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BPT (Bachelor of Physiotherapy)

Duration : 4 yrs. (8 Semesters) and 6 Months Compulsory Rotatory Internship

Bachelor of Physiotherapy program offered by MM (DU), Mullana is designed to meet international standards and is recognized by the Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP) and Haryana State Council for Physiotherapy (HSCP). The program is being taught by qualified faculties and has a balanced exposure to both academic and clinical training in the field of Physiotherapy. The curriculum is enriched with basic medical sciences, study of various disorders of the human body, basic and advanced principles of physiotherapy, assessment and physical therapy-based treatment approaches. The delivery modes emphasize evidence-based clinical practices.

Programme Objective

  • To provide Self Directed and Interdisciplinary Patient-centered learning
  • To develop highly qualified and skilled professionals with the help of a well-designed curriculum
  • To impart knowledge by integrating clinical and basic sciences under the modern infrastructure & well-equipped environment

Programme Outcome

  • Demonstrating sufficient understanding of knowledge in Physiotherapy, clinical decision-making ability and providing appropriate patient care.
  • Developing the ability to collect history, perform relevant clinical assessment and frame appropriate electrotherapeutic and exercise therapy management for the patients.
  • Developing effective communication with patients, family, colleagues and students.
  • Promoting health education and improved quality of life through the practice of the profession.

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Curriculum

1st Semester
It is designed to provide students with the working knowledge of the structure of the human body which is essential foundation for their clinical studies. The study of anatomy will include identification of all gross anatomical structures. Particular emphasis will be placed on description of bones, joints, muscles, the brain, cardio pulmonary and nervous system, as these are related to the application of physiotherapy in patients.
It is designed to provide students with the working knowledge of the structure of the human body which is essential foundation for their clinical studies.
The course in Physiology is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of fundamental reactions of living organisms, particularly in the human body. The major topics covered include the following: the cell; primary tissue; connective tissue; skin; muscle; nervous tissue; blood; lymphoid tissues; respiration; blood vessels; circulation; cardiac cycle; systemic circulation; gastrointestinal tract; kidneys; uterus; urinary tract; pregnancy; endocrine system.
The course in Physiology is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of fundamental reactions of living organisms, particularly in the human body.
The course in Biochemistry is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of structures & functions of cell in brief and biochemistry of connective tissues, acid base balance, nutrition, balance diet & nutritional disorders, nucleotide and nucleic acid chemistry, role of enzymes, carbohydrate chemistry, amino-acid chemistry & vitamins, carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, amino acid and protein metabolism.
Sociology will introduce student to the basic sociology concepts, principles and social process, social institutions in relation to the individual, family and community and the various social factors affecting the family in rural and urban communities in India will be studied.
This course is designed to develop good vocabulary skills for better communication, use effective English to prepare report writing, letter writing and e- Correspondence, participate effectively in public speaking, debate & discussion and improve listening comprehension.
The course provides the students a basic insight into the main features of Indian health care delivery system and how it compares with the other systems of the world.
The students will be able to appreciate the role of computer technology. The course has focus on computer organization, computer operating system and software, and MS windows, Word processing, Excel data worksheet and PowerPoint presentation.
The objective of this particular section of the foundation course is to sensitize potential learners with essential knowledge; this will lay a sound foundation for their learning across the under-graduate program and across their career. Innovative teaching methods should be used to ensure the attention of a student and make them more receptive such as group activities, role plays, and clinical bed-side demonstrations.
3rd Semester
This subject follows the basic subjects of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry and it forms a vital link between preclinical subjects and clinical subjects. Pathology involves the study of causes and mechanisms of diseases. Microbiology involves the study of common organisms causing diseases including nosocomial infections and precautionary measures to protect one from acquiring infections. The knowledge and understanding of Microbiology & Pathology of diseases is essential to institute appropriate treatment or suggest preventive measures to the patient. Particular effort is made in this course to avoid burdening the student.
At the end of the course student will be able to: Discuss basic principles of immunity and describe general properties of bacteria and bacteriology.
This course introduces the student to basic pharmacology of common drugs used, their importance in the overall treatment including Physiotherapy. The student after completing the course will be able to understand the general principles of drug action and the handling of drugs by the body. The student will be aware of the contribution of both drug and physiotherapy factors in the outcome oftreatment.
In this course, the students will learn the principles and effects of exercise as a therapeutic modality and will learn the techniques in the restoration of physical functions.
In this course, the students will learn the principles and effects of exercise as a therapeutic modality and will learn the techniques in the restoration of physical functions.
This course supplements the knowledge of anatomy and enables the student to have a better understanding of the principles of biomechanics and their application in musculoskeletal and dysfunction.
To understand the concept and basic principles to know electrotherapy equipments is given under this topic. The student will be taught about physics related to electrotherapy and application on human body tissues.

