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Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

  • Duration

    4.5 Years [4 years & 6 months internship]

  • Eligibility Criteria

    10+2 (50%) with PCB

  • Selection Process

    ET+PI

  • Exam System:
    Semester Wise

Objectives:

  • Preparation of Postgraduate student towards  his/her  professional  autonomy  with  self  regulating  discipline  at  par  with  global  standards.
  • Formation  of  base  of  the  professional  practice  by  referral  as  well  as  first  contact  mode  using  evidence  based  practice.
  • Acquainting  a  students  to  with  concept  of  quality  care  at  the  institutional  as  well  as  the  community  levels.
  • Inculcation  of  appropriate  professional  relationship  in  a  multidisciplinary set  up &  patient  management.
  • Incorporation of concept of management in physiotherapy.
  • Experience in clinical training & undergraduate teaching.
  • Providing the honest, competent & accountable physiotherapy services to the community.  
     

Career Prospects

Market Value of Course:

  • Currently there are tremendous openings for Indian Physiotherapist’s   work   in   developed   nations   like   Canada, USA, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Eastern countries.  Moreover, the   increasingly sedentary urban lifestyle and lack of exercise brings on a whole body aches and pains, which requires the assistance of specialized physiotherapists.
  • Numerous clinics, hospitals, health departments, private nursing homes and rehabilitation centers in India and abroad are specialized area where the physiotherapists are employed. They can get self employment by starting private practice. However, commencing a physiotherapy center on your own could call for heavy financial investment.  
  • A career in physiotherapy can lead to a variety of interesting and challenging jobs in the health care system. Physiotherapists get specializations in the areas such as pediatrics, geriatrics, neurology, cardio respiratory, and orthopedics. Physiotherapists can also obtain a doctorate degree and become involved in research.
  • Physiotherapists that demonstrate a high level of skill, knowledge and competence in their work may find many opportunities for growth, such as moving into supervisory or management positions, teaching positions, or they may decide to open their own physiotherapy clinic or service. What are the job roles of a physiotherapist? Physiotherapists work with patients with physical difficulties that may be a result of illness, injury, disability or aging.


Research Mileage:

  • The students have to take up the research projects based on the specified specialization of Physiotherapy i.e. Community based Rehabilitation, Orthopedic Rehabilitation, Sports Rehabilitation, Neurological Rehabilitation, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Manual Therapy in the final semester of the course.

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