Each course caters to a different area of the healthcare industry. Our admissions counsellors will give you information on courses and help you select the course that matches your qualifications and personality the best.
If you are a graduate in any stream, you are eligible for our diploma courses. You should brush up on your 10th and 12th standard science syllabus to refresh your learning. For our certificate courses like Hospital Front Office & Billing Executive and Emergency Medical Technician, and diploma courses like Diploma in Medical Records Technology, non-science students are very welcome.
Students can pay their fees in monthly instalments (EMIs). A loan facility is also being made available for 2 year diploma courses. Very deserving candidates who show outstanding academic performance might be eligible for a need-based scholarship. However this is only granted to admitted students.
All our charges are included in the total fee amount. This includes your tuition fees, exam fees, laboratory charges, textbooks and uniforms.
We offer placement assistance. This means that our dedicated placement cell makes sure that each student who successfully passes our final exams gets a chance to appear for an interview at a hospital, diagnostic centre, nursing home or clinic. Ultimately though, getting appointed to a job depends on the candidate’s performance in the job interview and willingness to take up the job offer.
We have partnerships with PG facilities close to the Academy buildings. If you are an outstation student, our admissions team will help you contact the PG providers and find accommodation.
On-job training is a very important part of the learning process. It is where you get a chance to apply your knowledge into real life, under the guidance of our faculty. On-job training provides valuable professional skills and experience. Taking on-job training seriously can help improve your placement opportunities. Students who do not successfully complete their on-job training will not be allowed to sit for their final exams.