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Masters of Public Health Delhi
UGC Recognized 2 year program
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Scope of The Course
  • Vacancies
    INR 3.5 Lacs to INR 5.5 Lacs PA

    Starting Salary Package

  • INR 3.5 Lacs to 6.0 Lacs
    INR US$ 15.5 trillion by 2023

    Industry Size

  • U$D 16
    40 Million world-wide

    Positions vacant

Masters of Public Health
 
Why ICRI?

India’s first & largest institute in healthcare management

Real time exposure in hospital facility for hands on practical training

Industry trainings embedded in course curriculum

19000+ alumni network working across the globe

Learn and explore the best of both worlds with India’s top ranked university

What will you study?

SEMESTER I

    • Emerging Trends Of Management
    • Economics For Management
    • International Business Environment
    • Financial Accounting And Reporting
    • Statistics For Management
    • Introduction To public Health
    • Marketing & E-commerce
    • Business Communication

SEMESTER II

    • Health Economics& Introduction to HTA
    • Financial Management Accounting and Budgeting
    • SBCC & Effective Communication
    • Communicable Infectious and Non-Communicable Disease
    • Public health Nutrition

SEMESTER III

    • Research Methods
    • Health Ethics & Law
    • Management Health Program
    • Monitoring & Evolution of Health System
    • Environment Health & Occupation

SEMESTER IV

    • Research Methodology
    • Dissertation
    • Internship
What Will You Become
    • Research Analyst- Public health analysts create efficient solutions to health problems as well as implement and coordinate health programs.
    • Policy Specialist- The health policy analyst assesses current and future health policies. After assessing them, they aim to understand how these policies can affect public health
    • Healthcare Administration- improve the health and well-being of the public at large by assessing their health needs, developing outreach programs, and managing public health facilities
    • Epidemiologist - search for the cause of disease, identify people who are at risk, determine how to control or stop the spread or prevent it from happening again
    • Public Health Educator-  a trained professional who works with groups in community settings or with individuals to help them understand how to live a healthy lifestyle
    • Public Health Analyst- collects and analyzes data and uses the insights they get from it to improve public health
    • Public Health Administrator -  improve the health and well-being of the public at large by assessing their health needs, developing outreach programs, and managing public health facilities
    • Healthcare Consultant - Public Health Consultants are dedicated to wellness & health protection in communities to prevent epidemics, prevent spread of diseases, protect against environmental hazards, prevent injuries, promote & encourage healthy behaviors, respond to disasters, assist communities in recovering from diseases
    • Health Promotion Manager – guides and educate public about diseases and their control through various administrative processes.

    Where will you work?:

    • Public Health Organization like WHO , UNICEF, UNESCO etc
    • Disease control Centres
    • Leading Hospitals such as Apollo, Max, Fortis etc
    • Research Institutes
    • Health Insurance Companies such as National Insurance Co. Ltd, Bajaj Allianz, Cholamandalam, Bharti AXA, HDFC ERGO, TATA AIG, MAX Health Insurance
    • Public Health Associations such as National  Institute of Health
    • Institutes for Research Quality such India Council of Medical research, Apollo Hospital, TATA Memorial Centre, International Institute of Population Studies etc
    • Global Health Companies
    • NGOs and the Government Sector
Industry Exposure
  • India’s 1st Institute
  • India’s 1st Institute
  • India’s 1st Institute
Industry

    Scope & Future of Public Health:

    • As of 2021, India's healthcare sector is one of the largest employers in India, with a total of 4.7 million people employed.
    • The sector added 2.7 million jobs in India between 2017 and 22 (more than 500,000 new jobs per year).
    • As a public health expert, we are trained to analyze, protect and improve the health of communities around the world.
    • Public health is not only limited to factors such as hygiene and housing, but also because pandemics like Covid-19 have become one of the greatest threats facing the world, a vast area of research which has further expanded opportunities in this sector.
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