Course in Physiotherapy

Doon (PG) Paramedical College & Hospital
In Dehradun

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Dehradun
28 - Chakrata Road, (Behind Bindal Petrol Pump), , 248001, Uttaranchal, India
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Course in Physiotherapy

Doon (P.G.) Paramedical College and Hospital (DPMC&H); Doon (P.G.) College of Agriculture Science and Technology (DCAST); Doon College of Engineering and Technology (DCET) and Doon Valley College of Education (DVCE), with Head Office at DPMC&H are being run under two educational societies, namely - Chaudhary Charan Singh Memorial Educational Society and Maharani Lakshmi Bai Memorial Educational Society. The Societies have been named in the honour of stalwarts Ch. Charan Singh and Maharani Lakshmi Bai. Ch. Charan Singh was born on 23rd December, 1902 in a small village 'Nurpur' in the Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh in a farmer's family. The untiring and ceaseless endeavor of Ch. Charan Singh's work gave our societies a dynamic thrust that has been our inspiration. On 24th March, 1977 he became the Home Minister of India in the Ministry of Shri Morarji Desai and in 1979 he succeeded Shri Morarji Desai as the Prime Minister of India and remained as Prime Minister till January 1980. He was a philosopher, writer, honest politician, freedom fighter and an excellent orator. He wrote the famous book, "Nightmare of Indian Economy".

Rani Lakshmi Bai, better known as the Rani of Jhansi, was one of the great nationalist of pre-independence India. She sacrificed herself for the country. She was born in Banaras in a Brahmin family and was married to Raja Gangadhar of Jhansi. For many in the Independence movement, she was India's Joan of Arc, martyr and icon, whose example set in motion the freedom struggle that eventually rid the subcontinent of its colonial rulers.

The job opportunities in this field of medical science are vast. The areas includes hospitals, medical centres, rehabilitation centres, sports clinic, gyms and in universities/colleges - academician, specialised schools, work places/companies, public settings (e.g. health malls) etc. More importantly, Physiotherapists can opt for private practice and have wider prospects abroad.


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