About the College

KMCT College of Allied Health Sciences has been started by Kunhitharuvai Memorial Charitable Trust [KMCT] in the year 2013. The college is steadfast to offer students “the utmost class learning atmosphere” in all its courses.

Recognized by Govt. of Kerala and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Sciences, KMCT CAHS envisions to mould healthcare mavens who can make a change in the quality of life of persons, both physically and psychologically. The college is located at Muthalam -” the scenic and picturesque location “,about 24 km north-east of Calicut city, Kerala.

The institution offers four Bachelors degree programs namely Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT), Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Technology, Bachelor of Optometry, and Bachelor of Cardiac Perfusion Technology. It is attached to KMCT Medical College Hospital, one of the finest super specialty care hospitals in Calicut.

Principal's Message

It is true that Health care industry is a blend of different sectors, i.e., it consists of diagnostic, preventive curative and therapeutic services. Health care industry desperately necessitates specific and well-trained hands to deliver special care and services. KMCT CAHS’s quality health science education paves the way for bringing high quality trained professionals.

By upholding the concept – “Care with Self Care”- KMCT CAHS always strives hard for the development of Health care and education sector. With the quality of education, CAHS lends a hand to the students for acquiring the knowledge and also make a mark in the highly volatile market of healthcare professionals.  

 

Mr. Santheep Sankar
Post-Graduated in Microbiology from SHUATS, Mr. Santheep Shankar brings nearly two decades of academic and administrative experience to the table. Prior to KMCT CAHS, he was associated with several renowned colleges where he played a crucial role in networking with various prominent universities across the globe. He holds PG Diploma in Hospital Management and attended national and international conferences as well. He was one of the Advisory Board members of Clinical Laboratory professionals Association (CLPA).