Dear Aspirant, Thanks for writing to careerguide.com! In case you want to shift from Nursing to hospital management or healthcare management, you can do following course: Masters in Hospital Administration MBA-Hospital Management/Healthcare management Masters in Public Health (MPH) All these courses are very good and have bright career scope. Best Wishes, Apurva Kumar Pandya, PhD

If you have completed your B.Sc Nursing, i would suggest that you join a job immediately. While on the job, you will be exposed to various roles like :? Postoperative care of patients? Nursing Care of patients in ventilator,? Care of patients on CVP line and Arterial Line.? Monitor Cardiac Output, CVP.? Collecting Blood samples and specimen for investigation.? Administering the medication, IV fluids and blood.? Rehabilitation etc....You will also be exposed to handling various equipments like :  Ventilator , ECG , MRI , CT SCAN etc.Once you have spent couple of years, you can then jo

Dear Aspirant, Thanks for writing to www.careerguide.com! By the time I have responded, you might have chosen specific course. Well, as mentioned by career expert, PGD and Masters are different. PGD is usually one year course after graduation while masters is two year course. For PGD is valuable if you have some experience of working in the field or can not afford masters course at this point of time. Masters course is more valuable. I recommend you to do masters. In case of financial constraint, there are many scholarships available for bright students. Best Wishes, Apurva Kumar Pandya,

Dear Aspirant, Thanks for putting up your query. I am sorry for delayed response. Well, hospitality has very good scope in India. Hospitality and hotel management courses are offered by several colleges and institutions in India. These courses equip students with the skills necessary in the hospitality field. **Career Scope:** The Hospitality Industry in India is booming. Hospitality can include following areas: Hotel and Restaurant management Cruise Ship Hotel management Hospital Administration and Catering Hotel and Tourism Associations Airline Catering and Cabin Services Club manageme

Dear Atul, There are many few colleges in India which offers the course in Hospital Management. CREMA is one among them which has a good accredited course. I fear that hospital management can only be pursued by students of lifesciences and Bio background. There is no scope of admission for students in commerce. All the Best

Hello Akanshi,Wish you a happy new year and may this year bring you with lots of success and happiness As far as your question is concerned.Here you would have to decide, whether you would be interested in management kind of a job or a regular kind of job which includes everything right from consulting to filling to admin.Since if you do a M.Sc or a masters degree, mainly you would be involved with the regular kind of job and its applications.Whereas a degree in Hospitality management would lead you to a management job.As such Hospitality Management involves covering the 3 main aspecxts o

Hospital Management is a career that is one of the fastest-rising career choice options for students all around the world. Especially in an over-populated country such as India, there are millions of people that get sick every day. It is rightly said that the hospital and healthcare business is the only one that will never face any kind of recession. These facts make the choice of medicine a very prestigious one in the country. Also, in a country well doctors are respected as much as gods in some areas, hospitals are slowly creeping their ways into rural areas.  An equally respected profe

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Hospital management course is one of those courses around the world that is considered to be one of the most respectful ones. Also, a degree in hospital management is kept at par with engineering or a management degree if not more than that. It is also one of the courses that have a less amount of competition compared to the other usually preferred courses of MBA or Engineering. These things help the course of hospital management to be one of the elite courses all over the world and a great choice for the students who have got what it needs. Read Also: How Hospital Management seems a good care

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Hospital Management is an exquisite course chosen by very few enthusiasts who love the art of hospitality. As the name suggests, the course involves learning how to run a hotel or a restaurant, providing the knowledge of the organization, coordination, planning, staffing, evaluating and controlling of health services. One does not require any special subject expertise in mathematics or science like other courses to go for a course in this field. However, you do require strong communication skills, reasoning skills, numerical aptitude and a pleasing personality. These factors play an important

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 Hello Rohit,  As the name suggests, hospital administration, you would be mainly responsible for the administration work of the hospital. Right from checking of the cleanliness to stocking of essentials like medicines and equipments, checking inventories, number of wards and beds occupied and vacant to financial requirement to paying of bills to recruitment of needed and qualified staff would be your duty. Wish you good luck...

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Gone are those days when being an engineer or a doctor or a lawyer were the only jobs which used to pay good and were well respected within the society. In the past decade the 21st Century, a lot of new career options have popped up around the world which pays well as well as are well respected in the society. If you are one of those people who has been searching for a good career to choose from the variety of careers available nowadays, you can opt for a Hospital Management course. How do you know if Hospital Management course is the one for you? Well, let us figure it out together. find here

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Getting confused between the two courses Hospital management and Healthcare Management can be very easy as dealing with one is quite similar to dealing with the other one. Here, we shall clear the doubts and tell you how the two of them are significantly different. Also, we will refer to some of the courses that you can pursue in these fields to give you an in-depth knowledge about how to go on about segregating the choices and choosing what is best for you. Take here:  Courses in Clinical Research, Healthcare Management and Hospital Management from ICRI – A top institution in India

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Hi There, Interesting Here I would suggest, first get your own research done, as to which University you wish to apply to, what are the benefits of the course, is it valid all over, cost of living. Here I would suggest meet an abroad educational consultant and get clarifications. They could help you shortlist the University as well as help in the application process and other formalities required. Hope this helps. Wish you good luck...

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Dear Aspirant, No, there is nothing like Management for Archeology anywhere in the world. But tell me why are you so obsessed with MBA as a degree? Not everyone requires MBA. I would suggest NOT to look for an MBA when your area is Archeology. Doing MBA will land you in non-archeology jobs, which I suppose you would not wish to. MBA is not all required in such core fields. ITs like asking an AstroPhysics Scientist to do MBA Marketing. Best wishes  

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Dear Aspirant, MBA Hospital Administration is an upcoming and demanding career option these days. Below are the job opportunities after MBA Hospital Management/Administration: 1. General Administration work 2. Accounts 3. Housekeeping maintenance 4. Patient record keeping and maintenance 5. Facilities management 6. Recruitment of Staff 7. Training Best wishes

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