Audio-Visual Aids are the instructional method of education that uses audio and visual as a mode of learning. The literal meaning of audio is hearing and visual means that is seen by eyes. Audio-Visual aids are devices that are used in the classroom to make learning engaging and easy.

Audio – Visual aids communicate ideas through the ears to the mind. Our AV- aids room is fully equipped with various electronic devices for the effective teaching and learning such as LCD projectors, overhead projector, VCR, CD player, Tape recorder, charts, models, posters and different types of boards which can provide high- tech educational media to support the teaching learning activities and practical classes. Our audio-visual aids lab is also equipped with models, posters and charts prepared by the students.




To make teaching- learning process more effective and to sustain student interest

  • To empower college, teachers and students to make the most of new technologies to create new learning pathways that equip students to live and work in the smart era.
  • To enhance teaching skills, which helps to make teaching learning process effective and conceptual
  • Make use of A.V aids for active learning participation in classroom
  • To take full advantage of the possibilities of ICT to enhance student learning, create efficiencies in delivering education and to advance lifelong learning.
  • To assist in making lesson plan
  • Av aids provide effective teaching process by creating interest in groups
  • To use all the important information available from different sources.
  • To practice and achieve innovative teaching learning methods available and to build partnerships between communities to broaden learning opportunities and foster collaboration

Our A.V. Aid Lab is equipped with recent technologies such as Smart Board, LCD projectors, computers, models, charts etc. Flex charts made by each department based on syllabus and displayed the same in different labs and classrooms. Lab includes different types of projected and non-projected aids.

2. Child Health Nursing Laboratory

Child health Nursing Laboratory is designed to help the nursing students to develop an understanding of the modern approach to child care, identification, prevention and management of common health problems of newborn and children.

This lab provides solid foundation for pediatric nursing i.e. first-hand experience to handling neonates and children with the help of simulated model (manikins) and also performing related nursing procedures before posting to actual clinical area.


Develop skills for essential child and Neonatal care management 

  • Develop skill for assessing anthropometric measurement of an infant and child
  • Practice to perform vital signs 
  • Able to handle the technique of various instruments
  • Learn to perform skills of neonatal resuscitation
  • Able to perform and practice various clinical procedures
  • Practice administration of pediatric medication via different routes
  • Appreciate the need of therapeutic play in different conditions
  • Learn recording and reporting
  • Prepare A.V. Aids related to health education to children and parent

The lab is equipped with supplies and equipment, as well as practice manikins including neonate (neonatal resuscitation) and Pediatric manikins, Physical examination manikins, The lab provides students with a realistic, simulated clinical environment to practice and demonstrate competency of selected nursing skills. The procedure includes measuring weight, height as well as head and chest circumferences, monitor and interpret vital signs, perform neonatal resuscitation, conduct neonatal assessment, watch video on neonate reflexes and demonstrate it, provide immediate and daily care for child, assist in administration of medications via different routes, follow the universal infection control precautions, encourage mothers to breast feed whenever possible, maintain optimal nutrition for children either enteral or parenteral, assess and manage pain, record, report and documents findings, nursing care & abnormalities, provide health education concerning child care & follow up and apply the nursing process in caring for normal child.

3. Community Health Nursing Laboratory

Community health nursing department is exclusively dedicated for preparing students for future nurses as public health nurse in terms of home / community based care as well as health promotion activities. Prepares students to undertake the socially conscious task of providing healthcare to both rural and urban communities. Students are taught to recognize the importance of health, prevention of disease and promotion of positive health.


To understand the concept of nursing practice and apply the holistic approach in meeting the health needs of individual in a scientific manner in community

  • Understand the basic clinical knowledge about the community health nursing.
  • Provide hands-on learning experiences specific to course objectives.
  • To provide knowledge to identify community resources.
  • Develop skill and practice in performing procedures following scientific principles in home setting.
  • Promote the need for interpersonal relationship and effective communication in the community.
  • Develop skill in preparation of simple AV Aids for Heath Education in family and in community.
  • Practice the principles of bio medical waste management.
  • Developing students’ attitude in preventing and promoting health.

