04-SEP-2019: Interactive session held on hospital administration and patient care
ALIGARH September 4: The Department of Business Administration, Aligarh Muslim University organized an interactive session on Hospital Administration and Patient Care for the students of MBA (Hospital Administration) at Frank and Debbie Islam Management Complex.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr SSC Chakra Rao, Chairman, Indian Resuscitation Council emphasized that in coming years the demand for MBA qualified hospital administrators will increase manifold due to the changing healthcare system in India. He also highlighted the issues and challenges pertaining to the various strata of the profession and suggested ways to deal with them efficiently.
Responding to the queries made by students, Dr Rakesh Garg delineated the various ways to handle emergency situations in hospitals adding that hospital administration was a continuous learning process and concerned people needed to learn from their daily experiences. He said that it was not the educational background but one's expertise and understanding of the situation that would enable them carve a niche for themselves in this field.
Earlier, Prof Parvaiz Talib, Chairman of the department of Business Administration and Prof Javaid Akhter welcomed the guests while Prof Salma Ahmed introduced the speakers.
Prof Valeed Ahmad Ansari, Dean, Faculty of Management Studies and Prof Parvaiz Talib presented a copy of "Jahan-e-Syed", the coffee table book, to the guests. Mr Shiraz Khan conducted the programme while Ms Anam Khan proposed a vote of thanks.
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