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Department Of Obstetrical and Gynecological Nursing


To prepare graduates as a specialist in the area of obstetrical and gynecological nursing


  • To appreciate the concept and principles of Obstetrics and Gynecological Nursing.

  • To acquire in depth knowledge and skills in child bearing, rearing and family welfare program.

  • To recognize the trends and issues in Midwifery and Obstetrical and Gynecological Nursing.

  • To describe the assessment and management of normal and high risk antenatal, postnatal and new born.

  • To prepare the graduates in rendering optimum nursing care to child bearing mother in a hospital or community.


  • Mrs.M.Porselvi, M.Sc., (N), Professor cum Vice Principal.

  • Mrs.R.Bharathi , M.Sc., (N), Asso. Professor

  • Mrs. Praba. , M.Sc., (N), Asso. Professor

  • Mrs.Indumathi M.Sc., (N), Lecturer

  • Mrs. G. Maheswari, M.Sc., (N), Lecturer


  • Providing care to obstetric and Gynecological cases in clinical and community set up.

  • Participation in antenatal clinic

  • Visit and involve in the activities of Family welfare program

  • Participation and Organization State and National level conference

  • To Observe and celebrate the significant days in obstetrical and gynecological nursing

  • Safe Motherhood Day - April 12th

  • Midwives day -  May 5th

  • Breast feeding week celebration - August 1st week

  • Woman's day - March 8th