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IIHMR Jaipur

  1. 1. Postgraduate Program in Hospital and Health ManagementIIHMRJAIPUR
  2. 2. Thrust Areas IIHMR, Jaipur is engaged in policy issues, programme planning and management and capacity building mainly in the health sector. It undertakes research, training and consulting activities in the following thrust areas: ?Primary Health care ?Health, Hospital and Pharmaceutical Management ?Health Economics and Finance ?Population and Reproductive Health ? Management and Networking NGO ?HIV/AIDS Programme Management and Evaluation Capabilities ?Management Research, Education and Training ?Planning, Designing and Conducting Management Training for Health Professionals ?Institutional Capacity Development and NetworkingIIHMR is an institution dedicated to the ?Project Planning and Managementimprovement in standards of health throughbetter management of healthcare and related ?Operations Research and Evaluationprogrammes. It seeks to accomplish this through ?Economic and Financial analysismanagement research, training, consultation and ?Survey Researchinstitutional networking in a national and ? Assessment Socialglobal perspective. ?Quality Assurance ?Health Sector Reforms ?Programme Evaluation
  3. 3. IIHMR JAIPURInstitute of HealthManagement Research, JaipurFounded in 1984 in Jaipur, the Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) (formerly known asIndian Institute of Health Management Research) has made phenomenal contributions to both researchand education in the area of management of health services achieving a pride of place in healthmanagement, planning and research at the national and international levels.The role of the Institute is being increasingly realised and appreciated in developing health managementas an important discipline for improving the efficiency, effectiveness and quality of health care. TheInstitute has consolidated its focus on research in health policy and programs.Being a WHO Collaborating Centre and recognised as an Institute of Excellence by the Ministry of Healthand Family Welfare, Government of India, the Institute has been able to promote research in policydevelopment and program evaluation. We have extended our scope of work to several states. We are nowworking in most of the major states in India.
  4. 4. The CampusThe Campus is located near Sanganer Airport and is spread over an exquisitely landscaped area of 14acres. The architecture of the Institute with traditional blending of local culture is one of the best in thecountry.The facilities at the Institute are of international standards. The main building has an academic block, acomputer center, a library and documentation center, a conference hall, an auditorium, an MDP center,and lecture and seminar rooms.There are three hostel buildings which can accommodate as many as 171 students in rooms which are fullyfurnished and provided with a TV, telephone, and central air-cooling. A well-equipped modern kitchenand a spacious dining hall are attached to the hostels. A number of guest houses are located on thecampus.The residential complex has flats on the main campus for the staff, in addition to 11 flats a little away fromthe campus. The complex includes a jogging track, tennis and badminton courts, and a mini playgroundfor children. A centrally installed dish antenna provides a variety of TV programs to the residents. A clubhouse complex provides facilities for a variety of indoor games, including table tennis, chess and carom. Italso has a gymnasium. There is an outdoor swimming pool located within the complex.
  5. 5. The Computer CentreThe Computer Centre is one of the most contemporary in India. A state-of-the-art network with more than200 nodes connects every corner of the Institute.The Institute is outfitted with the latest Pentiums/core 2 Duo PC, Laptops, Exchange Server, LCD Projectors,Laser Printers, Video-conferencing facility and technically competent software and hardwareprofessionals.The Institutes network is linked to the Internet via a dedicated leased line enabling round the clock fastInternet connectivity. For students, teachers and guests support, throughout the campus Wi-Fi facility isprovided for wireless connectivity.Besides providing support to the ongoing activities of the Institute like research, teaching, training andconsultancy, the Centre is actively engaged in software development in the field of health and hospitals.The Computer Centre acts as a central nervous system ensuring the satisfactory operations and bringinglife to every activity of the Institute.
