Healthcare sector currently employs around 36 lakhs employees and is slated to employ more than 74 lakh by 2022.

Paramedical Institute for Education & Research (PIER)


PIER group of Institute is an advanced Healthcare skilling institute,Which strives to elevate the quality of skilled resources into the healthcare industry by providing requisite skills to Allied Health professionals and making them employable and ready for the work.

PIER  with the help of leading Hospitals , Pathology and Diagnostic centres  across India (Industry partner known as Skill Knowledge Partner) together working  into Healthcare education domain and  imparting  vocational education for skills required for the healthcare industry and enable it to reach out to the youth across India, who need and deserve a good education and employment.


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The Indian healthcare industry is seen to be growing rapidly and is expected to be at Rs.12,60,000 Cr. by 2020. As per FICCI “In the next two decades developed countries will face a shortfall of fuel (skilled professionals) and once again will have to look towards developing to make up the shortfall. India has the upper edge of larger pool of professionals with English proficiency and education to benefit more than other counties.

The allied healthcare profession needs to be made attractive for youngsters. Although the recent trends like rapid technological advancement in the medical, diagnostic and management systems; and non- standardized training programs; make it crucial to anchor formal training or education programs in the country.

With a diverse range of medical services, there are over 11 lakh allied health professionals in the country which is still short of the current demand.

Healthcare sector currently employs around 36 lakhs employees and is slated to employ more than 74 lakh by 2022.


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