Japanese Delegate organize placement drive in DPMI: The Hitachi life limited executive managing Director Yuaaz Nassu and Financial Director of DLA Park Premiere’s Yasua Suzuki have made a campus placement of dozens of DPMI students. During the survey, they selected the paramedical students from DPMI for the placement in Old Age Homes located in Japan. During the survey, they also selected students of Medical Lab Technician, Radiology, Multipurpose Health Worker and General Duty Assistants.
Hitachi Life Limited’s Executive Managing Director, Yuaaz Nassu said- there is a high demand for paramedical staff, not only in Japan but all over the world, But the proportion of the demand is not met Under this, we are searching for the capable Paramedic students in India, which has been completed in the DPMI.
On this occasion principle of DPMI Aruna Singh said- that it is a matter of great pleasure for us that the selection of our students is being conducted in abroad. She explained that paramedics can diagnose patients and can do the therapy much better. According to the report of Planning Commission of India, more than 1 million nurses are needed and apart from this, more than 90 million paramedics will be required by 2020. However, at the moment only one nurse is available for 10 patients.