Padmashree School of Public Health (PSPH)
23, Gurukrupa Layout, 80 Feet Road, Nagarbhavi, Bengaluru-560072
Government of Karnataka
Established in 2009, Padmashree School of Public Health (PSPH) is a constituent college of Padmashree Group of Institutions. The college aims to educate, empower, and train to become the next generation of public health professionals.
The college offer master in Public Health course and bachelor in Public health course. The college is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. The students are equipped with knowledge and skills to address the public health challenges in the current scenario.
The college provides students with real-world experiences in the field of Public Health. The students are offers opportunities for research and community involvement. They are provided with a career that is stimulating and rewarding.
Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
Padmashree School of Public Health (PSPH) aims to provide the best training to the students in the field of public health. The facilities provided by the college are:
Hostel: The college provides separate hostels for boys and girls with round the clock security.
Library: The college has a library that has a collection of more 10,000 books for the students to borrow any time.
Transportation: The college has a fleet of buses which are available for the students to use for transportation purpose.
Refreshment unit: The college provides the students with pure drinking water which is regularly monitored.
The graduates of Padmashree School of Public Health (PSPH) can become:
Health and Safety Engineer
Health Informatics Specialist
Health care administrator
Public health Project Manager
Nagarbhavi stop is the nearest bus station to Padmashree School of Public Health.
The library has a unique collection of over 10,000 volumes comprising various medical and general books, journals and reference books. It is maintained in a serene environment to help students attain knowledge efficiently.
Public Health graduates in India are employed in various public and private sectors, particularly in teaching, research and implementation roles. However, there are no well-defined career pathways, which happens to be a significant barrier for graduates.
Separate hostel facilities are available for both men and women in the vicinity of the college. Food is prepared in a mechanized kitchen strictly adhering to hygiene. The menu has both North Indian and South Indian options available.
Padmashree School of Public Health is affiliated to Bangalore University, Bangalore