Objective: To develop and groom top class management professionals with in-depth knowledge and competencies suited to the various organizations in the healthcare field, globally.
The two year, full time Master degree in Hospital & Healthcare Management focuses on equipping students with the knowledge and skills required for the management of healthcare organizations, be it hospitals, nursing homes, pharmaceutical/ IT/ Insurance organizations or NGOs and others as may evolve. The programme aims at adopting a synergistic blend of academic knowledge and practical intricacies of the field to create professionals adept at identifying practical problems and using time tested and emerging managerial techniques to arrive at appropriate solutions.
Market Need & Career Potential: The healthcare sector in India is in the middle of a high growth phase both in terms of volume and sophistication with corporatisation acting as one of the major drivers of this sector. The public healthcare sector has also been expanding with the growing healthcare needs of the population in line with the policies of the government. The healthcare sector also has growing participation by new stake holders such as the IT & Insurance sectors who in themselves are rapidly growing and expanding thereby generating higher demands for trained healthcare administrators at all levels. The advent of medical tourism and functions such as Medical BPOs/ KPOs has further expanded the vistas for gainful utilization of such trained professionals. All this, as also the spurt in the number of new healthcare projects in the last couple of years has fuelled the demand for young graduates specializing in hospital and healthcare management.
With the medical industry becoming increasingly competitive and growing rapidly, the need for managing the healthcare sector professionally has become even more acute. Hospital & Healthcare management comprises a number of complex operations with a considerable scope for ambiguity. A thorough understanding of these complex operations is essential for effective and efficient policy making and optimal resource utilisation. A structured programme addressing issues such as application of basic management tools to finance, marketing, production, human resources etc. is the need of the hour.
Teaching Methodology: The two year, full time, on-campus MBA (HHC) programme is formatted such that apart from the classroom didactic lectures, students spend a substantial amount of their learning time in various healthcare delivery related set-ups where they are exposed to actual hands on practical training. During the period of study, the student will be required to complete a number of case studies as also complete a thesis pertaining to hospital/healthcare management under the supervision of a guide. The students will participate actively in a number of seminars, workshops and presentations throughout the duration of the programme which will help in developing self confidence and the ability to realize their full potential. The programme content is further enriched by eminent guest faculty, innovative teaching methods and sessions which contribute to all round personality development in addition to academic excellence and practical competencies.
Academic Partners: Holy Family Hospital, Sagar Apollo Hospital. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Rockland Hospital, Asian Heart Institute, Amen Business Solutions, The Bangalore Hospital, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Ltd, Max Healthcare Institute Ltd., Hosmac India Pvt. Ltd., Lifeline Hospital, Care Hospital, Emcure Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Indraprastha Medical Corporation Limited, Neurosynaptic Communications Pvt Ltd, P.D.Hinduja National Hospital & Medical Research Centre, Prince Aly Khan Hospital and many more ….
Programme Structure: 2 year, Full time on campus, Pattern of Programme: Semester with concurrent continuous assessments, Intake: 80 Seats Reservation of Seats Within the sanctioned intake: 1. 15% and 7.5% of seats reserved for SC/ST candidates respectively, 2. 15% seats reserved for sponsored candidates, 3. 3% seats reserved for physically handicapped candidates (blind, hearing impaired (Deaf/dumb) mentally retarded or those with orthopedic disorders) Within the sanctioned intake:, 1. Kashmiri Migrants: 2 seats over and above the total intake – children of migrants from J&K valley or Defence and Civil Service Personnel presently posted and engaged in fighting against terrorist activities in J&K valley, 2. International Students : 15%
Eligibility Criteria: Graduate from any statutory university with a minimum of 50% (45% for SC / ST) marks at graduation level. Candidates passing degree examination by part time/ correspondence course or in one sitting are not eligible. Students appearing for their final year can apply but their admission will be subject to obtaining the minimum required marks.
Medium of Instruction: English
Examination Pattern: Students will be evaluated throughout the two years of the programme by periodic tests as well as assignments. Consideration will be given for the student’s contribution to classroom discussions, written reports, reading and other assignments. The evaluation of the student’s performance is by means of continuous on-going internal evaluations and also end semester external examinations conducted by SIU.
Standard of Passing: 50% in each head of passing. Theory & Practicals will be separate heads of passing. Internal and External Examinations are also separate heads of passing.
Methodology: Didactic Lectures, Self Study, Lectures by Guest faculty from academia and industry , Case studies and projects at collaborating hospitals, Insurance/ IT/ Pharma/ NGOs etc. throughout the two years, Residency / Summer training, Workshops, Seminars, CME, Thesis
Syllabus: Principles of Management, Basic Economics, Health Economics, Organizational Behavior, Research Methodology, Health Policies / Community Health, Healthcare Legislation, Human Resource Management, Material Management, Strategic Management, Quality Assurance, Financial Management, Marketing, Community Relations, Medico Legal Issues, Hospital Planning, Hospital Engineering Services, Disaster & Risk Management, IT in Healthcare, Managed Healthcare
Compulsory, Non-Credit Hours: Journal / Book presentations & review, Communications Skills, Extra curricular activities, Personality Development, Student-Industry Interaction, Current affairs
- Prospectus Sale Commences 10th October, 2007
- SNAP PG Test 16th December, 2007
- SNAP Results 8th January, 2008
- Prospectus Sale Closes 15th February, 2008
- Display Schedule for GD/PI short listed candidates 25th February, 2008
- GD / PI (at Pune only) 14th, 15th, 16th March 2008
- Display of the merit list 22nd March, 2008
- Last date for the payment of fees for first merit list 05th April, 2008
- Display of the second merit list 10th April, 2008
- Last date for the payment of fees for the 2nd merit list 19th April, 2008
- Programme Commencement 17th June, 2008
These are tentative dates, subject to change.
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