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:

 

Understand the basic concepts of quality in health Care and develop skills to implement sustainable quality assurance program in the healthsystem.

 

Learn about basic emergency care including first aid and triage.

 

Prevent harm to workers, property, the environment and the general public.

 

Provide a broad understanding of the core subject areas of infection prevention and control

 

Reduce the incidence of hospital acquired infections and improve health outcomes.

 

Provide knowledge on the principles of on-site disaster management.

At the end of the course student will be able to:

Collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards.

Assess muscle performance, joint range and limb length of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Assess posture and gait of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Administer exercises to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Administer soft tissue manipulations to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Maintain clinical log note.

At the end of the course student will be able to:

Collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards.

Assess muscle performance, joint range and limb length of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Assess posture and gait of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Administer exercises to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Administer soft tissue manipulations to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Maintain clinical log note.

5th Semester

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about relevant aspects of general medicine. The student will have a general understanding of the diseases the therapist would encounter in their practice. The objective of this course is that the student will be able to list the etiology, pathology, clinical features and treatment methods for various medical conditions.

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about relevant aspects of general surgery. The student will have a general understanding of the surgical conditions the therapist would encounter in their practice. The objective of this course is that after 60 hrs of lectures and discussion, the student will be able to list the indications for surgery, etiology, clinical features and surgical methods for various conditions.

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about conditions the therapist would encounter in their practice in the community. The objective of this course is that after 60 hrs of lectures and discussion the student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of various aspects of health and disease, list the methods of health administration, health education and disease preventive measures.

This course covers the study of common diagnostic and therapeutic imaging tests. At the end of the course students will be aware of the indications and implications of commonly used diagnostic imaging tests as they pertain to patient’s management. The course will cover that how X-Ray, CT, MRI, Ultrasound and Other Medical Images are created and how they help the health professionals to save lives.

Implement methods to assess individual and collective outcomes of patients/clients with disorders of the musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular-pulmonary and integumentary systems using valid and reliable measures that take into account the setting inwhich patients/clients receive services, the variables of cultural competence, and the effect of societal factors.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

7th Semester

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in neurology and neurosurgery with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and neurological pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify disabilities due to neurological dysfunction, plan and set treatment goals and apply the skills gained in exercise therapy and electrotherapy in these clinical situations to restore neurological function.

The subject follows inheritance of imparting basic as well as advanced information in a wide range of Neurological disorders. The same shall augment and enhance one’s abilities in treating and overall smooth and efficient handling in patients suffering with the most widely predominant as well as specific Neurological disorders.

Following the basic science and clinical science course, this course introduces the Student in
cardio-thoracic conditions which commonly cause disability. The objective of this course is
that after lectures and demonstration in addition to clinics the student will be able to
demonstrate an understanding of Cardio-pulmonary conditions causing disability and their
management. Particular effort is made in this course to avoid burdening the student with any
detail pertaining to diagnosis which will not contribute to their understanding of the
limitations imposed by cardiovascular pathology on the functioning of the individual.

This course includes discussion on the theories of health and wellness, including motivational theory, locus of control, public health initiative, and psycho-Social, spiritual and cultural consideration. Health risks, screening, and assessment considering epidemiological principles are emphasized. Risk reduction strategies for primary and secondary prevention, including programs for special populations are covered.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

2nd Semester
Studies are concerned with the topographical and functional anatomy of the limbs. Particular attention is paid to the muscles, bones and joints of the regions. The head and neck and central nervous system (CNS) are studied with particular reference to topics of importance to physiotherapists. The study of the CNS includes detailed consideration of the control of motorfunction.

The study of anatomy will include identification of all gross anatomical structures. Particulars emphasis will be placed on description of bones, joints, muscles, the brain, cardio pulmonary and nervous system, as these are related to the application of physiotherapy and occupational therapy in patients.

