Launched in May 2016, the Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare is a state-of-the-art paramedical training institute in New Delhi, established as a CSR initiative of Tech Mahindra Foundation. It aims at creating a cadre of well qualified, trained healthcare professionals by providing high quality innovative and interactive training to young men and women. The Tech Mahindra SMART Academy for Healthcare has been set-up in collaboration with Harijan Sevak Sangh – a social development organisation, founded by Mahatma Gandhi in 1932 at Kingsway Camp, New Delhi. The Academy trains professionals through a number of paramedical diploma courses and certificate courses. Well-equipped laboratories, highly qualified healthcare professionals, on-the-job training in leading hospitals along with an array of extra-curricular activities among verdant greenery have created a world class institution. The Academy lays the foundation of life-long learning as a powerful way to tap into potential employment opportunities for youth in search of professional skilling opportunities. Continuous upgradation, self-improvement and strong processes are part of the Academy’s core philosophy.
The training courses at the TMF SMART Academy for Healthcare Delhi is a combination of theory and practice, with an emphasis on quality and detail. The theory classes are delivered by highly qualified and experienced faculty members including doctors, guest lecturers and experts. The rich diversity of our faculty’s background instills in the students, a structured understanding of issues and a desire for continuous learning through high quality staff, set up and training.
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The All India Harijan Sevak Sangh is an independent national level non-profit voluntary organisation with branches in 26 States. HSS is headquartered at Kingsway Camp in Delhi and was set up by Mahatma Gandhi in 1932 to remove untouchability in society and to provide skilling opportunities to the lesser privileged. Both Gandhiji and Kasturba Gandhi stayed at what is now affectionately called the ‘Kasturba Kutir’ situated within the campus. The Gandhi Ashram has been declared as a Gandhian Heritage site by the Government of India.