Courses


Ayurvedic Panchakarma & Massage Therapy

Duration - 6 Weeks

This is a very informative course with a well balanced proportion of theory and practicals, useful for both beginners and those with good understanding of Ayurvedic methods. Theory session includes in-depth explanations on various concepts in Ayurveda, Panchakarma, Massages, Treatment Procedures, Marma Points, Pulse Diagnosis Etc, Practical Session includes Kerala speciality massages and other Ayurvedic massage techniques like Face Massage, Head Massage, Shirodhara, Abhyanga, , Massage with Herbal Bags, etc. Please see the course details below:

Theory Session

  1. Introduction To Ayurveda
  2. Definition Of Ayurveda
  3. Unique Features Of Ayurveda
  4. Aims Of Ayurveda
  5. The Concept Of Health
  6. History Of Ayurveda
  7. Branches Of Ayurveda
  8. The Pancha Maha Bhuta Concept
  9. Tridosha Concept (Vital Energies)
  10. Concept Of Saptha Dhatus (Body Tissues)
  11. Concept Of Malas (Waste Products)
  12. Concept Of Agni (Digestive Fire)
  13. Concepts Of Koshtas (Alimentary Tract)
  14. Concept Of Deha Prakruti (Body Type)
  15. Poorva Karma (Prepefatory Process Of Panchakarma)
  16. Sneha Karma
  17. Abhyanga (External Oleation Therapy)
  18. Shiro Abhyanga (Oleation Of Head)
  19. Mukha Abhyanga (Oleation Of Face)
  20. Sweda Karma (Sudation Therapy)
  21. Tapa Sweda (Fomrntation)
  22. Upanaha Swedda (Sudation Using Warm Poultice)
  23. Ushma Sweda (Sudation Using Herbal Steam & Bolus Bags)
  24. Drava Sweda (Sudation Using Steam)
  25. Different Sudations Withou The Use Of Fire
  26. Benefits Of Proper Sudation
  27. Regimen To Be Followed After Sudation Therapy
  28. Panchakarma Therapy
  29. Detailed Description Of Vamana (Emesis Therapy)
  30. Detailed Description Of Virechana (Purgation Therapy)
  31. Detailed Description Of Vasti (Enema Therapy)
  32. Detailed Description Of Nasya (Nasal Cleansing)
  33. Detailed Description Of Rekta Moksha (Blood Letting Therapy)
  34. Description Of Marma Points
  35. Detailed Description Of Pulse Diagnosis
  36. Properties And Use Of Various Herbal Oils

Practical Session

  1. AYURVEDIC HEAD MASSAGE
  2. AYURVEDIC FACE MASSAGE
  3. ABHYANGA
  4. KALARI MARMA MASSAGE
  5. SHIRODHARA - with OIL
  6. SHIRO DHARA with medicated MILK
  7. SHIRODHARA with BUTTER MILK
  8. ELAKIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Leaves
  9. PODI KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Powders
  10. NAVARA KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Rice
  11. UDHWARTHANA Dry Massage with Herbal Powders for Obesity
  12. KAYA SEKA - Oil Bath
  13. KADEE VASTI - Local Treatment for Back Ache
  14. GREVA VASTI - Local Treatment for Neck Pain
  15. JANU VASTI - Local Treatment for Knee Problems
  16. NASYA - Cleansing of Head through Nasal Medication
  17. PULSE DIAGNOSIS- Practice session
  18. YOGA

Our training program also covers the important internal cleansing method of Ayurveda - the Panchakarma therapy. They include the following treatments Vamana, Virechana, Vasti, Nasya and Rekta moksha.

Certificate Course on Ayurvedic Bodywork

Duration : 2 weeks

Theory Session

  1. Introduction to Ayurveda
  2. Basic Principles of Ayurveda
  3. Massage
  4. Introduction to Ayurvedic Bodywork

Practical Session

  1. ayurvedic head massage preparation, procedure and practice of head massage
  2. ayurvedic face massage preparation, procedure and practice of face massage
  3. abhyanga preparation, procedure and practice of abhyanga
  4. shirodhara - with oil preparation, procedure and practice
  5. Shiro Dhara- with medicated Milk Preparation, Procedure and Practice
  6. Podi Kizhi - Massage with Bags of Herbal Powders Preparation, Procedure and Practice
  7. Yoga

Distant Learning Program in Ayurveda and Panchakarma Therapy

Duration: Six months

This unique DISTANT LEARNING PROGRAM is designed to serve the purpose of making the student understand the lessons clearly and easily. There is no previous knowledge of Ayurveda required to join this program. Anybody interested in Ayurveda and having motivation towards Ayurveda could join this program and the course follows the same topics as that of the AYURVEDIC MASSAGE & PANCHAKARMA THERAPY course .

