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    • An outlook on Specific Learning Disability

      If your child struggles with listening, speaking, reading, writing, spelling, or math, take a note of the specific issues you see. These can be the signs of Specific Learning Disability (SLD). Your child might be weak in some specific subject areas like reading, writing or Maths. This can be the result of SLD whereby a student has significant difficulty in one academic area while coping well, or even excelling, in other areas of academic, sporting or artistic achievement. A specific learning disability is a disorder that interferes with a student’s ability to listen, think, speak, write, spell, or do mathematical calculations. Students with a specific learning disability may struggle with Reading (Dyslexia) Writing (Dysgraphia) Math (Dyscalculia) or Co-ordination- (Dyspraxia) And many others Learning disorders, if not recognized and managed, can cause problems throughout a person’s life. These problems include increased risk of greater psychological distress, poorer mental health, dropping out of school and unemployment. There are around 13 to 14 per cent of all school children suffering from special learning disorders In India. SIGNS OF SPECIFIC LEARNING DISABILITIES Difficulty reading Difficulty understanding the meaning of what is read Difficulty with spelling Difficulty understanding number concepts & calculation Difficulty with mathematical reasoning It is not certain why & how SLD is caused, but the reasons could be hereditary, complications during pregnancy, consumption of alcohol, smoking during pregnancy or some severe accident or injury. The sooner your child’s learning issue is identified, the sooner you can arrange for the proper interventions. Though it is believed there is no cure for learning disorders but early intervention can reduce the effect & can develop ways to cope up with these disabilities. As a parent, you should be cautious about treatments that are promoted as a cure for learning disabilities. Many medical interventions are unproven, ineffective and are extremely costly with no independent research. The Model Centre of Children with Special Needs (MCCWSN) is a response of Margdarsi to find solution for Childhood disorders that cause disability. Our experts help building on the child’s strengths and finding ways to compensate for the child’s weaknesses. Our interventions vary depending on the nature and extent of the disability. We provide the least restrictive environment to a child for appropriate results. This means the teaching environment meets a child’s needs and skills while minimizing restrictions to typical learning experiences. MCCWSN provides varieties of rehabilitation therapies to reduce the SLD effects. These include: Occupational Therapy- It helps the children suffering from Dysgraphia (those who have trouble using their hands) & also with sensory processing issues. Our occupational therapists work with the children to practice physical skill that makes them move confidently & creatively. Educational Therapy- Our educational therapists are more than just tutors. The teaching modules are built to work with & around the child’s learning issues. Speech Therapy- Helps the children with dyspraxia (Language- based issues). Our speech therapist work closely with the children who have difficulties in communicating & understanding what they hear. Our Social Skill Group- We help the children with behavioral issues & teach them how to start conversation & control their emotions. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)- It is very effective way of coping with the effects of anxiety & depression in the children who are very impulsive. The overall treatment by our well qualified professionals is primarily focused on eliminating the results & signs of Learning Disorders. As a parent, you know your child best, and it’s up to you to get the evaluation process in motion. Early the intervention, better the results.