The course in Physiology is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of fundamental reactions of living organisms, particularly in the human body.
At the end of the course, the candidate will able todemonstrate procedures to determine pulses and blood pressure, procedures to examine sensory system & motor system, procedures to examine respiratory system & cardio vascular system, recognize the abnormalities in the ECG and spirometry findings.
Human Psychology involves the study of various behavioural patterns of individuals, theories of development, normal and abnormal aspects of motor, social, emotional and language development, communication and interaction skills appropriate to various age groups. The study of these subjects will help the student to understand their clients while assessment and while planning appropriate treatment methods.
Biomechanics involves the study of basic concepts of human movement, and application of various biomechanical principles in the evaluation and treatment of disorders of musculoskeletal system. Students are taught to understand the various quantitative and qualitative methods of movement. Mechanical principles of various treatment methods are studied. Study of posture and gait are also included.
At the end of the course, the candidate will able to define environmental science and its multidisciplinary nature, classify natural resources and its methods of preservations, describe the structure and function of an ecosystem, environment ethics and acts to preserve environment, environment and human health, role of Information Technology in Environment and Human health.
This course introduces the elements of medical terminology. Emphasis is placed on building familiarity with medical words through knowledge of roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Topics include: origin, word building, abbreviations and symbols, terminology related to the human anatomy, reading medical orders and reports, and terminology specific to the student’s field of study. Spelling is critical and will be counted when grading tests.
At the end of the course student will be able to collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards, identify the socioeconomic status and psychosocial status of patients in OPD and ward, collect behavioural, personal & family history and understand operating system of hospital.
4th Semester

At the end of this course candidate able to:

Demonstrate PNF techniques.

Demonstrate Suspension therapy

Demonstrate mobilization of peripheral joints.

Demonstrate balance and coordination exercises.

Demonstrate usage of walking aids.

Demonstrate various techniques of stretching.

In this course the student will learn the Principles, Techniques, Effects, Indication, Contra-Indication and the dosage parameter for various indications of electro therapeutic modalities in the restoration of physical function. The objective of this course is that after 240hrs of lectures, demonstration, practical and clinics the student will be able to list the indications, contra indications, dosages of electro therapy modalities, demonstrates the different techniques, and describe their effects on various conditions.

The student of Electrotherapy must be able to demonstrate the use of electrotherapy modalities applying the principles of electrotherapy with proper techniques, choice of dosage parameters and safety precautions.

Acquire knowledge about principles of Exercise therapy along with the practical based learning of different techniques to treat the various disorders.

By the end of the course the students able to:

Describe the basics of yogic Sciences

Describe the yoga various postures

Demonstrate the yoga postures

Apply yoga techniques for clinical condition

By the end of the course the students able to:

Describe the basics of yogic Sciences

Describe the yoga various postures

Demonstrate the yoga postures

Apply yoga techniques for clinical condition

Legal and ethical considerations are firmly believed to be an integral part of medical practice in planning patient care. Advances in medical sciences, growing sophistication of the modern society’s legal framework, increasing awareness of human rights and changing moral principles of the community at large, now result in frequent occurrences of healthcare professionals being caught in dilemmas over aspects arising from daily practice.

Medical/ Physiotherapy ethics has developed into a well based discipline which acts as a "bridge" between theoretical bioethics and the bedside. The goal is "to improve the quality of patient care by identifying, analyzing, and attempting to resolve the ethical problems that arise in practice". Doctors are bound by, not just moral obligations, but also by laws and official regulations that form the legal framework to regulate medical practice. Hence, it is now a universal consensus that legal and ethical considerations are inherent and inseparable parts of good medical practice across the whole spectrum.

At the end of the course student will be able to:

Collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards.

Assess muscle performance, joint range and limb length of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Assess posture and gait of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Administer exercises to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Administer soft tissue manipulations to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Application of electrical equipment’s to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Application of superficial and deep heat modalities to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Maintain clinical log note.

6th Semester

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in musculoskeletal conditions and Traumatology with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and musculoskeletal pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify disabilities due to musculoskeletal dysfunction, plan and set treatment goals and apply the skills gained in exercise therapy and electrotherapy in these clinical situations to restore musculoskeletal function.

The objective of this module is to discuss the Patho-physiology, clinical manifestations and conservative/surgical management of various traumatic cases of the Musculoskeletal conditions, skill of clinical examination and interpretation of the pre-operative cases and post-operative cases, investigation used in musculoskeletal conditions, Pathological/biochemical studies pertaining to musculoskeletal conditions with radiological finding.

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in General Medicine and Surgery with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and musculoskeletal pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify conditions.

The subject serves to integrate the practical knowledge gained by the students in General Medicine and Surgery with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify conditions.

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about relevant aspects of neurology & neurosurgery. The student will have a general understanding of the diseases the therapist would encounter in their practice. The objective of this course is that after 60 hrs of lectures and discussion the student will be able to list the etiology, pathology, clinical features and treatment methods for various neurological conditions.

