Bachelor of Occupational Therapy

Overview Of The Program
Occupational Therapy (OT) is a treatment used to address a child’s ability to perform activities of daily living such as walking, eating, drinking, dressing, toileting and bathing. The primary aim of OT is to maximize the child’s potential to participate in activities of everyday life by minimizing the impact of their disability through the use of purposeful activity or modifying the environment to better support participation.
This course will enable our students to take up employment in a wide range of settings, including hospitals, health centers, homes, and schools. It can offer children with various needs positive, fun activities to improve their cognitive, physical, and motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment.
Our students are trained to instruct those with permanent physical disabilities such as spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, or muscular dystrophy, in the use of adaptive equipment, including wheelchairs, orthotics, and aids for eating and dressing. They also design or make special equipment needed at home or at work. Therapists develop computer-aided adaptive equipment and teach those with severe limitations how to use that equipment in order to communicate better.
Calendar Year
2021-2025
List Of Documents

At the time of admission, Students need to submit the following Original Certificates.
1.SSC Marksheet
2.HSC Passing certificate
3.HSC Mark Sheet
4.Leaving Certificate
5.Bonafide Certificate
6.Nationality Certificate
7.Medical Fitness Certificate
8.Migration Certificate (Wherever Applicable)
9.Caste and caste validity certificate (Wherever Applicable)
10.Gap Certificate
11. Equivalence Certificate for NRI students

Subjects covered

First Year

i) Introduction to Occupational Therapy
ii) Anatomy
ii) Physiology
iii) Biochemistry
iv) Fundamentals Occupational Therapy – I
v) Fundamentals of Occupational Therapy – II
vi) Supervised clinical practice

Second Year

i) Pharmacology
ii) Pathology
iii) Microbiology
iv) Psychology
v) Ergotherapeutics – I
vi) Ergotherapeutics – II
vii) Supervised Clinical practice

Third Year

i) Medicine General Medicine Neurology Pediatrics Dermatology Obstetrics and Gynaecology
ii) Surgery General Surgery Orthopedics
iii) Psychiatry
iv) Work Physiology & Ergonomics
v) O.T. In Medical Conditions
vi) O.T. In Surgical Conditions
Supervised Clinical practice

Fourth Year

i) Advances in Occupational Therapy
ii) Occupational Therapy in Orthopedic Conditions
iii) Occupational Therapy in Neurological and Developmental Conditions
iv) Occupational Therapy in Psychiatric Conditions
v) Community Based Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation
vi) Biostatics and research methodology
vii) Supervised clinical Practice

Yearly Syllabus

First Year

i) Introduction to Occupational Therapy
ii) Anatomy
ii) Physiology
iii) Biochemistry
iv) Fundamentals Occupational Therapy – I
v) Fundamentals of Occupational Therapy – II
vi) Supervised clinical practice

Second Year

i) Pharmacology
ii) Pathology
iii) Microbiology
iv) Psychology
v) Ergotherapeutics – I
vi) Ergotherapeutics – II
vii) Supervised Clinical practice

Third Year

i) Medicine General Medicine Neurology Pediatrics Dermatology Obstetrics and Gynaecology
ii) Surgery General Surgery Orthopedics
iii) Psychiatry
iv) Work Physiology & Ergonomics
v) O.T. In Medical Conditions
vi) O.T. In Surgical Conditions
Supervised Clinical practice

Fourth Year

i) Advances in Occupational Therapy
ii) Occupational Therapy in Orthopedic Conditions
iii) Occupational Therapy in Neurological and Developmental Conditions
iv) Occupational Therapy in Psychiatric Conditions
v) Community Based Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation
vi) Biostatics and research methodology
vii) Supervised clinical Practice

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Grading System

Minimum 50% marks required for passing every year.

Fees Per Year/Sem

General – 2,50,000/-

NRI – 4,00,000/-