THE TRAINED NURSES ASSOCIATION OF INDIA Established 1908 107 Glorious Years of Association Moving ahead with commitment and dedication…
The Trained Nurses’ Association of India (TNAI) is a national organization of nurse professionals at different levels. It was established in 1908 and was initially known as Association of Nursing Superintendents.
The Government of India has recognized TNAI as a service organization in 1950. A similar recognition by all the State Governments has been an asset to the promotion of its objectives.
Foundation stone for TNAI Headquarters Inaugurated by Smt. Indira Gandhi laid by Dr. S Radhakrishnan
Upholding every way the
- Dignity and honour of the nursing profession,
- Promoting a sense of espirit de corps among all nurses,
- To advance professional, educational, economic and general welfare of nurses
- To enunciate standards of Nursing Education and implement these through appropriate channels.
- To establish standards and qualifications for nursing practice.
- To enunciate standards of Nursing Service and implement these through appropriate channels.
- To establish a code of ethical conduct for practitioners.
- To stimulate and promote research designed to enhance
- To stimulate and promote research designed to enhance the knowledge for evidence-based nursing practice.
- To promote legislation and to speak for Nurses in regard to legislative action.
- To promote and protect the economic welfare of Nurses.
- To provide professional counselling and placement service for Nurses.
- To provide for the continuing professional development of practitioners.
- To represent Nurses and serve as their spoke person with allied national and international organisations,governmental and other bodies and the public.
- To serve as the official representative of the Nurses of India
as a member of the International Council of Nurses.
- To promote the general health and welfare of the public through the Association programmes, relationships and activities e.g. Disaster Management.
- To render care as per the changing needs of the society.
Established in 1956
|1||Ms. J. Samuel||1956-1957|
|4||Mrs. M.C. Dalby||1963-1967|
|5||Mrs. J.N. Martin||
|7||Mr. T. Rajaratnam||1976-1977 Oct.|
|8||Mr. T. Basappa||Oct. 1977- 1978|
|9||Mrs. Muktanata||1978 (interim)|
|10||Mrs. Muktanata||Elected 1980-1982, Jan.|
|11||Sr. Isabella Mary||1982 Jan. – 1986 Sept.|
|12||Mr. N.S. Sivramiah||Sept. 1986- June 1989|
|13||Mrs. T. N. Meenakshi||July 1989- Sept. 1991|
|14||Mrs. Devanayagi||Sept. 1991- 1995|
|15||Prof. G.R. Chamanalkar||Jan. 1995-2001|
|16||Dr. (Mrs.) Shakunthala||March 2001- July 2009|
|17||Mr. S. S. Kolapur||July 25, 2009- June 17, 2013|
|18||Dr. S.S. Prabhudeva||2013-2015 (interim)|
|19||Dr. S.S. Prabhudeva||18th July, 2015|
|20||Dr. A.T.S. Giri||2015 till date (interim)|
|1||Mr. T. Basappa||1973-1977|
|2||Mr. C P B||1977-1980|
Mr. A P Chowdiah
|4||Mr. P. T. Chengappa||1981-1983|
|5||Mrs. Usha M Joshi||Nov. 1983-1985 (interim)|
|6||Mrs. Usha M Joshi||April 1985-1988|
|7||Mr. T. Rajaratnam||April 1989-Nov. 1992|
|8||Ms. Samuel George||Nov. 1992- March 1993|
|9||Mrs. C.H. Pauline||March 1993- Jan. 1995|
|10||Mrs. Yasodamma M.V.||Jan. 1995- Feb. 1995|
|11||Mrs. T.N. Meenakshi||Feb. 1995- 2001 March (interim)|
|12||Mrs. Nalina Kumari||March 2001-2003|
|13||Mr. Nanjunde Gowda||2003-2009|
|14||Ms. Thressiamma P M||July 25, 2009-2015 (interim)|
|15||Prof. Girijamba Devi. P||July 18, 2015 till date|