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Shaksi World Association Charitable Trust - Self Employment Training Institute(SWACT-SETI) 

 About 1(one) crore of people from Odisha working outside the state. Shows majority of them are in unskilled jobs as they did not have basic skill in any activity. Such migration is continuing unabated because there is no major economic activity in Odisha which can sustain even a small fraction of such a large number of workforces.

A major role in building up basic skills among vast numbers of poor rural women from different parts of Odisha/India, so that, if they migrate for work else ware, they can earn better instead of working mealy as a laborer or doing other menial jobs. Further, those who stay back can do some better quality of work and help eradicate poverty. If they succeed in self-employment, they will provide part time, casual, temporary employment to some others.

SWACT Self Employment Training Institute (SETI) an institute of Odisha conducting residential training programme of 6 to 15 days duration’s skilled home nursing attendant practical training cum on job 100% economically placement with future endovers .

We look forwarded your collaboration in this effort.

Education for Skill Nursing Assistant under SWACT-SETI at SHAKSI WORLD ASSOCIATION

Our Training Module for Health & Malty-project of Nursing Assistant(skill)
 (6 TO 15 days PLAN



Brief Description of Heart


I & II

Inauguration & Introduction about the Institute, Rules & Regulations of the Institute,



Achievement, Motivation, Confidence building,


Why Self-Employment, advantage over wage employment


Entrepreneurial Competencies, Importance, Explanation with examples


I & II

Principles & practice of first-Aid management:-Principle of first-Aid, brief history,

definition, Aim & Objective of first-Aid, Scope of first-Aid, Rule of first-Aid.


Structure & Function of Human body (Brief description):- Skeleton, Joints, Muscles,

Cell, Tissue, Respiratory system, Digestive System, Artery, Vein, Pulse, Blood.


I & II

Life saving Procedures:-. Incident management 

*Casualty Management and Initial Assessment.

*The recovery Position, 

*The non-Breathing Adult (mouth to mouth resuscitation)

*The adult with no heart beat.(CPR)

*Resuscitation for Babies and Children

*Top to Toe survey, Drowning:- Choking- Adult, Asthma attack


I & II

Dressing, Bandage, Wounds, Bleeding, Fractures (Injuries to Bone)

Burn & Scalds Poison, Animal bite


I & II

Brief Description of Heart .Treatment of Bruise, Foreign bodies in Eye, Ear, Nose, and Its Management


Animal bite: - *Snake *Dog *Sting bites 

Its Management, Shock: - Causes of shock, Types of shock. Its treatment


I & II

Maternity:- Pregnancy, abortion, sterility, (Ante-natal care)- Importance, Common

Complication, Importance of hospital delivery, post-natal care- Hygiene, Nutrition, exercise

Child birth & its management.


History of Nursing, Who is a Home Nurse? Characterizes of a Home nurse,

Responsibilities of a Home nurse. Character & qualities of Nurse, functions of a nurse


I & II

Sick child, common ailments and management, Care of the new born


I & II

Hypertension -- Causes,- Diet control, Drugs commonly given


Common infectious diseases-Common cold, measles, Chickenpox, mumps


I & II

Diabetes Mellitus:- Definition , type, Control- Diet, exercise,- Type of insulin used,- care


Treatment of Bruise:- Strain and sprain , Foreign bodies in Eye, Ear, Nose and Its Management,


I & II

Poison:-Types of Poison, Its Management


Brief Description of Heart. Blood circulation, Heart Attack, EPILEPSY, Nervosa system, Blood

Transfusion, Care of aged person- geriatric care


I & II

Common heart diseases, Prevention, Care, Check up


Anaemia:- Definition, Causes,- Common Nutritional(iron) deficiency & treatment, Stress and

strain, suicidal tendencies, prevention, how to overcome guidance?- Psychology- Psychiatric



Fever:-Types of fever, Nursing measures to bring down the fever, Clinical Thermometer, Care to

be taken while taking the temperature/pulse/respiration, Rigor and its preventive measures


I & II

Pulse:- scientific principle of pulse , common sites for taking pulse, Respiration,

respiration count care of bed ridden patients:- bed making adaptation in bed making.


Bathing:- Sponge bath, bed bath, baby bath etc, Bed Sores and its prevention ,

Prevention of bedsores, Feeding (tube feeding, infant feeding etc), Inhalation -purpose and Procedure ,

Patient's toilet observation of the sick , infection & disinfection .


I & II

Treatment for constipation, purpose of enema General instruction for giving enema,

- Nursing measures to control diarrhoea , food preparation, O.R.S Vomiting , Abdominal pain,

Catheterization of the urinary bladder Care of the Unconscious patient

Blood Pressure:- Scientific principles of Blood pressure, Responsibilities of the Nurse

while taking BP and procedure,

* Treatment for constipation,*Purpose of enema & Principles of enema



First Lecture

  1. Definition of Home Nursing. Quality of the Nurse.
  2. Structure and function of the Human Body.
  3. The Roller Bandage and its application.
    Practical: - Roller bandaging

 Second Lecture

  1. The Sick room choice preparation, cleaning and lighting.
  2. Ventilation and warming.
  3. The Bed and bed making. Beds for special cases.

Practical: - Bed making, changing sheets, Roller banding.

Third Lecture

  1. Details of Nursing; Washing the patient, Pulse, Respiration, Temperature.
  2. Observation of the Sick; Signs and Symptoms to be noted; Reports.

Practical: - Taking and recording pulse, Respiration and Temperature Roller bandaging.

Fourth Lecture

  1. Food; Digestion and Digestive System.
  2. Diets; Milk; Serving Food.
  3. Beverages and Invalid Cookery.

Practical: - Feeding a helpless patient. Roller bandaging.

Fifth Lecture

  1. Medicines and their Administration.
  2. External Application; Cold Heat, Counter – irritants.

Practical: - Measuring medicine. Poultice and fermentation.

Sixth lecture

  1. Fever
  2. Infection and Disinfection.
  3. Specific Infection Diseases.

  Practical: - Mixing disinfectant solution, Sponging and giving packs.


Seventh Lecture

  1. Surgical Nursing; Sepsis and Asepsis; Antiseptics.
  2. Operation; after care; dressing a wound.

Practical: - Dressing wound. Roller bandaging.

Eighth Lecture

  1. Sick Children; Common Ailments.
  2. Recapitulation.

Practical: - General revision.