    • What kind of opportunities IHS offers it's student

      In the developing country like India it is quite challenging to cure most forms of disabilities due to lack of proper health care institutes. But since 1999, Institute of Health Science has left no stone unturned for treating the people’s suffering from any form of disability. Functioning under the big umbrella of Margadarsi, I.H.S is dedicated to the welfare of the disabled and development of the rehabilitation & health sciences in Odisha. IHS is the finest institute in the state which is expert in treating all forms of disabilities like Speech impairment, Hearing Impairment, Autism, Physical Disability, etc. IHS is the only institute in the state whichalong with treatment facilities, provides unique Medical Degree courses of rehabilitation sciences viz. “Bachelor in Physiotherapy” (BPT), Master in Physiotherapy (MPT), “Bachelor in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology” (BASLP) and “Master in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology” (MASLP). The courses are recognized by the Government of Odisha, affiliated to Utkal University & approved by the RCI, New Delhi . It is the best institute in the state to study Audiology & physiotherapy, as in a very short span of time, it has earned many recognition and appreciations. It is a recognized Training Center of Health & Family Welfare Department, Govt. of Odisha for Medical officers & Para-Medical Personnel. It is an associate of OPEPA in their Integrated Education for the Disabled (IED) program. IHS provides its services to cure disability of the people with its incomparable facilities. The Neonatal hearing clinic,Hearing Care clinic, Cochlear Implant Clinic,Gerentology Clinicare completely dedicated for healing the sufferings of the hearing impaired people. The students pursing BASLPhere get the opportunity to study along with a good practical experience with high tech diagnostic equipments like • Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometer • Oto Acoustic Emission System • Digital hearing aid Programming (HIPRO), etc IHS gives the scope to budding Physicians to boost their career in BPT (Bachelor in Physiotherapy) Full fledged department of physiotherapy caters to the needs of the patients with musculo skeletal disorder. Students here get the top-notch facilities& environment to seek the prime career. Along with practical knowledge the students can assess many other facilities like the Library, Lab,Hostels etc . The Roupya Memorial Library is a comprehensive collection of books, journals & periodicals. There is Internet facility for the students for browsing the web to get latest information. The hostel ambience is soothing & calm making it a perfect place to study. Managed by the responsible staffs of the institute, the students get home like facilities& feel. IHS is alsowell equipped with optimum facilities & infrastructures that helps the student to learn things by practically doing it. The latest facilities in the labs keep the students at pace with technology & science. And the 100% Placement record is a tradition here. The department of Training and Placement, institute interactive division of the institute has these following functions and responsibilities: • Organizing and coordinating frequent industrial visits, implant training and projects • Expert counseling. • Makes available updated database and job profile of the companies • Organizes and coordinates Campus Placement Program, • Organizes Workshops on Soft Skill Training • Personality Development • Interpersonal & Communication Skills • Program on “Technology Management” • Aptitude Training, ETC We are proud to announce few of our top recruiters: Apollo Hospital,AMRI Hospitals, Amplifon, Fortis, KIIT and many others. We wish to see aspiring professionals wishing to build a career which is dedicated for healing the sufferings of the people.

    • How can we help you out from hearing loss ?

      Imagine being cut off from communication with your loved ones. Conversations happen around you but you can’t really participate. It becomes easier to stay at home because it is too frustrating to try and hear what your friends are saying. Hearing loss is a common problem caused by noise, aging, disease, and heredity. As you age, you experience a number of changes in the way your body functions. Hearing Loss might be one of these changes. Age-related hearing loss (Presbycusis) is the loss of hearing that gradually occurs in most of us as we grow older. Almost 1 in 2 adults over age 65 experience some degree of hearing loss. Although age-related hearing loss is not a life-threatening condition, it can have a significant impact on your quality of life, if left untreated. Problems that stem from hearing loss in the elderly include: Depression Withdrawal from social life Loneliness Anger Decreased personal safety Cognitive decline Poor health Generally, Hearing loss is caused by physical changes in the ear, the auditory nerve, or in the ability of your brain to process sound. But age related hearing loss is generally caused due to: Changes in the structures of the inner ear Changes in blood flow to the ear Diabetes Use of certain medications Family history of hearing loss Impairment in the nerves responsible for hearing Changes in the way that the brain processes speech and sound Damage to the tiny hairs in the ear, responsible for transmitting sound to the brain Exposure to loud noises Smoking Older people who can’t hear well may become depressed, or they may withdraw from others because they feel frustrated or embarrassed about not understanding what is being said. Sometimes, older people are mistakenly thought to be confused, unresponsive, or uncooperative because they don’t hear well. Symptoms of age-related hearing loss typically begin with an inability to hear high-pitched sounds. Other symptoms that may occur include: Certain sounds seeming overly loud Difficulty hearing in areas that are noisy Difficulty hearing the difference between “s” and “th” sounds ringing in the ears turning up the volume on the television or radio louder than normal asking people to repeat themselves being unable to understand conversations over the telephone If you are diagnosed with Age Induced Hearing Loss, Margadarsi will work with you to improve your hearing and quality of life through Hearing aids to help you hear better- Hearing Aids are electronic instruments you wear in or behind your ear. They make sounds louder. To find the hearing aid that works best for you, you may have to try more than one. Examples like- Behind The Ear (BTE), Mini BTE, In-The-Ear (ITE), In-The-canal (ITC), Completely-In-Canal (CIC) Cochlear Implant– Cochlear implants are small electronic devices surgically implanted in the inner ear that help provide a sense of sound to people who are profoundly deaf or hard-of-hearing. Hearing loss can’t be reversed, but further damage can be stopped with some simple lifestyle adjustments such as Avoid repetitive exposure to loud sounds. Wear ear protection in places where there are loud sounds. Control your blood sugar if you have diabetes. Seek prompt help from your doctor if you develop symptoms of age-related hearing loss. As your hearing loss increases, you’re more likely to lose your ability to understand speech. However, you may keep this ability, or minimize the loss, if you seek early treatment.

