Bachelor of Physiotherapy Admission
Academic year 2021 - 2022
Application form for Admission to BPT program for the academic year 2021-22 Click here
|Sr. No.||Name of Course||No. of Intake(per year)|
|1||Bachelor of Physiotherapy||100|
The candidate desirous to seek admission to Physiotherapy programmes, need to appear in Common Entrance Exam (CET) conducted by MGM Institute of Health Sciences, Navi Mumbai
Eligibility for admission to BPT:
Candidate seeking admission to first year Bachelor in Physiotherapy (BPT):
- The minimum age for admission shall be 17 years as on 31st December 2020
- The minimum educational requirements shall be;
- A candidate should have passed in the subject of PCB & English Core/ English Elective individually and must have obtained a minimum of 50% marks taken together in PCB in the qualifying examination i.e. (10+2) from recognized board under AISSCE/ CBSE/ ICSE/ SSCE/ HSCE or equivalent Board.
- Students passed 10+2 examination in Science conducted by National Institute of Open School with 50% marks.
- Relaxation of 5% marks is applicable for SC/ST candidates.
- Candidate shall be medically fit.
- Merit based on Entrance examination conducted by MGMIHS.
MGM CET BPT:
- MGM CET BPT paper will be of 3 hours duration containing 200 multiple choice questions (MCQs), out of which 50 each will pertain to Chemistry & Physics and 100 to Biology
- Syllabus for MGM CET BPT will be same as for HSC (10+2) or equivalent examinations.
- All questions are compulsory.
- Each question will be of single best response objective type with four answer options.
- Candidate should completely darken one and only one best response (oval) on OMR answer sheet.
- Each correct response shall be awarded one mark.
- There shall be NO NEGATIVE MARKING for wrong answers.
|Fees Heads||When to Pay||Mode of Payment||Amount (INR)|
|Tuition fees (per annum)||a) At the time of admission
b) At the start of 2nd / 3rd / 4th academic year (July / August)
|Online payment through University website||2,00,000/- (Merit Category)
4,00,000/- (MGMNT Category)
|University eligibility fees||One time within three months after college starts through online payment mode of University||Online payment through University website||20,000/-|
|Caution Money Deposit (Refundable)||At the time of admission||At College level||20,000/-|
|Other fees||At the time of admission||At College level||5,000/-|
Note: Hostel and mess fees will be separate if opted for (For details please contact respective college offices)
Cancellation of Admission
Details of Cancellation & Refund of fees for the Academic Year 2021 – 2022
This policy is based on UGC guidelines as released in October 2018
Commencement of Program: Tuesday, 1 St November 2021
|Point of time when notice of cancellation of admission is received in the Institute||Percentage of refund of fees*||Important dates|
|15 days or more before the formally notified last date of admission / start of academic term||100 %||29.10.2021 to 05.11.2021|
|Less than 15 days before the formally notified last date of admission / start of academic term||90 %||06.11.2021 to 15.11.2021|
|15 days or less after formally notified last date of admission / start of academic term||80 %||16.11.2021 to 29.11.2021|
|30 days or less after formally notified last date of admission / start of academic term||50 %||30.11.2021 to 15.12.2021|
|More than 30 days after formally notified last date of admission / start of academic term||00 % (No refund)||After 16.12.2021|
Note : Cancellation request must be received in writing to college office to process the refund. Refund will be made within 7 (seven) working days.
Code of Conduct
Professional ethics and behavior standards:
Maintaining an appropriate professional image and conduct is a prerequisite to gaining patient confidence and being able to carry out effective therapy. The profession demands maintenance of bio-ethics & moral code of conduct. Discipline, moral attitude, punctuality and professional conduct with humanity are a primary requisite of the profession.
- 1College timings are from 9.00am to 4.00pm.Students are required to report to college before 9.00 am.
- 2A grace time of 5 minutes will be allowed to a student entering late in clinics, classes following which they will be marked absent.
