PO's

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

POs and its Attributes: Physiotherapy Graduates will be able to-


  • PO 1: System of Health Care: Recognize the role of Physiotherapy in the context of health need of the community and National priorities in the health sectors. Understanding the rules, responsibility and expertise of all health professionals and how they work as a team member to delivered health care with their expertise and ability to communicate effectively with them.
  • PO 2: Fundamental Knowledge: Basic knowledge comprises Human Anatomy, Physiology, pathology, Pharmacology, Medicine, Surgical Conditions and their Physiotherapeutic management and executes particular task and understanding the factor that might disturb normal structure and function with proper rehabilitation how to overcome from underlying problem.
  • PO 3: Assessment: A holistic approach of patient assessment through various learning process with physical therapy domain from impairment to disability and categorized to store towards normal ADL.
  • PO 4: Critical Thinking: Identify, define and deal with problems of professional practice through logical, analytical and critical thinking. Acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to help them practice efficiently and accurately. Apply the methods of evaluation and differential diagnosis in Physiotherapy and develop the appropriate rehabilitation program for patients.
  • PO 5: Manual Approaches: Physical therapy a non- invasive approach an idea lies behind manual therapy by including articular, myo-manual, neural, sensorimotor, gross skill development and along with respiratory exercise to be restoring their normal functioning.
  • PO 6: Physiotherapy and Society: Applying the medical knowledge with contextual frame work to assess societal, health, safety legal and cultural issues and consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional physical therapist.
  • PO 7: Individual and Team Work: Students will be able to work with the medical team in a creative and flexible manner and show responsibility, commitment and leadership in various treatment approaches.
  • PO 8: Professional Ethics: Physical therapy encompasses broad ethical principle and commit to professional ethics providing sound platform to maintain dignity and accountability without medical negligence.
  • PO 9: Communication Skills: Apply the communication and collaboration skills, values, ethics and attitudes that will enable them to effectively deal with patients, families and medical team.
  • PO 10: Research Possesses: Studies by incorporative from practice- based evidence to evidence- based practice. Research strategies and techniques that develop their problem- oriented learning, evidence- based problem solving and decision- making skills in the field of Physiotherapy.
  • PO 11: Management & Finance: Through an understanding of organizational governance, the ability to be an active participant in professional organization where one can use KSA to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environment by using various resources and infrastructure from government NGO.
  • PO 12: Life Long Learning: An appreciation of responsibility to maintain standards of physiotherapy practice gives life learning process enables every individual to address problem solving and judgement in efficient manner.

The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive, training to the students that prepares them for providing a quality physiotherapy care to the patients so that at the end of the course he/she will be able to perform the following –


  • PO1- Demonstrate a critical understanding of the theoretical knowledge, concepts and scientific basis of physiotherapy and by using relevant patient-centred clinical reasoning, assess the needs of an individual and develop, implement and evaluate appropriate intervention strategies to meet their n
  • PO2- Acquire sufficient knowledge and skills so as to impart best of clinical care to the patients using patient centered and evidence based approach.
  • PO3- Demonstrate research literacy by being able to evaluate in depth the available scientific literature associated with physiotherapy practice in order to ensure effective application of therapeutic strategies and evidence based healthcare provision and should be able to take independent research projects
  • PO4- Develop and sustain a high standard of professional communication and interpersonal skills with clients, carers/families and members of a team based on core values of professional practice.
  • PO5- Develop and sustain a high standard of professional communication and interpersonal skills with clients, carers/families and members of a team based on core values of professional practice.
  • PO6- Work autonomously and effectively as a physiotherapist within the legal, ethical and cultural parameters of practice as well as in partnership with individuals, families, groups, communities and with other health and social care providers to enable issues which affect the health and wellbeing of clients to be addressed effectively through inter-professional approaches.
  • PO7- Pursue higher studies like PhD in Physiotherapy
  • PO8- Demonstrate digital and informative literacy by showing competency in the use of information technology as a medium of therapeutic assessment, intervention, evaluation and research.
  • PO9- Acquire sufficient knowledge and skills to get him/her placed in their respective areas of specialization.