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    • NAAC | Institute of Health Sciences | Bhubaneswar

      Quick Links Code of Conduct for Staff Outreach & Extension Activities Grievance Redressal Cell Code of Conduct for Students Rules & Regulation Internal Complaint Cell Anti-Ragging Cell Attendance HR Policy MA In Yoga Quick Links Research & Development Student Welfare Faculties Development Industry & Govt. Collaboration Green Initiative Divyangjan Facility Patient Treatment ICT & LMS Committees National Service Scheme (NSS) Code of Ethics About IHS Academics Contact Us Recognitions Facilities Careers Bachelors of Audiology & SLP Bachelors of Physiotherapy Value Added Courses Feedback RTI (Hindi) Ethical Committee Chandaka Village, Chandaka, Bhubaneswar-754005, Odisha Campus Corporate N2/41, IRC Village, Nayapalli Bhubaneswar-751015, Odisha PH: 0674-2553640 / 2550054 admission@ihsindia.org Home About Academics NAAC IQAC Blog Contact Login NAAC Undertaking Apply for 2020 Admissions Now! Apply Now 0674-2553640 / 2550054 admission@ihsindia.org ADMISSIONS 2020 OPEN! LOGIN SEARCH SITE 1.1-Number of students year-wise during the last five years ​ Download 1.1 Number of outgoing final year students year-wise during the last five years Download 1.2 Number of first year students admitted year-wise in the last five years Download 1.3 Number of full time teachers year wise during the last five years ​ Download 2.1 Number of sanctioned posts year wise during the last five years ​ Download 2.2 Total Expenditure excluding salary- year wise during the last five years (INR in Lakhs) Download 3.1 Total Expenditure excluding salary- year wise during the last five years (INR in Lakhs) Download 3.1_DVV Self Study Report - Cycle 1 1. Curricular Aspects 2. Teaching - Learning & Evaluation 3. Research Innovations & Extensions 4. Infrastructure & Learning Resources 5. Student Support & Progression 6. Governance, Leadership & Management 7. Institutional Valued & Best Practices 2. Teaching Learning & Evaluations 2.1 - Student enrollment & profit 2.1.1 2.1.1- Admission report duly signed by the HOD 2.1.1- Consolidated Summary 2.1.1- GOVT ltr & Caste Certificate 2.1.2 2.1.2 - Final 2.1.3 2.1.3- List of students 2.1.3- Name of students 2.1.3- Admission letter & Copy of the domicile certificate 2.2- Catering & Student Diversity 2.2.2.1-Slow performer 2.1.2- Slow learner 2.2.2.1-Slow performer 2.2.2- Student Full time Faculty Ratio 2.3- Teaching- Learning process 2.3.2-Institution facilitates the use of Clinical Skills Laboratory 2.3.1- Detail of training program 2.3.2-ESTD Geotag Photo Report 2.3.4 - Student Mentor Ratio 2.3.4 Copy of circular pertaining the details of mentor and their allotted mentees 2.4- Teaching profile & quality 2.4.1-Santioned post 2.4.1-Full time teacher 2.4.3-Experience Certificate 2.4.3-Consolidate E.C 2.4.4 - Delivery of E-Content & E-Course 2.4.4 Weblinks of ICT & LMS to the contents delievered by the faculty hosted 2.4.4 Certificates of completion of training for development of & delivery of e-content / e courses/ video lectures/ demonstrations 2.4.5 - Average percentage of full time teachers who received awards and recognitions for excellence in teaching, student mentoring, scholarships, professional achievements at state, national, international levels from government /government recognized agencies/ professional associations/ academies for the past five