The objective of this module is to help the students understand the basic principles of research and methods applied to draw inferences from the research findings.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

8th Semester

The subject is designed to provide knowledge in assessing and planning physiotherapy interventions for various General, Medical and Surgical conditions. The student must be able to reassess the patient as necessary, to monitor the patient in regard to treatment, to monitor the patient’s vital signs, student must know emergency drugs indication and contra- indication, care in intensive care unit (ICU) and to provide appropriate interventions to the patient.

The course follows exercising in practical format in treating cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions at any setup installed existing at the rural to the most urbanized tertiary care with the modernist supporting equipment’s. An in-depth knowledge regarding basics and advances shall render promising treatment strategies.

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in community medicine and other areas with skills to apply these in clinical situations of health and disease and its prevention. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify rehabilitation methods to prevent disabilities and dysfunctions due to various disease conditions and plan and set treatment goals and apply the skills gained in rehabilitating and restoring functions.

The course follows conceptual significance towards clinical reasoning and evidence-based Physiotherapy practice in dealing with a wide range of conditions to predominant the efficacy of resources with minimal expenditure in imparting overall positive health.

The course follows exploring new concepts along with keeping in mind the already existing load of knowledge to accentuate and promote promising new advancements in the field of either evaluations or treatment strategies in treating musculoskeletal, Neurological, Cardiovascular, Sports, Paediatric conditions etc.

The course follows imparting concepts of administration to be implemented at different setups from the rural domain to the ultra-modern tertiary care in running a smooth and efficient Physiotherapy department. In addition, emphasis on developing curriculum, teaching practice and protocols enabling a student to be expertise in both clinical and academic profiles.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

4th Year

Acquire the knowledge about Physiotherapy assessment and management in various soft tissue injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, sports conditions and surgeries.

Acquire the knowledge about various causes, risk factors and clinical presentation of neurological condition focused to Physiotherapy aspect

Acquire the knowledge about physiotherapy assessment and management in gynaecological and obstetrics medical and surgical conditions

Enhance the skills and diagnosis and management of various medical and surgical conditions including practical based training

Provide knowledge about influence of various social and environmental factors of individual health and various methods to diagnose and regain the functional limitation

Acquire skills in physical diagnosis and management of various disorders and rotatory postings in different departments like Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Cardiothoracic, ICU, CCU, burns  and Physiotherapy OPD.

Develop the skills to evaluate and promote healthy life style choices

Strengthen the fundamentals of basic assessment, diagnosis and postulate this knowledge in clinical practices

Students have to complete a project work

Eligibility Criteria

A person, who attain the age of 17 years or more on December 31st of the year of admission and has passed one of the following examinations, shall be eligible to join the first year B.P.T Course:
The candidate should have passed the qualifying XII STD/ HSE examination (for equipment) having English as a subject and a minimum of 50% marks in science with Physics, Chemistry, Biology as mandatory subjects (45% in case of reserved category), from a recognized Board/ University.

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
BPT
82,000 _
2000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fees.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Lifetime Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

Merit Scholarships

(Scholarships on the basis of % of Marks in Qualifying Exam)

% Marks Scholarship Criteria (% Tuition Fee Waiver)
90% & above 100%
80 to 89.99% 40%
70 to 79.99% 30%
60 to 69.99% 20%

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BPT (Bachelor of Physiotherapy) | in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation

Duration: 4 Years (8 Semesters) and 6 Months Compulsory Rotatory Internship. Bachelor of Physiotherapy program offered by MM (DU), Mullana is designed to meet international standards and is recognized by the IAP. The program is taught by a qualified faculty and has a balanced exposure to both academic and clinical training in the field of Physiotherapy. The curriculum is enriched with basic medical sciences, study of various disorders of the human body, basic and advanced principles of physiotherapy, assessment and physical therapy-based treatment approaches. The delivery modes emphasize evidence-based clinical practices.

Course Objectives

  • To provide Self Directed and Interdisciplinary Patient-centered learning
  • To develop highly qualified and skilled professionals with the help of a well-designed curriculum
  • To impart knowledge by integrating of clinical and basic sciences under the modern infrastructure & well-equipped environment

Course Outcomes

  • Demonstrating sufficient understanding of knowledge in Physiotherapy, clinical decision-making ability and providing appropriate patient care.
  • Developing the ability to collect history, perform relevant clinical assessment and frame appropriate electrotherapeutic and exercise therapy management for the patients.
  • Developing effective communication with patients, family, colleagues and students.
  • Promoting health education and improved quality of life through the practice of the profession.

