India has the youngest population in the world, which makes India as a young country. However, you look closely about the Skills Development Training and Learning; India is just using the 2% of its potential of young population. India can be the worldwide sourcing hub for the skilled resources if we work in the same direction to grow and develop.
In order to utilize the skilled potential of India, the Sikkim Manipal University introduced the Master in Hospital Administration (MHA) program at its own campus. This program started during the academic year 2008-09 under the skill development courses at Sikkim Manipal University campus.
The Master in Hospital Administration (MHA) has been in demand in the recent past due to increase number of healthcare organizations in health sector with need of sheer expertise in it. This is a two years post graduation course with detailed learning in four different semesters. SMU organizes internship or on the job training for its students for 16 weeks in selected hospitals across India and abroad after the 3rd semester.
The program is designed to develop the expertise effectively in Hospital Administration & Health System Management in Health Care Industry/ Hospital establishments. This is an exclusive management program for graduate students to learn in the masters of hospital administration program. The maximum annual intake of students in the course is limited to 15 only; so you need to really quick for applying.
Students, who are seeking admission in the MHA program of Sikkim Manipal University should have at least a bachelor's degree with 50 % marks in aggregate for general category students (and for North Eastern states ST, SC & OBC is the minimum marks should be 45%). Along this, students with one year work experience in Hospital/Health System Management will get a preference.
Total Course Fee
Students, who are interested to take admission in the Master in Hospital Administration (MHA) program in Sikkim Manipal University (SMU), should apply online. Your application will be approved for further admission after expert panel analyze.