Medical Record Technology

Dayananda Sagar Institutions
In Bangalore

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  • Diploma
  • Bangalore

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DAYANANDA SAGAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS Shivage Malleshwara Hills, Kumaraswamy Layout, 560078, Karnataka, India
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Course programme

Since the medical profession now comes under the Consumer Riderless Act, Specialists in all the health facilities preserve medical records of patients.

For satisfying answers on claims and counter claims through Medico legal- source, it is essential to have trained personnel in this field.

Eligibility for Admission :
A pass in PUC or equivalent examination with a minimum of 40% marks in optional subjects under Science, Arts, and Commerce faculty or in Computer Science. However, the minimum percentage of marks required can be relaxed.

Eligibility for Admission :
A Pass in PUC or equivalent examination with a minimum of 40% marks in subjects such as PCM, PCB. CBZ.

Age Limit :
The candidate should have attained a minimum age of 17 years as on 31st December of the year of admission.

Duration of the Course :
The course is of 3 academic years and 6 months internship. Each academic year is spread over a period of about 180 working days.

Final Examination :
No student will be allowed to take up the final examinations unless he completes all the first year subjects and also puts in 75% attendance both in theory and practical during the second year of the course.

Minimum marks required for a pass in the subject is 40% of the aggregate including internal assailment, with a subject minimum 35%.

A student who successfully completes all the subjects of the final year examinations will be issued a certificate by the para-medical board at the end of the course.

The syllabus and scheme of examination has been approved by the para medical board provisionally subject to corrections and modifications in due course

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