School of Allied Health Sciences (SAHS)
The School of Allied Health Sciences (SAHS) was established with the objective of producing skilled manpower in different areas of biomedical sciences for better healthcare delivery in the country. The major contribution of the allied health professionals is in strengthening the medical and health services by being the major assisting support system to the mainline medical and health personnel in treating the patient in disease and promoting health in the society. The course structure and curricula of different academic programs and courses offered by the school have been framed and designed by eminent academicians and professionals keeping in mind the present requirements and future needs of the current medical services and health industry. This would enable the graduates so produced to well meet the expectations and ever increasing technology-oriented health care demands.
By virtue of the availability of a in-campus well established and fully functional multispecialty 900-Bed hospital attached with a medical college, the school additionally prepares the students in different courses for the future requirements demanded from the respective specialization of medical science disciplines. The students admitted from a wide range of caliber and social background receive personal attention, exposed to advance teaching and learning environment to shape them in to a career- oriented professionals and entrepreneurs with bright future and job opportunities. Curriculum innovation is given priority by the university to make the courses meet the ever increasing demands of the research-oriented hospital services and health industry.
The ultimate aim of the school is to prepare the admitted students in to a highly skilled human resource in the area of medical teaching, research and health technology that not only get good employment but could in turn contribute in creation and enhancement of such a work force in the future.