  6. 6. The D.A. Henderson Library and Documentation CentreThe D.A. Henderson Library and Documentation Centre located in the main building of the Institute has awell-balanced collection of books and periodicals and provides user-friendly services and easy access tofacilities.It is one of the best professional libraries in India. It is the first automated library in the state and has aunique collection of publications in various subjects along with over 100 periodicals of professional andresearch and general nature.The collection also includes audio and video cassettes, CD-ROMs and Database from India and abroad,like Health Plan, Popline, e-TALC, Indiastate.com etc.The Library is also connected with other libraries of the country and abroad through developing librarynetwork
  7. 7. Postgraduate ProgramThe Institute offers a two-year full-time Postgraduate Program with specialization in Hospital Management andHealth Management. It is a flag ship educational program aiming at developing trained professionalmanagers with requisite skills in planning and operating management techniques; diagnosing and solvingmanagement problems; and acquiring consultancy skills, with a view to preparing them to manage hospitalsand healthcare institutions in developing countries both in the public and the private sectors, and to meet therising demand for quality care. For practical training the Institute has collaborative arrangements with multi-specialty hospitals, NGOs and healthcare organizations.As the program has set high standards of management education in the health sector, it has attained the statusof a premier program in the country. Our students go for training and placement to as many as one hundredhospitals and healthcare organizations.The program, with an intake capacity of 120 seats, is recognized by the All India Council for TechnicalEducation (AICTE), and Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India. The Institute hasapproval for admitting students who are foreign nationals/ PIOs/ children of Indian workers in the GulfCountries, under 15% supernumerary quota.The Institute has featured in the list of top 5 Sectoral Business Schools of the country.The program has also been awarded the accreditation status by the National Board of Accreditation (NBA).The program has been recognized by the Association of Indian Universities, New Delhi as equivalent to MBAdegree of Indian universities.All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has awarded approval to admit 18 foreign students in theInstitute. The Institute also has permission to admit PIOs/ Children of Indian workers in the Gulf Countries.
  8. 8. Structure of the ProgrammeFirst Year CoursesDuring the first year, the programme aims at cultivating multi-disciplinary skills of health systems, managementprinciples and communication which are common to all the streams. The students will be offered Induction Coursesand Core CoursesIntroductory CoursesThe Introductory Courses are non-credit courses and will be offered to all students: · l Written and Oral Communication · l Human Process Lab · l Essentials of Computers · l Human BiologyCore CoursesTerm1& Term 2 · l Health and Development · l Principles of Management · l Health Policy and Health Care Delivery System in India · l Biostatistics · l Introduction to Epidemiology · l Essentials of Demography · l Organizational Behaviour · l Marketing Management · l Human Resource Management · l Essentials of Health Economics · l Financial Management · l Research Methodology · l Communication Planning and Management Summer Training Summer training is an integral part of the program. The students are placed for eight weeks in various hospitals and healthcare organizations throughout the country and abroad for hands- on training. They are also assessed on the basis of their performance during this period.
  9. 9. Second Year CoursesIn the second year, the students are required to opt either for Hospital or Health Management stream. The followingspecialised courses are offered in the respective streams:Term 3 & Term 4HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT · l Hospital Planning · l Organisation and Management of Clinical Services · l Organisation and Management of Support Services · l Organisation and Management of Utility Services · l Facility Management in Hospitals · l Materials and Equipment Management · l Marketing Management of Hospital Services · l Strategic Management · l Hospital Management Information System · l Health Insurance and Managed Care · l Legal Framework in Hospitals · l Quality Assurance in Hospitals · l Operations Research · l Disaster ManagementHEALTH MANAGEMENT · l Applied Demography and Population Dynamics · l Applied Epidemiology · l Health Survey Research Methods · l Logistics and Supply Chain Management · l Program Planning, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation · l NGO Management · l International Health · l Strategic Management · l Management Information System in Healthcare · l Health Insurance and Managed Care · l Legal Framework in Health Legislation · l Quality Assurance in Health Care · l Operations Research · l Disaster Management
  10. 10. Term 5 Evaluation Process Evaluation of performance is a continuous process. To beRESEARCHES (DISSERTATION) recommended for the award of the diploma, candidates are required to achieve a prescribed standard in the totalThe student will be required to complete a satisfactory thesis course work, including both internal assessment and finalin his/her area of interest. The thesis must be approved by written examination.two faculty members in addition to the Thesis Advisor. The The grades*, grade points and equivalent percentages arethesis will include critical review of literature pertaining to as follows:the specific area of interest, data collection and analysis onthe selected problem, besides other components of the Grade Grade Percentthesis. The thesis must be completed in the second year. Point Equivalent A+= Outstanding 6 91- 100 A= Very Good 5 81-90 B+= Good 4 71-80 B= Average 3 61-70 C= Below Average 2 50-60 F= Poor 0 <50 Grade point average is calculated to two decimal points. * Introductory courses are not considered for grade point average.
