Ministry of DONER, Government of India
with a view to provide composite professional training to candidates in the field of Hospitality/Travel/Tourism, Ministry of DONER, Government of India is providing one year residential training programme for North Eastern candidates at Bangalore and Mysore.

Courses | Health Care Science

Undisputedly, the wealth of a country is judged by the health of its people. Worldwide, nations are seeking viable answers to the question of how to offer a health care system, which leads to improvements in the health status of their citizens. In our view, health care in India is the responsibility of the community as a whole. A collaborative approach, which involves financial support, strategic planning and health prioritizing legislation, involves the government, community leaders, and private and public health care professionals. Here in India we must encourage individual, family and group participation in taking care of their physical, mental and emotional health and provide venues for doing so. We need to support an increase in health seeking behaviours motivated by education, through the school system, civic groups and public information.

Faults of the country’s medical system have become apparent within the last decade as economics forced hospitals to begin amalgamating services and reducing staff, thereby increasing clients’ access to timely services. From years of evidence, public and private health care understands the need to view health care from a business perspective; however, without losing sight of the need to provide high quality, accessible services. Indeed, we must strive to improve the health care system by creating an environment that encourages and rewards quality of care by the professionals who are providing the services. We are seeing to do more than maintain the status quo of our community’s health, and instead to improve on the health status of all concerned. Through tightly coordinated partnerships with medical, social, educational, business, civic and religious organisations of this country, we can develop a comprehensive and coordinated health care system.

This curriculum on Health Care Sciences has been developed for a two year new course at 10 + 2 stage. It has been so designed that the trainees on completion of the course will be competent to work as General Duty Assistants (GDAs) and go up in ladder as supervisor in Hospitals and Nursing Homes, to start their own self-employment ventures. The Course intends to impart both theoretical knowledge and practical training, suited for both self and wage employment.

Scope and Prospects of Health Care Sciences Course : This forms a good basic course for healthcare sector, after which the pass out can either join the healthcare service system as a GDA or go for higher education (Vertical Mobility) in the health care sector related courses (advanced courses in the health sector). Pass out of this course can be good multi-skilled worker for the healthcare industry, who can handle a number of jobs depending upon where he/she is posted.