Leadership and Professional Excellence have become paramount important in the era of disruptive transformation. Academic front is no exception to this. Effective leaders have the courage and provide the vision required to foster the pursuit of excellence; they inspire and motivate, counsel and coach colleagues, and draw out the best in those they lead. Our best leaders share wisdom and expertise in leading and give freely of their knowledge and strategic thinking.

The report also provides a compelling case for development of the global nursing workforce, investment in nursing education, jobs, and leadership during this covid-19. the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted that we do have some gaps in leadership and that there are areas of leadership that could be strengthened to better serve the world at large.

This FDP at SON-NIU is a small but very firm step towards achieving this goal. We at NIU, Greater Noida, have enough infrastructural and leadership support to create an environment conducive to guide and support disruptive transformation in times of the covid pandemic. Our university relies on the in-house expertise of a diverse group of creative and innovative leaders to inspire students and other stakeholders to reflect, experiment, and evolve their professional practice.


Topic- ‘‘Leadership and Professional Excellence: Transformation Efforts in Disruptive Era’

Duration of FDP- 5 Days (25th -29th April 2022) 10:00 AM- 04:00 PM 

Resource Person- International and National repute speakers

Platform- Virtual platform/ Google meet

Registration – online (

 We are delighted to share that we got overwhelmed response for 5 days FDP and received 173 registrations from all over India and specially Delhi NCR.

First day session was biggened with the welcome note by Prof. Manju Rajput, Vice Principal School of Nursing, NIU, followed by Inauguration note of our honorable Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Uma Bhardwaj and Pro Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Prasanjeet Kumar. Further session was facilitated by our respected Sir Prof. (Dr.) Dinesh Kumar, Director, School of Nursing, NIU.

As per the schedule daily three sessions were conducted. Initial two session were handled by internal faculties and last session was being conducted by international faculties on daily basis.

Feedback form was filled up by all the participants and delegates for all the session conducted. Valedictory ceremony & certificate distribution was done through virtual mode on the last day of FDP. Ceremony was concluded through the vote of thanks by respected director to all the delegated and renowned speakers of the FDP.


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