- Bachelor of Optometry (B.Optom)
- Bachelor in Optometry: B.OPTOM (LATERAL ENTRY)
- Bachelor of Pharmacy (Approved by Pharmacy Council)
- B.Sc in Psychology
- BSc In Medical Radiology and Imaging Technology
- BSc In Medical Lab Technology
- Bsc. Emergency Medical Care Technology
- BSc in Dialysis Technology
- B.Sc in Cardiovascular Technology
- B.SC Clinical Research & Healthcare Management
Optometry is a healthcare profession that is autonomous, educated, and regulated (licenced/registered), and optometrists are the primary healthcare practitioners of the eye and visual system who provide comprehensive eye and vision care, which includes refraction and dispensing, detection/diagnosis and management of disease in the eye, and the rehabilitation of conditions of the visual system.
The optometrist will have two entry levels Both Diploma and Degree and the proposed career progression for Ophthalmic Assistants, for a diploma holder. Understanding the situation, the diploma is encouraged to upgrade to degree through lateral entry courses.
It is an undergraduate course deals with the science of Preparation and Dispensing of drugs and medicines providing knowledge on various topics of organic chemistry, biology, biochemistry and health care .
The programme has been designed to help eligible candidates delve deep into the study of the mind and its various functions. It involves the study of working of mind processes, conflict resolutions, motives, reactions, feelings, crisis management, group thinking, motivation, and nature of the mind. Psychological understanding and application plays an important role in the functioning of many fields today.
The Radiologic/Medical Imaging techniques are certified technologist who capture images of organs, bone, and tissue for patient diagnosis. Technologist are equipped with the technological Skills to handle imaging equipment and the interpersonal skills necessary for patient care. Educational and licensure requirements vary by state and profession, 4years degree programme is common for radiologic/medical imaging technologists.
Medical Laboratory Science has played a significant role in the advancement of Medicine, especially in the past few decades. As modern medicine becomes more of a team effort, the Medical Laboratory Scientist/Technologist is an important member and integral part of the Medical team. This programme is related to the diagnosis, prevention and timely treatment of diseases through clinical laboratory tests. These professionals help to identify abnormalities in the samples such as malignancies, pathogens, or genetic abnormalities.
An Emergency Medical Care Technology can be defined as “a comprehensive system which provides the arrangements of personnel, facilities and equipment for the effective, coordinated and timely delivery of health and safety services to victims of sudden illness or injury.
B.Sc Dialysis has been designed to offer eligible candidates a specialization in a wide range of application and technologies involved in the process of dialysis. The course focuses on the treatment of various diseases related to kidney and perform dialysis on patients suffering from kidney failure and require treatment for removing excess waste and fluids from their blood
To prepare and train the students for working as a Cardiovascular Technologist in Healthcare Institutions where they will manage the machines and care for patients who are suffering from cardiovascular problems.
This is an undergraduate course of medical science which is majorly focussed on safety and effectiveness of a recently manufactured medical drug before it is marketed as a commercial product which can help the intended person to maintain human health.