MGMCRI, SBV

Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute (MGMCRI)

A constituent college of

Sri Balaji Vidyapeeth (SBV), PUDUCHERRY

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B.Sc CRITICAL CARE TECHNOLOGY

Undergraduate Programme

STUDY

ABOUT THE COURSE

B.Sc Critical Care Technology is an undergraduate Allied Health Science course. It is offered in MGMCRI which has an intake of 6 seats. B.Sc Critical Care Technology is a course in demand. Every hospital has an intensive care unit and this course focus on care given to the ICU patients. Critical care technologist will be assisting physicians. They will learn on first-aid techniques to the patients, handling of equipment at the ICU, recording, and interpreting of the data. On completion of this course, one can get placed in hospital ICUs, trauma care units.

Following the UGC guidelines, as an innovation, the Faculty of Allied Health Sciences AHS from the year 2019-20, all Undergraduate courses have been designed with the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), wherein the students, depending upon their interests and aims, can choose interdisciplinary, intra-disciplinary and skill-based courses. The choice-based credit system not only offers opportunities and avenues to learn core subjects but also exploring additional avenues of learning beyond the core subjects for the holistic development of an individual. The CBCS curriculum thus provides an opportunity for the students to choose courses from the prescribed courses comprising a core, elective/minor or skill-based courses. The CBCS will undoubtedly groom the students with the best international academic practices.

ABOUT THE COURSE

ABOUT THE COURSE

3 Years + 1 Year Internship

5 Seats+ 1 Seat under SCQ / Year

COURSE DETAILS

COURSE DETAILS

Eligibility

Candidates who have passed in Higher Secondary are eligible to apply for this course. The candidate should be completing 17 years as on 31stDec. Upper age Limit 35 years.

Relaxation

A relaxation of 5% in the required aggregate in Higher Secondary Examinations for this course will be given to OBC/SC/ST Candidates.

 A Common First-year Syllabus

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