Ms. Deborah

Clinical Instructor

Prof. Dr. J. Rachel Vijila

Professor 

Mrs. P. Jeyajothi

Asso. Professor

Mrs. V. Gomathi

Asso. Professor 

Mrs. J. Mirable Jothibai

Asst. Professor

Mr. A. Y. John Jeba Sunder

Lecturer 

Mrs. S. Joy Christy Anbumalar

Asso. Professor 

Ms. M. Priyanka

Lecturer

Mr. Vignesh

Clinical Instructor

Prof. Dr. K. Priscilla

Professor

Ms. Nirmala Devi

Clinical Instructor

Ms. Servita Mary

Clinical Instructor

Ms. Tamil Selvi

Clinical Instructor

Prof. Dr. Merlin Jeayapal

Vice-Principal 

HOD Obstetrics and Gynaecology Nursing

Prof. Dr. Y. John Sam Arun Prabu

HOD Community Health Nursing 

Mrs. A. Priyasahaya Kaviya

Lecturer

  MENTAL HEALTH NURSING

Ms. Nancy

Clinical Instructor

Mrs. S. Esther Jennifer

Asst. Professor 

Ms. Mahalakshmi

Clinical Instructor

Ms. Blessy Sam

Clinical Instructor

Ms. Celia

Clinical Instructor

Ms. Mercy jasmine

Clinical Instructor

Mrs. J. Jebarani

Asst. Professor 

Prof. Dr. Merlin Jeayapal

Vice-Principal 

HOD Obstetrics and Gynaecology Nursing

Ms. Revathi

Clinical Instructor

Mrs. S. Christina Anbuselvi

Asso. Professor 

   MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING

Ms. Ancy Arun

Clinical Instructor

  COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING

Mr. Sudhakaran

Clinical Instructor

  CHILD HEALTH NURSING

Ms. Keerthana

Clinical Instructor

Prof. Dr. C. Jothi Sophia

Principal cum Research Co-ordinator

​HOD Child Health Nursing

  OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGICAL NURSING 

Prof. Dr. G. Jeya Thangaselvi

HOD Medical Surgical Nursing 

Prof. Dr. C. Jothi Sophia

Principal cum Research Co-ordinator

​HOD Child Health Nursing

Mr. V. John Britto

Lecturer 

Mrs. K. Amutha

Asst. Professor

Prof. Dr. R. Jancy Rachel Daisy

HOD Mental Health Nursing 

Mrs. S. Grace Balammal

Asso. Professor 

C.S.I JEYARAJ ANNAPACKIAM COLLEGE OF NURSING AND ALLIED SCIENCES
PASUMALAI, MADURAI - 625004

​Affiliated to Tamilnadu Dr. MGR Medical University, Guindy, Chennai 

FACULTY

          The Faculty of the College of Nursing believes that nursing is a practice discipline and an instrument of care in society. Nursing is distinctive among the practice disciplines in its angle of vision; in its intimacy, scope, and privileged position in relation to patients; and, in its concern with creating and using knowledge to achieve practical and moral ends. Nurses are witnesses to life's most profound events, especially when people are at their most vulnerable. Nursing is an embodied practice, transcending time and space -- that is, always there -- and traversing boundaries usually considered relatively impermeable and even inviolable. Nurses stand in between patients -- and illness, medicine, and health care systems -- as mediators, buffers, translators, facilitators, and cultural brokers. By constantly reconfiguring their practice to accommodate patient needs, situations, and locations, nurses model what dynamic, responsive, and embodied caring about and caring for are, and how such care is fundamental to cure.

          The Faculty believes that nursing education is the instrument by which nursing becomes an instrument of care in society. Education at all levels occurs in an environment of scholarly inquiry and is variously oriented toward preparing students to care about and for individuals through the lifespan, to participate with individuals, families, and communities to enhance wellbeing, promote a healthful life, prevent injury and disease, ameliorate the negative effects of injury and disease and their treatment, and to ensure a dignified and peaceful death.

          A healthful life is one in which individuals and communities are able to fully participate in the benefits of and conversations about health, and one that is not limited by place, poverty, prejudice, and violence. Students of nursing learn the benefits of forming partnerships with individuals, families, and communities, and at various organizational levels to improve health, and to influence practice and policy. Students of nursing learn to combine their knowledge of the humanities, the biological, social, and nursing sciences, and of clinical diagnosis and therapeutics, with their intimate knowledge of the particularities of patients to provide biographically relevant, culturally sensitive, evidence-based, and ethically appropriate health care services. In addition to using creatively knowledge from the sciences and humanities in their encounters with the persons and communities they serve, nurses produce knowledge that, in turn, contributes to these sciences and the humanities and to the distinctive knowledge of practice that is the forte of nursing.

          The signature contributions of nursing and nursing education are to the generation, transmission, and creative use of knowledge for practice, the enhancement of health, and the continuous improvement of health care. Practice knowledge is comprised of complex transformations and syntheses of case, patient, person, and system knowledge for the purpose of discovering and enacting workable and moral solutions to health care problems. As a steward of the public interest, committed to beneficence and the fair use of resources, the College of Nursing maintains and improves resources for the benefit of the populations it serves.