The School of Physiotherapy is a distinguished academic department within the university that is dedicated to the education and training of future physiotherapists. Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession that focuses on improving the physical well-being and mobility of individuals through evidence-based practices and therapeutic interventions.

The department is an integral part of the university’s health sciences division. It is a place where students embark on a journey to become skilled and compassionate physiotherapists who play a crucial role in the healthcare system. The program is accredited to

Physiotherapy programs within the department cover a broad spectrum of topics, including musculoskeletal, neurological, cardiopulmonary, and pediatric physiotherapy, alongside other specialized areas. This holistic approach allows students to develop expertise in diverse fields and prepare to work with a wide range of patient populations, from athletes to seniors and individuals with disabilities.

The department places great emphasis on evidence-based practice, research, and clinical experience. It ensures that students are not only equipped with the theoretical knowledge but also gain extensive hands-on experience through clinical placements in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and community health settings. The School of Physiotherapy at MJRP University consistently offers career advancement opportunities and training for its alumni. Moreover, it conducts on-campus recruitment drives and provides interview preparation platforms for its students. These initiatives aim to enhance the professional development of both current students and graduates in the field of physiotherapy.  

History Of The Department

The history of the School of Physiotherapy dates back to 2015 when the department was founded in response to the increasing demand for trained and qualified physiotherapists in the healthcare industry. The establishment of the department was a pivotal step in addressing the healthcare needs of the local community and contributing to the broader health sector.

Over the years, the School of Physiotherapy has undergone significant growth and development. It has adapted to the evolving healthcare landscape and the changing requirements of the profession. The department has consistently striven to maintain a forward-looking approach, ensuring that its programs and curriculum remain up-to-date and responsive to the latest developments in the field.

One of the hallmarks of the department’s history is its commitment to innovation and excellence. This has been reflected in various ways, such as pioneering research initiatives, fostering partnerships with healthcare institutions, and producing graduates who excel in their roles as physiotherapists. The department’s alumni have gone on to make significant contributions to the field, working in various healthcare settings and even becoming leaders in physiotherapy education and research.

Today, the School of Physiotherapy continues to build on its rich history, leveraging its expertise and tradition of excellence to advance the field of physiotherapy. It remains dedicated to preparing its students to provide high-quality care, conducting groundbreaking research, and actively participating in community health initiatives to improve the lives of individuals and communities.   


The vision of the School of Physiotherapy is to be a leader in physiotherapy education, research, and clinical practice. The department aspires to shape the future of healthcare by producing highly skilled and compassionate physiotherapists who make a significant impact on the well-being of individuals and communities.


The mission of the School of Physiotherapy includes the following key objectives:

  • To provide high-quality education and training to students, fostering their development as competent and ethical physiotherapy professionals who can contribute to the well-being of patients and society.
  •  To conduct cutting-edge research in the field of physiotherapy, advancing the evidence-based practice of physiotherapy, and developing innovative approaches to patient care.
  •  To offer clinical services that meet the healthcare needs of the local community, while also serving as a platform for experiential learning for students.
  •  To engage with the community through outreach programs, health promotion, and advocacy, promoting the importance of physical health and well-being.


The School of Physiotherapy is equipped with state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities to support both research and practical training for students. These include:

Anatomy and Kinesiology Lab: This lab is essential for students to develop a deep understanding of human anatomy, biomechanics, and the musculoskeletal system. It includes models, cadavers, and equipment for studying human movement.

Physical Rehabilitation Lab: This lab is dedicated to practical training and simulating real-world clinical settings. It is equipped with therapeutic tools and exercise equipment for students to practice and refine their clinical skills.

Research and Innovation Lab: The research lab is equipped with advanced technology for faculty and students to conduct research in various areas of physiotherapy, from the effectiveness of treatment modalities to patient outcomes.

Further, we have mandatory clinical placements, internship programs & tie-ups with various multi-specialty hospitals to give our students experiential learning and abreast with the clinical practices.  

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