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UG Program - BPT

Program Outcomes
PO1    Understands the structure, function, and dysfunction of various body organs and movement
PO2    Competent to examine, evaluate, diagnose, plan, execute and document physiotherapy treatment independently or along with the multidisciplinary team in movement impairments and functional limitations as per red and yellow flags in any healthcare delivery setting
PO3    Operate, maintain and document physiotherapy equipment used in treatment of patient, physiotherapy treatment planning and procedures independently.
PO4    Be able to appreciate adverse effects associated with physical therapy modalities and procedures, their safety procedures and management strategies
PO5    Be able to appreciate the socio-psychological, cultural, economic and environmental factors affecting health and promote health, wellness and fitness in community.
PO6    Competent and reflective physiotherapy practitioner who can function safely and effectively while adhering to legal, ethical and professional standards of practice in a multitude of physiotherapy settings for patients and clients across the lifespan and along the continuum of care from wellness and prevention to rehabilitation of dysfunction.
PO7    Utilize critical inquiry and evidence-based practice to make clinical decisions essential for autonomous practice.
PO8    Function as an active member of professional and community organizations; service-oriented advocate dedicated to the promotion and improvement of community health.
PO9    Acquire effective communication and leadership skills to work as member of multidisciplinary team and provide patient education about various physiotherapeutic interventions to the patient and care givers
PO10    Appreciates the necessity for lifelong commitment to learning and continuous professional development and understand basic research process to conduct scientific studies and disseminate new knowledge.
PO11    Acquire basic management skills in the area of human resources, materials and resource management related to health care delivery, hospital management, inventory skills and counselling.

 

Course outcomes
Psychology    
CO1    Understand the concept and the importance Psychology in the health delivery system, also gain knowledge on physical and psychological development during human development. Enumerate the role of hereditary and environment in the physical and psychological development
CO2    Describe the types of sensation, attention & its determinants, principles and the factors influencing perception
CO3    Explain motivation, frustration & conflict, emotions & stress management.
CO4    Explain the theories, distribution and assessment of intelligence. Demonstrate the knowledge of creative thinking  and be a effective learner
CO5    Acquire knowledge and approaches to personality, attitude and develop leadership qualities
CO6    Understand the importance of psychological status of the person in Health & disease, environmental & emotional influence on the mind & personality and acquire the knowledge to deal with the patients.Also knows the therapies used  by clinical psychologists    
        
Physiology-I    
CO1    Acquire the knowledge of the relative contribution of each organ system in maintenance of the Homeostasis with special reference to Musculo-skeletal, Cardio-respiratory, and alterations in function with aging.
CO2    Analyze physiological responses & adaptation to environmental stresses- with special emphasis on physical activity & temperature
CO3    Acquire the skill of basic clinical examination (CVS and RS) and hematological investigations relevant to physiotherapy

Human Anatomy-I    
CO1    Understanding of the gross and microscopic structure and development of human body,
CO2     Comprehension of the normal regulation and integration of the functions of the organs and systems on basis of the structure
CO3    Understanding of the clinical correlation of the organs and structures involved and interpret the anatomical basis of the disease presentations.
       
II Semester        
Basic Principles Of Biomechanics    
CO1    Review basic anatomy and define the various terminologies of biomechanics and forces systems acting on the human body
CO2    Identify the various joints and the general properties of the tissues of the body
CO3    Understand the muscle structure and function
CO4    Understand the mechanics of the chest wall
CO5    Apply kinetics and kinematics to the temperomandibular joint
        
Biochemistry    
CO1    Understanding of biochemical and molecular processes involved in health and disease
CO2    Understanding of importance of nutrition in health and disease from physiotherapy perspective
CO3    Understanding of biochemical basis and rationale of clinical laboratory tests, and demonstrate the ability to interpret these in clinical context from physiotherapy perspective
 
Human Anatomy-II    
CO1    Understanding  the gross  structure of human body,
CO2    Comprehension of the normal regulation and integration of the functions of the organs and systems on basis of the structure
CO3    Understanding of the clinical correlation of the organs and structures involved and interpret the anatomical basis of the disease presentations.
        
