Paramedtronics is newly developed branch of Para medical science innovated and designed by Dr.Sreedhar Saraswathy, Neuroscientist based in Bangalore. Dr.Sreedhar Saraswathy is the chairman of Arcyon International Institute of Medical Science &Technology Council @AIIMS Technology Council abbreviated as IIMSTC.

Paramedtronics is a professional course which is the combination of Medical Science &Medical Electronics having 60% hands on Experience with world class Hospital Partners and Industry Partners. Paramedtronics is a professional course with employment opportunities.


The following are the programs offered by IIMSTC in accordance with the National Education Policies (NEP).Degree/Diploma will be awarded by an UGC approved Indian University.
1. Certificate program in Paramedtronics,
2. Diploma in Paramedtronics,
3. BSc (Paramedtronics),
4. Post Graduate Diploma in Paramedtronics,
5. MSc (Paramedtronics)
Minimum qualification required for the candidate is Senior Secondary or 10+2 with Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

The candidate is required to learn on-campus course for one year in India. After successful competition of one year, a certificate will be awarded. The selected candidates will be employed in reputed medical colleges/hospitals in Netherland with pay scale and other perks prescribed by its Government and facilities of accommodation &food as well.

If the candidate wish to continue studies along with their employment, she/he can continue for further assessment every year and successful candidates will be awarded Diploma to Post Graduate level of studies. They have multiple entry and exit options in accordance with the NEP in every year and can pursue their studies in India whenever they wish to do so. The up-gradation of qualification and on-Job experience will be made eligible for the candidates for their salary increments and facilities. The employees will be issued work visa and subsequently citizenship who can bring their family during their 1st year of employment in Netherlands.

Nominal fee structure and scholarship available for the deserved candidates.
The Premium Training Partner of IIMSTC (East West Group of Institutions) is offering sprawling lush green 25 acres of beautiful WiFi enabled campus with world class hostel amenities for the candidates seeking admission for the Paramedtronics Course. 20% seats are reserved for the candidates from South Africa. The heterogeneous learning experience and work culture, and wide scope of practice make the candidates an expert in their respective specialization of Paramedtronics and their employability would be doubled globally at par with Global standards.

There will be an entrance test for the purpose of selecting eligible candidates to get admission in Paramedtronics in accordance with their qualification. Subsequently a back ground check will be conducted for the successful candidates before their admission process.

The classes will conducted by well experienced Professors, Medical Practitioners, Scientists and educationalists. The India’s first Virtual Innovative Lab will enable the students to learn from experts from various part of the world and the same is accessible even from their work place. The experiential learning provided by these innovative Lab would make the students perfect in conceptualization.

It is no secret that there is a global shortage of skilled nurses. According to the ICN (International Council of Nurses), filling the global shortfall of these professionals will require up to 13 million nurses in the future.

The Netherlands is a fantastic area to work as a nurse, and it is in desperate need of more nurses right now. This isn’t solely due to the coronavirus; the Netherlands had a nursing shortage long before that.

Learn how to live and work as a nurse in a lovely nation like the Netherlands.
The Netherlands is a great place to work as a nurse, Municipalities are responsible for ensuring that people are able to live independently and participate in society for as long as possible. If required, the municipality can offer assistance at home under the 2015 Social Support Act (Wet maatchappelijke ondersteuning 2015), like a program of daily activities, home help or support for informal care Givers. Living at home for as long as possible with help from district nurses. Under the Healthcare Insurance Act (Zorgverzekeringswet), healthcare insurers are responsible for home care right up to and immediately after hospital admission. This gives care providers and insurers greater scope for setting up integrated care, for example when discharging or admitting a patient. Under the Healthcare Insurance Act, people can receive medical care (and nursing) at home. Personal care, such as help with washing, is also covered under the Act. District nurses are responsible for arranging such care. They assess the care needed and draw up a care plan together with the client. Home care and personal care are covered by the standard care package. The mandatory excess does not apply to these services.
Assessment under the Chronic Care Act: residential facility or care at home. People who require 24-hour care or supervision are entitled to a place in a residential facility, which offers high-level care for the vulnerable elderly or people with disabilities. They are assessed and awarded a place on medical grounds under the Chronic Care Act (Wet langdurige zorg).

People with a care needs assessment for residential care can continue to live at home, as long as proper care can be provided and the costs for care at home do not exceed the costs of residential care.

Nursing is a vast discipline in the Netherlands. There are numerous specialties available, and the working culture is distinct from that of other countries. As a result, it allows nurses to establish a career path and advance their careers. Many healthcare businesses in the Netherlands encourage their employees to enroll in nursing courses to further their education in a certain specialty or subject. In fact, because specialized courses are seen as an investment in their health care staff, several hospitals will often provide them for free.

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