PEO's

(Programme Educational Outcomes)

The overall objective of the physiotherapy Program is to prepare students to practice state of the art physical therapy. To do this, students must become licensed in their legal jurisdiction. The educational goals of the curriculum reflect the knowledge, skills and behaviors expected of program graduates. The graduates of the Integral University physiotherapy program will be expected to:


  • PEO1: Demonstrate knowledge of the theoretical basis of physiotherapy.
  • PEO2: Demonstrate clinical competency in evaluation, treatment planning and implementation.
  • PEO3: Integrate knowledge of basic sciences and physiotherapy in order to modify treatment approaches that reflect the breadth and scope of physiotherapy practice.
  • PEO4: Integrate the use of basic principles of research in critical analysis of concepts and findings generated by self and others.
  • PEO5: Actively recognize the rights and dignity of individuals in planning and administering programs of care.
  • PEO6: Identify with and contribute to the aims and ideals of the profession.
  • PEO7: Function as competent physical therapists in any health care setting.
  • PEO8: Demonstrate command of knowledge which is necessary to function as an independent problem solver and learner in the practice environment.
  • PEO9: Practice in an ethical and legal manner.

The overall objective of the physiotherapy Program is to prepare students to practice state of the art physical therapy. To do this, students must become licensed in their legal jurisdiction. The educational goals of the curriculum reflect the knowledge, skills and behaviors expected of program graduates. The graduates of the Integral University physiotherapy program will be expected to:


  • PEO1: Demonstrate knowledge of the theoretical basis of physiotherapy.
  • PEO2: Demonstrate clinical competency in evaluation, treatment planning and implementation.
  • PEO3: Integrate knowledge of basic sciences and physiotherapy in order to modify treatment approaches that reflect the breadth and scope of physiotherapy practice.
  • PEO4: Integrate the use of basic principles of research in critical analysis of concepts and findings generated by self and others.
  • PEO5: Actively recognize the rights and dignity of individuals in planning and administering programs of care.
  • PEO6: Identify with and contribute to the aims and ideals of the profession.
  • PEO7: Function as competent physical therapists in any health care setting.
  • PEO8: Demonstrate command of knowledge which is necessary to function as an independent problem solver and learner in the practice environment.
  • PEO9: Practice in an ethical and legal manner.

PSO's

(Programme Specific Outcomes) PSOs


  • PSO1: Students will be able to know about the physiotherapy concepts and skills related to basic medical knowledge, therapeutic modalities, electrotherapy and special techniques.
  • PSO2: The student able to learn Physiotherapy assessment, treatment, plan and its outcome for appropriate tailored program in effective care and rehabilitation.
  • PSO3: Student learns in analyzing evaluating information and bridging the gap from theoretical knowledge to clinical practice by critical reasoning and problem solving in physiotherapy practice.
  • PSO4: Understand the need of research in formulation of new approach with rational the evidence- based practice to provide sound platform to meet high standard of care and rehabilitation.
  • PSO5: Students will be able to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of physiotherapy practice.

The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive, training to the students that prepares them for providing a quality physiotherapy care to the patients so that at the end of the course he/she will be able to perform the following


  • PSO1 Knowledge and understanding of subject will help the student in planning assessment and diagnosis of the patient with help of various concepts like knowledge of clinical reasoning, screening patients based on special tests and helps them in planning a better rehabilitation of the patient.
  • PSO2 Able to correlate the clinical manifestation to the dysfunction of the Orthopaedic conditions.
  • PSO3 Able to form base of professional practice with the evidence based practice and enables the student to have a better understanding of the subject.
  • PSO4 Able to prevent various Musculoskeletal injuries and plan a rehabilitation protocol.
  • PSO5 Begin to understand an educational plan for continuous learning throughout the professional career.
  • PSO6 Able to adopt understanding, teaching and monitor various Orthopedic conditions and ergonomics in various musculoskeletal injuries.
    The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive, training to the students that prepares them for providing a quality physiotherapy care to the patients so that at the end of the course he/she will be able to perform the following