Physiology-II    
CO1    Acquire the knowledge of the relative contribution of each organ system in maintenance of the Homeostasis with special reference to Neuro-motor, Female Uro-genital function, and alterations in function with aging.
CO2    Analyze physiological responses & adaptation to environmental stresses- with special emphasis on physical activity & temperature
CO3    Acquire the skill of basic clinical examination with special emphasis to Peripheral and Central Nervous system.

III Semester                
Pathology
CO1    Comprehesion of the causes, evolution and mechanisms of diseases
CO2    Knowledge of alterations in gross and cellular morphology of organs in disease states
CO3    Ability to correlate the natural history, structural and functional changes with the clinical manifestations of diseases, their diagnosis and their diagnosis and therapy

Microbiology    
CO1    Understanding of role of microbial agents in health and disease
CO2    Understand and practice various methods of Sterilisation and disinfection
CO3    "Understanding the immune system in health and disease"
CO4    Ability to understand the etiology, pathogenesis, laboratory diagnosis & prevention of common infections.
        
Biomechanics and Kinesiology    
CO1    Review the anatomy and learn about movements occurring at each joint using basic concepts of biomechanics
CO2    Acquire the knowledge of forces acting at various joints.
CO3    Understand the analysis of posture and its deviations.
CO4    Acquire knowledge about the gait and its biomechanical principles.
        
Exercise Therapy-I    
CO1    Describe the terminologies ,concepts, physiological and therapeutic effects of exercise therapy techniques
CO2    Demonstrate the ability to perform basic physical examination  necessary for exercise prescription
CO3    Demonstrate the ability to perform various forms of  exercise  techniques ,relaxation techniques, Aquatic therapy ,massage and yoga techniques.
CO4    Demonstrate the knowledge to choose suitable exercise programme  indicated for exercise therapy.
CO5    Perform techniques with  necessary precautions and privacy measures while practicing exercise therapy techniques

IV Semester        
Exercise Therapy II    
CO1    Demonstrate the ability to perform PNF techniques , Co-ordintion exercises, Individual and group exercises and  Aerobic exercise, Functional re education techniques and techniques of suspension therapy for mobilizing upper limb and lower limb.
CO2    Demonstrate the ability to perform  Basic manual mobilization techniques with clinical reasoning.
CO3    Demonstrate ability to perfrom basic stretching  and strengthening techniques with proper care and clinical reasoning.
CO4    Assess and evaluate balance posture  and gait  and demonstrate ambulation with different types walking aids.
        
Community Medicine    
CO1    Demonstrate ability to understand the concepts of  health and disease
CO2    Explain the methods of health administration, health education and disease preventive measures.
CO3    Understand the epidemiological principles and methods
CO4    Discuss various health programmes in India and explain the types, advantages and disadvantages of family planning
CO5    Discuss the nutritional problems and the community nutrition program
CO6    Discuss the social and preventive measures to reduce the maternal and infant mortality in India
CO7    Describe the geriatric health problems and measures to address the problems
CO8    Discus the hospital waste management
CO9    Discuss the steps in disaster management
CO10    Discuss the occupational diseases and its preventive measures
CO11    Discuss the characteristics of mentally healthy person, types of mental illness and aetiology of mental illness and the initiatives under district mental health programs for prevention and control of mental health problems        
CO12    Demonstrate the ability to select appropriate health education methods and models in planning health education as per the need.
        
Electrotherapy- I     
CO1    Explain the physical principles of electricity and magnetism, components of an electric circuit, supply of mains current and the safety precautions and first-aid associated with dangers of electric currents.
CO2    Explain the physical principles of ultrasound, heat, cold, electromagnetic radiations, electricity and their relevance to physiotherapy practice.
CO3    Explain the nerve and muscle physiology, physiology and pathway of pain, and theories of pain modulation
CO4    Explain the construction and working of neuromuscular electrical stimulators and EMG.
CO5    Describe the current parameters, physiological effects, indications, contraindications, technique of treatment, dangers and safety precautions of the various currents used in electrotherapy and electrodiagnosis.
        
