Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology

Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology

Commencement of session : August

Bachelors in Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Course offered by MVM College of Allied Health Science is Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Karnataka, and recognized by Government of Karnataka

Course Duration

3 years + practical training of 1 year in our own hospitals recougnized by Government of Karnataka.


Candidates should have passed 10+2 examination with Biology as compulsory subjects along with one of the following – Mathematics / Computer Science / Physics/ Chemestry. Obtained at least 60% marks (35% in case of candidate belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.



17 years and above ( Only those whose date of birth falls on or before 31.12.2002 are eligible)

Attendance Requirement

A minimum of 80% in both theory and practical (regular) class is essential to get eligibility for sessional as well as semester exam.

Industrial Tour & Training

Every candidate shall undergo practical training in ouw own hospitals / Approved Hospital / for a period of not less than one year after completing 3rd year or 4th year. Candidate should submit two copies of the training report duly certificated by the authorities of the training center in which he/she has undergone training, duly accepted and certified by the Head of the Department. 

Internal Assessment Marks

During each academic year three sets of exams for theory paper will be conducted and an average of best two exams will be considered. For practical papers internal assessment marks will be awarded considering the student’s regularity, manipulative skill, and viva voice during regular practical classes.


Year – 1

  • Introduction to human communication
    • Human communication, processes involved in communication 
    •  Interrelation between Hearing, Speech and Language 
    • The neurological, psychological, social and acoustic bases of communication
  • Speech-language development and disorders
    • Development of speech & language
    •  Identify different speech & language disorders
    •  Basics of assessment and intervention for Child language disorders.
  • Introduction to hearing & hearing sciences
    • Basic aspects of the auditory system 
    • Physical and psychophysical basis of sound
    • Tuning fork tests
  • Management of the hearing impaired
    • Importance of early identification 
    • Different methods and approaches to train children with hearing impairment
    • Educational options for children with hearing impairment
    • Classification of hearing aids 
    • Setting up of classrooms for children with hearing impairment
  • Basic medical sciences related to speech & hearing
    • Basic anatomy and physiology related to speech and hearing
    • Basic neurological, genetic issues related to speech and hearing
    • General diseases/conditions related to speech and hearing disorders
  • Psychology-related to speech and hearing
    • Developmental Psychology
    • Psychology of learning
    • Neuro-Cognitive issues in the field of speech and hearing
  • Clinical practicum
    • Speech-Language Pathology
    • Audiology
  • Computer fundamentals
    • General features of a computer
    • Computer Organization
    • Computer hardware and software
    • Word processing and electronic spread sheet
    • Network of computers

Year 2

  • Speech-language diagnostics and therapeutics
    • Importance of client history, diagnostics and therapeutic approaches 
    • Taking client history and therapy in general 
    • Theoretical backup for clinical documentation
  • Articulation and phonological disorders
    • Development of phonology 
    • Factors related to articulation and phonological disorders
    • Assessment and therapy procedures
  • Voice and laryngectomy
    • Characteristics of voice and its disorders
    • Laryngeal abnormalities
    • Assessment and Management
  • Motor speech disorders
    • Characteristics of motor speech disorders in children and adults
    • Types of dysarthria, Apraxia (Developmental apraxia of Speech) and other conditions in children and adults
    • Assessment and Management
  • Diagnostic audiology
    • Need for test battery approach 
    • Indications for administering different audiological tests 
    • Procedures for identifying an individual with pseudohypacusis 
    • Administration and interpretation of tests for APD
  • Technology & amplification devices for persons with hearing impairment
    • Basics of electricity, electronics and digital processing 
    • Transducers 
    • Components and features of hearing aids 
    • Electroacoustic characteristics 
    • Selection of hearing aids
  • Paediatric audiology
    • Development of auditory system and behaviour 
    • Early identification procedures using subjective and objective measures 
    • Diagnostic tests for the paediatric population
  • Clinical practicum
    • Speech-language pathology
    • Audiology:
      • Diagnostic
      • Rehabilitative
      • Paediatric
  • Indian constitution
    • Indian Constitution: Its Philosophy and Framing
    • The Union & State Legislature
    • The Union & State Executive
    • The Judiciary

Year – 3

  • Fluency and its disorders
    • Characteristics and types of Fluency disorders 
    • Theories of stuttering 
    • Assessment and Management
  • Neurogenic language disorders in adults
    • Brain and language relationship 
    • Aphasic and non-aphasic conditions 
    • Assessment and management
  • Rehabilitative Audiology
    • Speechreading 
    • Auditory learning 
    • Management of individuals with additional problems 
    • Assistive listening devices
    • Implantable devices
  • Noise measurement and hearing conservation 

    • Effects of noise 
    • Measurement of noise and vibration 
    • Audiological findings in noise-induced hearing loss 
    • Legislations related to noise
  • Community-oriented professional practices in speech, language and hearing
    • Epidemiology of speech, language and hearing disorders 
    • Service delivery and CBR issues 
    • Legislative support for rehabilitation 
    • Documentation and ethical issues
  • Basic statistics & scientific enquiry in audiology & speech-language pathology
    • The basics of statistics and its relevance to the field of speech and hearing 
    • Carry out calculations of data related to basic statistical operations
    •  Interpret statistical results at the basic level and make inferences 
    •  Need for scientific enquiry 
    • Documentation of research
  • Clinical practicum
      • Hearing Aid Trial Postings
      • Noise & Rehabilitative Technology
      • Rehabilitation Audiology
  • Environmental studies
    • The multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies
    • Natural Resources
    • Eco Systems
    • Biodiversity and its conservation
    • Environmental Pollution
    • Social issues and the environment
    • Human population and the Environment
    • Field Work

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