Lack of skilled service providers is one of the biggest constraints in India The country currently needs an additional 6.4 million healthcare resources to serve its population.The condition deteriorates as one movesfrom urban to rural areas. About 80 per cent of doctors, 75 per cent of dispensaries and 60 per cent of hospitals are present in urban areas when 72 percent of India’s population lives in rural areas. Non-availability of skilled workforce, Lack of specialists at every level force patients to go for expensive private healthcare. This also turns out to be the major cause of mortality and morbidity.
Availability of competent staff across public and private hospitals.
Insufficient staffing especially at primary level.
Skilled healthcare workforce to work in rural areas.
To fill this current void Institute of Health and life Sciences has joined hands with Tata Institute of Social Science – School of Vocational Education, Mumbai. We are currently offering wide range of degree and diploma programs in the field of para medicals.