- 3Any student remaining absent due to a foreseeable reason should inform the respective class in charge & office staff in writing.
- 4If the student remains absent due to a medical reason, the information should be mailed to the respective class in-charge or the Principal. On the day of re-joining, the student must produce a medical certificate for absence; and a letter from parent / guardian informing the Principal about the same. A Medical Certificate will NOT be accepted at a later date.
- 5Every student should have mandatory 75% attendance in lectures, practical and clinics respectively. Students with less than 75% attendance will not be eligible to appear for University examination.
- 6When lectures are followed by clinics, students will have to reach the class within 10 minutes, after which they will be marked absent for that particular practical or clinics.
- 7Students should wear uniform, aprons with identity badges in the campus for all practical, clinical, classroom sessions & examinations.
- 8Use of mobile phones is prohibited during lectures, practical, clinics, symposiums/ Presentation & examination. Failure to comply, will result in confiscationof the phone which will be returned only on program completion.
- 9Students are required to report to college in the prescribed uniform as per MGMIHS guidelines for MGM School of Physiotherapy, Navi Mumbai. Uniform comprises of blue half sleeves T shirt with MGM Logo and black trousers.
- 10Students should refrain from wearing accessories like long earrings, flashy bracelets, watches etc.
- 11Haircuts and personal grooming need to be neat, conservative, inconspicuous and practical and allow one's duties to be performed without embarrassment or Code of Conduct inconvenience. Students (girls) should tie their hair neatly, & boys should support neatly cut short hair and be clean shaven.
- 12Communication forms an important part of health care.Use of indecent language, improper behavior and unethical practices will not be permissible.
- 13Silence should be observed in college premises especially when lectures / practical for other batches are taking place.
- 14Students will be provided locker facility to keep their bags. Students should refrain from carrying bags into clinics & practical laboratories.
- 15Students should carry their lockers keys every day. In case of loss of key, the student should not break the lock of their lockers without permission. A written application for permission for breaking the lock, addressed to the principal, stating reason for breakage should be submitted.
All students are expected to follow code of discipline. Students failing to maintain rules and code of conduct will be given one warning.Repetition of inappropriate behavior will invite disciplinary action by concerned authorities. Students need to comply to the following failing which they will be marked absent for the day.
- 1College timings extend from 9.00 am to 4.00 pm .Occasionally preplanned activities may require students to stay beyond the designated hours.
- 2Attendance reports and performance reports are sent to parents each quarter and parents of students with inadequate attendance / unsatisfactory performance may be asked to meet the year co-coordinator/Principal for discussion.
- 3Parents who wish to discuss any matter with faculty or designated authorities may take prior appointment from administration staff and visit.
- 4All parents by default are members of the Parents Teachers Association. Meetings of the same will be held bi annually with prior intimation.
- 5Parents can communicate with elected members for each academic year and put forth their views which can be discussed in the next PTA with the permission of the chair.
- 6Transportation facility is available for students for traveling back to college premises from clinical posting areas.
- 7Hostel facility is available for students residing outside Mumbai.
