In modern world, Paramedical & Allied Health Sciences has emerged as an important
branch of medical science which has been served as a lateral aid to the medical
science, in terms of diagnosis and treatment of diseases. A paramedic is personnel
who works in a healthcare field in an auxiliary capacity to a physician. Almost all the
diagnostic procedures are carried out by the paramedical staffs and they have
emerged as vital cog in the wheel of the healthcare delivery system. So, career as a
paramedic can be incredibly rewarding and it can offer a number of benefits for
those suited to a career in the medical profession both in private and govt. sectors.
Moreover, the population explosion coupled with the mushrooming of private and
corporate hospitals have provided numerous opportunities for skilled Paramedics.
After completing the basic courses, the candidate can easily get a job in a hospital, nursing home, clinic health department, Military & Armed forces etc. According to the statistics of the health department in recent past, there are 23 thousand vacant posts for Health technician in approximately 35 thousand PHC's. Apart from this, chance of being recruited by the International Health Agencies like WHO, UNICEF Red Cross, Recruitment in Radiological and Atomic Research Centre.