Executive Summary

Medical establishments such as hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation centers and so on are looked upon as edifices of hope by the diseased and the ill. Like any other business, medical establishments are organized institutions. They follow complex processes and need efficient manpower to manage these processes.

Hospital management and administration is concerned with the organization, coordination, planning, staffing, evaluating and controlling of health services for the masses. The primary objective is to provide quality healthcare to people and that too in a cost-effective manner. Professional hospital administrators have proven how institutions can be managed proficiently, economically and successfully in a given time period.

There has been seen a remarkable growth in the hospital industry in India, which has lead to a great demand and popularity of the hospital management related courses. The requirement of professional administrators in the hospitals is growing briskly mostly because the nature of work in hospitals is quite different from other organizations. Hospitals are expected to deliver quality service 24 x 7 x 365.

The urgent nature of its work and the level of efficiency that is expected have increased the need of well-formulated hospital management courses. Further, various educational institutes have started offering hospital administration courses in India. What's more, a career in hospital management helps you to achieve two goals in life, namely: a good pay package and service to mankind.

Courses Offered:

3 years degree in Hospital Management.

Course Objective:

The importance of health care can never shrink and the number of institutes providing health care is only increasing. There are more than two and half lakhs health care institutes that require quality hospital administrators and managers in India

The growing need of high professionalism would only increase the importance of hospital management courses in India. Along with the government, various private hospitals are today competing with each other to provide first class health care services to the masses across the country. In this respect, the demand of professional hospital administrators is rising tremendously.


  • We are determined to create academic excellence that prepare students to fulfill their academic, professional and social goals & can produce the best human resources who are equipped to address the increasing demand and professional necessities of modem healthcare industry.
  • We are dedicated to form a unique Center of learning with multidisciplinary activities where young students are transformed into trained and knowledgeable professionals, ready to face the challenges of the modern world.
  • Our mission is to prepare individuals for leadership roles in healthcare management. Our curriculum provides the knowledge, skills, abilities and values to succeed in healthcare management.
  • An emphasis on professional development and career planning in our traditional track prepares early careerists to transition effectively into entry-level management and leadership positions, while an emphasis on application and integration prepares early and mid-careerists in our executive track for positions of increasing responsibility. Our focus on core competencies and lifelong learning assists our alumni with continuing advancement during their careers.
  • We deliver our program through guidelines by highly qualified faculty & Industry mentors engaged in different reputed healthcare organizations.


Latest Placement:

Name of the Company

Departments

Date of Interview

Organized by

Candidates

Selected

Shortlisted

Belle Vue Clinic

BHM

01.08.2018

Dept. Of Hospital Management

03

07

Bhagirathi Neotia Women & Child Care Centre.

BHM

17.08.2018

Dept. Of Hospital Management

02

04

Charnock Hospital

BHM

07.09.2018

Dept. Of Hospital Management

03

05

Krishnabehari Tea Estate.

BHM

27.09.2018

Student  self

01.

02

Belle Vue Clinics

BHM

02.01.2019

Dept. Of Hospital Management

01

02

Vasan Eye Care, Sodepur.

BHM

02.01.2019

Student Self

01

02

Renaissance Hospital

BHM

01.03.2019

Dept. Of Hospital Management

04

06

B.  L. Kapoor Hospital, (Delhi)

BHM

19.03.2019

Dept. Of Hospital Management

05

07

Future Healthcare

BHM

30.04.2019

Dept. Of Hospital Management

02

04

Motherhood Fertility, Kankurgachi

BHM

01.07.2019

Student Self

04

06

Apollo Hospital (Chennai)

BHM

01.08.2019

Student Self

01

02

ILS  Hospital (Dum Dum)

BHM

01.07.2019

Student Self

01

02

DISHA EYE HOSPITAL

BHM

16.09.2019

Self

03

05

BELLEVUE CLINIC

16.09.2019

Self

01

02

Neotia Medi Plus1

BHM

02.04.2019

Self

01

02

Future Diagnostic Centre

BHM

05.04.2019

Self

02

04

Apollo Clinic

BHM

10.05.2019

Self

01

02

Apollo Chennai

BHM

14.05.2019

Self

01

02

HSG Hospitals

BHM

17.05.2019

Self

01

02

 