Pharmacology     
CO1    Understand the general principles of drug action and the handling of drugs by the body.
CO2    Describe Pharmacological effects of commonly used drugs by patients referred for Physiotherapy; list their adverse reactions, precautions to be taken & contraindications, formulation & route of administration.
CO3    Identify whether the pharmacological effect of the drug interferes with the Therapeutic response of Physiotherapy & vice-versa
        
V Semester        
Clinical Orthopaedics & Traumatology     
CO1    Understand orthopaedic conditions causing disability, list the etiology, clinical features and methods of investigations and management.
CO2    Discuss the Patho-physiology, clinical manifestations & conservative/Surgical management of various traumatic & cold cases of the Musculo-skeletal Conditions
CO3    Gain the skill of clinical examination & interpretation of the preoperative cold cases & all the post- operative cases
CO4    Apply the knowledge and skill gained in this course to understand the course on Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics and Sports in Semester VI.
        
General Surgery Including Burns, Plastic Surgery     
CO1    Describe pre operative evaluation of various surgical indications in abdominal thoracic, Neuro Surgical & Peripheral vascular conditions.Understand the common surgical conditions in ENT & Ophthalmology.
CO2    Describe the surgical steps & approaches in brief & should be able to describe components of soft tissues cut to reach target tissue & the complications.
CO3    Assess post-operative complications & its implications in the treatment. Describe effects of surgical trauma & Anaesthesia in post-operative course.
CO4    Classify burns, and briefly explain the evaluation & describe surgical management in wounds, ulcers and burns
        
Obstetrics And Gynaecology    
CO1    Describe the normal and abnormal physiological events during the puberty, labour, puerperium, post – natal stage and menopause.
CO2    Discuss the various complications during pregnancy, labour, puerperium and post – natal stage, pre and post-menopausal stage and various aspects of urogenital dysfunction and their management in brief.
CO3    Describe clinical examination of pelvic floor
CO4    Describe clinical examination of pregnant woman.
        
General Medicine Including Paediatrics And Psychiatry    
CO1    Describe Etiology, Pathophysiology, Signs &Symptoms &Management of the various Endocrinal, Metabolic, and Geriatric &Nutrition Deficiency conditions.
CO2    Describe Etiology, Pathophysiology, Signs & Symptoms, Clinical Evaluation & Management of the various Rheumatological, Cardiovascular and Respiratory Conditions.
CO3    Interpret Chest X-ray, Blood gas analysis, P.F.T. findings, and Blood investigations done for various medical and Rheumatological conditions
CO4    Describe the principles of Management at the Medical Intensive Care Unit.
CO5    Describe Etiology, Pathophysiology, Signs &Symptoms &Management of the various Paediatric conditions
CO6    Acquire skill of clinical examination of a neonate /child with respect to neurological, Musculoskeletal, Respiratory & Cardiovascular conditions
       
Electrotherapy II (MF,HF, and Equipment care)     
CO1    Explain the physical basis, principles and physiological effects of Short wave diathermy, laser, IFT, Ultrasound and other electrotherapy modalities commonly applied in physiotherapy clinical practice
CO2    Analyse the process associated with electrotherapy modalities
CO3    Perform and manage electrotherapy treatments for relevant conditions
CO4    Comprehend the indications and contraindications of electrotherapy treatment and formulate the appropraite treatment protocol with appropraite assessment
CO5    To understand the safety measures and dangers

VI Semester        
Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics & Sports    
CO1    To Follow the SOAP format for orthopaedic physiotherapy assessment, determine the physical and functional diagnosis of the patient, prepare the problem list, plan the goals & management for the most common diseases of the  musculoskeletal system
CO2    To Know the standard treatment protocols to treat fractures, soft tissue injuries and post operative conditions.
CO3    Know the definitions, clinical features, mechanism of injury, pathologies and investigations and orthopaedic problems associated with common musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions.
CO4    Understand the selection of appropriate treatment techniques including Electrotherapy, Exercise therapy, and manual mobilization techniques for the improvement of pain. Joint mobility, strengthening of muscles, stretching and other related musculoskeletal problems
        
Physiotherapy In General Medicine And General Surgery    
CO1    Explain techniques of evaluation, assessment and physical and functional diagnosis in pre and post-natal women, children, geriatric population, dentistry, abdominal surgeries, burns, ulcers, oncology, dermatology and ENT.
CO2    Explain techniques of treatment and rehabilitation in pre and post-natal women, children, geriatric population, dentistry, abdominal surgeries, burns, ulcers, oncology,
CO3    Explain the role of Yoga in the management of general medical and surgical conditions.
        
