This course, Diploma in Health inspector, trainings students about methods and practices involved in maintaining top notch hygiene conditions. The students are given the knowledge about developing competence in health and family welfare, fulfilling the need for health care professionals with regards to government policies and developing expertise in public health. This is made possible by including subjects like community health, role of environment in health, nutrition and health care. The curriculum of this course is designed in such a way that it lays emphasis on both theoretical and practical aspects of health care and sanitation.
eligibility for admission is as per paramedical board(GOK) norms as amended from time to time
Class 10th or 12th :- The candidate who have completed 10th with 50% marks from a recognised board of education in India.
a) PUC qualified candidates-02 years.
b) SSLC qualified candidates -03 years.
Minimum age of 15 years as on 31st December prior to the year of admission.
Opportunities are in municipal corporation, hotel chains, private medical bodies, diagnostic centers and laboratories.