Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Hospital and Healthcare Management

The two-year full time Masters in Business Administration - Hospital & Healthcare Management, MBA (HHM) is a residential programme with electives in Pharmaceutical management, Healthcare IT and Healthcare Insurance focuses on equipping students with the knowledge and skills required for the management of healthcare organizations. Be it Hospitals, Pharmaceuticals, IT, Insurance, Clinical research, Equipment manufacturing, Public healthcare establishment, Consultancies, NGOs, Wellness industry and others as may evolve. The programme aims at adopting a synergistic blend of academic knowledge and practical intricacies of the field to create professionals adept at identifying practical problems and using time tested and emerging managerial techniques to arrive at the most appropriate solutions.

OBJECTIVE

To develop and groom top class healthcare management professionals with in-depth knowledge and expertise suited to the various organizations in the field of healthcare globally.

"A break through event in the history of Symbiosis International University where MBA (Hospital & Healthcare Management) achieved international placement in the very first year of its inception"

SIHS adopts a blend of traditional as well as contemporary methods of teaching. In addition to the regular classroom didactic lectures students are given exposure to the industry through summer internship projects, Public health sector training and industry interactions. Students plan and organize various healthcare events and focus is given on experiential learnings.

Teaching Methodology in Academics:

Synchronous and asynchronous mode of learning, Didactic Lectures, Summer Internships, Self-Study, Guest Lectures from Academia and Industry, Workshops, Seminars, Case studies, Projects, Dissertations, Assignments, Training Need Analysis, Presentations, Role Plays, Demonstrations & Simulations etc., On- field visits.

Candidate should be Graduate from any recognized University/ Institution of National Importance with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade (45% or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes.

Note: Candidates appearing for Final year bachelor's degree examinations may apply but their admission will be subject to obtaining a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST).

IMPORTANT DATES FOR ADMISSION(MBA-HHM) 2021-2023 BATCH

Details

Date

SNAP Registration Commences

24th September 2020 (Thursday)

SNAP Registration Closes

28th November 2020 (Saturday)

SNAP Payment Closes

28th November 2020 (Saturday)

SIHS Registration Closes

28th November 2020 (Saturday)

SIHS Payment Closes

28th November 2020 (Saturday)

SNAP Admit Card Live

5th December 2020 (Saturday)

SNAP Online Test

20th December 2020 (Sunday),

6th January 2021 (Wednesday) &

9th January 2021 (Saturday)

SNAP Result

 22nd January 2021 (Friday)

Announcement of Shortlist for Group Exercise and Personal Interaction

 29th January 2021 (Friday)

Group Exercise, Personal Interaction & WAT

 25th, 26th & 27th February 2021 (Thursday, Friday & Saturday)

Announcement of First Merit list

 9th March 2021 (Tuesday)

Last date for payment of fees for candidates in the first merit list

 29th March 2021 (Monday)

Induction and Programme Commencement

 8th June 2021 (Tuesday)

* Subject to change

FEE STRUCTURE

FEE STRUCTURE - BATCH 2020-22

1st Year (Amount in ₹)

2nd Year (Amount in ₹)

1st Instalment

2nd Instalment

3rd Instalment

4th Instalment

Academic Fees (Per Annum)

2,35,000

2,35,000

2,35,000

2,35,000

Institute Deposit (Refundable)

 20,000

 -

 -

 -

Hostel Deposit (Refundable)

15,000

 -

 -

 -

Hostel Fee (Per Annum)

49,750

49,750

**

**

Mess Fee (Per Annum)

32,250

32,250

**

**

Total

3,52,000

317,000

-

-

Installments pay by Date

At the time of admission

25-Nov-2020

25-Jul-2021

25-Nov-2021

*Tentative – Subject to change

** Hostel and Mess Fees for the subsequent year would be communicated before commencement of the next academic year.

Register online at www.snaptest.org

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Internationalization@SIHS

In alignment with Symbiosis International University’s motto of “Vasudaiv Kutumb”- World is a family, SIHS is driven by the spirit of providing global exposure to the Students.

The objectives of Internationalization are-

  1. To enable the students and the faculty members gain global exposure though various exchange programs.
  2. To develop research-based collaborations across various institutes in the World.
  3. To develop academic collaborations through partnerships and scholar-in-residence program.

The initiatives include students exchange programme, faculty exchange programme, Academic collaborations with various global bodies, Research partnerships, Conducting & attending international conferences and admitting international students

International admission

Symbiosis Centre for International Education (SCIE) handles all subject matters relating to admissions of International Students to the constituent institutes of Symbiosis International (Deemed University).

Kindly visit the link provided below for further assistance: http://scie.ac.in/

Workshops / Seminars

Sr No

Year

Workshop Name

From Date

Document

Web link

1

2019-2020

Scope of Public Health and its Career Opportunities

13/01/2020 -- 13/01/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_1(19-20).pdf

 

2

2018-2019

SYMHEALTH-2019

19/04/2019 -- 20/04/2019

SIHS_3.3.2_1.pdf

 

3

2019-2020

ACG-Integrated Pharma Solution for Solid orals and career in pharma allied industry.

