FAQ's

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).





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