University of Perpetual Help
Consultancy Inc. is an overseas educational recruitment partner, a pioneer in the field of Philippines overseas medical education has brought medical education to the doorstep of every student. Studying Medicine in Philippines is not only affordable but equips you to become a Doctor with world class standard.
Keeping in mind the shortage of doctors due to seat availability in India, as experts in medical counselling for Philippines education, our professional counselling team ensures that you get absolute clarity in all aspects and have great study experience.
- We are on the way to fulfil nation’s huge requirements of Doctors! By
- Educating Students in India for NEET
- Guiding them Foreign Education Option
- Confirming their Admission in International MBBS Program
- Prepare Them for FMGE Exam
- Train them for better Medical Practice
‘WE ARE COMMITTED TO BE YOUR MENTOR AND GUIDE IN YOUR ENDEAVOUR TO STUDY ABROAD. OUR OBJECTIVE MISSION IS TO PROVIDE COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE AND ASSISTANCE TO STUDENTS TO MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE TO STUDY HIGHER EDUCATION ABROAD.’
Great care is always taken to ensure that the colleges partnered with it are enlisted with the Medical Council of India and with the World Health Organization and International Medical Education Directory Faimer
Our Exclusive FMGE/NEXT lab helps students train and boost their scores in their qualification exams conducted by the Indian government. This lab provides quality resources and important questions based on previous year exam question papers. Our expert team will thoroughly undergo and update the resources to improve the efficiency of the process which in turn improves the score of the student.
- Specialized FMGE coaching exclusively for Indian students
- Regularly updated source materials by qualified team
Indian- Filippino Relations
Most of the Indians and Indian Filipinos in the Philippines are Sindhi and Punjabi as well as a large Tamil population. Many are fluent in Tagalog and English as well as local languages of the provinces and islands. Many are prosperous middle class with their main occupations in clothing sales and marketing. Sikhs are involved largely in finance, money lending (locally called Five – six ), sales and marketing.
Over the last three decades, a large number of civil servants and highly educated Indians working in large banks, Asian Development Bank and the BPO sector have migrated to Philippines, especially Manila. Most of the Indian Filipinos and Indian expatriates are Hindu, Sikh or Muslims, but have assimilated into Filipino culture. The community regularly conducts philanthropic activities through bodies such as the Mahaveer foundation, The SEVA foundation and the Sathya Sai organization.
Most Indians congregate for socio-cultural and religious activities at the Hindu Temple (Mahatma Gandhi Street, Paco, Manila), the Indian Sikh Temple (United Nations Avenue, Paco, Manila), and the Radha Soami Satsang Beas center (Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila). The late “priest” (scripture reader in Sindhi and Gurumukhi) of the Hindu Temple, Giani Joginder Singh Sethi, was active in interfaith affairs, accepted visits by school students, and organised the first major translation of Guru Nanak’s Jap Ji into Filipino (Tagalog), translated by Usha Ramchandani and edited by Samuel Salter (published 2001).
Indian Filipino companies with the largest work force include Indo Phil Textile (1,800 employees), Global Steel (950 employees and 8,000 in Iligan), Hinduja Global (3,500 workers) and Aegis People Support (over 12,000).
Culture and Traditions of Philippines
Filipinos take pride in their families
In the Philippines, it is family first. So whether you are part of the immediate family or you belong to the third or fourth generation, you are treated as a family member. Sometimes, even the closest of friends are considered family, too.
Filipinos are very respectful
From the moment they are born into this world, they are already taught how to be respectful by using these simple catchphrases—po and opo, words that end sentences when addressing elders. They have a culture of pagmamano, which is where they raise the backs of the hands of their elders to their foreheads as a sign of respect.
Filipinos value traditions and culture
For Filipinos, traditions in their home and in their family are important. They usually set aside a specific day for a certain celebration like festivals, birthday parties, reunions, etc. And of course, every gathering is dedicated to keeping up with each other over sumptuous food.
Filipinos have the longest Christmas celebrations—ever
Even as early as August, you can hear Christmas songs and jingles being played in the malls or in the restaurants in the Philippines. The mood becomes festive, with many people shopping and in good spirits. Christmas celebrations last until around the first or second week of January
Filipinos love art and architecture
Just look at the massive and tall buildings everywhere. Filipinos have a penchant for bringing art and architecture to a whole new level. They love to design creatively, to think intuitively, and have a passion for anything different and unique.
Message From Executive Director
University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, Philippines is engaged with preparing international medical professionals. UPHSD is a reputed and reliable university of Philippines. UPHSD provides best education and best facilities for the international students. More than 25,000 students aspiring for degree and certificate programs include international students also, most of them are Indian students. We are proud of the fact that our graduates are totally competent to become efficient medical professionals. Our medical graduates are earning reputation as physicians with their bright talents.
We am committed to produce best doctors and are putting in our best efforts for that. We will strive day and night to see that they become competent enough to meet the needs of the modern world.
My sincere thanks.
ADMIRAL WILFREDO D TAMAYO
Executive Director, Office of International Student Affairs
University Of Perpetual Help System DALTA
Las pinas City, Manila