Bhagini Mandal Chopda's School of Nursing, Chopda


School of Nursing, Chopda

About School of Nursing, Chopda

Bhagini Mandal Chopda is a very old institution in Chopda & in this area. Chopda is situated at the feet of Satpuda Hills in Uttar / North Maharashtra. Bhagini Mandal, Chopda is established in 1942 for all-round development of women and children. “Bhagini Mandal Chopda” is connected to Jalgaon District Mahila Mandal, Jalgaon. The Jalgaon District Mahila Mandal, Jalgaon is affiliated to Uttar / North Maharashtra Mahila Mandal and the same is affiliated to “All India Women’s Conference” i.e. A.I.W.C.

To take steps for gradual changes in our country to promote the people health status, by governing the health policies in India.

Bhagini Mandal Chopda is a Social and Educational institution. It has been working for the upliftment of the people, especially women and to educate and train them in the various skill so as to earn sufficiently and live the life respectfully. Similarly, we work in khandesh for the backward class and economically weak sections of the society by running different welfare projects. Mahatma Phule insisted on the women’s and girls’ education saying that an educated woman leads her family, society and the nation towards the progress. We follow the same message and have concentrated on the empowerment of women. So the Bhagini Mandal opened a Nursing Training School from August 2008 and avail an opportunity to girls and women.


This is the universal truth that the nurses are an inevitable part of health services. Hence the well trained and skillful nurses are essential in this era of new technology; along with high educated and high qualified doctors well trained nurses are necessary in this field.

As per the survey of health experts in India and the World Health Organization (WHO) the number of trained nurses in India is very meagre to provide the health services to the people, Due to lack of training schools and such facilities.

Many institutions from abroad and our country are opening hospital in large scale. They have a great demand of trained nurses. Globalization and privatization has impressed the medical field.

Thinking seriously on the same issue our institution has taken the decision to set up and run the Auxiliary Nurse Midwives Course (ANM/FHW)of the duration of one and half year recognized by Indian Nursing Council , New Delhi and Maharashtra Nursing Council Mumbai for the welfare and benefit that Maharashtrian women Public and the Govt. too.

Maharashtra Nursing Council is implementing this syllabus from August 2008.
On completion of the course, the ANM / FHW is able to :

Appreciate the concept of holistic health and understand the influence of Socioeconomic and environmental factors on the health status of the community. Identify health problem /needs and resources in the community and mobilize social support for active participation of the community in health care activities. Provide preventive, promotive restorative and emergency health care to individuals and community as required. Provide treatment of minor ailments. Provide skilled midwifery services to all mothers in the community and refer mothers at risk to hospitals. Provide skilled care to all neonates in community and refer neonates at risk to the appropriate levels. Render skilled child care services at home, clinic and school. Guide / Train birth attendants, anganwadi workers, other community health activities and volunteers. Provide need based information and counseling related to health of individual family and groups. Participate in all the national health family welfare programmes at community level. Act as a team member in the health care delivery system. Coordinate and collaborate with the other health team members and community based organization, Non Government Organization and village administration. Manage the health centre including equipments and supplies and maintain the records in order to provide quality based people family services. Updates knowledge and skill for professional and personal growth.