The two-year diploma course of private health institutions in Prayagraj is invalid – the two-year diploma course of private health institutions in Prayagraj is invalid

Diploma courses conducted in various courses, including physical therapy, opticians in various state and non-state institutions in the district, are now invalid. New problems have arisen in front of the admitted students following the central government’s implementation of the new law for allied health professionals in the health sector. Private institutions have run all types of two-year diploma courses with recognition from state governments. The central government implemented Law 2021 of the National Commission on Allied Professions and Health Professions on March 28. It will oversee 10 courses run in the health sector and recognize those running the courses.

This law has been implemented across the country. Because of this, thousands of students have been admitted to physical therapy, optometry, and other courses in more than a dozen private institutions in the district. Each institute has 30 to 40 places in each course. According to experts, NGOs charge a large amount of fees instead of two-year diploma courses. However, after the implementation of the new law, diploma courses held exclusively by private institutions have become illegal.
Now any degrees, diplomas, graduates, postgraduate or research-related courses in the health sector that require approval from the National Commission are being conducted. Dr. Ashutosh Tripathi, director of the RK Institute, said that with the implementation of the National Commission on Allied and Health Professions Act 2021, two-year diploma courses had become illegal. Approval must be obtained under law from the National Commission on Allied Professions and Health Professions such as the Nursing and Pharmacy Council to conduct the courses. According to Dr. Rakesh Chandra, Physiotherapist at the Children’s Hospital, all courses that are now being held are recognized. This will improve the quality of the courses run in the health sector. Implementation of the law of the National Commission on Allied Professions and Health Professions will not only result in academic improvements in the medical field, but also allow patients in hospitals to receive adequate treatment. The benefits will become apparent over the next five to six years. Prof. VK Pandey, Executive Director, Motilal Nehru Medical College

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Diploma courses conducted in various courses, including physical therapy, opticians in various state and non-state institutions in the district, are now invalid. New problems have arisen for the admitted students following the central government’s implementation of the new Allied Health Professionals Act. Private institutions have run all types of two-year diploma courses with recognition from state governments. The central government implemented Law 2021 of the National Commission on Allied Professions and Health Professions on March 28th. It will oversee 10 courses run in the health sector and recognize those running the courses.

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