Wednesday, 11 July 2018

IIHMR University Felicitated with the Prestigious Brand Leadership Award

IIHMR University was awarded with the Brand Leadership Award at the ‘Rajasthan Best Brand Awards 2018’ held at Hotel Radisson Blu Jaipur, today. The University received this award for it's robust brand awareness which stands out in the education sector. IIHMR University which comes with the legacy of a three and half decades old knowledge institution that is credited with introducing Health Management as a stream on this side of the globe, now offers MBA programs in Hospital and Health Management, Rural Management and Pharmaceutical Management. 
The award was presented by member of the Legislative Assembly, Rajasthan, Mr. Suresh Singh Rawat to the Acting President, IIHMR-U Dr. P.R. Sodani, who received it on behalf of the University. 
On the occasion, Dr. Sodani expressed gratitude on receiving the award and said that such accolades further inspire the team to work dedicatedly. The University has been working progressively to provide quality education to the students through innovative techniques in an encouraging environment. 

IIHMR University is a premier knowledge institution specializing in research, postgraduate education and training exclusively in the healthcare and development sectors. The University aims to generate new knowledge to provide evidence and inputs for developing effective policies and health interventions and strategies. Besides research and education through its MBA programs the University offers capacity building programmes for professionals and executives in healthcare and allied areas.
On the occasion, Minister of Higher Education, Government of Rajasthan, Dr. Kiran Maheshwari and Rajasthan Women's Commission chairperson, Ms. Suman Sharma were also present to honour the brands and organisations who have achieved extraordinary success from innovative and effective marketing practices in the State.  
Other brands awarded on the occasion were Arch Academy of Design, Fortis Hospital, Data Infosys, Four Points by Sheraton, Hotel Clarks Amer and Bridge Convention, JK Cements, Jaipur Rugs, Lemon Tree Premiere, Bandhan Bank, among others.

IIHMR University Amongst the Top Universities of The Country-India Higher Education Rankings

Premiere institute of MBA in Rural Management, Hospital and Health Management and Pharmaceutical Management, the Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR-University) was felicitated at the EW India Higher Education Rankings Awards 2018-19 on June 23 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Bangalore for standing 2nd amongst the top private universities of Rajasthan.

The awards are organised by the Education World magazine and are given to felicitate the country’s top-ranked private universities, private engineering institutes, B-schools, EMBA B-schools & multidisciplinary colleges. The criteria for these rankings are based on specific parameters of education excellence ­­like faculty competence, research & innovation, placement, industry interface, amongst others.

Friday, 13 April 2018

Get an average increase of 3-4 times in your base salary within a period of 3-5 years with MBA Rural Management from IIHMR University.

School of Development Studies, IIHMR U offers one of the most specialised, field-intensive programs in Rural Management in India. Our entire curriculum is dedicated to advancing your leadership and management skills for mission-driven organisations in the development sector. 

Each year, we assemble a diverse student cohort from across the country, including engineers, dentists, graduates in any stream, B. Tech graduates in agriculture, students from tribal areas, all driven by the passion to work with communities.

The course is running in its 6th Batch, from an analysis of the career path of the Alumni from 2012-17 the following points emerged.

The above infographic depicts how students of Rural Management from IIHMR University get better opportunities with good salaries over a period of three to five -years.
·         Most of the students started from the base salary of 20-25K and rose to an average of 3- 4 times in a period of 3-5 years.
·         The experience they accumulate through working at the grassroots and engaging with communities directly in the initial two years pays dividends through getting positions of responsibility right after. 
·         Students have got placed in National Health Mission, National Rural Livelihood Mission, State Watershed and Water and Sanitation programs.
·         Over the years the Rural Management alumni of the IIHMR University have made their own mark in International NGO’s, CSR Foundations and National civil society organisations like
o    Save the Children,
o   Water Aid,
o   Foundation for Ecological Security,
o   BCT
o   Voluntary Health Association of India
o   Samaj Pragati Sahyog
o   Centre for Micro Finance
o   Reliance Foundation
o   Coal India.

If you are passionate about making a difference through social innovation, want to advance to leadership roles or even start your organization, this is the program for you.

Admission Open for MBA Rural Management Program Batch 07
To get admission enrol for IIHMR U MAT Exam
Dates for IIHMR-U MAT – April 27, 2018; May 25, 2018, and June 29, 2018.

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Friday, 30 March 2018

Interactive Career Guidance Seminar on Rural Management

“Interactive Career Guidance Seminar on Rural Management”
Entry Free
Tuesday, 24th April, 2018 [11:00 AM – 1:30 PM],
at IIHMR University, Jaipur
The Seminar is for graduates in Engineering, Science, Arts, Commerce, Medicine, Pharmacy, Agriculture, Forestry, etc. who want to build their career in Rural Management.

Parents are also welcome.
For Registration visit
Last date of registration: 22th April, 2018.
Dr. Susmit Jain
Mob. +91-9829238770
(Certificate of participation will be given to all registered participants)

Brochure :

Wednesday, 21 March 2018

IIHMR University Organized Alumni Meet: Ex-Students Interact With Juniors, Exchange Ideas

India’s globally recognised and leading healthcare research institution, IIHMR University, organised ‘Grand Alumni Meet 2018’ at its Jaipur campus on Saturday. Over 100 alumni overwhelmingly participated to this reunite event and memorised their enchanting days while they were studying at IIHMR University.