Semester 1 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT001: Human Anatomy – I (Theory)
- BPT002: Human Anatomy – I (Practical)
- BPT003 : Human Physiology – I (Theory)
- BPT004 : Human Physiology - I(Practical)
- BPT005 : Kinesiotherapy – I (Theory)
- BPT006 : Kinesiotherapy – I (Practical)
- AECC001 : Biophysics and medical electronics
- AECC002 : Environmental Sciences
- AECC003 : English and Communication Skills
- BPTCLT001 : Clinical training
Semester 2 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT007 : Human Anatomy - II (Theory)
- BPT008 : Human Anatomy - II (Practical)
- BPT009 : Human Physiology – II (Theory)
- BPT010 : Human Physiology – II (Practical)
- BPT011 : Kinesiotherapy – II (Theory)
- BPT012 : Kinesiotherapy – II (Practical)
- BPT013 : Thermal Agents (Theory)
- BPT014 : Thermal Agents (Practical)
- AECC004 : Biochemistry
- AECC005 : Environmental Sciences
- BPTCLT002 : Clinical training
Semester 3 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT015 : Kinesiology
- BPT016 : Clinical Applications of Kinesiology
- BPT017 : Electrotherapy (Theory)
- BPT018 : Electrotherapy (Practical)
- BPT019 : Pharmacology
- BPT020 : Psychiatry & Psychology
- SEC001 : Indian Human Movement Science I - Yoga therapy
- AEEC001 : Ergonomics and health promotion
- AEEC002 : Personality development and learning styles
- BPTCLT003 : Clinical training
Semester 4 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT021 : Physiotherapy Skills (Theory)
- BPT022 : Physiotherapy Skills (Practical)
- BPT023 : Electro – Diagnostics (Theory)
- BPT024 : Electro – Diagnostics (Practical)
- BPT025 : Pathology & Microbiology
- BPT026 : Sociology
- BPT027 : Research Methodology
- SEC002 : Indian Human Movement Science II
- AEEC003 :Biostatistics and SPSS
- AEEC004 : Medical Ethics, Human rights & professional values
- BPTCLT004 : Clinical training
Semester 5 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT028 : Medical and surgical aspects of musculoskeletal conditions
- BPT029 : Medical and surgical aspects of Cardiovascular, pulmonary disorders and general medical conditions
- BPT030 : Diagnosis of movement dysfunction and ICF (Theory)
- BPT031 : Diagnosis of movement dysfunction and ICF (Practical)
- BPT032 : Public Health
- GEC001 : 2D motion capture
- GEC002 : Device Innovation and IPR
- AEEC005 : Diagnostic Radiology
- AEEC006 : Pulmonary Function Test
- BPTCLT005 :Clinical training
Semester 6 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT033 : Medical and surgical aspects of Neurological disorders
- BPT034 : Physiotherapy for women and child care (Theory)
- BPT035 : Physiotherapy for women and child care (Practical)
- BPT036 : Public Health and preventive Physiotherapy (Theory)
- BPT037 : Public Health and preventive Physiotherapy (Practical)
- BPT038 : Physiotherapy in Geriatric care (Theory)
- BPT039 : Physiotherapy in Geriatric care (Practical)
- BPT040 : Introduction to Evidence Based Physiotherapy (Theory)
- BPT041 : Introduction to Evidence Based Physiotherapy (Practical)
- SEC003 : Clinical Biomechanics
- SEC004 : Vestibular Rehabilitation
- BPTCLT006 : Clinical Training
Semester 7 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT042 : Musculoskeletal PT I (Theory)
- BPT043 : Musculoskeletal PT I (Practical)
- BPT044 : Cardiovascular and Pulmonary PT I (Theory)
- BPT045 : Cardiovascular and Pulmonary PT I (Practical)
- BPT046 : Neurophysiotherapy I (Theory)
- BPT047 : Neurophysiotherapy I (Practical)
- SEC005 : Hand rehabilitation
- SEC006 : Foot Rehabilitation
- SEC007 : Aquatic Therapy
- SEC008 : Sports Physiotherapy
- BPTCLT007 : Clinical Training
Semester 8 (20 weeks teaching/ 36 hours/week)
- BPT048 : Musculoskeletal PT II
- BPT049 : Musculoskeletal PT II
- BPT050 : Cardiovascular and Pulmonary PT II
- BPT051 : Cardiovascular and Pulmonary PT II
- BPT052 : Neurophysiotherapy II
- BPT053 : Neurophysiotherapy II
- BPT054 : Research Project
- SEC009 : Neurodevelopmental techniques
- SEC010 : Physiotherapy in Intensive Care Unit
- SEC011 : Splinting and Bracing
- SEC012 : Integumentary Physiotherapy
- BPTCLT008 : Clinical Training