  11. 11. Award of DiplomaThe following are the requirements for passing the To clear a module every student has to score a minimum ofexamination and award of the diploma: 50% marks in both the internal assessment and the final exam separately.Attendance:Every student is expected to attend all the classes (not less than For further details, please go through academic guidelines.75% in any case). No unauthorized absence from fieldplacement is permitted. Up to 25% absence is allowed with Summer Training:prior permission of the module coordinator for unavoidable Summer training is an integral part of the course. The studentscircumstances. are also assessed on the basis of their performance during this period.Examination:The evaluation of a students performance in a module will be Research (Dissertation):judged on a continuous basis. Every module carries a Every student is required to write a dissertation in his/her areamaximum of 100 marks. of interest.The internal assessment includes assignments and classparticipation, whereas the final exam is a written exam.AlumniOn completion of the program, students become part of a network of alumni. An alumni newsletter, published twice ayear, provides information on current program activities. An alumni reunion event is held at the Institute once in twoyears.
  12. 12. Admission RequirementsApplication and AdmissionCandidates aspiring for admission to the PGDHM program are required to fill in an admission form, which can be obtained fromthe Institute by paying in cash or by sending a demand draft for US$ 50 drawn in favour of "Institute of Health ManagementResearch", payable at Jaipur for admission process fees.Application forms can also be downloaded from our website: www.iihmr.org. In the latter case, applications must be sent alongwith a DD for US$ 50 for admission process fees.Eligibility·l Applicants should have passed Bachelors degree exam or its equivalent as per the eligibility requirement of the program with a good academic record from a University/Board included in the list of Association of Indian Universities (AIU), UGC and AICTE. In case the University/ Board is not included in the said list, the candidate has to obtain and submit a certificate to this effect from AIU by paying the requisite fee.·l Applicants should be proficient in English (both oral and written) as the medium of instructions is English.·l Completed application forms and accompanying documents should reach IIHMR, Jaipur by June 25, 2010. The final selection of the applicant will be made by June 30, 2010. The program begins on July 6, 2010.Required Documents·l A certified photocopy of your previous degree certificates·l A certified copy of the transcript of record·l Document showing the English language proficiency tests·l Curriculum vitae·l Coloured passport sized photograph (two)·l Photocopy of the passport·l Photocopy of the good health certificate·l Declaration regarding status of the applicant/guardian·l Foreign bank account number of the applicant/guardian·l Character certificateVisa Requirements·l Applicants should have valid passport and student visa. The visa can be obtained from the Indian missions abroad by producing a letter of confirmed offer of admission from Institute of Health Management Research, Jaipur.·l They should also obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.Health RequirementsAll applicants are required to submit, along with their applications, a certificate of good health from a licensed physician based ona medical examination performed during the year of the application.
