BASLP

About BASLP

BASLP stands for Bachelor of Science in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology is an undergraduate course of 4 years. The BASLP course trains students to become audiologists and speech-language pathologists. They learn methods to treat, identify, and prevent hearing disorders in people. The students are also taught about hearing aids and technology.
The BASLP course consists of both theory and practical teachings with Audiology, and Speech-language pathology as primary subjects. In the final year, the students undergo internship and training for the rehabilitation of people who are suffering from speaking.
The eligibility criteria for BASLP is that the student should have completed 10+2/Intermediate with a minimum 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Students who belong to SC/ST/OBC require a minimum of 45% in the 12th standard.
This course is approved by Rehabilitation Council of India New Delhi and affiliated to Osmania University Hyderabad.

Why Study BASLP Course

The following are some of the pressing reason why BASLP courses is an excellent career choice in the future

Who Should Study B.ASLP

B.ASLP Admission Process

Admission to the BASLP course is done mainly through entrance examinations. However BASLP course on the basis of merit list created from the marks obtained in the qualifying examination (12th or equivalent).

Helen Keller’s Institute of Research & Rehabilitation for the disabled children”, is running Special School for the Hearing Impaired, Intermediate and Degree college for the hearing impaired, Manpower development program, which includes teacher training for those who aspire to become teachers of the deaf, Diploma program in Special Education, Degree and Master Degree program in the speech and hearing,under one roof.

 

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller

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According to WHO (World Health Organization) 11% of the total population is disabled, of which approximately 3.6% people are suffering from speech and hearing problems.

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