"To be a centre of excellence, dedicated to quality education in healthcare and research, by integrating values, commitment, social consciousness, professionalism and services to the community by creating skilled global health professionals ".
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, has recommended the following definition: “Allied and
health care professionals (AHPs) includes individuals involved with the delivery of health or
healthcare related services, with qualifications and competence in therapeutic, diagnostic, curative,
preventive and/or rehabilitative interventions. They work in multidisciplinary health teams in varied
health care settings including doctors, nurses and public health officials to promote, protect, treat
and/or manage a person(‘s) physical, mental, social, emotional, environmental health and holistic
The government and the healthcare sector have recognized the need and importance of the allied health professions. The Midnapore City College has coordinated the setting up different health professional courses as Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Technology, Masters in Medical Laboratory Technology, Bachelor of Hospital Management and Masters in Hospital Administration. The primary focus is to prepare Allied Health Sciences department of Midnapore City College to perform for the wellbeing of the mankind with commitment and dedication. The department aims to become a leader in Allied Health Sciences Education and the department continues to grow and expand its activities to research in biomedical areas. Opportunities abound for students and faculty at all levels to participate in basic, translational, interdisciplinary and community oriented research.
Considering these objectives, the Academy established smart classrooms, Pathology lab, serology lab, parasitology lab with an additional Central Research Laboratory focusing more on advanced techniques using advanced instruments apart from a well-equipped “General Laboratory”. Allied health workers are an untapped treasure, critical to fixing the gaping holes in India’s health workforce, particularly the severe shortage of physicians and specialists.