Curriculum

1st Semester
It is designed to provide students with the working knowledge of the structure of the human body which is essential foundation for their clinical studies. The study of anatomy will include identification of all gross anatomical structures. Particular emphasis will be placed on description of bones, joints, muscles, the brain, cardio pulmonary and nervous system, as these are related to the application of physiotherapy in patients.
It is designed to provide students with the working knowledge of the structure of the human body which is essential foundation for their clinical studies.
The course in Physiology is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of fundamental reactions of living organisms, particularly in the human body. The major topics covered include the following: the cell; primary tissue; connective tissue; skin; muscle; nervous tissue; blood; lymphoid tissues; respiration; blood vessels; circulation; cardiac cycle; systemic circulation; gastrointestinal tract; kidneys; uterus; urinary tract; pregnancy; endocrine system.
The course in Physiology is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of fundamental reactions of living organisms, particularly in the human body.
The course in Biochemistry is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of structures & functions of cell in brief and biochemistry of connective tissues, acid base balance, nutrition, balance diet & nutritional disorders, nucleotide and nucleic acid chemistry, role of enzymes, carbohydrate chemistry, amino-acid chemistry & vitamins, carbohydrate metabolism, lipid metabolism, amino acid and protein metabolism.
Sociology will introduce student to the basic sociology concepts, principles and social process, social institutions in relation to the individual, family and community and the various social factors affecting the family in rural and urban communities in India will be studied.
This course is designed to develop good vocabulary skills for better communication, use effective English to prepare report writing, letter writing and e- Correspondence, participate effectively in public speaking, debate & discussion and improve listening comprehension.
The course provides the students a basic insight into the main features of Indian health care delivery system and how it compares with the other systems of the world.
The students will be able to appreciate the role of computer technology. The course has focus on computer organization, computer operating system and software, and MS windows, Word processing, Excel data worksheet and PowerPoint presentation.
The objective of this particular section of the foundation course is to sensitize potential learners with essential knowledge; this will lay a sound foundation for their learning across the under-graduate program and across their career. Innovative teaching methods should be used to ensure the attention of a student and make them more receptive such as group activities, role plays, and clinical bed-side demonstrations.
3rd Semester
This subject follows the basic subjects of Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry and it forms a vital link between preclinical subjects and clinical subjects. Pathology involves the study of causes and mechanisms of diseases. Microbiology involves the study of common organisms causing diseases including nosocomial infections and precautionary measures to protect one from acquiring infections. The knowledge and understanding of Microbiology & Pathology of diseases is essential to institute appropriate treatment or suggest preventive measures to the patient. Particular effort is made in this course to avoid burdening the student.
At the end of the course student will be able to: Discuss basic principles of immunity and describe general properties of bacteria and bacteriology.
This course introduces the student to basic pharmacology of common drugs used, their importance in the overall treatment including Physiotherapy. The student after completing the course will be able to understand the general principles of drug action and the handling of drugs by the body. The student will be aware of the contribution of both drug and physiotherapy factors in the outcome oftreatment.
In this course, the students will learn the principles and effects of exercise as a therapeutic modality and will learn the techniques in the restoration of physical functions.
In this course, the students will learn the principles and effects of exercise as a therapeutic modality and will learn the techniques in the restoration of physical functions.
This course supplements the knowledge of anatomy and enables the student to have a better understanding of the principles of biomechanics and their application in musculoskeletal and dysfunction.
To understand the concept and basic principles to know electrotherapy equipments is given under this topic. The student will be taught about physics related to electrotherapy and application on human body tissues.

At the end of this course, the student will be able to:

 

Understand the basic concepts of quality in health Care and develop skills to implement sustainable quality assurance program in the healthsystem.

 

Learn about basic emergency care including first aid and triage.

 

Prevent harm to workers, property, the environment and the general public.

 

Provide a broad understanding of the core subject areas of infection prevention and control

 

Reduce the incidence of hospital acquired infections and improve health outcomes.

 

Provide knowledge on the principles of on-site disaster management.

At the end of the course student will be able to:

Collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards.

Assess muscle performance, joint range and limb length of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Assess posture and gait of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Administer exercises to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Administer soft tissue manipulations to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Maintain clinical log note.

At the end of the course student will be able to:

Collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards.

Assess muscle performance, joint range and limb length of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Assess posture and gait of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Administer exercises to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Administer soft tissue manipulations to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Maintain clinical log note.

