Delhi Medical College: New courses will start in the medical colleges of Delhi, the Delhi government has given its approval. The Delhi government has announced that it will start new courses in medical colleges to enhance the skills of nurses, pathologists, paramedics, physiotherapists. With this increase in health services in Delhi, new career opportunities will also be created in the medical field.
The courses include one year Post Basic Diploma in Oncology Nursing at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, BSc Nursing program at Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research University (DPSRU), Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) at Banarasi Das Chandiwala Institute of Physiotherapy. Validation of 3 years B.Sc (Medical Technology, Radiotherapy) at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, B.Sc. Many courses are included in many medical colleges etc.
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Talking about the new courses, Sisodia said that there is a need for well-trained hospital staff to meet the health needs of Delhi. The Covid pandemic was an eye opener for all of us in this regard and we realized that apart from doctors, there is a need for a large number of well trained paramedics, nurses, physiotherapists, pathologists etc. to meet the emergent health needs of the people. Can go
Career opportunities will increase
Sisodia said that these courses will enhance the career opportunities for the students in the health sector. Along with the new course, the Deputy CM has also approved to upgrade Panna Dai School of Nursing to B.Sc. 4 year B.Sc (Nursing) program will start with an admission capacity of 40 + 10% economically weaker section students for the academic session 2022-23.
New courses will start in these colleges
- Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, 20 students for one year Post Basic Diploma in Oncology Nursing.
- 40 students for B.Sc Nursing programme, Delhi Pharmaceuticals Sciences and Research University (DPSRU).
- Five students for Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) at Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Physiotherapy.
- Four students for 3 year B.Sc (Medical Technology, Radiotherapy) at Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre.
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