Bhaikaka University has created a Department of Health Humanities and Social Sciences with effect from 10th October 2020.
The word “Humanities” derives from the Latin word Humanitas. Originally, Humanitas – in English “humanity” – meant humane feeling, which today could be known variously as sympathy, empathy, compassion, pity, concern, or care.
The term Humanities has been interchangeably used with the term liberal arts, derived from the Latin “liberalis”, meaning “of or relating to the liberal arts,” which in turn derives from the Latin word liber, meaning “free.” Defined by discipline, the humanities range from ethnography, communications studies, cultural studies, ancient and modern languages, law, literature, history, philosophy, and reflection, creative writing, performing arts - music, dance, and theatre, and visual arts - painting, sculpting and architecture that also emphasis interpreting, valuing, and self-knowing. It is important for students of health care sciences to understand the interface between professional education and society.
By offering the course of Health Humanities and Social Sciences to undergraduate students of all the constituent colleges at the Bhaikaka University through appropriate pedagogy, we aim to form individuals who take charge of their own minds, who are free from narrow and unreflective thoughts, who are compassionate and who act in the public interest in their professional world. The course will also stimulate and enhance both critical thinking and character development.
|Sr. No.||Name of Faculty||Designation||Role|
|1||Dr. Utpala Kharod||
Provost, Bhaikaka University
|2||Dr. Barna Ganguly||
Professor, Pharmacology, Pramukhswami Medical College
|3||Dr. Jagdish Varma||
Professor, Psychiatry, Pramukhswami Medical College
|4||Ms. Princey Mol Raju||
Assistant Professor, G H Patel School and College of Nursing
|5||Dr. Aashish Gupta||
Associate Professor, K M Patel Institute of Physiotherapy
|6||Ms. Jinal Patel||
Assistant Professor, L P Patel Institute of Medical Laboratory Technology
|7||Dr. Jai Contractor||
Assistant Professor, Anatomy, Pramukhswami Medical College