5/4/2020 -- 5/4/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_10(19-20).pdf

 

4

2017-2018

SYMHEALTH-2018

04/05/2018 -- 05/05/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_10.pdf

 

5

2019-2020

Quality Management System in Healthcare

5/7/2020 -- 5/7/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_11(19-20).pdf

 

6

2017-2018

National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare (NABH)

08/01/2018 -- 10/01/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_11.pdf

 

7

2019-2020

Marketing Strategies adopted by the Product Management Team in the Pharmaceutical Sector

5/10/2020 -- 5/10/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_12(19-20).pdf

 

8

2017-2018

AHPI workshop

07/12/2017 -- 09/12/2017

SIHS_3.3.2_12.pdf

 

9

2019-2020

Six Sutras to Become a Pharma Marketing Superhero

5/10/2020 -- 5/10/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_13(19-20).pdf

 

10

2017-2018

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

29/08/2017 -- 31/08/2017

SIHS_3.3.2_13.pdf

 

11

2019-2020

Benchmarking and standardization in healthcare

17/05/2020 -- 17/05/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_14(19-20).pdf

 

12

2017-2018

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

15/01/2018 -- 17/01/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_14.pdf

 

13

2019-2020

Function of health insurance desk in hospital

23/5/2020 -- 23/5/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_15(19-20).pdf

 

14

2017-2018

Quality Management in Hospitals (Practical Aspects)

16/03/2018 -- 16/03/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_15.pdf

 

15

2019-2020

Data security and Ethical issues

25/5/2020 -- 25/5/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_16(19-20).pdf

 

16

2019-2020

Protocol designing & Proposal writing.

30/04/2020 -- 30/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_17(19-20).pdf

 

17

2017-2018

Supply Chain Management in Healthcare Workshop

26/02/2018 -- 26/02/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_17.pdf

 

18

2019-2020

Clinical Research Ethics

29/04/2020 -- 29/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_18(19-20).pdf

 

19

2017-2018

Digital marketing in Heathcare

24/02/2018 -- 24/02/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_18.pdf

 

20

2019-2020

COVID 19 situation provides us all a unique opportunity to undertake research.

21/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_19(19-20).pdf

 

21

2017-2018

Internet of Things

25/01/2018 -- 25/01/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_19.pdf

 

22

2019-2020

Medical Laboratory requirement for Quality / NABL

11/11/2019 -- 11/11/2019

SIHS_3.3.2_2(19-20).pdf

 

23

2018-2019

National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare (NABH) Batch 1

08/01/2018 -- 10/01/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_2.pdf

 

24

2019-2020

Vulnerability and Research Ethics

18/05/2020 -- 21/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_20(19-20).pdf

 

25

2017-2018

Healthcare Communication

23/01/2018 -- 23/01/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_20.pdf

 

26

2019-2020

Interaction and discussion on publications by PG students under faculty of Healthy Sciences

11/5/2020 -- 18/05/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_21(19-20).pdf

 

27

2017-2018

Hospital Project planning and Management

29/09/2017 -- 29/09/2017

SIHS_3.3.2_22.pdf

 

28

2017-2018

Investment Risk Analysis

08/09/2017 -- 09/09/2017

SIHS_3.3.2_23.pdf

 

29

2017-2018

MS-Excel Workshop for Bussiness Management

18/08/2017 -- 18/08/2017

SIHS_3.3.2_24.pdf

 

30

2016-2017

SYMHEALTH-2017

04/05/2017 -- 06/05/2017

SIHS_3.3.2_25.pdf

 

31

2016-2017

National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare (NABH)

05/12/2016 -- 07/12/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_26.pdf

 

32

2016-2017

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

12/09/2016 -- 14/09/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_27.pdf

 

33

2016-2017

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

03/01/2017 -- 05/01/2017

SIHS_3.3.2_28.pdf

 

34

2016-2017

AHPI workshop

08/12/2016 -- 10/12/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_29.pdf

 

35

2019-2020

Health Insurance

25/02/2020 -- 25/02/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_3(19-20).pdf

 

36

2018-2019

AHPI workshop

10/12/2018 -- 12/12/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_3.pdf

 

37

2016-2017

Healing effects of Music

25/11/2016 -- 25/11/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_31.pdf

 

38

2016-2017

Gender sensitization

19/08/2016 -- 19/08/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_32.pdf

 

39

2016-2017

Indias brisk growth challenges and opportunities for healthcare

19/09/2016 -- 19/09/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_33.pdf

 

40

2016-2017

National Health Policies

17/11/2016 -- 17/11/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_34.pdf

 

41

2015-2016

Gender sensitization

28/08/2015 -- 28/08/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_35.pdf

 

42

2015-2016

health care and law

20/04/2015 -- 20/04/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_36.pdf

 

43

2015-2016

INTERDISCIPILINARY SEMINAR HEALTHCARE ECONOMICS

28/01/2016 -- 28/01/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_37.pdf

 

