27 November 2020 | News
The School of Healthcare will be offering various UG & PG degree programmes under the allied healthcare domain
Rishihood University in Haryana has announced the upcoming launch of the Rishihood School of Healthcare. Considering the need, both at the national & international levels, the university is launching its state-of-the-art School of Healthcare for its first cohort, from the academic session 2021-22 onwards. The School of Healthcare will be offering various UG & PG degree programmes, such as BSc Cardiovascular Technology, Medical Laboratory Technology, MBA in Healthcare Management, amongst others, under the allied healthcare domain.
Prof John Quelch, Vice Provost, University of Miami and former professor Harvard School of Public Health, will be delivering the inaugural lecture of ‘Building a Culture of Health’. The school of healthcare is a residential programme and will be housed in the state of the art 25-acre Rishihood University Campus in Sonipat.
The university also plans to enter into strategic partnerships with leading hospitals, R&D labs and healthcare providers, to ensure ample training opportunities for students, as well as providing the necessary exposure to the latest healthcare technology. The programmes will focus upon some emerging areas in healthcare management such as blockchain, digital health, 3-D printing, AI, AR/VR, IoT, m-health, to name a few.
Rishihood School of Healthcare will be exclusively dedicated to provide best in class education, aligned with industry best practices, to future healthcare professionals. The vision is to effectively aid Universal Health Coverage (UHC) 2030 goals planned by the Government of India.
Speaking at the launch, Sahil Agarwal, Co-Founder and CEO, Rishihood University, said, “We are committed to offering best in class education and infrastructure for the students, to enable a healthier tomorrow.”
The courses have been designed to help the students to develop a high level of expertise & technical skills with detailed learning.
Prof Anil Kaul, Dean, School of Healthcare, Rishihood University, said, “Whether it is at the forefront of diagnostics, delivering care in a clinic, hospital or a nursing home, leading the change in healthcare or hospital management, we will help them unleash their potential and prepare them to be a next-generation healthcare leader.”