Diploma in Child Health -admission 2017-18

Diploma in Child Health admission

Diploma in Child Health (DCH) is a post graduate diploma course of 2 years duration which deals with the nursing care of infants, children and also adolescents at the community level as well as at primary and secondary levels of health care. A person with an MBBS degree can get admission into this course.

The program intends to facilitate affordable access to an international standard of practice for doctors, nurses and allied health professionals in pediatrics and all its sub-specialty areas for a range of patients spanning from neonates to adolescents. The program is devised to educate doctors and nurses who have studied the latest evidence based recommendations for prevention, management and treatment.Paediatric Certificate Providing doctors, nurses and allied health professionals treating
children and young people with affordable access to education of an
international standard of best practice.

DCH and Opportunities

A DCH graduate has a remarkable career ahead. He can go for various higher studies in various specializations and he can also get placed in a public sector or a private sector undertaking. They can also engage in self practice. They are well paid at reputed organizations. They can also enter into the teaching field or else they can go for various research programs.

Some of the job profiles of a DCH graduate include the following:-

Home nursing jobs
Nutritional Specialist
Nutritional Coordinator
Personal Physician
Sports Nutritionist

Other diploma courses:-

Diploma in radiology,
Diploma in Gynecology and obstetrics,
Diploma in Child Health‎,
Diploma in Anaesthetics,
Diploma in Orthopaedics,


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