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Course Overview

School School of Paramedical & Allied Health Sciences
Eligibility 10+2 pass with PCB
Duration 4.5 Years
Admission Process On the basis of entrance exam/Merit

Syllabus 2021-22   Syllabus 2017-18

Physiotherapy is equipped with all modern facilities & Laboratories for imparting education & training in Physiotherapy. It provides graduate and post graduate Courses in Physiotherapy. The benefit of being a student of this college is to have abundant exposure to medical college facilities & 1000 bedded multi specialty hospital which is mandatory for a qualified physiotherapist.

As the largest Allied Health Professional group, Physiotherapists work with people with a variety of disabilities, injuries & illness, Primarily, they use physical means to promote health, rehabilitation and where possible recovery using education and information giving manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and electrotherapy. It is in great demand now days for preventive treatment and rehabilitation of various musculo-skeletal and neurological disorders like polio, paralysis, slip-disc, spondylities, joint dislocation, etc. it is used exclusively, as well as, in addition to conventional; treatment. Physiotherapist also considers psychological, social and cultural factors. They use a variety of interpersonal skills to enable clients to take an active role in their recovery/rehabilitation programmes whilst respecting client rehabilitation goals. They work with other members of the health and social care team in a variety of hospital and community environments.

Physiotherapists are involved with teaching and correlate with other practitioners with the implementation and management of change. The wide scope of physiotherapy is one of its assets making it an exciting and varied career.

Physiotherapists are now challenging traditional healthcare roles and the scope of the profession is extending to encompass consultants physiotherapist or senior hospital managers. Those entering the profession can look forward to dynamic and challenging careers.

SGRR offers students the opportunity to undertake graduate study with in a research –intensive environment that benefits from its own super multi specialty hospital. As a result, our students are offered excellent learning experience in both university and practice settings becoming scientifically oriented practitioners who make decisions that are client-centered, collaborative and informed by the latest research evidence. We also encourage our students to develop a reflective approach to their academic and practice-based learning experience.

Graduates work in hospitals, community health centers and agencies, rehabilitation units, or in preschool and school programs. Alternatively, they may prefer to work in private practice offering treatments to a full range of patients or specializing in areas such as sports physiotherapy, manipulative physiotherapy, pediatrics, obstetrics, orthopedics or other fields of particular interest. Additional employment opportunities exist for researchers, advisors or consultants in educational, industrial or government institutions.

Physiotherapists are required in each department of a hospital, be it ICU or geriatrics and they can also choose to work independently or be part of a multidisciplinary team. You can enjoy flexible working hours as a consultant, choosing the number of hours you work every day. Some hospitals choose to pay physiotherapists according to the number of patients he or she sees. Initial remuneration of physiotherapists varies from place to place.

In India, the starting salary ranges from Rs. 25,000 to Rs.30,000 per month. Generally, private hospitals provide remuneration ranging between Rs. 25,000 to Rs.55,000 per month for a fresher.

In a government hospital like AIIMS, you begin as a Junior Physiotherapist and earn approximately Rs. 30,000 per month.  The progression in designations is Physiotherapist followed by Senior Physiotherapist earning about Rs. 45,000 per month, followed by Superintendent earning about Rs.60,000-70,000 per month and then Chief Physiotherapist earning about Rs.80,000 per month. 

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  • Hostel Fees including Hostel, Mess, Laundry & Security is Rs. 91,500/-
  • Hostel Fees - Rs. 30,000/-, Mess - Rs. 55,000/-, Laundry - Rs. 3,500/- & Security Refundable - Rs, 3,000/-
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What is the Duration?

  • Duration : 4 ½ yrs
  • Highlights : The course curriculum includes 6 months internship period.

What is a physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists are highly skilled, and autonomous health professionals who provide safe, quality client-centred physiotherapy through a commitment to service availability, accessibility and excellence. The profession is shaped by scientific evidence and the education and competencies of the physiotherapists delivering the services. Physiotherapy is grounded in the belief that, to be effective, its services must respond to the changing needs of populations and our health system.

Why study the Bachelor of Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is concerned with the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health and the prevention of disability, in people of all ages. Physiotherapists optimize potential ability, physical function, independence and quality of life through rehabilitation practices. To achieve this, physiotherapists require an extensive understanding of physical, structural and physiological aspects of human form and movement, as well as factors relating to human functioning and the acquisition of skill.

