. (3) The Executive Committee shall exercise and dis-charge powers and duties as the Council may impose if necessary.
  16. 16. 10. Recognition of qualifications (1) The qualifications included in Part I of the Schedule shall be recognised qualifications, and in Part II of the Schedule shall be recognised higher qualifications. (2) The qualification only when granted after a specified date by the respective state council, shall be a recognized qualification. (3) The Council may enter into negotiations with any authority to which this Act does not extend in India or foreign country.
  17. 17. 11. Effect of recognition 1.(a) Any recognised qualification shall be a sufficient qualification for enrolment in any State register. (b) No person enrolled in any state register unless he/she holds a recognized qualification. (c) Any person holding a recognized higher qualification can entered as a supplementary qualification in any state register.
  18. 18. 11. In clause(b) subsection (1) (a) a citizen of India holding a qualification which entitles him or her to be registered with any state Council may enrolled in any State register; (b) a person not being a citizen of India who is employed in any State may with the approval of the President of the Council, be enrolled temporarily in that State register. Such period as may be specified & practice shall be limited.
  19. 19. 12. Power to require information as to courses of study and training and examinations. Every authority in any State which grants a recognised qualification shall furnish such information to the Council from time to time, & the council issues courses of study and training, examinations to be undergone in order to obtain such qualification, as per the council standard.
  20. 20. 13. Inspections (1) The Executive Committee may appoint number of inspectors. (2) Inspectors appointed under this section shall report to the Executive Committee. (3) The Executive Committee shall forward a copy of such report to the authority or institution concerned, and also forward copies, to the Central Government, the State Government and State Council of the State in which the authority or institution is situated.
  21. 21. 14. Withdrawal of recognition (1) When, upon report by the Executive Committee, it appears to the Council-  (a)Any institution fall short of standard by the council.  (b)Any institution fall short of standard by a State Council may send information to the INC & an intimation send for the period within which the institution or authority have to submit its explanation to the state Government. (2) On the receipt of the explanation or, where no explanation is submitted within the period fixed, the State Government shall make its recommendations to the Council. (3) The Council, after such further inquiry, may can withdraw the recognition.
  22. 22. 15. Mode of declarations.3[(B)]  All declarations under section 10 or section 14 shall be published in the Official Gazette.  15 (A). Indian Nurses Register. (1) The Council shall cause to be maintained Indian Nurses Register in the prescribed manner. (2) It shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Council to keep the Indian Nurses Register. (3) Such register shall be deemed to be a public document within the meaning of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.  15 (B). Supply of copies of State registers. Each State Council shall supply to the Council twenty printed copies of the State register as soon as may be after the 1st day of April of each year.
  23. 23. 16. Power to make regulations. (1) The Council may make regulations not inconsistent with this Act, such regulations may provide for-  (a) property of the council.  (b) Elections  (c) The meetings  (d) Prescribing the functions of the Executive Committee.  (e) Prescribing the powers and duties of the President and the Vice-President;  (f) Prescribing the tenure of office and the powers and duties of the Secretary and other officers.  (g) Prescribing the standard curricula .  (h) Prescribing the conditions for admission to courses of training.  (i) Prescribing the standards of examination.  (j) Any other matter .
  24. 24. 17. [Repeal of Ordinance 13 of 1947.1 Rep. by the Indian Nursing Council (Amendment) Act, 1957 (45 of 1957), s. 13 (w. e. f. 1-12- 1958). PART I Recognised qualifications A- General Nursing Certificates (including senior and junior certificates), Diplomas or Degrees in Nursing. B- Midwifery Certificates, Diplomas or Degrees in Midwifery C-Auxiliary Nursing-Midwifery D-Health Visitors- Health Visitor Certificates or Diploma 17. PART II Recognised higher-qualifications Post-graduation certificates in nursing;
  25. 25. AIMS & OBJECTIVES
  26. 26. PURPOSE  The purpose of INC establishment is to formulate a national policy for training & practice of nursing depending mainly on the culture & philosophy of the country (India).
  27. 27. ORGANISATIONAL SET UP
  28. 28. OFFICE BEARER PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY JOINT SECRETARY DEPUTY SECRETARY ASISTANCE SECRETARY OFFICE STAFF
  29. 29. FUNCTION Recognizes nurses as a separate branch in health service Regulates nursing training & sets uniform standard of training for nurses throughout the country. Construct syllabus for all nursing programs To regulate nursing practice. Permits title, badges, uniforms for registered nurses. Inspection of school & colleges of nursing Power to make regulations. Withdrawal of recognition of nursing institutions Maintenance of Indian nurse registers
  30. 30. EDUCATIONAL ROLE & RESPOSIBILITY INC initiates, prescribes, guide & supervise the different levels of nursing education.  It laid down the qualification for the admission, registration & employment.  It recognizes & approves various institutions for conducting different nursing educational programs.  INC sets educational activities in different occasions like Nurses Day, Breast feeding week, AIDS Day etc.  It regulate the course duration.  Prescribe the syllabus for all levels of nursing education.
