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COLLEGE OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Occupational therapy is another health profession that focuses on helping individuals with mental or physical illness/disabilities to achieve the highest level of functioning and wellness possible in their daily lives. In other words occupational therapy is skilled treatment that helps individuals with disabilities, achieve independence in all facets of their lives. This includes performance of all daily normal activities in work, play, leisure etc.
Occupational therapists (OT's) work with people who have physical, mental, developmental and emotional disorders. They help patients identify imbalances they may have in their lives and design activities to deal with them. This type of therapy is patient specific, involving recreational, creative or educational activities. The patient's specific interests, his background, his previous experiences also form an integral part of treatment.
OT's area of work includes giving customized treatment programs for specific disabilities, evaluating home and work environments and giving recommendations for necessary adaptation, recommending adaptive equipment for permanent/temporary loss of function, such as wheel chairs, splints, aids for eating and dressing needed for the patient and training them in its use, assessing and recording the patients progress periodically and also giving guidance to family members and care givers how to care for the patient.
Occupational therapists use various methods in the treatment of their patients to assist them in maximizing their potential in the categories of occupational performance areas and occupational performance components. The term occupational performance area refers to all activities of daily living, such as grooming, dressing, food preparation and eating, communication, and mobility; work activities, including home management, care of others, educational activities, and vocational activities; and play or leisure activities. The term occupational performance component refers to the functional abilities required to perform the tasks of daily living. These abilities include sensory motor, cognitive, and psychological components.

A wide variety of people can benefit from occupational therapy, including those with: 
a) work-related injuries including lower back problems or repetitive stress injuries
b) Limitations following a stroke or heart attack
c) Arthritis, multiple sclerosis, or other serious chronic conditions
d) Birth injuries, learning problems, or developmental disabilities
e) Mental health or behavioural problems including Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress
f) Problems with substance use or eating disorders
g) Burns, spinal cord injuries, or amputations
h) Broken bones or other injuries from falls, sports injuries, or accidents
i) vision or cognitive problems that threaten their ability to drive

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy since 1994-95 [ At Chennai ]
( BOT Degree awarded by The Tamilnadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University, Chennai )

Bachelor of Occupational Therapy since 1996-97 [ At Ghaziabad ]
( BOT Degree awarded by the Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut)


Duration: 4 years study period with 6 months internship ˝ years
Eligibility: A pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology at 10+2 with 45% marks taken together from a recognized board. (40% marks for reserved category SC/ST & OBC).

Post Graduate [ At Ghaziabad only ]
Master of Occupational Theropy - 2 years from 2008-09 ( MOT Degree awarded by the Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut)
Eligibility: - Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from a recognised University
Specialty:
1) Orthopaedics
2) Neurology
3) Peadiatrics

SANTOSH COLLEGE OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY, GHAZIABAD.
Duration: 3 years study period with 6 months internship
Eligibility: A pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Maths at 10+2 with 45% marks taken together from a recognized board. (40% marks for reserved category SC/ST & OBC).
SANTOSH COLLEGE OF MEDICAL RADIOLOGY & IMAGING TECHNOLOGY, GHAZIABAD – 1996-97.
Bachelor of Medical Radiology & Imagine Technology Since 1996-97 - 60
The department offers a unique professional degree / diploma covering various aspects of radio diagnostic technology and medical imaging.
Graduates can effectively manage radiological diagnostic service facilities and assist radiological procedures involving Ultrasonography, CT scan and MRI.
Bachelor of Medical Radiology and Imaging Technology since 1996-97 - [ At Ghaziabad ] ( BMRDIT Degree awarded by the Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut)
Duration:3 years study period with 6 months internship
Eligibility:A pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Maths at 10+2 with 45% marks taken together from a recognized board. (40% marks for reserved category SC/ST & OBC).
Diploma in X-Ray [D.X-Ray] 1993-94 (At Chennai)
X-Ray Diploma awarded by Director of Medical Education, Chennai


Diploma in X-Ray [D.X-Ray] 1996-97 (At Ghaziabad)
(X-Ray Diploma awarded by U.P. State Medical Faculty, Lucknow )


Duration: 2 years.
Eligibility: A pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Maths at 10+2 with from a recognized board.
SANTOSH COLLEGE OF CENTRAL STERILISATION, GHAZIABAD – 1996-97.
In Central Sterilisation Services: 2 years - 10 + 2 pass in PCB/PCM subjects

SANTOSH PARADENTAL COLLEGE, GHAZIABAD – 1996-97.
[U.P. Medical Faculty, Lucknow and Dental Council of India approved/Recognised Courses ]

DIPLOMA IN DENTAL HYGIENIST: DHC:
[ Diploma Certificate awarded by the UP Medical Faculty ]
Duration:2 years
Eligibility : Pass in 10 + 2 with PCB as subjects.

DIPLOMA IN DENTAL MECHANIC: - DHC:
[ Diploma Certificate awarded by the UP Medical Faculty ]
Duration:2 years
Eligibility : Pass in 10 + 2 with PCB as subjects.
SANTOSH COLLEGE OF OPTOMETRY, GHAZIABAD – 1996-97.
In Optometry: 2 years - 10 + 2 pass in PCB/PCM subjects
About the Profession
“Optometry” is an upcoming fraternity in health care profession with opportunities galore. This profession gives rewarding and challenging career options. An Optometrist is an eye care practitioner who provides primary vision care. Optometrists will:
• Examine his patient’s eyes to diagnose vision problems and eye diseases
• Prescribe contact lenses
• Prescribe and fit spectacles
• Provide vision therapy and low-vision rehabilitation
• Counselling of patients with partial sight, colour blindness and hereditary vision defects

SANTOSH COLLEGE OF MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY
Bachelor of Medical Lab Technology since 1996-97[At Ghaziabad]
(BMLT Degree awarded by the Ch. Charan Singh University, Meerut)


Duration: 3 years study period with 6 months internship
Eligibility: A pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Maths at 10+2 with 45% marks taken together from a recognized board. (40% marks for reserved category SC/ST & OBC).
Lab Technologists are primarily concerned with a patient's treatment by performing laboratory procedures in Blood Banking, Haematology, Clinical Chemistry, and Microbiology and Clinical pathology. Manual dexterity, good eyesight and self discipline are must for this occupation. The varied testing procedures require a skilled and conscientious person.

Diploma in Medical Lab Technology [DMLT] 1993-94 (At Chennai)
(MLT Diploma awarded by Director of Medical Education, Chennai )

Diploma in Medical Lab Technology [DMLT] 1996-97 (At Ghaziabad)
(MLT Diploma awarded by U.P. State Medical Faculty, Lucknow )

Eligibility: A pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Maths at 10+2 with from a recognized board.
Duration:2 years.
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