  13. 13. Eligibility Requirements·l A Bachelors degree in any discipline.·l Candidates appearing at the final year examination of the Bachelors degree or waiting for the results of their final year degree examinations in 2010 may also apply. Selected candidates will be given provisional admission. They will be required to produce evidence of their graduation within two months of admission.Working executives should apply through their employers if already employed, or through the sponsoring agency if beingsponsored. They should also indicate whether they will be sponsored by their organisations or will be self-sponsored.Selection ProcedureDuly completed application forms may be sent by post together with all the documents in support of eligibility. An application willbe considered only when it is received with all documentary evidences.The final selection of the candidate is based on his/her performance in college and experience.Candidates are required to bring original documents for verification at the time of joining.Admission Schedule·l Last date for request for the application forms: June 20, 2010.·l Last date for submission of the application forms: June 25, 2010.·l Last date for closing of admission: July 5, 2010·l Commencement of the academic session: July 6, 2010.
  14. 14. Fees ScholarshipThe fees are mentioned below for the batch 2010-2012; these are The students may try for scholarships with internationalsubject to annual review: funding agencies.S# Particulars Amount in US$01. Admission 300 Stream Selection02. Tuition 12,000 The stream will be allotted on the basis of merit and03. Library 500 preference in the First Year.04. Computer & ITC (IT Charges)* 1,60005. Examination 500 Policy towards Ragging06. Field/Project 750 The Institute observes “Zero tolerance” policy to ragging07. Diploma and Convocation 100 and expels students found guilty of maltreating the08. Course Material 2,400 freshers. Any student accused of ragging would be given a09. Extra Curricular Activities 250 chance to explain his/her conduct and, if found guilty, be10. Mediclaim 100 straightaway expelled from the Institute. Every student and Total 18,500 parent/guardian should compulsorily submit a signed affidavit attached with the application form.* LaptopHostel Accommodation Fee:US$ 160 per student per month (on twin sharing basis) Medical Fitness Students short-listed for admission need to undergo aFees medical examination at their own cost as per the InstituteFirst Year Second Year norms. Only those found medically fit will be admitted toUS$ 9500 US$ 9000 the course.The FacultyThe Institute has a multi-disciplinary faculty which is primarily involved in teaching courses and is also engaged in research,training and consultation activities. The faculty strives to create an exciting learning environment that pushes our students to tacklecomplex issues and develop creative solutions to critical problems.The faculty also plays a vital role in keeping our program internationally focused through exchanges with business schools in othercountries. Many faculty members conduct research and participate in international programs in Asia. By taking part in theseprograms our faculty members are better equipped to provide a global view of business and a cultural appreciation for a worldwithout boundaries.The faculty members are also involved in student activities through various committees, like Seminar Committee, ConferenceCommittee and Campus Welfare Committee. The students are also members of the different committees.In the last two years, eleven members joined the Institute on faculty positions and seven faculty members left the Institute.
