Increasing community service participation has long been a goal in the people’s college of nursing and research centre. which include the objective that all students involved in activities that promote and demonstrate good citizenship and community service. Working at the community level to promote healthy living brings the greatest health benefits to the greatest number of people. It also helps to reduce health gaps caused by differences in income, education, race and ethnicity, location and other factors that can affect health. People’s College of Nursing and research centre  provide community exposure to all post graduate ,undergraduate and diploma students to render their services in remote and outreach areas where services is diminished. People’s College of Nursing is an constituent unit of People’s University. The community health nursing posting were started from Moring 9am to 4 pm at Ratua rural training health centre at ratua graduate and undergraduate nursing students were rendered community services and conduct various awareness activities like role play Nukkad naatak , puppets shows, Rally, health education by flash cards charts and  poster. Organized various general and special health camps in different villages with the aim to rendered comprehensive care , treatment and diagnosis services.

A student involves various community awareness activities.

  • Activities are targeted to include under served communities and diverse populations in our county. The 24 community awareness activities focus on all our programs and services unless we are asked to speak on individual programs.
  • Community networking promotes community awareness of program services and availability by networking with professionals and leaders in the community.
  • Developing, building and maintaining Response Teams, which include representatives from victim advocacy, law enforcement, prosecution and healthcare.
  • Joining community-based collaborations (e.g., disaster preparedness committees, social service consortiums,)
  • Communicating regularly with staff at local social service agencies, hospital emergency room, law enforcement, state attorney, clerk of court and non-certified victim advocates
  • Visiting local businesses and dropping off sexual violence materials, event flyers and brochures
  • Joining local groups and sharing information
  • Collaboration with other agencies