5th Semester

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about relevant aspects of general medicine. The student will have a general understanding of the diseases the therapist would encounter in their practice. The objective of this course is that the student will be able to list the etiology, pathology, clinical features and treatment methods for various medical conditions.

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about relevant aspects of general surgery. The student will have a general understanding of the surgical conditions the therapist would encounter in their practice. The objective of this course is that after 60 hrs of lectures and discussion, the student will be able to list the indications for surgery, etiology, clinical features and surgical methods for various conditions.

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about conditions the therapist would encounter in their practice in the community. The objective of this course is that after 60 hrs of lectures and discussion the student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of various aspects of health and disease, list the methods of health administration, health education and disease preventive measures.

This course covers the study of common diagnostic and therapeutic imaging tests. At the end of the course students will be aware of the indications and implications of commonly used diagnostic imaging tests as they pertain to patient’s management. The course will cover that how X-Ray, CT, MRI, Ultrasound and Other Medical Images are created and how they help the health professionals to save lives.

Implement methods to assess individual and collective outcomes of patients/clients with disorders of the musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiovascular-pulmonary and integumentary systems using valid and reliable measures that take into account the setting inwhich patients/clients receive services, the variables of cultural competence, and the effect of societal factors.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

7th Semester

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in neurology and neurosurgery with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and neurological pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify disabilities due to neurological dysfunction, plan and set treatment goals and apply the skills gained in exercise therapy and electrotherapy in these clinical situations to restore neurological function.

The subject follows inheritance of imparting basic as well as advanced information in a wide range of Neurological disorders. The same shall augment and enhance one’s abilities in treating and overall smooth and efficient handling in patients suffering with the most widely predominant as well as specific Neurological disorders.

Following the basic science and clinical science course, this course introduces the Student in
cardio-thoracic conditions which commonly cause disability. The objective of this course is
that after lectures and demonstration in addition to clinics the student will be able to
demonstrate an understanding of Cardio-pulmonary conditions causing disability and their
management. Particular effort is made in this course to avoid burdening the student with any
detail pertaining to diagnosis which will not contribute to their understanding of the
limitations imposed by cardiovascular pathology on the functioning of the individual.

This course includes discussion on the theories of health and wellness, including motivational theory, locus of control, public health initiative, and psycho-Social, spiritual and cultural consideration. Health risks, screening, and assessment considering epidemiological principles are emphasized. Risk reduction strategies for primary and secondary prevention, including programs for special populations are covered.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

2nd Semester
Studies are concerned with the topographical and functional anatomy of the limbs. Particular attention is paid to the muscles, bones and joints of the regions. The head and neck and central nervous system (CNS) are studied with particular reference to topics of importance to physiotherapists. The study of the CNS includes detailed consideration of the control of motorfunction.

The study of anatomy will include identification of all gross anatomical structures. Particulars emphasis will be placed on description of bones, joints, muscles, the brain, cardio pulmonary and nervous system, as these are related to the application of physiotherapy and occupational therapy in patients.

The course in Physiology is designed to give the student an in-depth knowledge of fundamental reactions of living organisms, particularly in the human body.
At the end of the course, the candidate will able todemonstrate procedures to determine pulses and blood pressure, procedures to examine sensory system & motor system, procedures to examine respiratory system & cardio vascular system, recognize the abnormalities in the ECG and spirometry findings.
Human Psychology involves the study of various behavioural patterns of individuals, theories of development, normal and abnormal aspects of motor, social, emotional and language development, communication and interaction skills appropriate to various age groups. The study of these subjects will help the student to understand their clients while assessment and while planning appropriate treatment methods.
Biomechanics involves the study of basic concepts of human movement, and application of various biomechanical principles in the evaluation and treatment of disorders of musculoskeletal system. Students are taught to understand the various quantitative and qualitative methods of movement. Mechanical principles of various treatment methods are studied. Study of posture and gait are also included.
At the end of the course, the candidate will able to define environmental science and its multidisciplinary nature, classify natural resources and its methods of preservations, describe the structure and function of an ecosystem, environment ethics and acts to preserve environment, environment and human health, role of Information Technology in Environment and Human health.
This course introduces the elements of medical terminology. Emphasis is placed on building familiarity with medical words through knowledge of roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Topics include: origin, word building, abbreviations and symbols, terminology related to the human anatomy, reading medical orders and reports, and terminology specific to the student’s field of study. Spelling is critical and will be counted when grading tests.
At the end of the course student will be able to collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards, identify the socioeconomic status and psychosocial status of patients in OPD and ward, collect behavioural, personal & family history and understand operating system of hospital.
4th Semester

At the end of this course candidate able to:

Demonstrate PNF techniques.