The meet witnessed the participation of alumni from various parts of the country. A number of alumni visited the campus with their families making the event all the more interesting. A movie was played highlighting the fond memories of the alumni which took them down the memory lane.
On the occasion, Chairman, IIHMR University, Dr. SD Gupta welcomed the alumni and said that institutions are not built by brick and mortar but by ideas, alumni, faculty and students. Dr. Gupta further said that for growth and career development one has to adapt to change. New approaches in technology, research and education should be accepted to achieve success in life.
Post the inauguration; the event had exciting activities such as fun games, a series of ice breaking sessions, some amazing performances by the students and musical session which was organised at the campus.  The gala dinner in the evening provided a great opportunity to network. Every alumnus were feeling blessed while they had a great career path because of their value creation by IIHMR University and its faculties.
The programme was kicked-off with the inaugural welcome address by Asst. Professor, IIHMR University, Dr. Abhishek Dadhich. Pro-President, IIHMR University, Dr. PR Sodani said that this is the first time that alumni from all streams including Health and Hospital, Rural Management, Pharma Management as well as alumni from Masters of Public Health have collected on one platform. Dean, Academics, IIHMR University, Dr Ashok Kaushik extended vote of thanks.

India Needs to Focus on Quality of Healthcare Services

  •  80% childbirths now in hospitals as compared to earlier 80% in homes
  •  Mortality rate in India now below 7 per 1000
  •  Life expectancy increased from 32 years to 69 years for women and 67 years for men
  • Infant mortality rates reduced from 125 per 1000 live births to less than 40.
-       Chairman, IIMHR University, Dr. S.D. Gupta
Almost 80% childbirths are now in hospitals and medical institutions. This amount is a drastic change from the earlier 80% home deliveries. However, despite having state-of-the-art facilities in these institutions, maternal deaths are still a challenge for the country. This is owing to the fact that the quality of maternal care provided during pregnancy needs improvement. This was informed by Chairman, IIHMR University, Dr. S.D. Gupta. He was speaking at the session on ‘Healthcare Delivery in India’ held at IIHMR University today. The session was a part of the discussion on ‘Political Economy on Environment and Development in India’. The event was held in collaboration with The University of Sydney’s India Field School.

He further informed that mortality rate of India is as low as below 7 per 1000 population. This is mainly due to decline in deaths caused by communicable diseases like cholera, TB, malaria, typhoid etc. One of the most noteworthy figures is that in 1950 the life expectancy was merely 32 years this figure has now increased to 69 years for women and 67 years for men. Other than this, infant mortality rates which were as high as 125 per 1000 live births in 1978, has come down to less than 40. This drastic reduction is mainly due to availability of various vaccines and immunization programmes, diarrhoea and disease control as well as improved sanitation.
Earlier, at the inauguration of the programme, Professor in Human Geography, University of Sydney, Prof. Bill Prichard said that knowledge dissemination has become encumbered by technological limitations. Earlier Universities were solely engaged in one-way knowledge flow. For actual learning, lectures have their limitations mainly in the sense that students can catch up on their studies through pre-recorded lectures made available online. There is a significant need to reinvent tertiary education. It is through intensive programmes which allow scope for student engagement, consumption of information by students will change.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in the School of Geoscience and University of Sydney, Dr. Mark Vicol said that now is the right time to study the Indian economy. Because of the personal relations that Sydney professors share with Indian researchers and the high quality of student engagement for the Field School students.

Monday, 4 December 2017

Enhancing Quality of Higher Education: Issues and Opportunities

- India is the 3rd largest in terms of higher education
- India’s educated middle class population is equivalent to the entire population of the USA

Dr. Sunil Kumar Provost, Johns Hopkins University, USA.

Jaipur, 19 November: Inability to communicate with others in a proficient manner makes it difficult to comprehend the skills of the said individual and create a cohesive learning environment. This was informed by Provost, Johns Hopkins University, USA, Dr. Sunil Kumar. He was speaking at the round table discussion on ‘Enhancing Quality of Higher Education: Issues and Opportunities at Hotel Marriott today.

He further added that it is important to measure a student’s capability to learn rather than what they have already learnt. There is a special requirement to realize that learning is a continuous process which over time results in holistic development. It is important to inculcate an aspiration for excellence among the students. They should be able to work with others not just academically but also be able to empathize emotionally.

Chairman, Ajit Foundation, Jaipur, Dr. V.S. Vyas highlighted the 4 factors that determine the quality of education – students, teachers, leaders and regulators. If the teachers challenge the students, then there is positive scope for increasing their capacity of learning. Teachers should also be presented with ample growth opportunities and be recognized and encouraged by their peers.

Chairman IIHMR University, Dr S.D. Gupta said that India is the 3rd largest in terms of higher education with huge infrastructure and network. India’s educated middle class population is equivalent to the entire population of the USA. Fresh graduates can hurt their chances of employability with inadequate proficiency in written and verbal English communication skills.
Earlier the welcome address was extended by Pro-President, IIHMR University, Dr. P.R. Sodani.