Clinical Neurology & Neurosurgery    
CO1    Acquire the basic knowledge of neurology and neuro-surgery
CO2    Describe Etiology, Pathophysiology, Signs &Symptoms &Management of the various Neurological conditions
CO3    Acquire skill of clinical examination of Neurological System.
CO4    Gain knowledge on common neurosurgical procedures and its indications
CO5    Apply the basic knowledge while learning Neuro physiotherapy course in 7th semester
        
Sociology
CO1    Describe social institutions in relation to the individual, family and community
CO2    Describe social institutions in relation to the individual, family and community
CO3    Explain the social factors affecting the family in rural and urban communities in India
CO4    Apply the knowledge for patient assessment, communication with patient and family members, designing home program involving family members and to understand the background of the patient.
            
VII Semester        
Health Promotion, Fitness And Wellness    
CO1    Explain the concepts and domains of health, wellness and physical fitness, principles of holistic health care and types of prevention practice
CO2    Describe the strategies of improving individual and community health and the methods of measuring stress, mental fitness, physical activity and physical fitness
CO3    Describe a comprehensive program for improving physical fitness
CO4    Describe health and wellness risks, preventive strategies and exercise prescription in children, adolescence, adults, older adults and pregnant women
CO5    Describe preventive strategies in musculoskeletal, cardiorespiratory, neuromuscular, and integumentary conditions and developmental disabilities
CO6    Explain the concept of health protection and health protection tools, resources to optimize health and wellness and strategies of marketing health and wellness

Biostatistics     
CO1    Understand the basic principles and the application of Biostatistics in research.
CO2    Understand and give examples of different types of data arising in public health and clinical studies
CO3    Understand and select appropriate statistical methods.
CO4    Understand the format of scientific documents and interpret results
        
Research Methodology    
CO1     Understand research methodology, including theory of science and qualitative and quantitative methods.
CO2    The Gain skills for critical reading of research literature and for developing a research proposal for a master’s thesis project.
CO3    Become competent in planning, conducting, evaluating and presenting a research project.
        
Clinical Cardiovascular And Pulmonary Conditions    
CO1    Explain the anatomy and physiology of cardiovascular and respiratory system
CO2    Explain the physical examinations techniques and investigations used in cardiovascular and respiratory systems diseases and disorders
CO3    Describe the defenition, etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features, complications, diagnosis and medical and surgical management of cardiovascular and respiratory systems' diseases and disorders        

Physiotherapy In Neurology & Psychosomatic Disorder
CO1    Detect abnormalities in neurodevelopment.
CO2    Assess, Identify &Analyse neuro-motor & Psychosomatic dysfunction in adult &paediatric, & co-relate the finding with provisional diagnosis, interpretation of routine neurological investigations & arrive at functional diagnosis with clinical reasoning
CO3    Understand the principles & acquire Neuro therapeutics skills
CO4    Plan, prescribe & execute short term & long term goals with appropriate therapeutic interventions & be able to modify treatment techniques according to stage of disease.
        
VIII Semester        
Clinical Reasoning And Evidence Based Physiotherapy Practice    
CO1    Understand clinical reasoning and practice in patient care
CO2    Understand the importance of evidence based practice
CO3    Understand the levels of evidence
CO4    Understand the source of evidences
CO5    Understand and communicate evidence in clinical and research practice.
        
