HCG Bulletin January 2018 Editorial

ggHello again, and we wish all our readers a wonderful New Year that’s vibrant and promising. Here’s to delightful new beginnings!

A new year means new beginnings, fresh new ideas and renewed energy. If you’ve been thinking of making positive changes in your life, there’s no time like now! Maybe you’d like to eat better, work with more passion, exercise every day, cut down on coffee…whatever they may be, good luck with all your resolutions! Start small, set your goals and make one change at a time. As you achieve each small step, add the next goal that takes you closer to your overall change. We bring you an article on the benefits of regular physical activity, to inspire you and get you started!

Every month, our dedicated teams are training new batches of talented and motivated young students, and sending them to fulfill their dreams in leading universities overseas. We are partnering up with more institutions abroad and this gives our students better chances of getting placed well. The numbers are growing, and we wish all of you good luck! May you keep the HCG banner flying high!

As always, we document the news from across all our offices. If you’d like to voice your thoughts and share them with the rest of our readers, do send in your news and views to usha@mwtedu.in.

We’ll catch up again next month!



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Health Careers Institute News Desk

Bringing you the latest news from HCI!
January 2018 Milestones:

1. The year 2018 started with the Promotion of Mrs. Tintu Varghese as Manager-Academics from 01.01.2018. We wish her all the best.

2.   The result of the summative assessment conducted by HSSC for HHA candidates (ASAP) at G.H.S.S Chandiroor was announced on 17/1/2018 and all 25 candidates who appeared for the summative assessment cleared the examination successfully. Hearty congratulations!

hci13. ASAP promotion- “Summer Skill Skool” was conducted on 9th January at the 58th Kerala School Kalostavam held at Thekkinkad Maidhan, Thrissur.

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4. The GDA mobilization campaign was conducted at Chellanam on 11.1.2018 at two centers.

Centre one:
Location: Malikaparambu Junction, Chellanam
Lead by: Basil K Varkey, Greeshma Jose, Ani Jacob
Number of attendees: Over 70

Centre Two:
Location: Fishermen colony, Chellanam
Lead by: Divya K.V, Vinil Varghese
Number of attendees: 15



  1. The new batch of OET has started on 11th January with 34 students for face to face and online sessions.
  2. The 3rd batch of GDA has started on 25th January 2018 with 28 students. Students from the previous batch have got placement at Hestia Medicare hospital, Cochin hospital, and Lakshmi hospital Ernakulam.
  3. An internal training was provided for the staff of HCI on 11th and 18th January 2018 by Ms. Vandana on the topic ‘Know your customer’.
  4. An in-service education was conducted on “behavior therapy”. The session was taken by Mr. Vishnu B Nair on 5th January 5th, 2018.
  5. On 10th January an in-service education was conducted for Info park employees on ‘Stress management’. The session was handled by Mrs. Neethu Paul and Mr. Vishnu B Nair.
  6. The AHA team conducted ACLS and BLS training for 15 students from 16th – 18th January 2018.
  7. The marketing team has done promotional activities for NCAP, OET and EUC at different centers across Kerala.

TNAI programme on 22nd January 2018- OET and NCAP promotion


TNAI programme on 22nd January 2018- OET and NCAP promotion


TNAI programme on 22nd January 2018- OET and NCAP promotion

ECU promotion at VPS Lakeshore and KIM’s hospital Ernakulam.


ECU promotion at VPS Lakeshore and KIM’s hospital Ernakulam.


ECU promotion at VPS Lakeshore and KIM’s hospital Ernakulam.

NCAP/GDN/ECU promotion at West fort Hi Tech hospital and Ashwini Hospital, Thrissur.


NCAP/GDN/ECU promotion at West fort Hi Tech hospital and Ashwini Hospital, Thrissur.


NCAP/GDN/ECU promotion at West fort Hi Tech hospital and Ashwini Hospital, Thrissur.

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News From MWT Education Consultancy

Several seminars and workshops on overseas education were conducted at various places in January 2018. Here are some pictures and details.

Date                : 08/01/18
Place               : Thrissur
Venue             : West Fort Nursing College
Remarks        : Around 60 students attended the seminar.


Date                : 10/01/18
Place               : Kadavanthra
Venue             : HCI
Remarks        : 6 OET candidates attended the seminar.


Date                : 11/01/18
Place               : Vyttila
Venue             : Benz IELTS Centre
Remarks         : 32 students attended the seminar.


Date                : 12/01/18
Place               : Thrissur
Venue             : Jubilee Nursing College
Remarks         : 48 students attended the seminar.

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Date                : 15/01/18
Place               : Ravipuram EKM
Venue             : Axiom Centre
Remarks        : 15 students attended the seminar.


Date                : 16/01/18
Place               : Thellakom
Venue             : Mt Sinai IELTS Centre
Remarks        : Consultancy promotion seminar.

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Date                : 16/01/18
Place               : Kolenchery
Venue             : Nazareath Centre
Remarks        : 8 students attended the seminar.m13 m14

Date               : 17/01/18
Place              : Aluva
Venue            : A to Z IELTS Centre
Remarks       : 12 students attended the seminar.