years E - copies of award letters for achievements 2.5- Evaluation process & reform 2.5.4 2.6-Incremental performance in Pass percentage of final year students in the last five years 2.6.2 List of Programmes and the no of students passed and appeared in the final year examination each year for the last five years 2.7-Students Satisfaction Survey 3. Research Innovation & Extensions 7.1.1- Gender Equity 7.1.1 Report of Program with Photos & Circulars Gender Equity 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 7.1.3-Alternative source of energy Geo tagged Photos 7.1.3_DVV 7.1.5-Water Conservation Geo tag pics Maintenance of water body 7.1.6-Green campus 7.1.6 Green Campus Initiatives 7.1.6 Circular 7.1.6 Green Policy 7.1.6 Battery Power Vehicle 7.1.6 Geotagged Photos 7.1.6 Additional Information - Ban of Plastic 7.1.7-Disabled Friendly barrier free Geotag pic of facility availble 7.1.9-Code of Conduct 7.1.9- Annual Awareness program 7.1.9- Monitoring committee 7.1.9- Weblink of Code of Conduct 1. Curricular Aspect 1.3-Curriculam Enrichment 1.3.2- Courses content for value added courses 1.3.2 - List of Value Added Courses 1.3.2 - Photos 1.3.3 - Students Enrolled in VAC 1.3.4 - Students Undertaking field visit Clinical 1. Community Activities 2. Report on NSS special camp 3. Completion Certificate 1.1-Curriculam Design & Development 1.1.2 - List of Teachers 1.1.2 - Scan Copy Letter 1.2-Academic flexibility 1.2.1.1-Percentage of interdisciplinaryinterdepartmental coursestraining across 1.2.1.2-Number of courses in all Programmes year wise during the last five years 1.2.2-Average percentage of student enrolled in subject related certificate-Diploma 1.2.1.2- Number of courses in all programme during last five years 1.4- Feedback System 1.4.1 FEEDBACK ANALYSIS 1.4.1 Collected Feedback Form 1.4.2 Action taken report 4. Infrastructure & Learning Resources 4.1.4-Infrastucture Development 4.1.4 Average Expenditure for Infrastructure Development and agumentation -5 year 4.1.4 Consolidated Expenditure Towards Infrastructure Development and agumentation 4.2- Clinical Laboratory 4.2.2 - Average Number of Patients per year treated as Outpatient and Inpatient - 5 years 4.2.3 - Average Number of Students exposed to Learning Resource such as Laboratories, Animal House and Herbal Garden 4.2.3 Institutional Data Template 4.2.3 Details of Laboratories, and Herbal Garden 4.2.3 Detailed report of activities and Students Benifitted due to exposure to learning resource 4.2.3 Geotag photos of Herbal plants 4.2.4-Infrastructure for Community based Learning Geo-Tagged Photos oh Health Centre Govt. Order on allotment of THC to the institution. Documents of Residence Facility 4.3-Library as learning resource 4.3-Library as learning resource 4.3.3- E-Library 4.3.3- Institutional Data Template 4.3.6- Certificates 4.3.6- Institutional Data Template 4.3.4 Average Annual Expenditure for Purchase of Books, Journals including E-Journals -5 Years 4.3.4 Consolidated Extract Of Expenditure for Purchase of Books and Journals during the last 5 Years 4.4- IT infrastructure 4.4.1 Percentage of Classrooms, Seminar Halls and Demonstration Rooms with ICT facilities 4.4.1 Institutional Data Template 4.4.1 Geotagged Photos 4.4.3 Available Bandwidth of Internet connection in the Institution 4.4.3 Institutional Data Template 4.4.3 Bill for one month of the last completed Academic Year indicating Internet connection