Advanced Feet Massage Technique (Chavittiuzhichil)

This course offers you an excellent chance to learn the Advanced Feet Massage Technique (advanced version of Chavitti Uzhichil) .This short course also throws light on various aspects of Kalari Marma Massage and Feet Massage.

Diploma in Ayurveda and Panchakarma

This is the advanced course on the modalities of Ayurveda Treatments and Panchakarma. Program is intended for those students who want to have an in-depth understanding of various treatment methods. Program follows an intense schedule of theory as well as practical sessions

Please see the course details below:

Theory Session

  1. Introduction To Ayurveda
  2. Definition Of Ayurveda
  3. Unique Features Of Ayurveda
  4. Aims Of Ayurveda
  5. The Concept Of Health
  6. History Of Ayurveda
  7. Branches Of Ayurveda
  8. The Pancha Maha Bhuta Concept
  9. Tridosha Concept (Vital Energies)
  10. Concept Of Saptha Dhatus (Body Tissues)
  11. Concept Of Malas (Waste Products)
  12. Concept Of Agni (Digestive Fire)
  13. Concepts Of Koshtas (Alimentary Tract)
  14. Concept Of Deha Prakruti (Body Type)
  15. Poorva Karma (Prepefatory Process Of Panchakarma)
  16. Sneha Karma
  17. Abhyanga (External Oleation Therapy)
  18. Shiro Abhyanga (Oleation Of Head)
  19. Mukha Abhyanga (Oleation Of Face)
  20. Sweda Karma (Sudation Therapy)
  21. Tapa Sweda (Fomrntation)
  22. Upanaha Swedda (Sudation Using Warm Poultice)
  23. Ushma Sweda (Sudation Using Herbal Steam & Bolus Bags)
  24. Drava Sweda (Sudation Using Steam)
  25. Different Sudations Withou The Use Of Fire
  26. Benefits Of Proper Sudation
  27. Regimen To Be Followed After Sudation Therapy
  28. Panchakarma Therapy
  29. Detailed Description Of Vamana (Emesis Therapy)
  30. Detailed Description Of Virechana (Purgation Therapy)
  31. Detailed Description Of Vasti (Enema Therapy)
  32. Detailed Description Of Nasya (Nasal Cleansing)
  33. Detailed Description Of Rekta Moksha (Blood Letting Therapy)
  34. Description Of Marma Points
  35. Detailed Description Of Pulse Diagnosis
  36. Properties And Use Of Various Herbal Oils

Practical Session

  1. AYURVEDIC HEAD MASSAGE
  2. AYURVEDIC FACE MASSAGE
  3. ABHYANGA
  4. KALARI MARMA MASSAGE
  5. SHIRODHARA - with OIL
  6. SHIRO DHARA with medicated MILK
  7. SHIRODHARA with BUTTER MILK
  8. ELAKIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Leaves
  9. PODI KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Powders
  10. NAVARA KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Rice
  11. UDHWARTHANA Dry Massage with Herbal Powders for Obesity
  12. KAYA SEKA - Oil Bath
  13. KADEE VASTI - Local Treatment for Back Ache
  14. GREVA VASTI - Local Treatment for Neck Pain
  15. JANU VASTI - Local Treatment for Knee Problems
  16. NASYA - Cleansing of Head through Nasal Medication
  17. PULSE DIAGNOSIS- Practice session
  18. YOGA

Our training program also covers the important internal cleansing method of Ayurveda - the Panchakarma therapy. They include the following treatments Vamana, Virechana, Vasti, Nasya and Rekta moksha.

Distant Learning Program in Ayurveda and Panchakarma Therapy - 1 Year

Duration: One Year

This unique DISTANT LEARNING PROGRAM is designed to serve the purpose of making the student understand the lessons clearly and easily. There is no previous knowledge of Ayurveda required to join this program. Anybody interested in Ayurveda and having motivation towards Ayurveda could join this program and the course follows the same topics as that of the AYURVEDIC MASSAGE & PANCHAKARMA THERAPY course .

