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Business studies have become a bright career option among the students to purse in their post-graduation. There are a number of b schools in the country which offer MBA and PGDM courses both in various specialisations like marketing, finance and human resources. The other sector of the economy is also witnessing a boom and they have increased the need of efficient and qualified managers to take care of the operations and daily working of their organisations.
Admission Requirements and Eligibility for MBA in Healthcare Management
Health is one of the sectors of the Indian economy which has been witnessing a big boom. There are a number of international, private and public players in providing health services to the people. These organisations are in constant need for managers and employees which can manage their operations and working. As a result many institutes and colleges in India have started courses like MBA in healthcare management which trains a student with managing the administration and working of the hospitals.
Previously the administration of the hospital was done by the doctors and compounders alone. Now since the hospitals are more modernised and vast, the requirement of trained and efficient employees has increased a lot. PGDM in healthcare management was also started by man institutes which were autonomous. These institutes have their own entrance tests, interviews and group discussion rounds before providing final admission to the students who wish to pursue the course.
The admission process for the course remains the same for most of the institutes. The basic eligibility requirement for the course is a graduation degree which is awarded by a recognised university. A student is also expected to give the entrance of the university, or any national or international level exam like CAT, MAT or XAT. The final list of students is prepared after their performance in the entrance test marks and GD PI sessions which are held by the universities.
There are many institutes which also offer executive MBA in various specialisations. These are designed for the students who are placed in the various companies and thus cannot find time for attending the regular classes. The placements of these courses are one of the best in the country which are placed in various hospitals and healthcare management institutes of the nation. The pay package which is offered to the students is one of the best in the health sector and there are also chances of promotion in designation and job.