plan 4.5-Maintainance of campus infrastucture 4.5.1 Average Expenditure On Maintenance Of Physical and Academic Support Facilities 4.5.1 Audited Statement of accounts on maintenance of Physical and Academic Support facilities 5. Student Support & Progression 4.1.4-Infrastucture Development 4.1.4 Average Expenditure for Infrastructure Development and agumentation -5 year 4.1.4 Consolidated Expenditure Towards Infrastructure Development and agumentation 4.2- Clinical Laboratory 4.2.2 - Average Number of Patients per year treated as Outpatient and Inpatient - 5 years 4.2.3 - Average Number of Students exposed to Learning Resource such as Laboratories, Animal House and Herbal Garden 4.2.3 Institutional Data Template 4.2.3 Details of Laboratories, and Herbal Garden 4.2.3 Detailed report of activities and Students Benifitted due to exposure to learning resource 4.2.3 Geotag photos of Herbal plants 4.2.4-Infrastructure for Community based Learning Geo-Tagged Photos oh Health Centre Govt. Order on allotment of THC to the institution. Documents of Residence Facility 4.3-Library as learning resource 4.3-Library as learning resource 4.3.3- E-Library 4.3.3- Institutional Data Template 4.3.6- Certificates 4.3.6- Institutional Data Template 4.3.4 Average Annual Expenditure for Purchase of Books, Journals including E-Journals -5 Years 4.3.4 Consolidated Extract Of Expenditure for Purchase of Books and Journals during the last 5 Years 4.4- IT infrastructure 4.4.1 Percentage of Classrooms, Seminar Halls and Demonstration Rooms with ICT facilities 4.4.1 Institutional Data Template 4.4.1 Geotagged Photos 4.4.3 Available Bandwidth of Internet connection in the Institution 4.4.3 Institutional Data Template 4.4.3 Bill for one month of the last completed Academic Year indicating Internet connection plan 4.5-Maintainance of campus infrastucture 4.5.1 Average Expenditure On Maintenance Of Physical and Academic Support Facilities 4.5.1 Audited Statement of accounts on maintenance of Physical and Academic Support facilities 7. Institutional Valued & Best Practises 7.1.1- Gender Equity 7.1.1 Report of Program with Photos & Circulars Gender Equity 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 7.1.3-Alternative source of energy Geo tagged Photos 7.1.3_DVV 7.1.5-Water Conservation Geo tag pics Maintenance of water body 7.1.6-Green campus 7.1.6 Green Campus Initiatives 7.1.6 Circular 7.1.6 Green Policy 7.1.6 Battery Power Vehicle 7.1.6 Geotagged Photos 7.1.6 Additional Information - Ban of Plastic 7.1.7-Disabled Friendly barrier free Geotag pic of facility availble 7.1.9-Code of Conduct 7.1.9- Annual Awareness program 7.1.9- Monitoring committee 7.1.9- Weblink of Code of Conduct 6- Governance Leadership & Management 7.1.1- Gender Equity 7.1.1 Report of Program with Photos & Circulars Gender Equity 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20 7.1.3-Alternative source of energy Geo tagged Photos 7.1.3_DVV 7.1.5-Water Conservation Geo tag pics Maintenance of water body 7.1.6-Green campus 7.1.6 Green Campus Initiatives 7.1.6 Circular 7.1.6 Green Policy 7.1.6 Battery Power Vehicle 7.1.6 Geotagged Photos 7.1.6 Additional Information - Ban of Plastic 7.1.7-Disabled Friendly barrier free Geotag pic of facility availble 7.1.9-Code of Conduct 7.1.9- Annual Awareness program 7.1.9- Monitoring committee 7.1.9- Weblink of Code of Conduct Home About Academics NAAC IQAC Blog Contact Login More...