  • Government and private hospitals
  • Health agencies, laboratories and clinics
  • National and international healthcare organizations
  • Health insurance companies
  • Medical colleges and institutions
  • Healthcare centers and nursing homes
  • Mental health organizations
  • Public health departments and rehabilitation centers
  • Pharmaceuticals and hospital supply firms
  • Medical software companies and hospital consulting firms

Publication(Faculty)

Name of the Dept.

Name of the faculty

Journal

Conference

Citation Index

Whether Elsevier/Web of Science

Impact factor

Indexed in Scopus/Thompsons & Reuters
(ISSN/ISBN)

Link of the journal  in Scopus/Thompsons & Reuters index

BHM

Ms.Debashruti Ganguly &
Dr. Indrajit Bose

“Maximizing performance of heatlcare professionals

FEMAS 2019
International Conference
(Scopus
indexed)

ISBN NO
978-93-5 391-615-0

BHM

Dr. Indrajit Bose &Ms. Debashruti Ganguly

“Where poles meet”
Demystifying the language of healthcare professionals

FEMAS 2019
International Conference
(Scopus
indexed)

ISBN NO
978-93-5 391-615-0

BHM

Ms.Debashruti Ganguly

Waste to Energy

ICORE

ISBN NO:978-93-5396-201-2

BHM

Ms. Subhasree Ray
&
Ms. Sayani Chatterjee

Environmental Impact On Renewable Energy Technologies”

ICORE

ISBN NO:978-93-5396-201-2

 

Publication (Students):

Name of the Dept.

Name of the Student(s) & Semester

Name of the faculty coordinator (if any)

Type of Publication (Journal/Conference/Abstract/Proceedings/Books/etc)

National/
International

Date of publication

ISSN/ISBN No.

Whether peer reviewed, impact factor, if any

BHM

Sanjay Kr Biswas,Rohit Chatterjee, Aastha Bhattacharya,
Roshmi Mondal, Chandrima Sen

Ms. Debashruti Ganguly

-

International

Paper Submitted
(Waste to energy)  

ISBN NO:978-93-5396-201-2

-

BHM

Sanjay Kr Biswas, Namrata Prasad, Sayan Ghosh, Souvik Ghosh

Ms. Subhasree    Ray
&
Ms. Sayani Chatterjee

-

International

Paper Submitted
(Environmental Impact On Renewable Energy Technologies)

ISBN NO:978-93-5396-201-2

-

Sl. No.

Name of Visitor / Guest Speaker

Designation/  Occupation

Seminar/ Workshop/ Conference Topic

Total Participant

Date

Sponsored by

1

Mr. Himadri Pal

Asst. Superintendent

Seminar On “Recent trends in Hospital Management Profession”

80

09.08.2019

GNIT

2.

Ms .Tanuka Ghosh

Operations Manager
Bhagirathi Neotia Women & Child Care Centre

Seminar on “Maximizing Performance Of Healthcare Professionals”

166

23.10.2019

BHM

3.

Ms.Sayani Chatterjee
Ms.Subhasree Ray

----

Seminar on’’ Meditation

---

25.08.2019

JIS

4.

Ms.Debashruti Ganguly

----

FEMAS 2019

---

26.09.2019

GNIT

5.

Ms. Soma Das

----

Seminar on “Alzheimer Disease

---

06.09.2019

GNIT

6

Ms.Debashruti Ganguly

----

Ministry Human Resource (Industry Academia Meet)

---

07.11.2019

GNIPST


  • Conducting Mnior Project Programme for 2nd year students at different public and private hospitals.
  • Arranging grooming session for final year students.
  • Conducting SIP and Major Project Programme for 3rd year students at different public and private hospitals.
  • Invited talk in television.
  • Parents-Teacher meeting
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