Courses to become a Nutritionist

Do you want to make a career as a nutritionist? You can go for a nutrition course after 10 + 2. There are many programmes available at graduation and post graduation level to give a kick start your career as a nutritionist.


M.Sc - Nursing

After this course completion, one can be Nursing In-charge, supervisor, Executive, clinical instructor, Medical adviser, ward nurse and paramedic nurse. Once can also become a teacher in various medical institutes


B. Sc - Nursing

B.Sc in nursing graduates can seek employment in Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Educational Institutes, Private Clinics, and related Health Departments. They can work as Staff Nurse, Community Health Nurse, Nursing Advisor, Trainer, and Nursing Supervisor


GNM - General Nursing and Midwifery

GNM - General Nursing and Midwifery aspirants can work at Hospitals, Private clinics, Schools, Private offices, Training institutes, and Rehabilitation centres.


ANM - Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery

ANM (Nursing) aspirants can work at Hospitals, Educational Institutes, and Medical Care Units as Home Care Nurse, Nursing tutor, ICU Nurse, Health Care Nurse, and Infection Control Nurse. Military nursing is also an option after this course...


Courses for Nursing

Nursing is a very noble profession and the demand for nurses is growing day by day as the health sector is growing. So if you are thinking to make a career as a nurse then here we are providing a list of nursing courses at different level of educatio


Radiology Technician (RT)

Radiology Technicians are trained to use advanced radio-graphic equipment such as CT Scan (Computed Tomography), MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) along with basic X-ray equipment.


X-Ray Technician

X-Ray Technicians are trained to use X-ray equipment for creating images of a patient's internal anatomy. These images are used by doctors and specialists to aid in diagnosis of illness and injuries.


Dialysis Technician (DT)

Kidney dialysis makes the difference between life and death for those who suffer from renal failure. These technicians maintain and operate the equipment used for dialysis, a process that cleanses the blood of metabolic waste products.


Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)

The EMT is trained to provide Basic Emergency Medical Care to critical and emergency patients. They are skilled in all levels of Basic Life Support procedures


General Duty Assistant (GDA)

The General Duty Assistant program is designed to provide quality care to patients in nursing homes & hospitals. Upon successful completion of the course, students would be qualified to take the Healthcare Sector Skills Council (HSSC) competency exam