# LIFE CARE SUPPORT PROGRAMME:
1.COLS FOR GENERAL PUBLIC
2. BCLS-BASIC LIFE CARE SUPPORT PROGRAMME FOR DOCTORS,NURSES,PARAMEDICAL STAFF
3. ADVANCED LIFE CARE SUPPORT PROGRAME-FOR DOCTORS AND ICU STAFF
# NURSING / PARAMEDICAL
*Eligibility: 10th, 10 + 2.
# Course Duration:
*Short term course for 6 months
*Certificate course for 1 year
*Diploma course for 2 years
CMLT/DMLT (medical lab technician)
*Operation theatre assistant (DOTA/COTA)
*Emergency medical technology (DEMT)
*Dialysis technology (DDT)
Nursing assistant (DNA)
*X-ray, MRI, CT scan (DXRT/DMRIT)
*Anesthesia assistant (DAA/CAA)
# Naturopathy & Yoga Science
1. DIPLOMA IN NATUROPATHY AND YOGA
2. CERTIFICATE IN NATUROPATHY AND YOGE
3. YOGA TEACHERS TRAINNG PROGRAMME
DIPLOMA IN AYUERVEDIC PANCHKARMA
In the increasing demand of skilled paramedical professional has opened several opportunities for young aspirants. There are different types of course developed as per the need of the students.
Such as short term course (6 months) and long term course (1-2 year). This course is suitable to people who are interested in medical field but cannot afford the fees and also have less time to study. They can get employment anywhere in the medical field like in hospital, healthcare centre, rehabilitation centre, laboratory, medical department of government. Paramedics work in I.C.U, physiotherapy department, pathology lab, General laboratory, CT scan department, MRI department, X-ray technician, etc. Internationally, especially, in English speaking countries there is huge demand of paramedics.
Paramedical science is related to the services and professionals which supplement and support medical work. A person working in this field is called paramedic. In many places, paramedics are recognized healthcare professionals registered with an appropriate body, they can do all procedure authorized for their profession, including administration of prescription medicine and are personally answered to regulator. In some place paramedics are only permitted to practice many advanced skills while assisting a physician who is physically present, except for the immediately life threatening emergencies.