Bachelors in Hospital Administration

Bachelors in Hospital Administration

Bachelor in Hospital Administration (B.H.A) is an undergraduate Hospital and Health Care Management course. Hospital Administration is a field relating to leadership, management and administration of hospitals, hospital networks and healthcare systems. B.H.A is a new concept in management stream. The course provides students with sufficient knowledge and skills to carry out the administrative operations of clinical and support service departments. The Candidate of Bachelor of Hospital Administration (B.H.A) is involved in the overall coordination of activities of the hospital. The duration of the course is three years and it opens a lot of job opportunities after its completion.

Commencement of session : August

Course Duration

3 years Full Time Under-Graduation course

Eligibility

Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination with Biology as compulsory subjects along with one of the following – Mathematics / Computer Science / Physics/ Chemestry. Obtained at least 50% marks (35% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.

Age

17 years and above ( Only those whose date of birth falls on or before 31.12.2002 are eligible)

Attendance Requirement

A minimum of 80% in both theory and practical (regular) class is essential to get eligibility for sessional as well as semester exam.

Internal Assessment Marks

During each academic year three sets of exams for theory paper will be conducted and an average of best two exams will be considered. For practical papers internal assessment marks will be awarded considering the student’s regularity, manipulative skill, and viva voice during regular practical classes.

Syllabus

Semester: 1

  • Principles of management
    • Introduction to Management
    • Planning
    • Organizing
    • Nature and importance of Staffing
    • Directing
    • Control
    • Social Responsibility of Management
  • Medical terminology
    • Human Anatomy and Physiology
    • Different body systems and their functioning
    • Familiarise with the common terms used in the clinical practice
    • Understanding  illness, causes, classification and description of diseases
    • Understanding the causes, mode of spread, control and prevention of common infections in the hospitals and community.
  • Fundamentals of accounting
    • Introduction
    • Accounting systems & process
    • Subsidiary books
    • Rectification of errors and Trial balance
    • Final Accounts
    • Single Entry system of bookkeeping
  • Hospital & health system (history & evolution)
    • Definition and meaning of Health
    • Definition and meaning of hospital
    • Present State of Government Hospitals
    • Hospital viewed as a system
    • The reforms of Healthcare System
    • Health manpower planning & distribution
  • English language & communication
    • Introduction
    • Applied Grammar
    • Written Composition
    • Reading and Comprehension
    • Forms of Writing
    • Meaning of Communication

 

Semester: 2

  • Hospital operation management
    • Promoting and building a new hospital
    • The organisation of the Hospital
    • Planning & Designing Administrative Services
    • Planning & Designing  Medical & Ancillary Services
    • Planning and Designing Supportive Services
    • Planning and Designing Systems
    • Disaster and mass casualty management
  • Business statistics
    • Background and Basic Concepts
    • Diagrammatic and Graphic Representation
    • Measures of Central Tendency
    • Measures of Dispersion
    • Correlation and Regression Analysis
    • Time Series
    • Index Numbers
  • Project management
    • Introduction to Project Management
    • Project Planning
    • Feasibility of the project
    • Project Evaluation and Review techniques
    • Project Management Functions
    • Pricing Estimating & Cost Control
  • Health economics
    • Business Economics 
    • Consumer Behaviour
    • Demand and Revenue Concepts
    • Production
    • Analysis of Market situations and Pricing
    • National Income
    • Methods & Techniques of Economic Evaluation of Health Programmes
  • Constitution of India

    • Meaning of the team ‘Constitution’ 
    • The democratic institutions 
    • Fundamental Rights and Duties
    • Directive Principles of States Policies
    • Special Rights created in the Constitution
    • The doctrine of Separation of Powers
    • The Election Commission and State Public Service commissions
    • Method of amending the Constitution
    • Enforcing rights through Writs
    • Constitution and Sustainable Development in India
  • Sociology
    • Introduction
    • Social Factors in Health and Disease
    • Socialization
    • Social Groups
    • Family
    • Community
    • Culture and Health
    • Social Change
    • Social Problems of disabled
    • Social Security

 

