Bachelor Degree in Speech & HearingGhoutam College
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Pass in PUC / PDC / HSC/ 10+2 Any group 50%.
This three year course is designed to offer an understanding of the content and methodology dealing with disorders of Speech and Hearing. It is a comparatively new area of remedial treatment even in advanced countries. In India it is gaining ground rapidly. The wide scope for development in this progressive field make this a challenging course leading to a satisfying professional career, with immense opportunities for post graduate and doctoral specialization. The main objective of Speech and Hearing course will be to provide professional education, clinical experience and research facilities for students and clinical services for patients with Speech and Hearing disorders. Students will be guided over a wide range of subjects which will include Speech Pathology, Audiology, Psychology, Linguistics, Phonetics, Statistics, Neurology, Otalaryngology and also Human Anatomy, Physiology, Pathology, Medicine and Electronics with special stress on portions related to Speech and Hearing disorders. The emphasis through out will be on clinical and practical training. Speech Pathology and Audiology are complimentary sciences. They are taught together so that the graduate may choose to practice in either field and will understand the problems and requirements of both professions i.e. Speech Pathology and Audiology, so that he/she may be able to run a Speech and Hearing Centre independently in the initial stages. Speech Therapy is concerned with assessment of disorders of voice, speech and language. Audiology is the study of Hearing Sciences and is mainly concerned with the different methods of testing, hearing and techniques of remedial education of the hard of hearing. Syllabus : Part I - English, Second Language - Hindi/Kannada, Any language prescribed by Bangalore University. Part II- Speech Pathology, Audiology, Anatomy Physiology, Pathology, Psychology, Electronics & Accoustics, Linguistics Phonetics & Phonology, Clinical - Speech Pathology, Radiology, Clinical Psychology, Electronics & Accoustics.