An orientation conducted for students of Chetna’s H.S. College, University of Mumbai
· The IIHMR University, Jaipur is a WHO Collaborating Centre for Primary Healthcare
· Offers a unique programme – MBA in Health Economics, Finance and Insurance
· 157 Students of Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Accounting & Finance and Bachelor of Financial Markets visited The IIHMR University campus
Jaipur March, 2015:
India’s globally recognized and leading healthcare research institutions’ of the country, The IIHMR University, organized an orientation program that included a study tour for students of Chetna’s H.S College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai. The study tour was conducted to share additional information on the operations and management of the organization.
Dr. (Col) Ashok Kaushik, Dean Academics, The IIHMR University said, “We at The IIHMR University, feel honored to be chosen by Chetna’s H.S College of Commerce and Economics, Mumbai for a study tour at our campus. We are delighted to conduct this orientation visit for students of Management, Media and Finance and allow them to interact with people to broaden their outlook and widen their spectrum on their fields of specializations. The objective of this orientation was to enable students to access the management, operations, infrastructure and co-ordinate with the growth and missions of The IIHMR University which would further allow them to relate to their streams.”
Speaking about one of the MBA programs conducted at The IIHMR University, Dr. Kaushik said, “We at The IIHMR University offer a unique education program under the name MBA in Health Economics, Finance and Insurance. The primary objective of the MBA in Health Economics, Finance and Insurance is to facilitate integrative learning in the deepest sense of the term, so that graduates are able to walk into professional roles with ease, and play a vital role both at the operational and strategic levels in their jobs. The programme is designed to promote efficient and equitable allocation of resources and development strategies to promote public health and cost-effective healthcare. Health Insurance being the actively debated subject in India and abroad will provide the students an insight into health insurance systems.”
The Orientation also included a discussion by Dr. Monika Choudhury, Associate Professor at The IIHMR University by discussing, challenges and the roles of a health economist, importance of health economics in the growth and the development of the economy.