The objective of this program is to train and educate healthcare professionals in the specialized field of emergency and trauma care. The program aims to equip individuals with the knowledge, skills, and technical expertise needed to effectively respond to and manage critical medical situations, particularly those involving life-threatening injuries or sudden severe illnesses.


Program Objective:

  1. Enhancing Clinical Skills: Providing students with hands-on training and simulation exercises to enhance their clinical skills in assessing and managing emergency and trauma cases. This may involve teaching techniques for airway management, intravenous access, wound care, fracture stabilization, and other critical procedures.
  2. Improving Decision-making Abilities: Teaching students to think quickly and make sound decisions under pressure, as time is often of the essence in emergency situations.
  3. Developing Communication and Teamwork: Emphasizing the importance of clear communication and effective teamwork among healthcare providers, as emergency and trauma care often involve multidisciplinary collaboration.
  4. Promoting Efficient Triage: Instructing students in the process of triaging patients based on the severity of their injuries or illnesses, ensuring that those in the most critical condition receive immediate attention.
  5. Familiarity with Technology and Equipment: Training students in the use of advanced medical equipment and technology commonly used in emergency and trauma care settings, such as defibrillators, cardiac monitors, ventilators, and more.
  6. Understanding Protocols and Guidelines: Familiarizing students with established protocols, guidelines, and best practices for managing various emergency and trauma cases, as well as the legal and ethical aspects of emergency care.
  7. Pre-hospital Care: Equipping students with the knowledge and skills to provide pre-hospital care, including emergency medical services (EMS) and ambulance operations.
  8. Disaster Preparedness: Educating students about disaster preparedness and response, as they may be involved in managing mass casualty incidents
  9. Continuous Professional Development: Encouraging a commitment to continuous learning and staying updated with the latest advancements in emergency and trauma care practices.

By accomplishing these objectives, emergency and trauma care technology programs aim to produce competent and confident healthcare professionals who can provide efficient and effective care to patients in critical and life-threatening situations, ultimately saving lives and minimizing long-term complications.

Eligibility Criteria


Science Graduates with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology are eligible. Admissions to the courses will be governed by the conditions laid down by the University from time to time and as published in the Regulations for admissions each year.

Duration of the Course: 4 Years (3 years + 1 year Internship)

Internship wherever specified are integral part of the course and needs to be done in Santosh Deemed to be University, Ghaziabad itself.

Program Outline

Course structure

First-year -Theory classes and Practicals of the following subjects:

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology
  • Biochemistry
  • Pharmacology
  • Microbiology
  • Pathology
  • Introduction to Computer Application
  • Quality Assurance & Accreditation

During the first year, the students will have didactic lectures in the medical college from 10 am to 4 pm

Second year-Theory class and posting in the Emergency Medicine Department

Third year- Theory class and posting in the Emergency Medicine, ICU, and Emergency Medical Transport

Fourth Year- Internship in the clinical area.

Career Prospectives

Graduates with a BSc. in Emergency & Trauma Care Technology have a wide range of career opportunities in the field of emergency and trauma care. Some potential career prospects include:

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT):  Respond to emergencies, provide immediate care to patients, and transport them to healthcare facilities.

Paramedic:   Offer advanced pre-hospital care, including administering medications and performing life-saving procedures.

Emergency Room Technician:   Assist medical staff in emergency departments, ensuring efficient patient care during critical situations.

Trauma Nurse:   Specialize in trauma care, managing patients with critical injuries in emergency departments or trauma Centers.

Flight Paramedic/Flight Nurse:  Work on medical helicopters or airplanes, providing rapid transport and care to critically ill or injured patients.

Emergency Department Manager:  Oversee the operations of emergency departments, ensuring efficient workflows and patient care.

Trauma Coordinator:  Coordinate trauma care services, facilitate quality improvement, and ensure compliance with trauma center standards.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Educator:  Teach EMT and paramedic courses in educational institutions.

Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Management Specialist:   Plan and coordinate responses to disasters and mass casualty incidents.

Critical Care Transport Specialist:  Manage and transport critically ill patients between healthcare facilities.

Researcher in Trauma Care:  Contribute to trauma-related research, improving protocols and patient outcomes.

Healthcare Administrator:   Assume administrative roles in healthcare institutions, focusing on emergency and trauma care services.