Theory Session

  1. Introduction To Ayurveda
  2. Definition Of Ayurveda
  3. Unique Features Of Ayurveda
  4. Aims Of Ayurveda
  5. The Concept Of Health
  6. History Of Ayurveda
  7. Branches Of Ayurveda
  8. The Pancha Maha Bhuta Concept
  9. Tridosha Concept (Vital Energies)
  10. Concept Of Saptha Dhatus (Body Tissues)
  11. Concept Of Malas (Waste Products)
  12. Concept Of Agni (Digestive Fire)
  13. Concepts Of Koshtas (Alimentary Tract)
  14. Concept Of Deha Prakruti (Body Type)
  15. Poorva Karma (Prepefatory Process Of Panchakarma)
  16. Sneha Karma
  17. Abhyanga (External Oleation Therapy)
  18. Shiro Abhyanga (Oleation Of Head)
  19. Mukha Abhyanga (Oleation Of Face)
  20. Sweda Karma (Sudation Therapy)
  21. Tapa Sweda (Fomrntation)
  22. Upanaha Swedda (Sudation Using Warm Poultice)
  23. Ushma Sweda (Sudation Using Herbal Steam & Bolus Bags)
  24. Drava Sweda (Sudation Using Steam)
  25. Different Sudations Withou The Use Of Fire
  26. Benefits Of Proper Sudation
  27. Regimen To Be Followed After Sudation Therapy
  28. Panchakarma Therapy
  29. Detailed Description Of Vamana (Emesis Therapy)
  30. Detailed Description Of Virechana (Purgation Therapy)
  31. Detailed Description Of Vasti (Enema Therapy)
  32. Detailed Description Of Nasya (Nasal Cleansing)
  33. Detailed Description Of Rekta Moksha (Blood Letting Therapy)
  34. Description Of Marma Points
  35. Detailed Description Of Pulse Diagnosis
  36. Properties And Use Of Various Herbal Oils

Practical Session

  1. AYURVEDIC HEAD MASSAGE
  2. AYURVEDIC FACE MASSAGE
  3. ABHYANGA
  4. KALARI MARMA MASSAGE
  5. SHIRODHARA - with OIL
  6. SHIRO DHARA with medicated MILK
  7. SHIRODHARA with BUTTER MILK
  8. ELAKIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Leaves
  9. PODI KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Powders
  10. NAVARA KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Rice
  11. UDHWARTHANA Dry Massage with Herbal Powders for Obesity
  12. KAYA SEKA - Oil Bath
  13. KADEE VASTI - Local Treatment for Back Ache
  14. GREVA VASTI - Local Treatment for Neck Pain
  15. JANU VASTI - Local Treatment for Knee Problems
  16. NASYA - Cleansing of Head through Nasal Medication
  17. PULSE DIAGNOSIS- Practice session
  18. YOGA

Our training program also covers the important internal cleansing method of Ayurveda - the Panchakarma therapy. They include the following treatments Vamana, Virechana, Vasti, Nasya and Rekta moksha.

SPA Therapy

Duration - 6 Week

Although the proliferation of spas in recent years might lead one to think that they are a recent development of the 20th century, the earliest spas -- or "baths" -- date back several thousand years to various civilizations, including Mesopotamia, Egypt and ancient Greece. But it was during the time of the Roman Empire that baths began making the transformations that would eventually lay the groundwork for the spas we have come to know today.

There are several theories suggesting how the word "spa" came into being, including the Latin word "espa," meaning fountain, or the word "spagere," meaning bubble up, to scatter, sprinkle or moisten. Other possible origins include "Salus Per Aquam," Latin for health by water; "Solus Per Aqua," meaning to enter through water; "Salut Per Aqua," Latin for health or relaxation through water; and "Sanitas Per Aquas," for health through water.

Initially, the Romans used natural hot springs and thermal baths as a means of health and wellness, initially for the benefit of wounded soldiers. Over time, however, thermal and mineral baths evolved into elaborate structures, used for socializing and relaxation, as well as continued medical treatment.

Today, spas fill many of the same needs as they did thousands of years ago, including relaxation, wellness and stress relief by incorporating many of the same methods embraced by the ancients such as a multitude of hydrotherapy treatments, body scrubs and massage therapy, one of the most widely used spa treatments.

