The MPT program at Garden City University is designed to provide students with the opportunity to gain indepth knowledge and sound practical skills in the specialised area. The program provides post graduate students with advanced techniques in different areas of specialization. It exposes students to recent developments in the field and enhances their intellectual and research skills. The duration of the course is two years spread out in 4 semesters
“Joy of Learning” is the principle guiding strategy for all courses at GCU to promote the motto of providing teaching qualities which will help our students to learn how to perform tasks in a professional manner and also to know about how to perform it in a scientific manner.
GCU employs the “ARM TM ” pedagogy method which fuels ambition in the student, provides ample resources to excel and continuous mentoring for the students to achieve their goal.
To make students acquainted with the advancements in the area of physiotherapy and allied subjects by adopting Core Course Curriculum Consensus (4’Cs) which aids for the practice of critical reading, analytical reasoning and debate which are the basic forms of language analysis.
To enable students to construct their career options from a plethora of specialised courses featuring the whole French literature, thought and culture. In GCU we help student to escalate their knowledge of their chosen areas of studies.
To train students in the skills necessary for further research, both within and outside the academic context.
This Course Is Offered By The Regulating Authority Of Garden City Group Of Institutions And Follows The Guidelines As Opined By UGC
Expertise in evidence-based skill in the management disorders including movement dysfunction in concerned specialty.
Encourage and assist students to develop patented product/service in our University
Advanced skill development.
CME/ workshop in the area of specialization.
Conduct of research project (dissertation) in the area of specialization
Training in specialized centers as per their elective
Purpose of the course
At Garden city University we train PG students to execute all routine physiotherapeutic procedures with evidence based practice and provide advanced knowledge about the treatment procedures and its benefit.
Able to be a prominent member of the multidisciplinary physiotherapy team and treat all the conditions which need physiotherapeutic procedures.
We teach multidisciplinary practice skills.
Able to practice and assess patient independently.
On successful completion of M.P.T programme, the Physiotherapist professional will be able to take up physiotherapy teaching assignments independently for undergraduate teaching programme. He / She will be able to prepare project proposal with selected research design and interpret the evaluated outcome measures (using sound data processing techniques and statistical methods). He/she will be able to practice in his / her specialty area with advanced knowledge and skills.
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND BIOSTATISTICS
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY ,FITNESS AND HEATH PROMOTION
ADVANCED PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONA DIAGNOSIS
SPORTS INJURIES- I
PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSESSMENT AND GOAL PLANNING –I
PEDAGOGY IN PHYSIOTHERAPY EDUCATION
SPORTS INJURIES – II
PHYSIOTHERAPY ASSESSMENT AND GOAL PLANNING –II
ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT & ETHICAL ISSUES
Desirable Aptitude And Areas Of Interest
The students should have the enthusiasm for scholastic activities such as research & development, quality control, IPR, entrepreneurship and they should show interest in a comprehensive discourse.
The students are expected to participate in various academic and also in community based programs, making the most of the opportunities available to you..
You are encouraged to be active in varied extra-curricular activities and enjoy participation in areas such as sport, traveling, outdoor activities and community work.
Although we do not require applicants to have been in paid or voluntary employment, we welcome applications from those who can manifest assiduity and propensity to prioritise by being employed in assignments alongside their studies.