The laboratory is well equipped with all requirements of teaching students to provide health services to both Urban and Rural community. Rural community development encompasses a range of approaches and activities that aim to improve the welfare and livelihoods of people living in rural areas. The activities taking place within a local community to include residential, site preparation and construction, government, commercial, institutional, and industrial activities. Activities under community health nursing home visit, various health surveys., health education to individual, family and community, health promotion activities on various health and social issue, various procedures along with proper community health nursing bag and collaborative activities along with NGO, Government, local bodies and health care team.

4. Maternal Health Laboratory

Provision of nursing care to mother and child is an important nursing responsibility for which students are trained during their training.

MCH Lab provides a learning atmosphere to the students for developing skills before performing procedures in the hospital. Obstetrical lab provides students with an opportunity to learn and develop the skills essential to midwifery practice within a supportive environment. During the time spent in the laboratories students are introduced to a range of clinical skills essential for safe practice, while on clinical posting, the students have an opportunity to further develop these skills under supervision.

Students are trained in laboratory under the supervision of faculty members to provide them with sufficient experience in dealing with women during the different stages of pregnancy, child birth and during postnatal period. It is equipped with various models, dummies, bones, charts, instruments, equipment’s and mannequins of normal birth process and procedures.


To develop skill in providing care to the pregnant mothers during antenatal, intranatal and postnatal period in hospital and community setting

  • Develop competency in arranging labour unit to conduct normal labour
  • Practice mechanism of normal labour
  • Demonstrate in-utero position and lie of the fetus
  • Practice conduct of normal labour
  • Practice newborn on assessment in order to rule out abnormal deviation
  • Demonstrate immediate postpartum assessment and management
  • Demonstrate immediate newborn management
  • Demonstrate care of antenatal/postnatal hygiene
  • Develop skill in assisting and performing episiotomy suturing
  • Develop skill in IUD insertion technique

The infrastructure of the lab includes delivery cot, adult cots, different articles and instruments used in Obstetrics and Gynaecological Nursing, birthing simulators, obstetric manikins, pelvis, fetal skull, different kinds of models etc. These all help the students to acquire knowledge & skills in patient care that are to be practiced in clinical settings. Lab provides a conducive environment for advanced learning of maternal nursing related procedures.

5. Nursing Foundations

Nursing foundation lab is one which makes the imagination of hospital set up, and the students can study the procedures and all the things on dummy with the help of clinical instructors.

These will help the students to reduce the stress and fear about the hospital environment. Fundamental of Nursing Lab is aimed at helping the students to acquire knowledge, understanding and skills in technique of nursing practice. Teachers can use this area to lecture and students can practice in this area. In the center of the room is a seating area with movable tables to enhance visibility for any sized group of students.

All required articles are placed in different cupboards to demonstrate nursing skills. The uniqueness of the Lab is that it combines the atmosphere of the hospital environment with sophisticated learning technology. There are containers for the proper disposal of waste to practice waste management in hospital settings.


Able to understand the concepts of nursing practice and apply the holistic approach in meeting the health needs of individual in a scientific manner and to provide hands on experience.

  • Get oriented and familiar with articles, equipment’s used for advanced procedure
  • Provide hands on experience with basic and advanced nursing skills necessary for adult nursing care
  • Apply scientific principles for the nursing procedures
  • Demonstrates body mechanics while caring for the patients
  • Demonstrates the principles techniques infection control and biomedical waste management
  • Demonstrate basic preparation for preoperative patients
  • Demonstrate care to dying and the death
  • Administer drug in different routes and assist in various drug administration procedures
  • Demonstrates technical skills of applying different types of bandaging procedure
  • Develop skills in preparation of bandages and splints
  • Practice therapeutic communication while performing procedures on the patients
  • Practice stimulation exercise for procedures such as admission and discharge procedure, feeding helpless patients etc

The lab is well furnished and well ventilated with all the necessary equipment’s like patient beds, mattresses, bed sheets, bedside locker, linens and blankets, napkins and towels, bed cradle, cardiac table, wheel chair, stretcher, critical care unit .different sizes procedure trays, and other instruments. And all the equipment’s are as per INC recognize and enough for each nursing courses. The lab also contains the manikin of adult male and female. There is one dummy of hand with visible veins which is using to study the procedure of introducing Cannula. There are some charts prepared like types of O2 masks, injection sites, methods of medication administration, procedure of T.P.R B.P, nebulization procedure, first aid kit, biomedical waste management etc.

