IIHMR - "Placements" & "Alumni" for Admission 2020
IIHMR University alumnus Prabal Mukherjee has been hard at work, doing his bit to contribute to the fight against COVID-19. The Aspirational District Consultant, UNICEF, and former State Project Officer, Child Health, Government of Gujarat (NHM), has provided major support. This includes preparing the district action plan on COVID-19 and training around 900 participants with the medical college team including medical officers, staff nurses, ANM, MPW, ASHA supervisors, cleaning staff, ambulance drivers and block level managers. The training was on topics like basic introduction, environmental cleaning, lab investigation, mental health, community surveillance, contact tracing and dead body management. Mr. Mukherjee also facilitated a mock drill activity, process mapping and a live demonstration of sample collection and wearing PPE kits. He regularly visited an identified quarantine and isolation facility, created a home quarantine follow-up checklist and score card, and led training for the same through Zoom calls. In addition, he regularly attended video conferences with district level officials organized by the state NHM office. We’re proud of him!
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A big round of applause for Akanksha Saxena (MBA Pharmaceutical Management) for her successful placement with Burjeel Hospital in Campus Placement 2020! We hope she achieves many more successes and has a thriving future.
Whats the average placement in iihmr university in health management sector and rural management sector? I am BSC graduate can i join rural management course?
IIHMR alumnus Rahul Pandey is an Operations Officer - Health, Nutrition & Population at World Bank . In his blog, he takes readers on a journey into COVID-19, highlighting its history, risk factors, and the steps that people can take to slow the spread.
Read the entire blog post here: https://rahulpandeygkp.blogspot.com/2020/03/sars-cov-2-corona-virus-covid-19.html?m=1&fbclid=IwAR2xi3FhVcqCXCYY-I8l99IC6b5Do409bzEzZU0cocGS1k1qp4GoNpVubAk
The lockdown has everyone trying to make the most of the situation. This includes IIHMR University alumnus Hemant Bhatnagar (PGDHM - 1997-99). The Hospital Management professional spends most of his time making sure that safety protocols are followed and operations continue smoothly at his workplace. When he’s not hard at work, he spends time indulging in his hobbies, staying connected with people close to him, and learning to evolve with the current situation.
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Divyanshi Tiwari, a student of MBA Hospital and Health Management batch 2018-20, shares how interning at MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child, Delhi, gave her insights about the fight against tuberculosis and familiarized her with the technical aspects of tuberculosis elimination.
Dr. Akanksha Mamgain (MBA-HM batch 2017) is working at Columbia Asia, Bangalore. She shares that IIHMR University’s MBA Hospital and Health Management program covers all the major aspects of the healthcare industry. The periodic gatherings and conclaves for the university’s alumni provides a knowledge pool to extract experiences, learnings and insights from healthcare leaders.
Sohan Chaudhary shares how interning at Group Pharmaceuticals Ltd. enabled him to understand the market building capacity for products like oral mouthwashes and antimicrobial gels.
Alumnus Prateek Jain (Batch VI 2001-03), Facility Director, Narayana Health, believes that the coronavirus pandemic has given us a lot of opportunity for reflection. While stress and anxiety are things many of us undergo during this time, he emphasizes counting one’s blessings whenever feelings of negativity rise. He also hails the untiring efforts of IIHMR University’s people as work to combat the crisis. https://www.iihmr.edu.in/
IIHMR University offers a two-year full-time MBA in Pharmaceutical Management Program. This MBA program aims at developing trained professionals with requisite skills in planning and business operations; techniques; diagnosing and solving management problems; and acquiring consultancy skills; with a vision to prepare the students to manage pharmaceutical business process management and services in future. The in-take capacity of the program is 60.
With the COVID-19 pandemic in full force, we’re compelled to work from home. But how do we maintain a healthy balance between our personal and professional lives? How do we stay productive and adjust our expectations, while trying to maintain a healthy body and mind? Find out at the webinar organized by IIHMR University where speakers Dr. Pankaj Gupta, President, IIHMR University, Dr. Bhimaraya Metri, Director, IIM Trichy, and Himanshu Rai, Director, IIM Indore, will share their insights on ‘How to balance personal life & professional life during this lockdown’. The webinar will be held on April 28, 2020 from 4 pm to 5 pm. Link to register :
“Development Agencies have crucial role note only in crisis but also in recovery path. Their expertise to handle grass root level management and coordination is key to ensure faster recovery. This Webinar will address the challenges faced by various sections of society and how development agencies can play a vital role in recovery process post COVID-19 lockdown”
Date: 29 April 2020; Time 11 AM – 12 Noon.
