नास्ति विद्यासमो बन्धुर्नास्ति विद्यासमः सुहृत् ।
नास्ति विद्यासमं वित्तं नास्ति विद्यासमं सुखम् ॥
Maharashtra Technical Education Society (MTES), a name well reckoned in the education sector is the name behind multiple success stories. Established in the year 1945 by Late Shri. Dhondumama Sathe along with Hon’ble Shri. Datto Waman Potdar, Shri. Pudmjee, Shri. C.G. Agashe, Shri. M. V. Bhide, Shri. M. V. Shah, Shri. R. G. Sule and others, at Pune, Maharashtra, MTES has been committed to give the best and quality education to its students. MTES has a plethora of offerings for the students, one such being the Institute of Hospital Management.
Being a part of the prestigious MTES the Institute of Hospital Management carries the legacy of dedication, commitment and continuous growth.
We at Institute of Hospital Management have conceptualized & implemented a group of professional up-gradation programmes which are meant to equip the healthcare professional with the appropriate tools in order to survive this age of fierce competition and specialization. The institute encourages the symbiosis of thought, word & action of all such professionals who would address all the important issues of health in its totality. Through its unique, innovative, career oriented programmes, the institute plans to raise a cadre of professionals who would ensure delivery of optimum health care services.
In 2004 the institute introduced the Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital Management and trained hundreds of students since then who today are working in the hospital administration field in many hospitals across the country. In 2008 the institute introduced a MBA programme in Hospital and Healthcare Administration which covers the overall aspects related to hospital administration and planning and helps in complete grooming of an individual.
With a dedicated team and experienced faculty the institute strives hard to give its students an overall development and growth. Understanding the need of the today’s competitive world the institute gives equal importance to both theory as well as the practical exposure.