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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Today’s world of education offers innumerable choices



This intriguing question puzzles both the parent and the students alike. Today’s world of education offers innumerable choices for the student to choose from. However it is the quality of education which would groom students into accomplished professionals of tomorrow.

To enhance their capabilities to choose from a wide spectrum, a vibrant course counseling session was held on Sunday, 20th May 2012 at the Sankara Nethralaya Academy premises at Haddows Road.

Dr. Karthikeyan, Director, Gemba School of HR, an eminent personality in the world of corporate training and placement, highlighted significant points on how the health care sector is currently booming and the multiple choices it offered for one to choose from and the vast scope of employment opportunities it had and the huge man power requirement in the years to come.

The counseling session had a beeline of both inquisitive parents and students seeking information on prospective avenues.

The Sankara Nethralaya Academy, a pioneer in field of professional education, in tie-up with TN Dr MGR Medical University, offers specialized courses such as the Ophthalmic Assistant course, Operation Theatre and Anesthesia Technology course, Medical Record Science course and Diploma in Nursing Aide. It also offers a three-year B.Sc (Medical Laboratory Technology) degree course and a postgraduate MBA (Hospital& Health Systems Management) programme. There is also a one-year online eMBA in Hospital Management, a certificate course in Hospital Management and from this academic year a two-year diploma in Refraction & Dispensing is slated to start.

Students eager to pursue a professional course, found the counseling to be exhaustive, throwing light on the various avenues open to them.

Shri A. Mahalingam, Academic Officer, the Sankara Nethralaya Academy, highlighted that these courses definitely gave a cutting edge to young students, who were readily absorbed into the health care industry.