Diploma in Anaesthesia Technology in CMC Vellore’s Chittoor campus
Recent advances in critical care medicine have enabled major surgeries to be performed on very sick patients. These surgeries require skilled anaesthesia and postoperative care. It has now been recognized that anaesthesiologists require trained help to handle these procedures. In recognition of this, the Indian Society of Anaesthetists plan to implement "minimum standards for patient care," which makes it mandatory for an anaesthetist to have a skilled assistant for at least the start and end of every anaesthetic procedure. These skilled assistants need to be trained.
The course will cover basic Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology especially with respect to air way management and relevant medication. An introduction to sterile techniques, management of emergency situations including cardiopulmonary resuscitation and understanding of equipment used in the operation room will be an essential part of the course. The Chittoor campus has state of the art operation theatres and senior consultants in charge.
All students will undergo one year compulsory internship.
Eligibility for diploma courses (CMC Vellore’s Chittoor campus)
Pass in 10 +2 examinations or its equivalent in Science Stream (PCB).
Minimum marks obtained should have been at least 40% aggregate (35% for SC/ST).
A good knowledge of English is essential.
Duration / No of seats per year
The courses are of two years duration plus six months compulsory internship. The Diploma Certificates (for Medical Laboratory Technology/ Anaesthesia technology) will only be issued after the completion of the internship.
Most of the training will be held in Chittoor, with a few in the Vellore campus.
Only limited accommodation is available, exclusively for outstation students. Institutional transport is available between the Vellore hospital campus and Chittoor campus.
CMC Vellore-Chittoor Campus Courses
|Name of the course||open category||Minority Network category||Total||Course||Internship|
|Diploma iin Anaesthesia Technology (Affiliated to CMAI)||2||2||4||2 Years||1 Years|
Entrance Test - Science based paper
Eligibility - Diploma in MLT *Eligibility-Diploma in Engineering; Entrance Test - Speciality paper
These courses are affiliated with the appropriate national and regulatory bodies specifically mentioned under each course. All admissions are provisional pending approval by the regulatory bodies. Approximate fee structures are given in the Annexure.
Diploma Courses - Chittoor Campus
|1st Yr||2nd Yr||1st Yr||2nd Yr||1st Yr||2nd Yr|
|Diploma iin Anaesthesia Technology||200.00||200.00||3,576||3,104||3,776||3,304|
Hostel Fee: One time Deposit Rs.7500/-, Yearly Payment Rs. 10,500/-, Monthly Bill Rs.3800/-
Most of the training will be held in Chittoor, with a few in the Vellore campus. Only limited accommodation is available, exclusively for outstation students. Institutional transport is available between the Vellore hospital campus and Chittoor campus.
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