Programme ObjectivesJanuary 5, 2023 2023-01-05 14:38
PO1: Employ critical thinking and innovation to analyze challenges, concepts, research, and clinical outcomes and apply them to professional practice.
PO2: Analyze, interpret, integrate and evaluate information with the ability to communicate findings in a written or oral format.
PO3: Demonstrate a broad-based and integrative understanding of basic biological, physical, chemical, and/or psychological concepts that prepare them for careers in health science.
PO4: Approach patient care from a cultural humility perspective that respects varied backgrounds including but not limited to: cultural, social, religious, racial, gender, and ethnic diversity of the patient and family regarding disease and their health.
PO5: Integrate concepts from various scientific fields to meet the requirements for entry-level healthcare administrative positions or admission to professional programs in allied health fields (e.g. Radio Imaging Technique, physical therapy, Medical Laboratory Technology, physician assistant, Public Health, etc).
Department of Paramedical Science
PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PEOs)
PSO1: To demonstrate academic skills and knowledge related to understanding the structural and functional of human body and applied anatomy, physiology in physiotherapy Practice.
PSO2: To apply knowledge of biomechanics of human movement in musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardio-respiratory conditions in planning, recommending, and executing Physiotherapy management.
PSO3: To apply and outline pathology of medical conditions in context with Osteopathy, Interpret & use medical communication.
PSO4: To demonstrate skill in manoeuvres of passive movements, massage, stretching, strengthening, and various manual therapy techniques. Students will integrate Physiotherapy evaluation skills including electro diagnosis on patients to arrive at a Functional/ Physical Diagnosis in musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiovascular, and pulmonary conditions.
PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)
PEO1: Describe the concepts of body unity and interrelationship of body structure and function in the delivery of whole person heath care.
PEO2: Describe how the human body’s self-healing and self-regulatory mechanisms affect treatment options.
PEO3: Articulate the scientific knowledge supporting the use of OPP and OMT, including the basic science of the mechanisms and evidence-based clinical application of OMT in the diagnosis and treatment of somatic dysfunction in the various regions of the body.
PEO4: Name and describe the indirect and direct types of OMT, identifying their indications and contraindications, and articulating their relative value, advantages and disadvantages.
PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)
After completing Osteopathy Course, the students will be able to:
PO1: Employability: The students can work in the following: Defence Ministry of India, in central and state level governmental hospitals, private multi-specialty hospitals and academic institutes, in private companies.
PO2: Environment and Sustainability: Student can work and sustain in his field in country and as well as abroad it has vast field across the globe.
PO3: Modern Tool Usage: The student would be able to use advance skills.
PO4: Lifelong learning: The student would be able to deal with patient, take history of the patient, differentially diagnose the patient, and prescribe the treatment accordingly.
PO5: Entrepreneurship: The student would be able to set up his/her own clinic or joint ventures.
PO6: Understand basic life sciences: The student would be able to know anatomical, physiological, and biomechanical working of human body.
PO7: Skill development: The student would be able to perform various manual techniques to treat the patients.