Semester: 3

  • Hospital hazards & disaster management
    • Hospital Hazards
    • Control of Hospital Acquired infection
    • Biomedical Waste Management
    • Human Waste Disposal and Sewage Disposal
    • Medical Insurance
    • Disaster
    • Management of man-made Disaster
    • Management of disaster
  • Biostatistics (operations research & research methodology)

    • Introduction
    • Research Design
    • Sampling
    • Analysis and Interpretation of Data and Research Reporting
    • Quantitative Techniques
    • Decision Theory
  • Medical records management
    • Records Management
    • Hospital Records
    • Records organization and Management
    • Medical Registers
    • Medical forms and Reports
  • Materials planning & management
    • Materials Management
    • Purchasing
    • Stores Management
    • Inventory  Control and Purchase Management
    • Quality Control & Quality Management
    • Contract Administration
  • Computer fundamentals
    • General features of a Computer
    • Computer organization
    • Computer hardware and software
    • Word processing and electronic spread sheet
    • Network of computers
  • Healthcare

    • Introduction to Health
    • Introduction to Nursing  
    • Nursing Position
    • Bed Side Management
    • Methods Of Giving Nourishment
    • First Aid

 

Semester: 4

  • Epidemiology & public health administration
    • Demography Trends
    • Health Policy
    • Health Care
    • Organisations for Health
    • National Health Programmes related to Communicable diseases
  • Hospital core services
    • Hospital Services
    • Clinical Services
    • Non-Clinical Services
    • Support Services
    • Nursing Services
    • Administrative Services
  • Strategic management
    • Business Policy
    • Utility and application of strategic management
    • Environment appraisal
    • Strategic planning
    • Implementation of strategies
    • Strategy evaluation
    • Social responsibilities
  • Management information systems
    • Introduction to MIS
    • Information
    • Technical foundations of IS
    • System Analysis and Design Introduction
    • Information Subsystems and Organization
    • MIS in operations
  • Environment & ecology
    • General Meaning of Environment
    • Brief outline of the Environment (Protection) Act 1986
    • Ecology
    • Air Pollution and Control
    • Water Pollution and Control
    • Land Pollution
    • Noise Pollution

 

Semester: 5

  • Quality in healthcare
    • Fundamentals of Quality Management
    • System
    • Techniques of Quality Management
    • Organization wide Quality Improvement in Health Care
    • Assessing Quality Health Care
    • The implementation of Total Quality
    • Outcome Management and Total Quality
  • Human resource management
    • Human Resource Management
    • Human resource planning, Recruitment, Selection and Placement in hospitals
    • Training and Induction in hospitals
    • Performance Appraisal and compensation in hospitals
    • Principles and techniques of wage fixation
    • Work Environment
    • HRD
  • Hospital support services
    • Principles and methods of organizing
    • Nursing Care and Ward Management
    • Pharmacy
    • Laboratories for investigation
    • Emergency Services
    • Dietary services and Hospital Diets
  • Financial management
    • Financial Management
    • Financing Decision
    • Break–Even and CPV Analysis
    • Capital Structure and Leverages
    • Investment Decision
    • Management of profits
    • Management of working capital
    • Accounting for Non- Profit Seeking Concern

 

Semester: 6

  • Cost & management accounting
    • Introduction to Cost Accounting
    • Elements of Cost
    • Overheads
    • Costing methods
    • Management Accounting
    • Ratio Analysis
    • Capital budgeting Techniques
    • Index Method
  • Organisational behaviour
    • Organisational behaviour
    • Perception
    • Motivation
    • Attitudes
    • Learning and behaviour modification
    • Personality
    • Group Dynamics
    • Leadership
    • Organisational Change
  • Marketing management
    • Introduction to Marketing
    • Marketing Environment
    • Analysing consumer markets and buying behaviour
    • Product
    • Pricing
    • Channels of distribution
    • Promotion
    • Marketing Research
    • Recent Trends in marketing
  • Hospital related law
    • General Law of Contract
    • Transplantation of Human Organs Act 1994
    • Drugs and Cosmetics Act. 1948
    • Employees Provident Fund Act. 1952
    • Workmen Compensation Act, 1923
    • Consumer Protection Act, 1986

 

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