    • Institute of Health Sciences | India's Premier Institute of BASLP & BPT

      Welcome to the Institute of Health Sciences Institute of Health Sciences (IHS) is one of India's premier medical institutions providing professional rehabilitation courses like BASLP, BPT, etc. It is by far India's only institution that houses all types of therapeutics and rehab support inhouse catering to patients where students can practice and perfect their skills. ADMISSION ENQUIRY Our Top Recruiters Institute of Health Sciences has set trends in quality placements over and over again. Learn about the Institute View All Learn about the facilities View All The Difference at Institute of Health Sciences What Sets Us Apart At IHS, we strive to offer quality education to the BPT and BASLP students, who in turn work for the betterment of rehabilitation. Enhancing the profession of therapy and rehabilitation through education, research and services, helps cement our student’s future which is facilitated by offering them a suitable ecosystem to reap benefits from. There is no greater good than serving mankind and we would be indebted to you, if you wish to support our cause. Pragnya Prusty IHS added value to my life. It gave me an opportunity to meet people of different kinds & learn a number of things. I have received a great support from faculties & placement officials. I am thankful to IHS for providing a platform to enhance my skills to showcase my credibility. Continuous help and assistance of my faculties helped me to own NASA Hackathon as well as get an invitation for visiting Kennedy Space Center. Ratul Dey IHS has provided us an efficient platform to hone our skills. My life at IHS made me stronger and took me a step ahead. I am thankful to all the faculties and our beloved chairman Prof. Satya Mahapatra who guided us during our academic tenure. Biswajit Sadangi It's my immense luck and fortune to be a part of IHS where I could grow in terms of knowledge and advanced skillset. The entire faculty and department leaves no stone unturned to shape one's future. My four years at IHS have been a wonderful experience of learning with prolific exposure to outside. Huge respect, love and devotion for entire faculty members and department. It's their efforts that made me count myself among better professionals. Tamanna Boobna IHS has given me an amazing exposure for the overall growth and development. The campus has a perfect blend of nature and student-friendly amenities. The method of discipline and scholastic approach of the institution helped me to win the runners-up title in the global competition held at Harvard University health innovation booth camp, Boston, United States of America. Why Choose IHS? Download Prospectus Download Download Syllabus Download BASLP Download BPT Download Fee Structure Download We strive to be better than ourselves everyday The world has countless professionals who stem from our academy after pursuing bachelor’s and master’s degree in Audiology, Speech Language pathology and Physiotherapy and keep up with their roots, by serving people across the continents. Education & Service to the Deserving A note from the Chairman's Desk We don’t just give students an education and experiences that set them up for success in a career. We help them succeed in their careers—to discover a field they’re passionate about and dare to lead it. Read More Home About Academics NAAC IQAC Blog Contact Login Apply for 2020 Admissions Now! Apply Now Van Mohatsav Celebration on Campus World Audiology Day Oral Communication Camp Special Operations Group International Symposium on Audiological Medicine Happenings at IHS Institute of Health Sciences, around the year conducts various skill development programs, student seminars and other events for the overall growth of the students, both in curricular and extra-curricular aspects. Frequently asked questions What is the anticipated size of the class? The class size for the Audiology Program is 25 and Physiotherapy program is 30 students depending upon the candidates in the applicant pool. Ultimately, the goal is to keep the class size small enough to provide close mentorship and guidance by faculty but afford students the opportunity to learn and grow with a larger cohort. How early may I submit an application? The application opens in early June. When is the application deadline? July 15. What percentage is required for admission to the program? A minimum higher education cumulative GPA/percentage of 50% scale is required. Are there any pre-requisite criteria required for admission? For more information see the Eligibility criteria page. What kind of financial aid is available to the students? Funding possibilities include the Prerna scholarship, National Scholarship, Medhabruti Scholarship and Margdarsi scholarships are awarded on a merit basis. Low interest loans are available to qualified applicants.Funding possibilities include the Prerna