Physiotherapy often involves promotion of motor development and coordination, physical methods to control pain, therapeutic exercise for impaired muscle systems, assisting in the physical management of the cardio-respiratory system, or improving balance and motor control for better performance and function.

What is in Curriculum?

The course BPT broadly lays emphasis on the following key areas:

  • Human Anatomy
  • Human Physiology
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology
  • Psychology
  • Medical and Surgical Conditions
  • Biomechanics
  • Kineseology
  • Disability prevention
  • Rehabilitation
  • How to enter the field?
  • A degree (BSc) or a professional course (BPT of four years with a 6-month internship). As a professional discipline, the demand for physiotherapists improved the degree attained its professional avatar as BPT. Physiotherapy (BPT) the duration is usually four-and-a-half years. 

What is Career Prospects?

Graduates work in hospitals, community health centres and agencies, rehabilitation units, or in preschool and school programs. Alternatively, they may prefer to work in private practice offering treatments to a full range of patients or specialising in areas such as sports physiotherapy, manipulative physiotherapy, paediatrics, obstetrics, orthopaedics or other fields of particular interest. Additional employment opportunities exist for researchers, advisors or consultants in educational, industrial or government institutions.

Physiotherapists are required in each department of a hospital, be it ICU or geriatrics and they can also choose to work independently or be part of a multidisciplinary team. You can enjoy flexible working hours as a consultant, choosing the number of hours you work every day.Some hospitals choose to pay physiotherapists according to the number of patients he or she sees. Initial remuneration of physiotherapists varies from place to place.

In India, the starting salary ranges from Rs. 25,000 to Rs.30,000 per month. Generally, private hospitals provide remuneration ranging between Rs. 25,000 to Rs.55,000 per month for a fresher.

In a government hospital like AIIMS, you begin as a Junior Physiotherapist and earn approximately Rs. 30,000 per month.  The progression in designations is Physiotherapist followed by Senior Physiotherapist earning about Rs. 45,000 per month, followed by Superintendent earning about Rs.60,000-70,000 per month and then Chief Physiotherapist earning about Rs.80,000 per month. 

What are the documents that we should submit at the time of admission?

The students seeking admission should submit the below mentioned certificates in original as it is required to verify the eligibility and to approve admission to the course by University. For Indians seeking admission - Marks card of Secondary Education (10 th standard), Marks card of Higher Secondary Education (12 th standard), Transfer Certificate issued by the concerned university, Migration Certificate issued by the concerned university, Date of Birth Certificate.

Program Outcome (POs)

Knowledge :Better understanding of the structures & physiological studies of mechanical,physical& biochemical functions of human body along with their functions of major body systems.
Problem analysis: Develop a clinical or counseling services assess and treat mental,emotional&behavioral disorders.
Development of solutions: Foundation for understanding all biological process that provide explanations for the causes of many diseases in human body.
Practical application: to describe the concept of posture and function of joints and muscles. Prescribed to correct impairments,restore muscular and skeletal functions,improvement in gait and balance , prevention and promotion of health,wellness& fitness
Skills: Facilitate muscle relaxation,prevention of atrophy,muscle rehabilitation and re-education by electrical muscle stimulations
Design : Evaluate skilled movement patterns which can be employed for many different purposes including pain reduction & functional improvement using various force systems.
Basics: Acquire the knowledge of cell injuries and changes. Gained knowledge through pharmacological studies which provides significant positive impact on human health.
Clinical enhancement: Understand the mechanism of injuries and learn how to diagnose and manage orthopedic conditions. Focused on assessing and treating patient with neurological disorders. Understand patient’s conditions related to heart,lungs and thorax
Management: Assess the individual with the aim of diagnosis ,treatment and preventing disease that leads to illness. Assess the individual with the pre and post operative indications for all types of surgeries.
Skill Practise: Treatment and rehabilitate of musculoskeletal systems that has been subject to injury and trauma, Gain maximum potential,independence and optimize the quality of life in patient with neurological conditions.
Life long outcome: Provide rehabilitation process to cure medical conditions and pre -post operative surgeries. Performed to prevent cardiac and respiratory problems or minimize the risk of reoccurrence with the help of rehabilitation.
Ethics: Provide an opportunity to investigate a clinically relevant topic and to meaningful contribute to the profession.

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