S.N.D.T. Women's University
Post - Graduate Institute of Physiotherapy
Dr. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital, Mumbai
Master of Physiotherapy Course
Preamble: The master of physiotherapy course is a full time program of 2 years leading
to the degree that equips the student with analytical, evidence based learning skills.
Scope of the course: • Focuses on gaining advance understanding, knowledge and exclusive
skills in the specialized area.
• Enables in depth clinical reasoning, update students with recent advances
in professional practice and ability to carry out
a comprehensive, logical, safe subjective and physical examination.
• Provides opportunities to work as a consultant, expert clinician in any tertiary
set up and as a teaching faculty in
physiotherapy colleges in India and Abroad.
• Can pursue further study and advancing the knowledge in research and practice
in the specialized area.
The different speciality courses as shown -
MPT : Musculaskeletal Sciences
MPT : Neurosciences
MPT : Cardio-Respiratory Sciences
MPT : Physical Therapy in Community Health Sciences
MPT : Physiotherapy Sciences in Medical and Surgical Care
Eligibility: Candidates taking admission into the Masters Of Physiotherapy course should
be a registered member of lAP or should have passed the BPT degree examination with
the internship program of 6 months from a college or University recognized by Indian
Association of Physiotherapy.
Seats reserved for SC, ST, SCBC, OS category.
Course Outline: Duration of course: 6 semesters - each of 4months duration. At the end
of and 6th semesters the cinicaI
and theory examination will be conducted.
The Final! University Examination will be conducted at the end of the semester.
Brain Mapping and Tele Medicine are included in the course.
Thesis: Each student must carry out a research study during the Masters program.
Submission of the thesis topic and clearance certificate from the Ethic community
must be done before the end of 3rd semester. The Final thesis must be submitted
to the University at the end of 5th semester. Failing to do so, student will be
prohibited from appearing the Final University Examination at the end of 6th semester.
CET Examination to be held on 1th Sunday of May every