Goutham College of Physiotherapy
NO.1456, 14th Main Road, II Stage Extension, Near Shankarmutt Road, Mahalakshmi Layout, Mahalakshmipuram, Bangalore 560086
Indian Association of Physiotherapists (IAP) Government of Karnataka
Goutham College of Physiotherapy is an institute of higher learning in Bangalore that offers both UG and PG courses in physiotherapy. The college was established by Goutham Educational Academy.
The annual intake for BPT degree is 40 while for MPT it's 15. The institute is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Health Sciences (RGUHS).
All admissions to Goutham College of Physiotherapy are based on scores in the Karnataka CET. The students are provided to the best physiotherapy education by the faculty members of the college.
Scholarships subject to central/state government and college rules.
|KAR CET||Karnataka Common Entrance Test|
Florence College of Physiotherapy is known for the quality of education it provides to the students. The facilities provided by the college are:
Library: The college provides all the latest books related to physiotherapy that the students can use for any research and development purpose.
Labs: The students are provided well-equipped labs with the latest technology for any practical training.
Recreation: The college provides indoor and outdoor sports facilities for the students to use for recreational purpose and take a break from their busy schedule.
Classrooms: The classrooms are well-equipped with audio-visual learning aids for the students to get the best learning experience.
The graduates of the college can become a physiotherapist and work in:
Community Health Centres
Mental Health Centres
A bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy takes around 4.6 years to complete. This includes 4 years of classroom studies and 6 months of clinical internship. A master’s degree in physiotherapy is for two years.
Physiotherapists are in demand all the time across the world. No matter how long people have been on bed due to ailments or accidents, it’s the physiotherapists that help people get back on their feet or move their limbs. A physiotherapist is no less than a doctor, just that he/she doesn’t carry a doctor’s tag.
Yes, a degree in physiotherapy is never the wrong choice. As mentioned above, physiotherapists are needed and there is a huge mismatch in the number of physiotherapists available as opposed to the number of patients. So, the job options for a physiotherapist are immense. You will be working for a hospital or a home-care agency, or even an NGO that looks after homeless people.
Pay wise physiotherapy is an excellent work option.
Yes, there’s an entrance test that one needs to take to join physiotherapy course. The test is conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority. This year it’s scheduled to happen April 2019. BangaloreStudy can help you with admission to this college.