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Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT)

Physiotherapists are trained professionals working in health care. They are trained to restore mobility, alleviate pain and suffering and work to prevent permanent disability in patients. The job of a physical therapist is preventive, restorative and rehabilitative.

Physiotherapists help patients rehabilitate from a state of incapacity due to genetic defect or the result of an accident or illness. Hence, you must have thorough knowledge of the human anatomy and the intricacies of bones, muscles and nerves.

There are two ways to enter the physiotherapy field. A diploma (DPT) or a professional course (BPT of four years).

At NIMT the students go through practical hand on training at hospitals in the region. Students who have graduated from our Institute are working in several major hospitals including Sir Gangaram Hospital, Delhi, Max Hospitals, Jaypee Hospital, Apollo Hospitals etc.


Do you know? Today there are only around 5,000 qualified physiotherapists in India? Yet, it is estimated that one physiotherapist is required for every 10,000 people, and the demand for trained professionals is only growing with time.


The course BPT broadly lays emphasis on the following key areas:

  • Human Anatomy
  • Human Physiology
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacology
  • Psychology
  • Medical and Surgical Conditions
  • Biomechanics
  • Kineseology
  • Disability prevention
  • Rehabilitation

Career Prospects

  • Physiotherapists are required in each department of a hospital, be it ICU or geriatrics and they can also choose to work independently or be part of a multidisciplinary team. You can enjoy flexible working hours as a consultant, choosing the number of hours you work everyday.
  • Some hospitals choose to pay physiotherapists according to the number of patients he or she sees. Initial remuneration of physiotherapists varies from place to place. In India, the starting salary ranges from Rs. 25,000 to Rs.30,000 per month. Generally, private hospitals provide remuneration ranging between Rs. 25,000 to Rs.55,000 per month for a fresher.
  • In a government hospital like AIIMS, you begin as a Junior Physiotherapist and earn approximately Rs. 30,000 per month.  The progression in designations is Physiotherapist followed by Senior Physiotherapist earning about Rs. 45,000 per month, followed by Superintendent earning about Rs.60,000-70,000 per month and then Chief Physiotherapist earning about Rs.80,000 per month.  Jobs in a government hospital are difficult to get so you might have to explore other options before you land up here.

Admission Process

Admission to the Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) Course at NIMT Institute of Medical and Paramedical Sciences Greater Noida is based on  10+2 Merit. Last date to apply to this course is 12 AUG 2019

Stage 1

Stage 2

Once the application is submitted, the application is reviewed by the admissions committee

Stage 3

Admission Decision is communicated to the candidate individually or in the form of merit list that is published on the website.


The NIMT Institute of Medical and Paramedical Sciences offers various facilities that help the students learn better.



Student Nationality Particulars 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year
For Indian Students Tuition Fee: 92,000 77,000 77,000 77,000

All Fee are given in INR (₹)

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