Demonstrate Suspension therapy

Demonstrate mobilization of peripheral joints.

Demonstrate balance and coordination exercises.

Demonstrate usage of walking aids.

Demonstrate various techniques of stretching.

In this course the student will learn the Principles, Techniques, Effects, Indication, Contra-Indication and the dosage parameter for various indications of electro therapeutic modalities in the restoration of physical function. The objective of this course is that after 240hrs of lectures, demonstration, practical and clinics the student will be able to list the indications, contra indications, dosages of electro therapy modalities, demonstrates the different techniques, and describe their effects on various conditions.

The student of Electrotherapy must be able to demonstrate the use of electrotherapy modalities applying the principles of electrotherapy with proper techniques, choice of dosage parameters and safety precautions.

Acquire knowledge about principles of Exercise therapy along with the practical based learning of different techniques to treat the various disorders.

By the end of the course the students able to:

Describe the basics of yogic Sciences

Describe the yoga various postures

Demonstrate the yoga postures

Apply yoga techniques for clinical condition

By the end of the course the students able to:

Describe the basics of yogic Sciences

Describe the yoga various postures

Demonstrate the yoga postures

Apply yoga techniques for clinical condition

Legal and ethical considerations are firmly believed to be an integral part of medical practice in planning patient care. Advances in medical sciences, growing sophistication of the modern society’s legal framework, increasing awareness of human rights and changing moral principles of the community at large, now result in frequent occurrences of healthcare professionals being caught in dilemmas over aspects arising from daily practice.

Medical/ Physiotherapy ethics has developed into a well based discipline which acts as a "bridge" between theoretical bioethics and the bedside. The goal is "to improve the quality of patient care by identifying, analyzing, and attempting to resolve the ethical problems that arise in practice". Doctors are bound by, not just moral obligations, but also by laws and official regulations that form the legal framework to regulate medical practice. Hence, it is now a universal consensus that legal and ethical considerations are inherent and inseparable parts of good medical practice across the whole spectrum.

At the end of the course student will be able to:

Collect demographical data of patients in OPD and wards.

Assess muscle performance, joint range and limb length of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Assess posture and gait of patients in OPD and wards and record it.

Administer exercises to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Administer soft tissue manipulations to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Application of electrical equipment’s to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Application of superficial and deep heat modalities to patients in OPD and wards under supervision of clinical staffs.

Maintain clinical log note.

6th Semester

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in musculoskeletal conditions and Traumatology with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and musculoskeletal pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify disabilities due to musculoskeletal dysfunction, plan and set treatment goals and apply the skills gained in exercise therapy and electrotherapy in these clinical situations to restore musculoskeletal function.

The objective of this module is to discuss the Patho-physiology, clinical manifestations and conservative/surgical management of various traumatic cases of the Musculoskeletal conditions, skill of clinical examination and interpretation of the pre-operative cases and post-operative cases, investigation used in musculoskeletal conditions, Pathological/biochemical studies pertaining to musculoskeletal conditions with radiological finding.

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in General Medicine and Surgery with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and musculoskeletal pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify conditions.

The subject serves to integrate the practical knowledge gained by the students in General Medicine and Surgery with skills to apply these in clinical situations of dysfunction and pathology. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify conditions.

This subject follows the basic science subjects to provide the knowledge about relevant aspects of neurology & neurosurgery. The student will have a general understanding of the diseases the therapist would encounter in their practice. The objective of this course is that after 60 hrs of lectures and discussion the student will be able to list the etiology, pathology, clinical features and treatment methods for various neurological conditions.

The objective of this module is to help the students understand the basic principles of research and methods applied to draw inferences from the research findings.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

8th Semester

The subject is designed to provide knowledge in assessing and planning physiotherapy interventions for various General, Medical and Surgical conditions. The student must be able to reassess the patient as necessary, to monitor the patient in regard to treatment, to monitor the patient’s vital signs, student must know emergency drugs indication and contra- indication, care in intensive care unit (ICU) and to provide appropriate interventions to the patient.

The course follows exercising in practical format in treating cardiovascular and pulmonary conditions at any setup installed existing at the rural to the most urbanized tertiary care with the modernist supporting equipment’s. An in-depth knowledge regarding basics and advances shall render promising treatment strategies.