scholarship, National Scholarship, MedhabrutiScholarship and Margdarsi scholarships are awarded on a merit basis. Low interest loans areavailable to qualified applicants. What clinical experiences can I expect in Audiology? Students are exposed to a broad range of clinical experiences. In addition to the Balamukunda Memorial Centre for Audiology, Speech, Language, and Learning in Model Centre for Children with Special Needs (MCCWSN), we currently have off-campus affiliations with Hospitals, private Clinics, Companies, Industries, physician groups, and rehabilitation facilities throughout the India. Clinical experiences include hearing evaluation, hearing aid selection and fitting, cochlear implants, Electro-physiologic assessment, vestibular assessment, and hearing loss management (aural rehabilitation). 0674-2553640 / 2550054 admission@ihsindia.org ADMISSIONS 2020 OPEN! LOGIN SEARCH SITE March 03, 2020 Celebration of World Audiologist's Day at Margdarsi Campus, organised by the staff and local students on: 03.03.2020 Final Semester UG Examination Circular 2020 Click on the above link to download the New Admission Circular for UG Students in 2020. BASLP Internship Notice for Students of 2016-17 Batch The Internship for Bachelor in Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology for Students of 2016-17 is notified. Please click on the above link. Entrance Examination 2020-21 Postponed The Entrance Examination for the courses of BASLP & BPT for the year 2020-21 is postponed until further notice. October 19, 2020 Institute of Health Sciences is inviting online tenders for Medical Equipement from October 19 to 27th, 2020. View Tender Announcements & Programs Home About Academics NAAC IQAC Blog Contact Login More... Quick Links Code of Conduct for Staff Outreach & Extension Activities Grievance Redressal Cell Code of Conduct for Students Rules & Regulation Internal Complaint Cell Anti-Ragging Cell Attendance HR Policy MA In Yoga Quick Links Research & Development Student Welfare Faculties Development Industry & Govt. Collaboration Green Initiative Divyangjan Facility Patient Treatment ICT & LMS Committees National Service Scheme (NSS) Code of Ethics About IHS Academics Contact Us Recognitions Facilities Careers Bachelors of Audiology & SLP Bachelors of Physiotherapy Value Added Courses Feedback RTI (Hindi) Ethical Committee Chandaka Village, Chandaka, Bhubaneswar-754005, Odisha Campus Corporate N2/41, IRC Village, Nayapalli Bhubaneswar-751015, Odisha PH: 0674-2553640 / 2550054 admission@ihsindia.org Courses on Offer Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Bachelor of Science in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (BASLP) course trains students to prevent, identify, and treat hearing disorders in people. View More Bachelors in Physiotherapy Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) deals with the science of physical movement & use of varius modalities for treating diseases after assessment & diagnosis of a condition. View More Master Degree in Yoga (MAY) IHS’s Master degree in Yoga trains students to learn methods to treat and develop skills in yoga therapy View More Other Certification Courses from IHS IHS under Margdarsi provides more than 20 certification courses like Manual Therapy, NDT, etc. under Audiology & Physiotherapy. View More

    • Academics | Institute of Health Sciences

      Quick Links Code of Conduct for Staff Outreach & Extension Activities Grievance Redressal Cell Code of Conduct for Students Rules & Regulation Internal Complaint Cell Anti-Ragging Cell Attendance HR Policy MA In Yoga Quick Links Research & Development Student Welfare Faculties Development Industry & Govt. Collaboration Green Initiative Divyangjan Facility Patient Treatment ICT & LMS Committees National Service Scheme (NSS) Code of Ethics About IHS Academics Contact Us Recognitions Facilities Careers Bachelors of Audiology & SLP Bachelors of Physiotherapy Value Added Courses Feedback RTI (Hindi) Ethical Committee Chandaka Village, Chandaka, Bhubaneswar-754005, Odisha Campus Corporate N2/41, IRC Village, Nayapalli Bhubaneswar-751015, Odisha PH: 0674-2553640 / 2550054 admission@ihsindia.org Home About Academics NAAC IQAC Blog Contact Login With the growing demand of Audiology, Speech Language pathology and Physiotherapy, IHS offers bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in these disciplines in order to giving the students a plethora of career opportunities. Our Courses & Academics Campus Spotlight IHS has received a number of accreditions and recognitions in the field of disability rehabilitation & training and being one of the pioneers of the world, IHS has also bagged some highly prestigious awards. Go to Recognitions Our Awards & Recognitions Our Hostels Our Hostels are great places to stay if you are looking for good accommodation and academic benefits. The trainee students under IHS are accommodated in separate hostels, two for boys and one for girls. Our Library The Roupya Memorial Library of the Institute is the systematic collection, organization, preservation and dissemination of knowledge and information. City Transport Keeping away the students from the hectic traffic of the city, IHS provides its own buses and vans to the day scholars for their safe and comfortable travel. The Cafeteria The food is cooked in traditional Indian style with utmost care in country kitchen and served in the Canteen. We always provide nutritious and hygienic food to our staffs and students to keep them healthy. 