Diploma in Health Inspector- Indira Gandhi College of Paramedical Science

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One of the emerging careers of the modern century, health care is creating many job opportunities. The multi-disciplinary nature of this system is a culmination of many fields such as medical, para-medical and other professionals. Indira Gandhi College of Paramedical Science is one of the top self-financing colleges in Kerala offering DHIC (Diploma in Health Inspector’s course). The course is approved by the Kerala Paramedical Council and Government of Kerala. The duration of the course is of two years. An individual who has completed the course is having a number of job opportunities. Those who have passed plus two with a minimum of 45% marks with Physics, Chemistry and Biology are eligible to apply for this course. The course trains the students in the various methods and practices involved in maintaining hygiene and are also given education in public health and family welfare. The course is designed in such a way that it gives importance to theoretical and practical aspects of healthcare and sanitation.

Indira Gandhi College of Paramedical Science provides exposure to latest technology and advanced system. Socially committed and skilled graduates are always a boon to the society. The institution delivers quality education to the young generation in this field of study. The ambient, green rich campus, placement cell, information centre are some of the salient features of the educational institution. Some of the job prospects after completing the course includes sub-managerial roles such Junior Health Inspector Grade II at health services, JHI at airports etc.