CT University, Ivy Hospitals sign MoU for health courses
CT University has been ranked among the top 50 universities of the country
Mohali: To produce highly trained healthcare professionals and to meet the requirement of competent manpower for the high growth healthcare industry in the region, CT University, Ludhiana & IVY Group of Hospitals, Mohali has signed a MoU. Under this joint collaboration, the 2-yr masters in Hospital Administration (MHA) & 3-yr bachelor degree course in Dialysis Therapy & Cardiac Care Technology will be started from the academic session of 2021.
All these courses will be unique in its nature as students will not only get best academic & learning outcome by national & international famed faculty members at CT University but also lot of practical exposure through various case studies, seminar, live projects & continuous mentoring from line managers at 1000 bedded IVY group’s 6 hospitals in Punjab for their holistic developments.
Prof (Dr) Harsh Sadawarti, VC CT University said,” Our programs are designed to develop graduates with core knowledge & specialized skills necessary to make a real difference in hospital administration & management and we will solely focus on producing professionally trained healthcare administrators who can play an effective managerial as well as clinical role in public/private hospitals and healthcare institutions.”
Dr. Kanwaldeep Kaur, Medical Director, Ivy Group of Hospitals said,” This joint collaboration will open new window of opportunity for students, who want to make a career in the healthcare industry as we will not only train them but also give employment opportunities to deserving students after the completion of their respective course.”
MHA program will be at 1+1 model where in students will remain at CT University for first year & remaining second year at Ivy Hospitals for academic learning & hand-on training on core hospital processes while bachelor degree program will adopt 2+1 model for sustained academic & long term clinical hand-on training, informed Ravinder Pal Chawla, Director, School of Healthcare & Paramedical Sciences, CT University.
Meanwhile, CT University has been ranked among the top 50 universities of the country out of 500+ institutions in the prestigious ARIIA 2020 - Atal Ranking of Institutions on Innovation Achievements 2020 notification e-issued by the Ministry of Education, Government of India.