  • PSO1 Understand the principles and skills underlying the recognition and management of the neurologic diseases.
  • PSO2 Provide an educational program that helps prepare our students so that they may choose it as part of the general professional education.
  • PSO3 Acquisition of the clinical application of basic knowledge of the nervous system.
  • PSO4 Development of communication skills that will facilitate the clinical interaction with patients with neurologic disorders and their families and thus ensure that complete, accurate data are obtained.
  • PSO5 Development of competency in the single system neurological examination.
  • PSO6 Acquisition of the knowledge necessary for the diagnosis and initial management of common acute and chronic neurological conditions.
  • PSO7 Development of clinical problem-solving skills.
  • PSO8 An understanding of the influence of family, community, and society in the care of people with neurological
  • PSO9 Development of strategies for health promotion and prevention of neurological damage.
  • PSO10 Able to understand approach of neurologists to the health care of people with neurologic conditions.

The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive, training to the students that prepares them for providing a quality physiotherapy care to the patients so that at the end of the course he/she will be able to perform the following


  • PSO1 Interpretation of different invasive and non invasive diagnostic investigation to make proper assessment in various respiratory and cardiovascular dysfunction
  • PSO2 Develops the skills to execute different Physiotherapy techniques used in treatment of Cardio-respiratory dysfunctions.
  • PSO3 Demonstrate abilities to select strategies for cure, care & prevention; adopt restorative & rehabilitative measures for maximum possible functional independence of a patient at home, work place & in community
  • PSO4 Able to execute the effective Physiotherapeutic measures with appropriate clinical reasoning to improve pulmonary function.
  • PSO5 Able to design & execute effective tailored cardiopulmonary rehabilitation programme.
  • PSO6 Able to execute the principle of care of patients at the Intensive care area.

The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive, training to the students that prepares them for providing a quality physiotherapy care to the patients so that at the end of the course he/she will be able to perform the following


  • PSO1 Able to perform assessment of players sustaining sports related injuries.
  • PSO2 Able to perform on field evaluation and basic knowledge of first aid which are the cornerstones of management of any sports injury.
  • PSO3 Understand and demonstrate development of injury prevention program for the sports playing population.
  • PSO4 Understanding and development of individual diet and nutrition program for the sports population.
  • PSO5 Understand teach and monitor sports specific mechanics and correct abnormal mechanics.
  • PSO6 Able to Prevent and minimizing various risk factors of sports injuries.
  • PSO7 Able to perform pre-participation evaluation and correct risk factors before main event.
  • PSO8 Able to work out proper fitness regimen and rehabilitation protocol for various sports injuries.

The aim of the course is to provide a comprehensive, training to the students that prepares them for providing a quality physiotherapy care to the patients so that at the end of the course he/she will be able to perform the following


  • PSO1 The course outcomes on the women’s health issues including pre and post natal women.
  • PSO2 The master professional study emphasized in a subspecialty in physiotherapy concerned with the promotion of health throughout the childbearing period and helps the mother to adjust advantageously to the physical and psychologic changes of pregnancy and the postnatal period.
  • PSO3 The role of the therapist in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Involves throughout the period of pregnancy, labour and puerperium and the preoperative and postoperative periods.
  • PSO4 Electrotherapy modalities in Obstetrics, Episiotomy, and its Physiotherapy Management,
  • PSO5 Able to perform Aerobics, Weight Training in Pregnancy, Diastasis Recti, Puerperium and its Physiological Changes, Types of Assisted Delivering Gestational Trophoblastic Disease, Clinical Obstetrics,
  • PSO6 Able to perform Relaxation Techniques, Dyspareunia and its Physiotherapy Management, Pre, and Post Physiotherapy Management for Gynaecological Surgeries.

Department Information

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