Physiotherapy In Cardiovascular Pulmonary And Intensive Care    
CO1    Identify, discuss & analyze cardio-vascular & pulmonary dysfunction, based on Patho-physiological principles, & arrive at the appropriate functional diagnosis
CO2    Acquire knowledge of rationale of basic investigative approaches in the medical system, & surgical intervention regimes related to cardio-vascular & pulmonary impairment
CO3    Acquire the skill of evaluation & interpretation of functional capacity, using simple exercise tolerance tests, such as 6 minutes walk test, symptom limited test.
CO4    Be able 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
CO5    Be able to execute the effective Physio Therapeutic measures [with appropriate clinical reasoning] with special emphasis to Breathing retraining, nebulisation, humidification, bronchial hygiene, General mobilization, & Exercise conditioning
CO6    Acquire knowledge of the overview of patients` care at the Intensive care area, artificial ventilation suctioning, positioning for bronchial hygiene, & continuous monitoring of the patient at the Intensive care area
CO7    Acquire knowledge about the Drugs used in cardiorespiratory conditions,its uses,adverse effects and mechanism of action
CO8    Acquire the skill of basic Cardio – pulmonary resuscitation. ,and in managing the common conditions like diabetes, hypertension, renal disease and obesity
CO9    Be able to execute the effective Physio therapeutic measures with appropriate clinical reasoning to improve general surgical & medical condition.
CO10    Be able to execute the effective Physio Therapeutic measures in adult & paediatric condition with appropriate clinical reasoning.
            
Community Physiotherapy    
CO1    Understand and assist in the planning and implementation of community based rehabilitation programs with physiotherapeutic approach.
CO2    Acquire the knowledge of the health information systems and the health care delivery system including rehabilitation of the disabled in the country.
CO3    Enunciate the principles and components of primary health care and the national health policies to achieve the goal of 'Health for All' through appropriate agencies.
CO4    Identify the hazards related to the environment and occupation and describe the importance of ergonomics.
CO5    Be aware of legislations on disability and developmental schemes and concessions to persons with disabilities.    
        
Administration And Teaching Skills    
CO1    Understand the concept of administration and be a part of effective administrator in the health care program.
CO2    Gain knowledge about the concept of the budget, financial planning  and income generation
CO3    Understand the teaching learning and evaluation methods including curriculum development, and administration in clinical setting.

        

Course Outcomes

 

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

2015

Anatomy

15.00

25.00

46.67

13.33

BPT I Yr

Physiology

6.67

30.00

43.33

20.00

 

Biochemistry

8.33

28.33

33.33

30.00

 

Biomechanics

3.33

25.00

41.67

30.00

BPT II Yr

Psychology & Sociology

3.33

5.00

51.67

40.00

 

Pathology & Microbiology

6.12

26.53

42.86

24.49

 

Pharmacology

10.20

8.16

48.98

32.65

 

Exercise Therapy

14.29

32.65

44.90

8.16

BPT III Yr

Electro Therapy

0.00

18.37

51.02

30.61

 

General Medicine

2.63

21.05

55.26

21.05

 

General Surgery

2.63

13.16

68.42

15.79

 

Orthopaedics & Traumatology

5.26

34.21

52.63

7.89

 

Neurology & Neuro Surgery

0.00

31.58

63.16

5.26

BPT IV Yr

Community Medicine

0.00

7.89

84.21

7.89

 

Cardio Respiratory & Gen. Physiotherapy

2.78

11.11

86.11

0.00

 

Orthopaedics & Sports Physiotherapy

2.78

47.22

50.00

0.00

 

Neuro Physiotherapy

5.56

41.67

52.78

0.00

 

Community Based Rehabilitation

2.78

30.56

66.67

0.00

 

Research Methodology & Biostatistics

5.56

36.11

58.33

0.00

 

 

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

2016

Human Anatomy - 1

18.33

40.00

31.67

10.00

BPT 1 SEM

Human Physiology - 1

6.67

20.00

46.67

26.67

 

General and Clinical Psychology

1.67

1.67

20.00

76.67

BPT II SEM

Human Anatomy - II (Including Applied Anatomy)

23.33

20.00

33.33

23.33

 

Human Physiology - II (Including Applied Physiology)

3.33

16.67

48.33

31.67

 

Basic Principles of Biomechanics

3.33

11.67

48.33

36.67

 

Biochemistry

1.67

15.00

33.33

50.00

BPT III SEM

Pathology & Microbiology

2.50

20.00

42.50

35.00

 

Biomechanics and Kinesiology

7.50

22.50

60.00

10.00

 

Exercise Therapy - I (Foundation concepts and therapeutic massage)