  1. Anatomy & physiology
  2. Swedish Massage
  3. Thai massage
  4. Aromatherapy
  5. Hot Stone Massage
  6. Reflexology
  7. Soft Tissue Massage
  8. Deep Tissue Massage
  9. Lomi Lomi
  10. Body Scrub
  11. Yoga

Spa and Massier Course

Duration - 3 Months


This is the advanced course on the modalities of Ayurveda Treatments,  Spa Therapies and Yoga. Program is intended for those students who want to have an in-depth understanding of various treatment methods. Program follows an intense schedule of theory as well as practical sessions

Spa course details below:
  1. Anatomy & physiology
  2. Swedish Massage
  3. Thai massage
  4. Aromatherapy
  5. Hot Stone Massage
  6. Reflexology
  7. Soft Tissue Massage
  8. Deep Tissue Massage
  9. Lomi Lomi
  10. Body Scrub
  11. Yoga

Ayurveda  details below:

 Theory session includes in-depth explanations on various concepts in Ayurveda, Panchakarma, Massages, Treatment Procedures, Marma Points, Pulse Diagnosis Etc, Practical Session includes Kerala speciality massages and other Ayurvedic massage techniques like Face Massage, Head Massage, Shirodhara, Abhyanga, , Massage with Herbal Bags, etc.

Theory Session

  1. Introduction To Ayurveda
  2. Definition Of Ayurveda
  3. Unique Features Of Ayurveda
  4. Aims Of Ayurveda
  5. The Concept Of Health
  6. History Of Ayurveda
  7. Branches Of Ayurveda
  8. The Pancha Maha Bhuta Concept
  9. Tridosha Concept (Vital Energies)
  10. Concept Of Saptha Dhatus (Body Tissues)
  11. Concept Of Malas (Waste Products)
  12. Concept Of Agni (Digestive Fire)
  13. Concepts Of Koshtas (Alimentary Tract)
  14. Concept Of Deha Prakruti (Body Type)
  15. Poorva Karma (Prepefatory Process Of Panchakarma)
  16. Sneha Karma
  17. Abhyanga (External Oleation Therapy)
  18. Shiro Abhyanga (Oleation Of Head)
  19. Mukha Abhyanga (Oleation Of Face)
  20. Sweda Karma (Sudation Therapy)
  21. Tapa Sweda (Fomrntation)
  22. Upanaha Swedda (Sudation Using Warm Poultice)
  23. Ushma Sweda (Sudation Using Herbal Steam & Bolus Bags)
  24. Drava Sweda (Sudation Using Steam)
  25. Different Sudations Withou The Use Of Fire
  26. Benefits Of Proper Sudation
  27. Regimen To Be Followed After Sudation Therapy
  28. Panchakarma Therapy
  29. Detailed Description Of Vamana (Emesis Therapy)
  30. Detailed Description Of Virechana (Purgation Therapy)
  31. Detailed Description Of Vasti (Enema Therapy)
  32. Detailed Description Of Nasya (Nasal Cleansing)
  33. Detailed Description Of Rekta Moksha (Blood Letting Therapy)
  34. Description Of Marma Points
  35. Detailed Description Of Pulse Diagnosis
  36. Properties And Use Of Various Herbal Oils

Practical Session

  1. AYURVEDIC HEAD MASSAGE
  2. AYURVEDIC FACE MASSAGE
  3. ABHYANGA
  4. KALARI MARMA MASSAGE
  5. SHIRODHARA - with OIL
  6. SHIRO DHARA with medicated MILK
  7. SHIRODHARA with BUTTER MILK
  8. ELAKIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Leaves
  9. PODI KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Powders
  10. NAVARA KIZHI Massage with Bags of Herbal Rice
  11. UDHWARTHANA Dry Massage with Herbal Powders for Obesity
  12. KAYA SEKA - Oil Bath
  13. KADEE VASTI - Local Treatment for Back Ache
  14. GREVA VASTI - Local Treatment for Neck Pain
  15. JANU VASTI - Local Treatment for Knee Problems
  16. NASYA - Cleansing of Head through Nasal Medication
  17. PULSE DIAGNOSIS- Practice session
  18. YOGA
Our training program also covers the important internal cleansing method of Ayurveda - the Panchakarma therapy.

