Para-medical sciences, Harsha Institutions
No. 193/4,Sondekoppa Circle,Nelamangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 562123
Government of Karnataka
Para-medical sciences, Harsha Institutions aims to provide quality education to the students. The college was established by Harsha Institutions.
The students studying in the college are trained by the best teaching faculty to become successful in their career. The college encourages the students to expand their base of knowledge to excel in their career.
The college is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) and recognised by the Government of Karnataka.
*Scholarships subject to the central/state government and college rules.
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Para-medical sciences, Harsha Institutions provides quality education to the students. The facilities provided by the college are:
- Library: The college has well-stocked books, journals and periodicals for the students.
- Labs: The well-equipped labs provide the students with all the latest technology for practical education.
- Faculty: The college has faculties who graduates and postgraduates and who have done excellent research work.
- Transport: The students are sent for various classes and internships to nearby clinics via various monitored transportation modes.
The following are some of the top-notch profiles one can really opt for after graduating from the college are:
- Assistant Nursing Superintendent
- Teacher of Nursing
- Staff Nurse
- Doctor Assistant
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Medical Laboratory Technology
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Operation Theater Technology
Harsha Institutions is a Bangalore-based educational group that runs nursing and allied health science courses.
The college has a good academic and non-academic infrastructure.
Allied health science degree holders are an important part of any medical team. There are jobs aplenty but not enough people, so you will have jobs when you clear your degree.
The group has placed students to several name brand hospitals like Apollo, Fortis, M.S. Ramaiah Memorial Hospital, Columbia Asia, and other hospitals.
All admissions to allied health sciences and paramedical courses happen between the months of April-July and classes commence in June or July. As there are no entrance tests to study at allied health science and paramedical college, admissions are based on first-come-first-served basis and marks scored in 10+2/12/HSC level in science stream.