6. Nutrition Laboratory

Nutrition plays an important role is one's growth and development. Better nutrition leads to better immunity, lower risks of maternal and child health illnesses and better control of diseases. Therefore, nutrition laboratory becomes a place where not only healthy eating is promoted, but also, through creative and fun culinary activities, it provides students the opportunity to learn about proper food preparation, food safety, servings, and correct association of food in menus.


To develop knowledge and skill regarding nutrition and dietary management of the patient

  • To apply the principle of nutrition in selection, preparation and distribution of food stuff for various age groups in meal planning. 
  • To be able to apply the knowledge of RDA for different groups from infancy to old age
  • To develop practice to calculate value of food- stuff for planning diet to individual & adults
  • To select food stuff as per availability & considering cost with high nutritive value to prepare nutritious food. 
  • Learn to practice the combination of variety of nutritious food stuff to increase nutritive value
  • To apply knowledge of nutritive values in preparation of diet to prevent nutritional deficiencies among vulnerable groups
  • To apply knowledge of "cooking method' to prevent nutrient loss, improves taste & save time & energy in preparation of menus. 
  • To be able to practice culinary guide
  • To discuss psychosocial & cultural aspect in relation to purchasing food stuff cooking practices & consumption of food that affect health of the individual
  • To plan menu for the families of different income group based on budget for food at low cost yet provide high nutritive value

Planning and execution of various dietetic lab activities like DASH diet, diabetic diet, lactose intolerance diet, antenatal diet etc. according to need and specialization. Best utilisation of nutrition lab to promote knowledge of menu planning and culinary skills. Examples of normal diet which might benefit health promotion are gluten-free diet, clear liquid diets, full liquid diets, no concentrated sweet diet, diabetic (calorie controlled) diet, renal diet, low fat diet, high fibre diet, no added salts diet etc.

7. Pre Clinical Laboratory

Our college preclinical lab shape and challenge how we see objects and ourselves in relation to community, culture and economic views. They are inextricably linked with the visual, social, political and economic views. They embody a human impulse to preserve, display or interpret an astonishing array of materials. Museums come in many forms and across disciplines. They engage various ways of knowing, experiencing, interacting and communicating. Museums are sites where diverse interests, skills-sets and professional paths converge and interface with the students.


To acquire knowledge of normal structure and physiology of various human body systems and understand the anatomical structure.

  • The curriculum should be designed such that there are options to activity based learning through audio-visual aids
  • Develop a visual knowledge of body structure at the cellular, tissue, organ & system levels
  • Understand the gross & microscopic approach to anatomy & Physiology
  • Provide the students with all necessary lab tools such as anatomical models, histology slides as well as experimental & physiological problems that promote the critical understanding of the human body
  • Familiarize the students with a variety of lab assignments; help visualize most of the anatomical models of all the body system
  • Use of audio visual aids improves student’s critical and analytical thinking. I to help to remove abstract concepts through visual presentation
  • To provide training experiences for undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in the impact of biological factors on phenomena for which nurses intervene
  • To strengthen teachers skills in making teaching learning process more effective
  • To attract and retain learners attention & to use all the relevant information available from different sources
  • To generate interest across different levels of students.
  • To focus on students-centered approach & Make class more interactive and interesting
  • To enhance teachers skills which help to make teaching-learning process effective and conceptual
  • Make use of A.V Aids for active learning participation in classroom & thereby make students a keen observer.
  • To assist in making lesson plan and build interest and A.V Aids provide effective teaching process by creating interest in different groups.

The preclinical lab consist of all the equipment such as adult human articulated skeleton, adult skull, pelvis, heart with large blood vessels, eye with different section, ear with different section, full set of disarticulated adult human skeleton etc. and different charts of all the systems. The lab is well furnished in such a way that the students are able to acquire knowledge through their different demonstration.