School: School of Health Systems Studies
1. Educational Qualifications: The minimum academic qualification for admission to the Ph.D programmes is a Second Class Master’s or equivalent degree in the relevant subject awarded by a recognised university in India or abroad, with at least an average of 55 per cent of aggregate marks, or a grade point average of 3.5 under the seven-point scale of the University Grants Commission (UGC). In the case of SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer)/differently-abled candidates, the minimum eligibility is an average of 45 per cent of aggregate marks, or a grade point average of 2.5 under the seven-point scale of the University Grants Commission (UGC).
2. Candidates who have an M.Phil or equivalent degree awarded by a recognized university in India or abroad are also eligible to apply for the Ph.D Programme.
3. Submission of a research proposal is a compulsory requirement for admission for the Ph.D. Programme. A research proposal consisting of approximately 1,000 words should accompany the proposal and indicate the Specification of the broad field of study, Statement of the research problem and scope and objectives of the study, rationale for and the significance of the study, methodology to be followed, references, and the candidate’s research/work experience in that area, if any
School of Health Systems Studies
The School of Health Systems Studies prepares students for a leadership role in public health and managerial roles in the fields of health and hospital administration. The School’s active social research programmes and national and international research collaborations in areas of health policy, health systems strengthening and public health contributes to the generation of new knowledge in this area and ensures that its educational programmes are updated to respond to current challenges and emergent trends. An important dimension of the Schools’ educational and research activity is the contribution it makes to developing the understanding of health and health care as a social science. The School is quite often called upon to respond to capacity building and knowledge management needs of the government health sector and this allows it to contribute to developing newer and innovative health care strategies, provide advocacy support for public health and build equity concerns into health policy and planning. The School has four Centres:
Centre for Health and Social Sciences
Centre for Health Policy, Planning & Management
Centre for Hospital Management
Centre for Public Health
Ph.D. Programme in Health Services Management
Nutritional epidemiology, Health and welling of tribal and other marginalised communities
Hospital and health services administration with a focus on quality management, Patient safety and supply chain management
Global Public Health Emergencies (GPHE); Climate Change Effect on Human Health (CCEHH)
Migration, urbanisation and health; Child and adolescent health; Aging and health; Adult health
Digital health; Urban health
Role of gender and sexuality in understanding health inequities across life course
WILL BE SHARED IN DUE COURSE.
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