Thai Massage and Beauty care therapy

Duration: 2 Weeks

Thai massage was developed by Jivaka Kumar Bhaccha about 2,500 years ago in India. Later it crept to Thailand as the Chinese people were influenced by the Indian ayurvedic techniques and principles Thai massage is Thai style massage that involves stretching and deep massage techniques. This massage uses no oil and is usually performed on the floor Thai massage is also known as Thai yoga massage. The therapist uses his hands, feet, legs and knees to massage you and to help you to get into a series of yoga postures Thai massage is different from other form of classic massages since it is more energizing, relaxing and rigorous

Thai massage techniques

Thai massage includes hundreds of techniques in the traditional medical world. Most of the techniques include yoga postures and stretches

Below are some of the techniques

  1. Gentle soothing movement
  2. Applying pressure to the energy lines of the body
  3. Yoga stretches
  4. Rhythmic rocking
  5. Motion work
  6. Joint compression and decompression

Benefits of Thai massage

Thai massage has a wide variety of benefits and is mainly used to enhance a good health and to treat many health conditions. The main benefit of the Thai massage is to clear the energy paths in the body

  1. Relief form stress
  2. Promotes relaxation
  3. Increases energy and flexibility
  4. Mind and body enhancement
  5. Removes muscle pain and spasms
  6. Calms the nervous system
  7. Improves the blood circulation
  8. Body posture is improved

Chavittiuzhichil

This course offers you an excellent chance to learn the Advanced Feet Massage Technique (advanced version of Chavitti Uzhichil) .This short course also throws light on various aspects of Kalari Marma Massage and Feet Massage..

Diploma in Yoga Teachers Training Course

Duration: 1 month

This one-month course is a profound experience that helps to establish a firm foundation of inner discipline

The curriculum includes instruction in asana (yoga postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, chanting, mantras, yoga philosophy, diet and kriyas (cleansing exercises to purify the body)

A sincere desire to learn and openness to yogic techniques is required - a basic knowledge of yoga postures and philosophy is preferred, but not essential.

Students will develop the skills to teach yoga asana as well as improve their own personal practice.


Nursery Teachers Training course

Duration: One Year

Arsha Study Centre aims to start high standard nursery teachers training centers, provide job oriented courses, and empower the public about the importance of pre primary education across the villages of Kerala.

Course Details

Those who have successfully completed these courses are eligible to work in educational institutions inside and outside Kerala. The graduates who pass this course are eligible to teach in English medium lower primary and upper primary schools. They are also eligible to start day cares, play school and kindergarten of their own.

There is no age limit to our courses. SSLC is the minimum eligibility for this course NTTC is a one year course Also we offer regular, part time and distant education courses. So employed people can join for part time classes on Saturday. Regular classes are from Monday to Friday.

The time of regular classes is from 10 am to 1 pm and 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm.

Part time classes are on every Saturdays as well as other holidays from 10 am to 4 pm. Those who cannot attend the course in regular or part time batches can learn through distance education scheme.

Cosmetology and Beauty parlour management

 Duration  6 Months/1 Year

Beauticians are also called beauty therapists. They offer services for the face and body. Some of the most common skin and beauty treatments they provide are facials, manicures, pedicures, make up, etc. Some are also trained in alternative treatments like massage and aromatherapy. They are also trained to be receptionists and can even do administrative work.

There are qualities that should be possessed by an interested applicant. Good manners are needed in all jobs especially in cosmetology. You have to be friendly and accommodating at all times. Building a good rapport with customers helps establish trust. While doing your job, your customer might want to chat so you have to say the right words at the right time. You might also be asked questions about the ongoing beauty treatment, so you have to be patient to explain everything in a simple manner. Since you are in the beauty business, you have to be updated with the latest products and techniques just in case your customer asks you what you can recommend. Always come to work as neat and clean you can. Remember that you have to be presentable always. Your job might require you to be fixed in one position and this can be tiring at times, just be prepared to do it.

Beauty school usually lasts for a year or two but you could get a job while still studying. Normally, beauty therapists take their training in colleges for a period of one to two years, and take advantage of some work placements during this time. However, you could cut it shorter by enrolling in a private institution. There is also additional training for specific brands of cosmetics.

Pre-Primary Teachers Training Course

Duration: One Year

Course Details

Those who have successfully completed these courses are eligible to work in educational institutions inside and outside Kerala. The graduates who pass this course are eligible to teach in English medium lower primary and upper primary schools. They are also eligible to start day cares, play school and kindergarten of their own.

There is no age limit to our courses. SSLC is the minimum eligibility for this course.  Also we offer regular, part time and distant education courses. So employed people can join for part time classes on Saturday. Regular classes are from Monday to Friday.

The time of regular classes is from 10 am to 1 pm and 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm.

Part time classes are on every Saturdays as well as other holidays from 10 am to 4 pm. Those who cannot attend the course in regular or part time batches can learn through distance education scheme.