  31. 31. SNC (STATE NURSING COUNCIL)  The State Nurses and Midwives Council was established in 1948 under the provisions of Nurses and Midwives Act with the purpose of “Better training of nurses, midwives & health visitors”.  It works as an autonomous body under the Government of respective states, Department of Health and Family Welfare.
  32. 32. STRUCTURE Each state determines the specific administrative responsibility and oversight of the council of nursing.  The governor of the state  The state health Directorate  Nursing Directorate  Another state official or organization
  33. 33. The silent features  Provision of an autonomous body, comprising majority of nurses, endowed with decision making powers.  Compulsory registration for all nurses, midwives practicing within the state.  Provision of nurses, midwives, & public health nurses to elect their own representatives to the respective state.  Powers to regulate nursing education prescribe curriculum & enunciate examination policies.  Provision to have a nurse registrar to carry out the functions of the SNC.  Provision for recognition of educational institutions of nursing & withdrawal of such recognition, if necessary.
  34. 34. NURSING BOARDS HISTORY More than 100 years ago, state governments established boards of nursing to protect the public's health and welfare by overseeing and ensuring the safe practice of nursing in India. Boards of Nursing are state governmental agencies that are responsible for the regulation of nursing practice.
  35. 35. TYPES ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY  To co-ordinate & bring a uniform standard of nursing education.  To verify the eligibility requirements of the students before each examination.  To arrange for conducting examination & issuing certificates to successful candidates.  To prepare the calendar of events at the beginning of each academic year.  To appoint the examiners before each examination. 1.Nursing Examination Board
  36. 36. Nursing registration board ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY  Enforcing the Nurse Practice Act and nurse licensure .  Accrediting or approving nurse education programs in schools and universities.  Responsible to maintain the register in prescribed manner for Nurses, Midwives & Health visitors is called Indian nurses register.  Developing policies, practice standards & administrative regulations.
  37. 37. UNIVERSITY A university is an institution of higher education and research which grants academic degrees in a variety of subjects and provides both undergraduate education and postgraduate education.
  38. 38. ROLE & RESPONSIBILITY  Regulation of its own colleges & affiliated institutions.  Conducting inspection & granting permission for admission.  Conducting examination & announcing the results.  Conducting the Graduation, Post-graduation & Doctoral programmes.  Ensuring faculty welfare and development.  Ensuring student welfare & development.  Organising various programmes such as book exhibition, job fair, seminars, conferences, inter college competitions, sport meets, etc.
  39. 39. RECENT TRENDS OF INC
  40. 40. • INC circulated a • E-learning proposal letter on dated 29th may 2013 mentioning the calendar of events for 2014- 15. • Conducted annual meeting of registrar’s of state nursing council • Conducted National consensus workshop at Hyderabad.
  41. 41. RECENT TRENDS OF SNC, ODISHAS & ODISHA MIDWIFERY EXAMINATION BOARD  Directorate of Odisha Nursing Section with DMET has been inaugurated by health minister of Odisha.  Published the merit list of BSc nursing applicants(2013) on 27.08.13. STATE NURSING COUNCIL/EXAMINING BODIES(ODISHA) SL. NO. NAME OF MEMBER, ADDRESS & CONTACT ADDRESS Smt. Jaya Hiranmaya Biswal, Registrar, Orissa Nurses & Midwives Council, HOD Building, Bhubaneswar –751 001, (Orissa)0674-2393847
  42. 42. RECENT STRATEGIES OF UNIVERSITY • International isation strategies •Quality and competitiveness strategies • Web-based learning strategies
  43. 43. SUMMERIZATION
  44. 44. REFERENCES  Basavanthappa BT. Nursing education. second edition; JAYPEE publication. New Delhi.  Basavanthappa BT. Management of nursing service and education. first edition; JAYPEE publication. New Delhi.  Bhatia and Bhatia. Theory and Principles of Education. 20th edition,; Doaba house publishers.  Neeraja KP. Textbook of nursing education. fifth edition; JAYPEE publication. New Delhi.  Sudha R. Nursing education (principles and concept). First edition; JAYPEE publication. New Delhi.  http://www.dmetodisha.gov.in  http:///www.indianursing.co.in  http://www.indianursingcouncil.org  http://utoplan.com(Higher Education Facilities: Issues and Trends)
  45. 45. GROUP DISCUSSION

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