Nursing, Thematic Committee

Ms. Ajanta Singh

Ajanta Maharjan Singh is a Registered Nurse of Nepal and a faculty of Maharajgunj Nursing Campus Kathmandu, currently involved in guiding nursing students of Bachelor level. She works as a clinical supervisor in the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital. She also guides Bachelor’s and Master’s level students in research. She has completed her Master’s degree in Child Health Nursing and has published books on the Fundamentals of Nursing and Nursing Concepts and Principles. She has done studies granted by the University Grant Commission, as well as other research, and has published papers in National and International Journals. Teaching is her hobby and striving for new knowledge is her passion. She is a member of the Nursing Association of Nepal, the Nepal Public Health Foundation, The Global Health Network, the Perinatal Society of Nepal, and a Board member of the Public Health Innovation Centre.

Major publications:

  1. Perception towards Online Education among the Secondary Level Students during COVID-19 Pandemic
  2. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice on COVID During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review
  3. Health Related Quality of Life of Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis Attending in a Rheumatic Center, Lalitpur
  4. Job Satisfaction among Nurses Working in a Tertiary Level Government Hospital
  5. Experience of Mothers Having Preterm Newborns in Neonatal Care Units
  6. Challenges and opportunities towards the road of universal health coverage (UHC) in Nepal: A systematic review
  7. Student’s Perception of Academic Courses in B.Sc. Nursing at Nursing Campus Maharajgunj, Kathmandu