Date                : 19/01/18
Place               : Aluva
Venue             : Pinnacle IELTS Centre
Remarks        : 12 students attended the seminar.


Date                      : 20 /01/18
Place                    : Kaloor
Venue                  : Renewal Centre
Remarks             : We held a kiosk at Kaloor renewal center for the promotion of MWT Consultancy in association with HCI (Program – Trained Nurses Association (TNA) Annual Meet.



Date                : 31 /01/18
Place               : Kolenchery
Centre            : English Planet
Remarks        : 10 candidates attended the seminar


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Dream and The World Is Yours !

“You have to dream, before your dreams can come true.” – A P J Abdul Kalam

These are our students who have worked hard to fulfill their dreams, and have made it to various universities abroad in January 2018.We wish our dear students all the very best in their careers and in their lives!

3rd January  2018 ETEA (Education Training and Employment Australia) Melbourne
Pinky Ann Philip
Anub Thomas

3rd January 2018  ETEA (Education Training and Employment Australia)Perth
Steny Stephen

8th January  ACFE (Australian College of further Education)Melbourne
Kukku Babu
Asha Joseph
Belga Rose Ummen
Anumol Antony
Preetinder Kaur
Lintu Poovathumoothil Chacko

10th January 2018 ETEA (Education Training and Employment Australia)Adelaide
Sruthi Raj Pezhathingal
Nithila Alias

15th January 2018 Lonsdale, New Zealand
Neenu Sara Abraham
Jomi K M

15th January 2018 (UCOL)Universal College of Learning, New Zealand

Sarath Babu Kanuboina
Varna Ramesh

19th January (EIT)Eastern Institute of Technology , New Zealand
Resmi Ramachandran

19th January Wesley Institute of Technology, New Zealand
Lidiyamol Lazer

MWT Education Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. is the premier and major agent in India which recruits nurses for the Institute of Health & Nursing Australia (IHNA).We are one of India’s fastest growing education consultants dedicated to serving students who wish to study abroad.

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La Trobe University Comes Out On Top!

We have good news for all our students who are trying to get admission to La Trobe, Australia.

The 2017 ESS (Employer Satisfaction Survey) results are out- and La Trobe University has ranked up!

La Trobe ranked first in Victoria and fifth nationally on Foundation Skills – skills such as general literacy and numeracy – 2 per cent above the national average for universities. The University also ranked second in Victoria and fifth nationally for Adaptive Skills. 92.4 per cent of participating employers felt La Trobe students displayed the ability to adapt and apply skills and work independently (2.9 per cent above the university national average).

Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Kerri-Lee Krause said the latest ESS results reflect La Trobe’s priority focus in preparing its students for the world of work. She noted that La Trobe students stand out in the workplace for their adaptability and other critical skills.

The University also ranked above the national average in Collaborative Skills (0.8 per cent above) and in Technical Skills (1.6 per cent above).

La Trobe University has partnered with IHNA to build pathways into their Health and Nursing degrees.

About the Employer Satisfaction Survey (ESS)

The 2017 Employer Satisfaction Survey (ESS) represents the largest survey of its kind, reporting the views of over 4,000 direct supervisors regarding their perception of recent graduates from Australian higher education institutions.

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World Health


  1. Exercise controls weight

Exercise can help prevent excess weight gain or help maintain weight loss. When you engage in physical activity, you burn calories. The more intense the activity, the more calories you burn.

Regular trips to the gym are great, but don’t worry if you can’t find a large chunk of time to exercise every day. To reap the benefits of exercise, just get more active throughout your day — take the stairs instead of the elevator or rev up your household chores.

1. Exercise combats health conditions and diseases

Regular exercise helps prevent or manage a wide range of health problems and concerns, including stroke, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and depression, a number of types of cancer, arthritis and falls.

2. Exercise improves mood

Physical activity stimulates various brain chemicals that may leave you feeling happier and more relaxed. You may also feel better about your appearance and yourself when you exercise regularly, which can boost your confidence and improve your self-esteem.

3. Exercise boosts energy

Regular physical activity can improve your muscle strength and boost your endurance. Exercise delivers oxygen and nutrients to your tissues and helps your cardiovascular system work more efficiently. And when your heart and lung health improve, you have more energy to tackle daily chores.

4. Exercise promotes better sleep

Regular physical activity can help you fall asleep faster and deepen your sleep. Just don’t exercise too close to bedtime, or you may be too energized to hit the hay.

5. Exercise puts the spark back into your sex life

Regular physical activity can improve energy levels and physical appearance, which may boost your sex life. But there’s even more to it than that. Regular physical activity may enhance arousal for women. And men who exercise regularly are less likely to have problems with erectile dysfunction than are men who don’t exercise.

6. Exercise can be fun and social

Exercise and physical activity can be enjoyable. It gives you a chance to unwind, enjoy the outdoors or simply engage in activities that make you happy. Physical activity can also help you connect with family or friends in a fun social setting.

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Facebook Marketing

Sharing our January Facebook images with our readers!



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