SIKKIM MANIPAL COLLEGE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY
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We strive for excellent leadership qualities in prospective physiotherapy professionals and strengthen the knowledge that promotes higher studies and research
Principal In charge & Head – Department of Physiotherapy, CRH
International Webinar On PHYSIOTHERAPY: CAREER PROSPECTS An insight into the latest trends and area of expertise
WEBINAR ON EARLY DETECTION, EVALUATION & THERAPEUTICS IN CEREBRAL PALSY THROUGH MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
We are organizing World Walking Day on the 4th of October 2020 in alignment with The Association for International Sports for All ( TAFISA ) in association with the Fit India Movement and International Health and Fitness Association. Join the Global Movement and Inspire Your Community As due to COVID 19 mass event is not possible but that shouldn’t be stopping us from celebrating Global Sport for all movement for TAFISA World Walking Day.
The two day National Seminar on Recent Advancements on treatment of Cerebral Palsy, organized jointly by Sri Vivekananda National Institute of Rehabilitation Training And Research , Odisha, Composite Regional Centre , Guwahati and Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy, Gangtok in technical collaboration with Indian Academy of Cerebral Palsy.
On the date of 23rd February 2019, a poster competition was held under the guidance of Dr. Priyanka Singh, Associate Prof. SMCPT for “Gender sensitization program”. The topic of the poster competition was “The role of men and women in family”. There were a total of nine participants. Each member had to complete their work under the time duration of one hour.
On the date of 27TH October 2018, a painting competition was held under the guidance of Dr. Priyanka Singh, Associate Prof. SMCPT for “Gender sensitization program”. The topic of the painting competition was “gender equality in science”. There were a total of ten participants. Each member had to complete their work under the time duration of one hour
On the date of 6th October 2018, a debate competition was held under the guidance of Dr. Priyanka Singh, Associate Prof. SMCPT for “Gender sensitization program”. The topic of the debate was “lesser economic and social conditions of women leads to human trafficking”. There were two teams group “A” and group “B” constituting of six participants. Each member had to either speak for or against the given topic under the time duration.
SMCPT was my primary choice when I decided I wanted to be a Physiotherapist. Throughout my four years here, the college has been a catalyst for my growth as an individual.
As a student in Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy, I gained both the skills and confidence to thoughtfully use a variety of quantitative and evidence-based approaches.
It was a great experience with many lessons learned out and beyond. Hope for more student independency. SMCPT does have a great impact on my life.
When I first joined SMCPT, it was the first time I was away from my home and I wondered how I would cope with the change, but now, after seven years here, it feels like a second home to me.
Coming from an experienced background in the field of Physiotherapy in Nepal, SMCPT upholds its reputation providing education, clinical exposure and support at par with well-known Universities.
2014, the year when I first joined SMCPT, far away from home and different country too. After 7 years of experience. I can tell that this is one of the best places I have ever studied in.
I genuinely appreciate and acknowledge the best efforts put on in the managing department to the academics where the most efficient lecturers are the pillars of the college
My 4 years spent at Sikkim Manipal College of Physiotherapy is a memory to cherish for a lifetime. The faculties encourage us at every step and contribute vastly to the development of proper knowledge
My experience at Sikkim Manipal college of physiotherapy, SMIMS Gangtok, has been wonderful till now. It has been 3 years since I have joined this college and I have learned a lot.