Bachelor in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology (BASLP)
IHS's Bachelor in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology or BASLP Program is an undergraduate course of 4 years. The course trains students to become audiologists and speech-language pathologists. They learn methods to treat, identify, and prevent hearing disorders in people.
The BASLP is a four-year degree course.
The core subjects of BASLP are Speech pathology, Language pathology and Audiology.
Linguistics, Electronics, Acoustics, Psychology and Statistics are the allied subjects in this four year program.
The basic medical subjects that prepare the foundation in the clinical competence are Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology and the specialized medical subjects are Otolaryngology, Neurology, and Pediatrics.
This is a graduate level course supported by classroom lectures, demonstrations, Seminars, Workshops, Journal Clubs, Case studies and clinical Conferences.
The program will be supervised by clinical supervisors and guided by the faculties. The content of the course will be continuously updated with the latest trends and developments elsewhere.
For admission to BASLP course under IHS, the applicant must be:
Age limit-17 to 25 years as on 1st July. (Relaxation in age as per Govt. Rules)
Gender- Both boys & girls can apply.
Qualification – Minimum +2 Science (12th standard or Higher Secondary School Certificate from any recognized board or university) with physics, chemistry & mathematics / Biology.
The applicant should have 50% marks in their qualifying examination.
Those, whose results of qualifying exam are awaited, can also apply.
The applicant shall face an aptitude test and shall be admitted on the basis of the test/ interview
A speech-language pathologist job is not only providing treatment and training. They have a great chance to practice in the provision of the full scope of therapy services.
In the current scenario, speech-language pathologists have an extensive market demand in therapy services.
Becoming a speech therapist can enhance your social respect and dignity in various prospects. The in-house job offers you to do the research for effective communication and uses several techniques for the treatment of speech problems.
A BASLP degree from a govt. affiliated institution can give you a strong fundamental on communication technologies, rehabilitation therapies, and audiology. These will be an added extra plus points to secure a good position in the field.
A BASLP degree from a certified institution not only helps you become a medical professional; but also offers you a license to practice in the state also.
Along with a high social standard, the job also provides immense pleasure as you have the chance of offering help to many disabled persons.
As it’s treated as a demanding career, many employers offer abundant positions in this field.
Audiology has been constantly demanded as one of the top jobs in US. According to the American Academy of Audiology, audiologists have top priorities in the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing loss and balance disorders in adults and children.
In the current time, fresher BASLP pass out candidates are earning approximately 50,000/month and this is really commendable.
IHS's Faculty of Audiology train students in a branch of science that studies hearing, balance, and related disorders. By employing various testing strategies, audiologists aim to determine whether someone has normal sensitivity to sounds. This combined with state-of-the-art technology makes IHS one of the premier institutes of India for Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Courses.
Faculty of Audiology
in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology
The Department of Audiology and Hearing Science at Institute of Health Sciences, Chandaka is dedicated to rehabilitating people with Hearing related issues and improving their quality of life.
Audio-Vestibular Medicine is the medical specialty concerned with the Investigation, Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation of both adults and children with Hearing and Balance disorders.
Speech science refers to the study of production, transmission and perception of speech sound, voice and related disorders.
Language disorder is the study of difficulties in the acquisition and use of language in spoken and written due to failure in understanding or production that include reduced vocabulary.
State-of-the-Art hearing aids
Celebrating Audiologist's Day
ISAM Journal Release Event
Dedicated Audiometry Rooms
Why choose BASLP in IHS?
IHS opens your door to a brighter tomorrow in Audiology.
The speech and hearing specialist, commonly referred to as Audiologist and Speech Pathologist from the Institute of Health Sciences is trained to provide services to the sufferers of hearing disorders and speech defects like stammering, stuttering, voice disorder, delayed speech and language development disorders due to mental retardation, deafness, cerebral dysfunction, autism spectrum disorders etc. the speech and hearing professionals are absorbed into various types of roles depending on the organizational setup.
Prof. Satya Mahapatra
With traditional infrastructure & experienced faculty members, IHS is working hard to provide students with good education & clinical skills, so that they are able to succeed in their respective fields
Trainees are highly motivated young specialists, aspiring to new knowledge. IHS gives everyone great teaching and learning experience in a very friendly atmosphere
IHS makes sure students have a holistic environment to learn and grow with like minded teachers and trainers.
Mr. Bhowmick Kandpal
Our students come from diverse backgrounds and hence bring a multitude of views into classroom interactions, thereby enriching the learning experience
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Professor, Department of Speech & Language Pathology
Prof. Satya Mahapatra
Deputy Director, Clinicals,
Audiology and Hearing Sciences
Head of Department,
Audiology & Hearing Sciences
Head of Department, Language Disorders & Communication Sciences
Head of Department,
Head of Department,
Speech Sciences & Speech Pathology
Lecturer, Audiology and Speech Language Pathology