A. Mission

To provide education at all levels in rehabilitation sciences of modern times and in the futuristic and emerging frontier areas of knowledge, learning and research and to develop the overall personality of students by making them not only excellent professionals but also good individuals, with understanding and regard for human values, pride in their heritage and culture, a sense of right and wrong and yearning for perfection and imbibe attributes of courage of conviction and action.

B. Graduate Attributes

  • Knowledge & Intellectual rigour 

    Ability to acquire knowledge and understanding of the Rehabilitation Sciences at advanced levels that are internationally recognized and a commitment to the highest standards of professional endeavor with an ability to take a leadership role in the community.

  • Research Aptitude and Reflective Learners 

    Ability to create new knowledge and understanding through the process of research and development and ability to work independently, analytically and creatively and exercise critical judgment and critical thinking to create new modes of understanding in the disability rehabilitation process.

  • Information & Digital Literacy 

    The ability to locate, analyse, evaluate and synthesise information from a wide variety of sources in a planned and timely manner through the use of appropriate media, tools and methodologies.

  • Investigative and Problem Solving 

    An ability to apply effective, creative and innovative solutions, both independently and cooperatively, to present and future problems related to disability rehabilitation in home, community, school and work environment .

  • Effective Communicators 

    Possess a high standard of verbal, visual and written communication skills and ability to present information in a highly coherent manner across different contexts.

  • Behavioral Skills, Autonomous and collaborative 

    Highly developed team workers with excellent interpersonal skills and an appreciation for planning, sharing and working towards common goals in a team.

  • Global Environment and Natural Resources Manager 

    Awareness on ethical, social and cultural issues globally and their importance in exercising professional skills and responsibilities.

  • Ethics and professional conduct 

    Understanding and commitment to the highest ethical and professional environmental standards, sensitivity to moral issues and conflicts, and relevant professional and environmental legislation and regulations.

  • Innovation & Entrepreneurship 

    Ability to work as catalysts for change by converting opportunities into marketable realities within the domain of Disability Rehabilitation.

  • Lifelong Learning 

    Commitment towards lifelong learning and continuous professional development and demonstrate independent and self-directed learning to facilitate lifelong learning of the new and updated concepts of management of disability rehabilitation.

C. List Of Institutes