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 NAME OF COURSE : Diploma in Neurotherapy
 DURATION :  1 Year
 FEES : First-Year - Rs.20000 
 EXAMINATION FEE Rs. 1500 per Semester/Year
 HOSTEL FEE Rs. 40000 Non AC Facility/Year
 HOSTEL FEE Rs. 60000 for AC Facility/Year
 Re-EXAMINATION FEE Rs. 250 per Paper/Subject


• Body as a whole (Various parts of the body)
• Introduction to cells and tissue-cells
• Definitions and main functions of : cytoplasm, nucleus, chromosomes, DNA,RNA, trophoblast cells, cytoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, Lysosomes, centrosome, mitochondria, cell membrane, non living cell inclusions.
• Composition of protoplasm and its characteristics. Cytoplasmic inclusions. Composition of extra-cellular and intracellular fluid.
• Types of tissues – cartilages, bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles, neurons and supporting cells, skin, mucous membrane, covering membranes, adipose tissue, ectodermal, mesodermal and endodermal tissues.
*Included for Examination Blood–composition and functions; types of blood cells, their formation, functions and fate. Blood clotting mechanism (coagulation), blood groups, anemias, bleeding disorders, leukemias. Investigation of blood disorders.
• Anatomy and physiology of organs and systems.
• Relevant investigations for common diseases e.g., examination of blood, urine and stools.
Locomotor System (Bones And Muscles)
• Bones – organic and inorganic part of :
• Bone cells (osteoblast, osteocyte, osteoclast);
• Types of bones (long, short, irregular, seasamoid bones). Bone fractures;
• Introduction to movements of joints; diseases due to Skeletal / joint disorders;
• Muscles – types of muscles, properties of muscles, important muscles like heart, diaphragm etc.
Digestive System
• Alimentary canal from mouth to anus; mucous membrane throughout the canal. oral cavity, salivary glands and secretion of saliva, mastication, act of swallowing. Stomach – secretions and their regulations.
• Small intestine – duodenum, jejunum, and ileum.
• Secretion of hormones and enzymes.
• Large intestine, its parts and functions
• Accessory organs for digestion – liver, gall bladder and pancreas
• Acidity, ulcers, indigestion, colitis, constipation, diarrhoea etc.
Circulatory System (Cardio Vascular System)
• Heart, arteries, veins, capillaries, pulse, blood pressure.
• Functioning of heart, problems of high and low blood pressure
Respiratory System
• Lungs, regulation of respiration, asthma, pleurisy and other lung disorders
Urinary System
• Investigating techniques
Reproductive System
• Ovaries in females, testes in males, prostate gland, uterus and their functions
• Role of C.N.S. (Hypothalamus) in hormonal control
• Fertilization and infertility, abortions, pregnancy, labour, neonatal problems and care of the newborn
Genetic Disorders
• Down’s syndrome, gene mutations, diabetes, muscular dystrophy, leucoderma
Endocrine Glands
• Pineal, pituitary, thyroids, parathyroids, pancreas, adrenals and gonads;
• Role of Hypothalamus in control of certain endocrine glands; Formation, function, fate and regulation of secretion of each hormone; Effects of increased and decreased secretion of each hormone and their diagnostic features
Lymphatic System And Immunity
• Spleen, Lymph Nodes, Tonsils, Thymus; Interstitial Fluid, Lymphatics, Return Of Lymph; Leucocytes, Macrophages, Phagocytosis, Innate Immunity, Acquired Immunity, Allergies, Auto Immunity.
Nervous System
• Central, peripheral, autonomic (sympathetic, parasympathetic).
Organs Of Special Senses
• Eye, ear, nose, skin, hair, sweat glands, taste.
• Case history of patients
• Do’s and don’ts of NT to be followed by patients
• Do’s and don’ts of NT to be considered by Neurotherapists.
• Biochemistry (not included in the Examination except what is given in the Neurotherapy - Ved & Manual)
• Important elements – Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Iodine, Iron, Copper, Cobalt, Manganese, Sodium,
• Potassium, Magnesium, Chlorine, Bromine, Aluminium, Calcium, Fluorine, Phosphorus and their functions.
• Carbohydrate metabolism – Monosaccharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides, Glucose, Glycogen
• Lipids – Triglycerides, cholesterol, V.L.D.L. (very low density lipoproteins) H.D.L, Phospholipids, fatty acids, bile acids, steroids, Prostaglandins
• Proteins – Amino acids – essential and nonessential; structure of DNA, RNA, enzymes, coenzymes.
• Diet – yogachar, yogahar, yogavichar
• Vitamins – Deficiency, symptoms and diet required.
• Chemicals - alkali, acid, enzymes, hormones
• Regulation of Acid base balance. Diseases of increased & decreased acidity and alkalinity
• Legal and Moral ethics. Legal implications and precautions to be taken before, during and after treating a patient.
• Management and maintenance of human relations.
• Service to mankind and society.

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