  15. 15. www.iihmr.orgDirector Suresh Joshi, MDS.D. Gupta, M.D., Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins, USA), FAMS Health Management, Epidemiology, Child HealthPublic Health, Health Management, Quality Management Total Experience: 29 years - Age: 59 yearsTotal Experience: 35 years Association with the Institute: 3 yearsAge: 59 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 11 years Dhirendra Kumar, M.Phil, Ph.D. (IIPS, Mumbai) Statistics and Population Sciences Total Experience: 20 years - Age: 45 years Association with the Institute: 13 years (on lien)DeansBrig. S.K. Puri, VSM (Retd.) S.C. Gupta, M.Sc. MBA, Ph.D.MD (Community Health Administration) Organisation Behaviour and HRMDean (Academic and Student Affairs) Total Experience: 31 years - Age: 58 yearsHealth and Hospital Management Association with the Institute: 6 yearsTotal Experience: 40 years - Age: 68 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 9 years Chandrashekhar K. Aiyer, Postgraduate in Pharmacy, Diploma in Computer (USA), DMS (Bajaj)L.P Singh, D.Phil (Oxford) . Total Experience: 28 years - Age: 59 yearsDean (Research) Health Systems Research Association with the Institute: 1 yearTotal Experience: 16 years - Age: 45 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 14 years P Sodani, Ph.D., MPH (UNC-CH, USA) .R. Health Systems and Health PolicyR.S. Goyal, Ph.D. Total Experience: 20 years - Age: 44 yearsDean (Training) Association with the Institute: 20 yearsPopulation and Health Management,Programme Evaluation, Sexual and Reproductive Health Associate ProfessorsTotal Experience: 32 years - Age: 58 years Anoop Khanna, MSW, Ph.D.Association with the Institute: 14 years Population Programme Management, Programme Evaluation, HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health Total Experience: 13 years Age: 45 yearsProfessors Association with the Institute: 10 yearsBarun Kanjilal, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University, USA)Health Economics Goutam Sadhu, PGDRD, MBA, DHSM (Israel)Total Experience: 31 years Rural and Community Devt, NGO Management,Age: 55 years Sanitation, Integrated Water Resource Mgt.Association with the Institute: 16 years Total Experience: 16 years Age: 47 years Association with the Institute: 13 yearsHemant Anand, MBA, Ph.D., AMTMarketing Management, International Business Monika Chaudhary, MBA, Ph.D.Total Experience: 28 years Economics and Financial ManagementAge: 55 years Total Experience: 10 years Age: 38 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 3 years Association with the Institute: 1 year
  16. 16. Nutan P Jain, M. Phil, Ph.D. (Psychology), MPH (University . Dipti Govil Ph.D.of North Carolina, USA) Population StudiesOrganisational Behaviour, Programme Evaluation, Total Experience: 5 years Age: 31 years Association with the Institute: 1 yearGender and HealthTotal Experience: 20 years Age: 52 years Vivek Lal, M.D.Association with the Institute: 15 years Community Medicine (Public Health) Total Experience - Post MD: 7 yearsWing Commander (Dr.) S.K. Tahiliani, MBBS, M.Phil., Age: 33 yearsPGDMIS Association with the Institute: 6 monthsHospital and Health Management, MaterialManagement, Medical and Health Laws, Quality Maj. Vinod Kumar (Retd)SV,MDTotal Experience: 23 years Age: 50 years Preventive and Social Medicine (Public Health)Association with the Institute: 1 month Total Experience (Post MD) : 6 years Age : 37 Years Association with the institute : 3 monthsAssistant Professors J.P Singh, MSc Biostatistics .Neetu Purohit, Ph.D. Total Experience: 12 years Age: 39 yearsOrganisational Behaviour, Health Communication, Association with the Institute:14 YearsReproductive Health, Child NutritionTotal Experience: 7 years Jyoti Dua, B. Pharma, MBA (Pharm)Age: 38 years Total Experience: 3 years Age: 28 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 5 years Association with the Institute: 1.5 yearsSantosh Kumar, PGDHM, M.Phil, Ph.D., (BITS, Pilani) Rajiv Kamal Kumar, M Sc. (Social Anthropology),Hospital Market Research, Planning, Designing and PhD (Anthropology) Socio-cultural Study of Communities and Tribes,Project Management, Healthcare Quality and HIS Tribal Development, Tribal Health etc.Total Experience: 