The subject serves to integrate the knowledge gained by the students in community medicine and other areas with skills to apply these in clinical situations of health and disease and its prevention. The objective of the course is that after the specified hours of lectures and demonstrations the student will be able to identify rehabilitation methods to prevent disabilities and dysfunctions due to various disease conditions and plan and set treatment goals and apply the skills gained in rehabilitating and restoring functions.

The course follows conceptual significance towards clinical reasoning and evidence-based Physiotherapy practice in dealing with a wide range of conditions to predominant the efficacy of resources with minimal expenditure in imparting overall positive health.

The course follows exploring new concepts along with keeping in mind the already existing load of knowledge to accentuate and promote promising new advancements in the field of either evaluations or treatment strategies in treating musculoskeletal, Neurological, Cardiovascular, Sports, Paediatric conditions etc.

The course follows imparting concepts of administration to be implemented at different setups from the rural domain to the ultra-modern tertiary care in running a smooth and efficient Physiotherapy department. In addition, emphasis on developing curriculum, teaching practice and protocols enabling a student to be expertise in both clinical and academic profiles.

Students will be posted in rotation in the following areas/wards. The students will be clinically trained to provide physiotherapy care for the patients under supervision. They will be trained on bed side approach, patient assessment, performing special tests, identifying indications for treatment, ruling out contraindications, decision on treatment parameters, dosage and use relevant outcome measures under supervision. Evidence based practice will be part of training.

4th Year

Acquire the knowledge about Physiotherapy assessment and management in various soft tissue injuries, musculoskeletal conditions, sports conditions and surgeries.

Acquire the knowledge about various causes, risk factors and clinical presentation of neurological condition focused to Physiotherapy aspect

Acquire the knowledge about physiotherapy assessment and management in gynaecological and obstetrics medical and surgical conditions

Enhance the skills and diagnosis and management of various medical and surgical conditions including practical based training

Provide knowledge about influence of various social and environmental factors of individual health and various methods to diagnose and regain the functional limitation

Acquire skills in physical diagnosis and management of various disorders and rotatory postings in different departments like Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Cardiothoracic, ICU, CCU, burns  and Physiotherapy OPD.

Develop the skills to evaluate and promote healthy life style choices

Strengthen the fundamentals of basic assessment, diagnosis and postulate this knowledge in clinical practices

Students have to complete a project work

Project-Based Learning

  • MMIPR offers Structured clinical training and Case-based learning.
  • The department follows innovative teaching & learning methods.
  • Clinical case presentations, seminars, and workshops on recent advancements in the Physiotherapy practice modules are a quintessential part of the curriculum
  • Students indulge in professional writing, formal presenting, critical thinking, literature evaluation, project management, data collection, data analysis based projects
  • Enriching the knowledge about theoretical fundamentals of problem-solving skills.

Career Opportunities

After completing the BPT, Students can explore work opportunities in Multispecialty hospitals, Sports training and fitness centers, physiotherapy and rehabilitation centers in India and Abroad. Students can opt for entrepreneurship ventures such as practitioners and consultants can be opened. Students can continue higher studies for MPT in various specialties.

Job Opportunities

  • Independent Consultant physiotherapist
  • Rehabilitation team member
  • Cardio-respiratory Physiotherapist
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
  • Neurological Physiotherapist
  • Pediatric physiotherapist
  • Freelancer – Physiotherapy Content Writer
  • Medical Insurance Officer
  • Custom Officer
  • Sales & Marketing Executive
  • Entrepreneurship

Eligibility Criteria

A person, who attain the age of 17 years or more on December 31st of the year of admission and has passed one of the following examinations, shall be eligible to join the first year B.P.T Course:
The candidate should have passed the qualifying XII STD/ HSE examination (for equipment) having English as a subject and a minimum of 50% marks in science with Physics, Chemistry, Biology as mandatory subjects (45% in case of reserved category), from a recognized Board/ University.

Fees

Course Course Fee 
Indian (INR) International (USD)
Tuition Fee Development Fee
BPT
82,000 _
2000

Note:

  1. The Fee will have to be deposited at the time of Counselling.
  2. University Charges will be extra as per University norms.
  3. Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
  4. There will be an annual increase of 7% in tuition fees.
  5. Students Fund for all the students is Rs.2,000/- p.a.
  6. Lifetime Alumni Membership fee is Rs. 4,000/-.
  7. Hostel & Transport Charges will be extra.
  8. Students who wish to leave the Institute mid-stream, will have to deposit the fee for the remaining period of the course as per judgement of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Islamic Academy of Education and others Vs State of Karnataka & PA lnamdar case.

Admission Enquiry 2020

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