Source: Edufever


In the stressful time of lockdown due to the spread of COVID-19. The University of Delhi is in a major step to raise its research effort on public health has responded by establishing the Delhi School of Public Health (DSPH) under the Institution of Eminence scheme. Prof. R.N.K. Bamezai, former Vice-Chancellor, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University will head Delhi School of Public Health. Prof R.N.K is a famous public health expert and a Padma Shri awardee.

The Delhi School of Public Health hires an Advisory Council. The advisory council consist of eminent professionals working in the field of public health has been constituted for planning, designing, and managing the academic activities and program of the DSPH. Prof. K. Srinath Reddy is a well known public health professional, President, Public Health Foundation of India and former Head, Department of Cardiology, AIIMs, New Delhi. Prof. Reddy will chair the advisory council of DSPH.

The Minister of Human resource has accorded the specific status of the Institution of Eminence to the University of Delhi. The government of India support research with additional generous funding in cutting-edge areas with the main goal of contributing to the national development as well as accomplishing a better global ranking.

The Delhi School of Public Health tries to become a premier organisation in the country and globally to provoke research/ teaching/ outreach programs in the field of Public Health. They will do this by involving the searches from various backgrounds such as medicine biomedical sciences and social sciences. The proverb of the school will be the development of better strategies and technologies and social effect to achieve health for all.

The overarching objective of the Delhi School of Public Health is to facilitate students and researches to experience an abundance of programmes of interdisciplinary richer and relevance which are not accessible at present in this or any other Institution. This novel institutions propose new avenues of pooling of academic and infrastructure sources which look at the public health theme in addition to fashion and contribute to the national development.

The responsibility to train and utilise human knowledge and infrastructure resources for understanding and innovative novel paths of diagnosis, prevention and cure of various communicable and no communicable diseases is understood by the University of Delhi. This great initiative by Indian Institutes is needed in line with the government of India’s vision to enhance and improve the supply side of scientific, technological and social community by attracting a large number of young Indians living here or abroad to public health cares.




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