44

2015-2016

INTERDISCIPLINARY SEMINAR HOSPITAL ENGINEERING SERVICES

17/12/2015 -- 17/12/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_38.pdf

 

45

2015-2016

Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time

05/01/2016 -- 05/01/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_39.pdf

 

46

2019-2020

Art and science of Pharmaceutical Management

17/12/2019 -- 17/12/2019

SIHS_3.3.2_4(19-20).pdf

 

47

2018-2019

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

09/01/2019 -- 11/01/2019

SIHS_3.3.2_4.pdf

 

48

2015-2016

value of vaccines and child health

23/06/2015 -- 23/06/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_40.pdf

 

49

2015-2016

XVIII National seminar on HHM, medico legal systems and clinical research

06/05/2016 -- 07/05/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_41.pdf

 

50

2015-2016

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

25/06/2015 -- 27/06/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_42.pdf

 

51

2015-2016

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

14/12/2015 -- 16/12/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_43.pdf

 

52

2015-2016

National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare (NABH)

30/11/2015 -- 04/12/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_44.pdf

 

53

2015-2016

HEALTHCARE COMMUNICATION

13/01/2016 -- 13/01/2016

SIHS_3.3.2_45.pdf

 

54

2015-2016

business analytics course

20/09/2015 -- 27/09/2015

SIHS_3.3.2_46.pdf

 

55

2019-2020

Are skills enough to help you succeed?

27/04/2020 -- 27/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_5(19-20).pdf

 

56

2018-2019

Integrated Disaster Management Programme (IDMP)

27/09/2018 -- 29/09/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_5.pdf

 

57

2019-2020

Post Lockdown - Marketing strategies and opportunities in Pharma Digital Marketing and Sales

28/04/2020 -- 28/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_6(19-20).pdf

 

58

2019-2020

Opportunities for MBA freshers in Clinical Research Organization

28/04/2020 -- 28/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_7(19-20).pdf

 

59

2018-2019

Improving health care access in India

31/01/2019 -- 31/01/2019

SIHS_3.3.2_7.pdf

 

60

2019-2020

Exploring opportunities in services supporting commercial pharma divisions

30/04/2020 -- 30/04/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_8(19-20).pdf

 

61

2018-2019

HR Analytics Workshop/Biggest B plan competition

24/09/2018 -- 25/09/2018

SIHS_3.3.2_8.pdf

 

62

2019-2020

Opportunities in Pharmaceutical Business, Consulting and Analytics

5/2/2020 -- 5/2/2020

SIHS_3.3.2_9(19-20).pdf

 

63

2018-2019

SYMTECH

04/01/2019 -- 05/01/2019

SIHS_3.3.2_9.pdf

 

Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS)
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Email: admission_hhm@sihspune.org
Website: www.sihspune.org


SELECTION PROCEDURE

Symbiosis International University has from this year brought the complete admission process under one umbrella. The process has been completely revamped. A simplified streamlined process which is candidate friendly, convenient, advantageous and economical to a candidate has been brought in for the Academic Year 2019-21. Symbiosis International University will conduct the complete process centrally under its aegis.

SALIENT FEATURES OF THE ADMISSION PROCESS


ATTRIBUTES (AS PART OF PARAMETERS FOR SELECTION OF 19-21 BATCH)

Graduation +Work Experience +Extra-Curricular


MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION

English


PROGRAMME & SPECIALIZATION

"Take Ownership of Your Learning..."
The program is formatted such that apart from the classroom didactic lectures, students spend a substantial amount of their learning time in various healthcare delivery related set ups where they get experience of actual hands on practical training.
During the period of study, students will be required to complete a number of case studies as also complete a project pertaining to Hospital/Healthcare management under the supervision of guide.
Eminent guest faculty further enriches the course content.
Innovative teaching methods and sessions which contribute to all round personality development in addition to academic excellence and practical competences.

MBA - Hospital & Healthcare Management is two year full time residential programme from academic year 2020 . For MBA (HHM) Batch 2020-2022 the classes will be conducted at Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences(SIHS), Symbiosis International (Deemed University) Campus, Hill Base Lavale, Pune 412115

EXAMINATION PATTERN

Students will be evaluated throughout the two years of the programme by periodic tests as well as assignments. Consideration will be given for the student's contribution to classroom discussions, written reports, reading and other assignments. The evaluation of the student's performance is done by means of continuous on-going internal evaluations as well as at the end of each semester external examination will be conducted by SIU.


STANDARD OF PASSING

The performance of students of the MBA (HHM) programme is evaluated on the Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) system. A minimum Grade Point (GP) of 1.6 in every course and a minimum CGPA of 2.00 at the end of the programme are mandatory for the student to be eligible for the award of the degree by SIU as a successful candidate. Theory & Practicals will be separate heads of passing. Internal and External Examinations are also separate heads of passing.

AWARD OF DEGREE

The SIU will award the Master of Business Administration in Hospital & Healthcare Management, MBA (HHM) at the end of the two year programme to all successful candidates. A detailed grade sheet and transcript will also be issued to each successful student.