24X7 Security The campus is under surveillance of CCTV cameras so that the each and every incident inside the premises recorded to avoid any kind of unpleasant situation. Games & Sports IHS ensures students have enough exposure to games & sports and other extracurricular activities which are deemed important for a student's overall mental and curricular growth Seminar Hall We have a spacious seminar hall which allow our researcher and students to maintain the cohesiveness with updating techniques and technology through several panel discussion. Classrooms IHS always emphasizes the implementation of modern technology in academic curriculum. we have developed some high standard classrooms for its students in order to enhance the scholastic method of studies. Apply for 2020 Admissions Now! Apply Now Information for the Students OUTREACH AND EXTENSION ACTIVITIES Our institution inculcates social value and responsibilities to the faculty members and students by imparting extension activities in the neighborhood for holistic development of the society. Explore GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL CELL The faculty members of Institute of Health Sciences are instructed to maintain the ethics, discipline and integrity in the academic premises. The behavior and conduct of a teacher is always significant for the institution Explore CODE OF CONDUCT FOR STUDENT All student of the institution are expected to conduct themselves in a manner that contributes positivity to the academic premises in which respect, diversity, integrity, opportunity and inclusiveness are valued. Explore RULE & REGULATION The college gives utmost priority for discipline and every one, student or staff, is bound to follow the rules and regulations of the college and maintain strict discipline Explore INTERNAL COMPLAINT CELL IHS maintains a review of the Internal Quality Assessment every month and every quarter and submits the reports to NAAC according to the mentioned guidelines. Explore ANTI-RAGGING CELL IHS under Margdarsi has been built as a very peaceful institution where any form of crime and harrassment has zero tolerance. Ragging is strictly prohibited in the campus. Explore 0674-2553640 / 2550054 admission@ihsindia.org ADMISSIONS 2020 OPEN! LOGIN SEARCH SITE Home About Academics NAAC IQAC Blog Contact Login More... Student Facilities E-magazine: Sanket Student Magazine Sanket is a culmination of student ideas, creative thoughts, and activities, both major and minor, jotted down in form of a beautiful E-magazine. Accessibility & Inclusion Including people with disabilities in everyday activities and encouraging them to have roles similar to their peers who do not have a disability is important for building the capacity of youth, especially youth with disabilities, and making society more inclusive for all individuals. First Aid First Aid provision is in place inside the campus for those in need. Performing Arts IHS Annual Function hosts various programs like Ramp Walks, Cultural & Modern Dance, One-Act Plays, etc. Eminent researchers of IHS prepared a complete book” Fundamental Audiology” in order to help the student to hone their knowledge in this prescribes discipline. Fundamentals of Audiology Phyzimed unveiled in the final day of workshop on Essentials of Ergonomics for Physiotherapists on date: 06.03.2020 Phyzimed Journal 2020 The ISAM Journal is trying to fill the void of a dedicated publication to research and development of Audiology in India since 2010. ISAM Journal will be increasingly relevant in the future in shaping the way, the profession is practiced in India. ISAM Journal 2020 The ISAM Journal's focus is to establish a platform for showcasing Indian talents, Indian R&D, Indian Academic Excellence and Indian Solution to the professional problems in Audiology & Audiological Rehabilitation ISAM Journal 2019 Our Publications Courses on Offer Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Courses Available with Institute of Health Sciences Bachelor of Audiology & Speech Language Pathology. Course Term: 04 Years Apply Now View Course Bachelor of Physiotherapy Course Term: 04 Years Apply Now View Course Masters Degree in Yoga Therapy Course Term: 02 Years Assessment Year 2021 Apply Now View Course Certificate Courses Course Term: Variable Apply Now View Course

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