8 years Age: 36 years Total Experience : 5 years, Age : 33 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 7 years Association with the Institute: 2 yearsAlok Kumar Mathur, MBA, Ph.D. Dr. Shilpi Mishra Sharma, PhD., M.APlanning and Managing Health Communication Total Experience : 6 Years, Age : 34 YearsTotal Experience: 10 years Age: 45 years Association with the Institute : 3 MonthsAssociation with the Institute: 3 years Dr. Tanjul Saxena, PhD., MBAArindam Das, MPS, Ph.D. Total Experience :16 Years, Age : 40 YearsTotal Experience: 3 years Association with the Institute : 3 MonthsAge: 32 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 1 year &10 months Dr. Seema Mehta, PhD., MBA Total Experience :12 Years, Age : 36 Years Association with the Institute : 3 Months
  17. 17. Abhishek Dadhich, M. Pharma. (PM & RA) Management BoardTotal Experience: 2 years, Age: 28 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 1 year The Management Board supervises the work of the Institute and meets twice a year.N K Sharma, M.A.Total Experience: 22 years, Age: 53 years PresidentAssociation with the Institute: 24 years Shri D.P Agarwal . Managing Director TCI Industries Ltd., GurgaonSunita Nigam, M.Sc.Total Experience: 20 years, Age: 46 years Trustee SecretaryAssociation with the Institute: 20 year Shri M.L. Mehta Former Chief SecretaryN D Sharma, M.A. LLB Govt. of Rajasthan, JaipurTotal Experience: 24 years, Age: 53 yearsAssociation with the Institute: 24 years MembersDistinguished / Visiting ProfessorsJawahar S. Bapna, MD, Ph.D., FAMS, Dr. Pritam Singh (NIH Fellow, Washington DC) Former Director Management Development InstituteAdvisor, Publications GurgaonA.L. Shah, MA (English), LLB, PGDTE (CIE), PGDES (Leeds)Phonetics and Spoken English, English Grammar and Syllabus Shri S.M. DattaDesigning Ex-Managing Director Hindustan Lever Ltd.Adjunct Faculty Peerless General Finance & Investment Co.Professor Nirmala Murthy, Honorary President, Foundation for Research Ltd.,in Health Systems, Ahmedabad MumbaiDr. B.N. Saxena, Senior Deputy Director General (Retd.), Indian Council Dr. Ram S. Tarnejaof Medical Research, New Delhi Ex-Managing DirectorProf. K. Srinivasan, Emeritus Professor, International Institute for Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd.Population Science, Mumbai MumbaiProf. Y.P Bhatia, Astron Hospital and Healthcare Consultants Pvt. Ltd., . Dr. Ashok AgarwalNew Delhi TrusteeDr. Uma Nambiar, Director, SL Raheja Hospital, Mumbai Bhoruka Charitable Trust JaipurMr. Suhas Aradhye, Associate Vice-President, Wockhardt Hospitals Ltd.,Mumbai Shri Basantt KhaitanProf. K. Srinivasan Managing DirectorEmeritus Professor, International Institute for Population Science, Mumbai Wires and Fabriks Pvt. Ltd. JaipurDr. R.B. DixitIIHMR, Jaipur
  18. 18. www.iihmr.orgGoverning BoardThe Governing Board oversees and supports the institutes academic functions. It consists of eminent academicians, researchers,health management practitioners and senior executives in the area of health from both public and private sectors.Chairman Dr. R.D. Lele Prof. K. Srinath Ready, PresidentDr. R.A. Mashelkar Hon. Chief Physician & Director, 102 Public Health Foundation of IndiaCSIR Bhatnagar Fellow Buena Vista, Gen. Bhosle Marg New DelhiNational Chemical Laboratory Mumbai 400021Pune - 411008 Mrs. Krishna Bhatnagar Dr. R. K. Srivastava B-131, Rajendra MargMembers Director General Bapu Nagar, JaipurDr. Michael J. Klag Director General of Health ServicesDean New Delhi-110 108 Prof. Ashok PangariyaJohns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public PrincipalHealth Dr. V.M. Katoch Sawai Man Singh Medical CollegeBaltimore, MD 21205 Secretary (Dept. of Health Research) & Jaipur- 302004 Director GeneralDr.Jai P Narain . Indian Council of medical Research,Director, Communicable Diseases New Delhi Members : Ex-OfficioWorld Health OrganizationNew Delhi 110002 Mr. Yogi Durlabhji Shri D.P Agarwal . Emerald House (President, IIHMR)Dr. Ram S. Tarneja Subhash Marg, C-Scheme Managing DirectorFlat # 2102, Planet Godrej Jaipur-302001 Transport Corporation of India Ltd.AQUA-Tower II, K.K. Marg Gurgaon, Haryana 122001Jacob Circle, Mahalaxmi Mr. Ashish AgarwalMumbai-400011 ABC (India) Ltd. Shri M.L. Mehta Kolkata-700 019 Trustee-Secretary, IIHMRDr. Suresh Lulla Jaipur-302 011Managing Director Shri D.G. ShahQimpro Consultants Private Limited Secretary Dr. S.D. GuptaMumbai 400001 Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance Director, IIHMR Mumbai Jaipur-302 011Dr. Faujdar RamDirector Ms. Neelima Khetan Faculty RepresentativeInternational Institute of Population Science Chief ExecutiveMumbai-400088 Seva Mandir Dr. Hemant Anand Udaipur – 313 004 IIHMR, JaipurDr. Vivek Bhandari Jaipur-302 011Director Dr. Goran TomsonInstitute of Rural Management (IRMA) Professor, IHSR,Campus International Health Dept of Public HealthAnand (Gujarat)-388001 Sciences & Director of Doctoral Program Stockholm, Sweden
  19. 19. Academic Advisory CouncilThe Institute has an Academic Advisory Council to advise on matters related to academic planning, curricula/content development, infrastructure,monitoring and developing evaluation process, examinations and such other matters of importance in relation to the programme. Members of theAcademic Advisory Council meet once a year.Academic Advisory CouncilChairman Dr. Alok Roy Dr. Manvir SinghProf. T.N. Kapoor Chairman Medical DirectorManagement Educationist & Advisor, Eastern India Healthcare Foundation Gulf Medical University, AjmanFormer Vice-Chancellor Kolkata United Arab Emirates(Punjab University), New Delhi Dr. Arun Purohit The State RepresentativeMembers Vice President, International Marketing UNICEFDr. D.K. Sharma Development, JaipurMedical Superintendent Ranbaxy Laboratories LimitedAll India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi Gurgaon Dr. S.D. Gupta Director, IIHMRDr. S.M. Shanbhag Professor A.K. Agarwal JaipurMedical Advisor Director, School of Health SciencesReliance Industries Limited IGNOU Mr. Venkatesh SrinivasanReliance Centre, Mumbai New Delhi Assistant Representative UNFPADr. Ravindra Karanjekar Dr. Narpat Singh Shekhawat New DelhiAssociate Vice-President Medical SuperintendentWockhardt Hospitals Ltd., Mulund Sawai Man Singh Hospital Brig. S.K. Puri, VSM (Retd.)Mumbai Jaipur Dean, Academic and Student Affairs IIHMR, JaipurDr. K.B. Sood Ms. Rachna KamraManaging Director Director, Capability Development Dr. Barun KanjilalNOUS Hospital Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Fortis Healthcare Ltd. Professor, IIHMRNew Delhi New Delhi Jaipur
  20. 20. www.iihmr.org Organisational Structure Management Board Trustee Secretary Governing Board Director Senior General Senior Manager Faculty Manager Manager Dean Academic & Dean Dean Manager Manager Academic Program & Computers Library Student Affairs Research Training (A&P) Finance Publication Assistant Training librarian Executive Account Officer Placement OfficerAdministrative Hostel & HR Executive Guest Executive Training Relation Accountant Library Trainee Senior Assistant/Steno Incharge Assistant Library Research Officer Program Assistant / Assistant steno typist Assistant Programmer Research Officer Executive Academics Computer Admin Supervisor ProjectSupervisor Associate Housekeeping Supervisor Network Administrator Trainee Campus Research Officer Supervisor Housekeeping Assistant Assistant Lab Assistant
  21. 21. Location map of IIHMR
  22. 22. IIHMR JAIPURInstitute of Health Management Research www.iihmr.org Correspondence may be addressed to Brig. S.K. Puri VSM (Retd.) MD Dean, Academic and Student Affairs Institute of Health Management Research 1 Prabhu Dayal Marg, Sanganer Airport Jaipur 302011 INDIA Phone : 91 141 3924700 Fax : 91 141 3924738 email : intpgdhm@iihmr.org web : www.iihmr.org Please visit our website for regular updates

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