IIPH-Delhi offers MPH Course for Ayush Graduates - KS HOMEOPATHY
The Indian Institute of Public Health - Delhi (IIPH-Delhi) calls for applications, for the first batch of Master of Public Health being offered in the academic year July 2016-June 2018, affiliated to Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology (SCTIMST) Trivandrum,
an Institute of National Importance under Govt. of India.

Program Duration: The program is divided in four semesters over a period of two years. Students must complete 60 credits to graduate

Eligibility: Medical graduates (MBBS), dental graduates (BDS), graduates of ayurvedic medicine, homeopathy and siddha, and graduates of four-year degree programs in veterinary/nursing sciences, Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Pharmacy, Engineering graduates, or students with a postgraduate degree in Statistics/Biostatistics, Demography, Population Studies, Nutrition, Sociology, Economics, Psychology, Anthropology, Social Work, Management or Law. Work experience in a health-related field is desirable.

Admission and Selection: Selection of applicants will be based on educational qualification, marks obtained in university and PG entrance exams, work experience, and performance in personal interview and group discussion.

Number of Seats: 60

Course Fees: 
  • For Indian Nationals: The annual tuition fee for the students admitted in academic year 2016-17 is INR 1.38 Lakhs per student per academic year. 
  • For International Candidates: The annual tuition fee for the students admitted in academic year 2016-17 is 5,060 USD per student per academic year. This does not include hostel fee, cost of books, stationery, certificates, food, field trips, dissertation, convocation etc.

Scholarship: Limited number of scholarships for MPH students may be awarded to the deserving and meritorious candidates, subject to availability of funds.

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