April 16th, 2013

IndiaCan offers Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition

JAMMU: Leading Indian Skill Training Company, IndiaCan, offers a Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition (PGDDCN) in alliance with Medvarsity Online and Apollo Hospitals Group.
Recent advances in the science of nutrition have helped in understanding the role of nutrition in health and disease. There is an urgent need to inject a clinical nutrition bias in the curriculum of medical teaching. There has also been a lot of awakening among the governmental and non-governmental agencies regarding rightful place of nutrition in the community health programmes. The planning of such programmes, implementing them properly and carrying out objective evaluation of their impact calls for medical and public health personnel adequately trained in nutrition. Keeping the needs of the above groups in view, Medvarsity in collaboration with Apollo Hospitals and IndiaCan, offers Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics.
The Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics Course is an intensive training programme, which prepares the student with critical thinking and scientific skills needed for advanced-level practice, management, research in the field of Clinical Nutrition. The programme also instills an appreciation for interdisciplinary collaboration and education, provides upskilling opportunities to achieve expanded roles in health promotion, disease prevention, and intervention for a multi-cultural society.
The Post Graduate Diploma in Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition has been specially designed to provide a thorough understanding of the principles of nutrition and dietetics. This programme covers the core subjects in nutrition and dietetics such as nutrition in diabetes, renal disease, gastrointestinal disorders, sports nutrition/ food microbiology/ weight management/ nutritional support/ measuring nutrition/ food poisoning/ nutrition during special situations etc. The programme has been designed, conceptualised and delivered by experienced faculty of Apollo Hospitals Group and Medvarsity Online to build and enhance skills of students to meet industry requirements and succeed in the professional environment.
Group Chief Dietician, Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr. Bhuvaneshwari was the Programme Director.
IndiaCan-Medvarsity Diploma in Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition offers students across India an opportunity to learn the content designed by industry experts from Apollo through the technology of IndiaCan. This is a 12 months course through VSAT, video lectures and course books. This course has been divided into four Modules and Two semesters. The course content has been designed by industry experts from Apollo and will be delivered through VSAT technology of IndiaCan by technical experts from Apollo Group of Hospitals.
IndiaCan-Medvarsity PGDDCN course offers advanced learning and skills with better job opportunities for science students in tier 2 and tier 3 cities who are looking forward to settle down in Metro cities. Also, for students who have just completed their graduation / post graduation in science in tier 1 or Metro cities, this programme will be an opportunity for skill enhancement to get a better salary job and higher social status.
The highlight of the programme is intensive 15 days hands-on internship in one of the Apollo Hospitals across India under guidance of dietician /nutritionist from Apollo Hospital. And the students will receive a joint certification both by Medvarsity (Apollo) and IndiaCan.
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You can Reach Jammu Centre at A.K Study Centre 461/7, Channi Himmat, Contact No. 9419191263 9018872076, 0191-2463352 for more details.

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