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TEACHING

Teaching encompasses a wide range of activities including one-to-one consultations, postgraduate supervision, classroom teaching, supervising students’ practical experience in laboratories, supervising projects, advising students, and assessing students’ work.

While recognizing the diversity in effective teaching practices, there are some common aims and principles. Generally, college and university teaching aims to enable students to reach their highest possible level of learning during their time of enrolment, and to prepare them for life  long learning.

Courses challenge students to think by motivating them to learn and encouraging them to develop their own ideas and approaches to problems.

INFRASTRUCTURE

In compliance with the norms set down by the KNRUHS and IAP ,the College building has been appropriately designed and fully equipped with lecture halls, laboratories, with simulation mannequins to provide hands-on practical training to the students.

The lecture halls are provided with smart boards and LCD projectors. The College also possesses a variety of advanced diagnostic, therapeutic modalities and instruments, utilized for treatment and research work.

Highly qualified and well experienced faculty avail the best teaching practices like integrated teaching, journal clubs, seminars, case presentations, etc. Faculty members actively attend National and International Conferences.

All faculty regularly update themselves by attending Faculty Development Programmes to hone their teaching and mentoring skills. Projects and demonstrations keep students updated with current knowledge of recent advances in the field.

Students are also encouraged to participate and present research papers at various national and international Conferences. Parent-Teacher meetings are regularly conducted to ensure parents are updated on overall progress of their wards.

LIBRARY

The College boats of a library with an impressive collection of books, physiotherapy magazines, national and international journals. A well equipped computer lab with internet connection and Wi-Fi access is available for students and faculty for carrying out various academic activities.

PHYSIOTHERAPY DEPARTMENT

On the clinical front, the Physiotherapy OPD of KIMS hospitals and KIMS College of Physiotherapy is well appointed with modern and latest equipment’s like with advanced electro therapeutic modalities and exercise equipment for pain management. The OPD runs on (Obesity, Spasticity, Pain, Knee, Spine, Endurance and Cerebral Palsy) which are open on different days of the week. The OPD renders the best possible treatment to patients, and give hands-on experience to students.

RESEARCH AND PROJECTS

Research is a continuous on going process that is taking place in both   KIMS hospitals and college of physiotherapy which includes research involvement in various departments
  • Role Of Buteyko Breathing Technique Versus Incentive Spirometry On Breath Holding Time And Exercise Tolerance In Adult Patients With COPD
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation With Nordic Walking Vs Cardiac Rehabilitation With Traditional Walking In Patients On Medical Management After An Acute Coronary Syndrome : A Comparative Study
  • Role Of Short Six Weeks Home Based Aerobic Exercises In Patients With Post Percutaneous Transluminal Coronary Angioplasty(PTCA)
  • To Compare Effectiveness Of Strengthening Exercises Along With Electrical Muscle Stimulations V/S Dry Needling In Decreasing Pain And Increasing Neck Mobility In Patients Suffering From Trapezitis
  • Effectiveness of Swiss Ball Exercises Versus Static And Dynamic Back Extensor Endurance Exercise In Reducing Pain ,Disability, and Improving Muscle Endurance In Patients With Mechanical Low Back Pain
  • Effect Of Hand Arm Bimanual Intensive Therapy In Improving Upper Extremity Function In Sub Acute Stroke Patients

The Effect Of Action Observation Therapy (AOT) Combined With Modified Constraint -Induced Movement Therapy (Mcimt) In Improving Motor Function Of Upper Extremity In Chronic Stroke Patients