OTHER COURSES

Budokan Karate,

Thaichi Kung-fu

For more details: www.budokankarateacademy.com


Kalari

Kalarippayat is one of the oldest living traditions of Martial training, Physical culture and self defence method in the World. The Kalarippayat is derived from two words in Malayalam, Kalari and Payatt. Kalari means the place, where any particular art form is taught. Payatt literally means practice or exercise. In the present context it means in the traditional style of combat. It is the Martial Art form of Kerala, the Southern most state of INDIA.

Yoga Class

Classes- Every day, Time: 5.30 am - 6.30 am, 9.00 am - 10.00 am, 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm.

Although many people think this term refers to union between body and mind or body, mind and spirit, the traditional acceptance is union between the Jivatman and Paramatman that is between one's individual consciousness and the Universal Consciousness. Therefore Yoga refers to a certain state of consciousness as well as to methods that help. The class includes instruction in asana (yoga postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, chanting, mantras, yoga philosophy, diet and kriyas (cleansing exercises to purify the body)

Diploma in First aid and Practical Nursing 2 Year

Duration:2 Years

Practical For Paper 1, Ii & Iii - Three Practical Paper 1 - Nursing, Social And Preventive Medicine
  1. Artificical Needing - Nasal Gastric Gavage, Gastrostomy And Enter Ostomy Feeding, Rectal Feeding, I.V.Infusions
  2. Blood - Blood Transfusion
  3. Irrigations And Instillations-Eye Irrigation, Ear Irrigation, Vaginal Irrigation, Rectal Irrigation, Gastric Lavage, Rectal Examination, Lumbar Puncture
  4. Theatre Technicique - Surgeons Room, Nurse Room, Instruments Room, General Instrument, Pre And Post Operative Care, General Nursing Care, Incision And Drainage, Wound Suturing, Suturing Materials, Clips.
  5. Anaesthesia - General Anaesthesia, Signs And Stages Of Anaesthesia, Classification Of General Anaesthesia, Intravenous Anaesthesia, Local Anasthesia, Spinal Anaesthesia.
  6. Pre-Operative Care, Post-Operative Care Reports And Records
Paper-Ii: Anatomy, Physiology, Abnormal Physiology
  1. Eddocrine System-Ductles Glands, Pituitary Gland, Thyroid Gland, Para Thyroid Gland, Adrenal Gland, Gonads
  2. Urinary System-Organs Of Urinary System, Function Of Urinary System
  3. Reproductive System-Organs Of Reproduction In Males And Females.Its Functions
  4. Nervous System-Brain Main Sub-Divisions And Lobs, Spinal Cord, Various Sense Organs.

Pharmacology

  1. Classification Of Drugs According To The Action-Abbrevations In Use Wounds-Surgical Dressing Drug Interactions - Mechanism Of Drug Interactions Minor Ailments And Their Treatment Intravenous Infusion, Solution Veins

Abnormal Psychology

  1. Classification Of General Population Into Normal, Abnormal And Superior
  2. General Classification Of Abnormalities-Pshychoneurosis Psychosis, Metal Deficieny, Anti Social Personalities
  3. Other Forms Of Abnormalities- A Detailed Study.
Paper Iii-Midwifery

Midwifery

  1. Structure Of Pelvis-Different Between Male And Female Pelvis
  2. Structure Of Uterus Ovulation-Fertilization-Female
  3. Reproductive Organs Female & Male
  4. The Foetal Skull-The Ovum And The Foetus-Abnormalities Of Pregnency
  5. The Mechanism Of Labour- Abnormalities Of Labour- Abnormalities Of The Pureperim-Preparation For The Child Birth:
  6. Antenatal And Post Natal Exercise.
  1. Pregnency Signs And Symptoms
  2. Different Stages Of Physiological Changes In Pregnant Women.
  3. Abnormal Pregnency. Antenatal Care, Abdominal Examination
  4. Labour-Normal Labour Management Of Three Stages Of Labour- Newborn Care, Care Of Premature Baby.
  5. Structure And Function Of Plaenta Pureperium, Postnatal Care Complications During Pureperium
  6. Baby Bath, Health Education After Delivery, Examination Of New Born
  7. Conjenitial Abnormalities Of New Born,
  8. Breast Feeding-Advantage And Disadvantages Of Breast Feeding,
  9. Weaning- Artificial Feeding Of Infants.