2.50

32.50

62.50

2.50

BPT IV SEM

Exercise Therapy II

10.26

38.46

46.15

5.13

 

Community Medicine

0.00

15.38

51.28

33.33

 

Electrotherapy I (Bio Physics, LF & Equipment care)

5.13

35.90

46.15

12.82

 

Pharmacology

10.26

12.82

38.46

38.46

BPT V SEM

Clinical Orthopedics & Traumatology

0.00

6.06

42.42

51.52

 

General Surgery including burns and plastic surgery & Obstetrics and Gynecology

3.03

27.27

51.52

18.18

 

General Medicine, Paediatrics & Psychiatry

0.00

21.21

69.70

9.09

 

Electro Therapy II (MF,HF & Equipment care)

3.03

27.27

60.61

9.09

BPT VI SEM

Physiotherapy in Orthopedics & Sports

6.25

31.25

62.50

0.00

 

Physiotherapy in General Medicine and General Surgery

0.00

15.63

78.13

6.25

 

Clinical Neurology & Neurosurgery

12.50

53.13

34.38

0.00

 

Sociology

53.13

21.88

25.00

0.00

BPT VII SEM

Physiotherapy in Neurology & Psychosomatic Disorder

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

 

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

 

Health Promotion,Fitness and Wellness

3.13

53.13

40.63

3.13

 

Clinical Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Conditions

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

 

 

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

2017

Human Anatomy - 1

41.67

38.33

16.67

3.33

BPT I SEM

Human Physiology - 1

11.67

36.67

48.33

3.33

 

General and Clinical Psychology

5.00

30.00

45.00

20.00

BPT II SEM

Human Anatomy - II (Including Applied Anatomy)

17.24

31.03

36.21

15.52

 

Human Physiology - II (Including Applied Physiology)

25.86

31.03

29.31

13.79

 

Basic Principles of Biomechanics

0.00

17.24

51.72

31.03

 

Biochemistry

0.00

20.69

32.76

46.55

BPT III SEM

Pathology & Microbiology

0.00

17.78

68.89

13.33

 

Biomechanics and Kinesiology

6.67

40.00

46.67

6.67

 

Exercise Therapy - I (Foundation concepts and therapeutic massage)

2.22

28.89

62.22

6.67

BPT IV SEM

Exercise Therapy II

0.00

26.53

67.35

6.12

 

Community Medicine

0.00

0.00

53.06

46.94

 

Electrotherapy I (Bio Physics, LF & Equipment care)

0.00

20.41

61.22

18.37

 

Pharmacology

6.12

30.61

30.61

32.65

BPT V SEM

Clinical Orthopedics & Traumatology

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

 

General Surgery including burns and plastic surgery & Obstetrics and Gynecology

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

 

General Medicine, Paediatrics & Psychiatry

0.00

18.18

59.09

22.73

 

Electro Therapy II (MF, HF & Equipment care)

6.82

43.18

38.64

11.36

 

 

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

2018

Human Anatomy - 1

23.33

33.33

33.33

10.00

BPT I SEM

Human Physiology - 1

15.00

31.67

41.67

11.67

 

General and Clinical Psychology

6.67

15.00

53.33

25.00

BPT II SEM

Human Anatomy - II (Including Applied Anatomy)

10.17

18.64

45.76

25.42

 

Human Physiology - II (Including Applied Physiology)

11.86

42.37

37.29

8.47

 

Basic Principles of Biomechanics

6.78

27.12

47.46

18.64

 

Biochemistry

3.39

8.47

35.59

52.54

BPT III SEM

Pathology & Microbiology

0.00

0.00

1.89

98.11

 

Biomechanics and Kinesiology

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

 

Exercise Therapy - I (Foundation concepts and therapeutic massage)

0.00

5.66

75.47

18.87

 

 

Subject

Substantial 76 - 100%

Moderate

66 - 75%

Slight

51 - 65%

Nil

0 - 50%

2019

Human Anatomy - 1

13.33

30.00

38.33

18.33

BPT I SEM

Human Physiology - 1

13.33

28.33

41.67

16.67

 

General and Clinical Psychology

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00