Register Here for the webinar : https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1656180477702685711
The Ministry of Human Resource Development’s flagship programme, the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT), has undertaken several initiatives to further the teaching and learning process. IIHMR University wholeheartedly supports these undertakings and urges students to make the most of them.
The initiatives include:
SWAYAM Prabha (www.swayamprabha.gov.in)
Virtual Labs (www.vlab.co.in)
Application of Spoken Tutorial (www.spoken-tutorial.org)
Abhishek Saxena (PGDHM, Batch-12 (2007-09), IIHMR University) shares his thoughts on the novel coronavirus crisis that has posed unique challenges. One of them is the tackling of asymptomatic cases, where individuals are carriers of the disease but don’t show symptoms. Ruling out the possibility of countries conducting 100% testing on the population, he opines that the only way forward is to scale up random testing, which India is currently doing.
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Our alumni never fail to make us proud with their wonderful achievements! We wish them the very best in all their endeavors.
Saurabh Parihar, from the MBA Pharmaceutical Management batch 2016-18, is a Product Executive in the Nephrology Division at BioKindle Lifesciences and an example of hard work and success. He handles major brands and brand campaigns. He credits IIHMR University with building his communication and networking skills that, he says, have helped him aspire to excellence.
Dr. Ishaan Kapoor, a second-year student of MBA Hospital and Health Management, IIHMR University, shares how interning at BLK Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi ushered him to real-world experiences. Dr. Kapoor was a management intern of operations in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the operating theater (OT). He says, “As a manager in an ICU, there’s a lot you need to do such as file audits, manage internal and external disputes, and counsel patients’ families. I learned a lot during my internship at BLK Super Speciality Hospital."
The COVID-19 situation has affected us more than just physically; it’s taking a toll on mental health too. With this in mind, IIHMR University will be organizing a webinar on ‘The Unseen Epidemic: Addressing Mental Health and Well-Being’ on May 9, 2020.
Among the speakers are
1. Prof. Nusrat Husain, Mental Health Expert, The University of Manchester, UK,
2. Dr. Pankaj Gupta, President, IIHMR University, Jaipur;
3. Dr. Usha Manjunath, Director, IIHMR Bangalore; and
4. Dr. Shankar Das, Director, IIHMR Delhi.
Register for the webinar at: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2499635638751694607?fbclid=IwAR2Kj25h8a5N_0GLAIZDZ3uFJMmZ8LbfBii_qt2T1ZhTef5zTBgHyOF_NcM
IIHMR University will hold an online panel discussion on ‘Effect of COVID 19 on Indian Economy’ on May 9, 2020. Eminent speakers will be sharing their insights on this pertinent topic. The speakers include:
• Narain Sinha, Professor at University of Botswana and Renowned Economist, Asian and African Regions;
• Ujwal Thakar, Founder of Three Large Retail Banks, Ex-CEO Pratham India, Board Member Educate India, Thinker, and Mentor;
• Tamal Bandyopadhyay, Consulting Editor Business Standard, Founder Bandhan Bank, Live Mint;
• David Bishai, Professor at Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University;
• Hema Krishnamurthy, FCA Practicing Chartered Accountant, Consultant to MSMEs, and Visiting Faculty IIM Bangalore;
• Monika Chaudhary, Faculty Health Economics and Financing, IIHMR University;
• PR Sodani, Pro President, Dean IIHMR and Dean-Training, IIHMR University;
Link to register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/365436290326873360?fbclid=IwAR1yYe6cJcdRa6PwelAOblBzRSiqg2B6gxiPodYCRK5tMK1oXpbvcCFvsHA
Webinar -- Post COVID19 Career Prospects for Rural Management / Development Professionals
IIHMR University will be holding a webinar on ‘Post COVID19 Career Prospects for Rural Management / Development Professionals’ on May 15, 2020 from 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM. The webinar will be led by
Mr. Hitendra Singh, Program Lead HRD & Social Development, Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society (JSLPS); Prof. Rahul Ghai, Associate Professor & Dean, School of Development Studies, IIHMR University; and Dr. Rajiv Ranjan, Assistant Professor, School of Development Studies, IIHMR University.
Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_mNaz-eWbSf6rMr2yFxFeEA?fbclid=IwAR3OmfkXP_2n8qAP8WD-lC_tZHf-9co8Mcw-2CYca2i5TuJCV4XsfTBVU4M